Desalination, Vol. 19 (1976)
    Vol. 20 (1977)


    First Desalination Congress of the American Continent
    Proceedings of the congress organized by the
    International Desalination and Environmental Association and Comision para el
    Approvechamiento de Aguas Salinas,
    Mexico City, Mexico,
    October 24–29, 1976

    A.W. Veenman (The Netherlands)
    The MSF/FBE: An improved multi-stage flash distillation process
    19(1976)1-14


    D. Barba, D. Bogazzi, A. Germana, G. Tagliaferri (Italy)
    Design and operational experience with long-tube acid-dosed and cross-tube polyphosphate feed MSF plants
    19(1976)15-24

    E. Latapi Fox (Mexico)
    Experience with a vertical tube evaporator with a fiberglass shell (in Spanish)
    19(1976)25-34

    F.C. Standiford (USA)
    The falling film MSF evaporator
    19(1976)35-43

    Y. Nojiri, K. Fujii (Japan)
    Utilization of cement concrete as an evaporator shell material
    19(1976)45-54

    A. Valfells (USA)
    Deuterium enriched brine as a by-product from desalination plants
    19(1976)55-64

    A.H. Abdelmessih (Canada), I.C. Hsu (USA)
    The effect of hydraulic jump on the performance of a single-stage flash evaporator
    19(1976)65-74

    O. Pfefferkorn (USA)
    The economics of the seed slurry process for scale control
    19(1976)75-82

    Mohamed A. Darwish, S.G. Serageldin, H.T. El-Dessouky (Egypt)
    Comparison between the use of a baffle and a wire mesh in flashing units
    19(1976)83-92

    Mohamed A. Darwish, S.G. Serageldin, H.T. El-Dessouky (Egypt)
    Flashing in desalination units
    19(1976)93-101

    H. El-Hares (Libya and Egypt)
    Numerical determination of time responses of three flows heat exchanger in desalination plants
    19(1976)103-112

    R.L. Riley, R.L. Fox, C.R. Lyons, C.E. Milstead, M.W. Seroy, M. Tagami (USA)
    Spiral-wound poly(ether/amide) thin-film composite membrane systems
    19(1976)113-126

    G. Belfort, G. Alexandrowicz, B. Marx (Israel)
    Artificial particulate fouling of hyperfiltration membranes
    19(1976)127-138

    E.J. Parsi (USA)
    Large electrodialysis stack development
    19(1976)139-151

    J.W. McCutchan, V. Goel, D.B. Brice, K. Yamamoto (USA)
    Reclamation of irrigation field drainage water
    19(1976)153-160

    S. Peter, N. Hese, R. Stefan (Germany)
    Phenol-selective highly resistant RO membranes made from PVA for the purification of toxic industrial wastes
    19(1976)161-167

    J.J. Allard, J.M. Rovel, P. Treille (France)
    Importance of pretreatment in reverse osmosis plant design and its incidence on O and M costs
    19(1976)169-174

    Y.M. El-Sayed, S.K. Shakshooki, J.A. Jawad, Y. Matar (Libya)
    Desalting saline ground water for agriculture
    19(1976)175-188

    A.M. El-Nashar, A.A. Husseiny (Egypt and USA)
    Engineering aspects of a dual-purpose electrical power generating hyperfiltration desalting plant for a middletown Arabia
    19(1976)189-199

    H. Lerat (France)
    Off shore sea water reverse osmosis plants
    19(1976)201-210

    L.F. del Castillo (Mexico)
    Thermodynamic approach to reverse osmosis and the low pressure membrane
    19(1976)211-220

    R. Flores, A. Flores, L.F. del Castillo (Mexico)
    Parameters influencing the characterization of C.A. membrane and a new rejection mechanism
    19(1976)221-228

    K.P. Govindan, P.K. Narayanan (India)
    Demineralization by electrodialysis
    19(1976)229-239

    A.T. Hooper (UK), H.B. Jackson (USA)
    Distillation of seawater as a supplementary water resource
    19(1976)241-256

    H.H. Sephton, G. Klein (USA)
    A method of using irrigation drainage water for power plant cooling
    19(1976)257-268

    Javier Sanchez Lejorada , Oscar Perez Siller (Mexico)
    Construction of flash distillation units with structurally independent stages (in Spanish)
    19(1976)269-282

    G. Boari, L. Liberti, M. Santori, L. Spinosa (Italy)
    Advanced evaporation plants with sulfate removal by ion exchange
    19(1976)283-298

    Abraham Kogan (Israel)
    Direct contact condensation multistage flash distillation
    19(1976)299-307

    A.D.K. Laird, B.W. Tleimat (USA)
    Desalting geothermal brines
    19(1976)309-316

    A. Bolognini, A. Ciminale, P. Compagnoni, F. Ficco, G. Mori, G. Ricci (Italy)
    Desalination plant of 3.8 mgpd at Gela (Sicily)
    19(1976)317-324

    L. Awerbuch, T.E. Lindemuth, S.C. May, A.N. Rogers (USA)
    Geothermal energy recovery process
    19(1976)325-336

    J.P. le Martret (France)
    Desalination through the vapour compression process in large plants
    19(1976)337-348

    W.E. Johnson (USA)
    State-of-the-art of freezing processes. Their potential and future
    19(1976)349-358

    J. Block, B.M. Watson (USA)
    Magnesium scales from seawater distillation
    19(1976)359-368

    T. Sawa, K. Izumi, S. Takahashi (Japan)
    Decarbonation characteristics of the packed tower and its effects on scale prevention in flash evaporation plants
    19(1976)369-380

    K.G. Patel, F.L. Harris, K.C. Channabasappa (USA)
    Operational experience of reverse osmosis plants at Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, USA
    19(1976)381-388

    R.G. Sudak, A.M. Desai (USA)
    Reverse osmosis for Yuma desalting plant
    19(1976)389-396

    D.C. Bullock (USA)
    Design of reverse osmosis systems for commercial seawater desalination
    19(1976)397-404

    J.A. Septien, J.F. del Valle (Mexico)
    Study of polyurethane foam for tubular membrane support (in Spanish)
    19(1976)405-409

    Haruhiko Ohya (Japan)
    Present status of reverse osmosis in Japan
    19(1976)411-419

    T.J. Larson, D.G. Argo (USA)
    Large scale water reclamation by reverse osmosis
    19(1976)421-432

    S. Evans, R.M. Gomes (the Netherlands)
    Desalination of Rhine River water by ion exchange. Part 1. Pilot plant studies of lime slurry regeneration
    19(1976)433-438

    Y. Murayama, T. Kasamatsu, J.G. Gaydos (Japan)
    Live seawater experience in Japan with hollow fiber permeators
    19(1976)439-446

    V. Balice, G. Boari, M. Santori, G. Tiravanti (Italy)
    The electrodialysis ion exchange demonstration plant at Brindisi
    19(1976)447-464

    O. Kedem, Y. Maoz (Israel)
    Ion conducting spacer for improved electrodialysis
    19(1976)465-470

    C. van Hoek, J.W. Kaakinen, L.A. Haugseth (USA)
    Ion exchange pretreatment using desalting plant concentrate for regeneration
    19(1976)471-479

    C.A. Smolders, M.H.V. Mulder, P.M. van der Velden (The Netherlands)
    A survey of structure characterization methods for ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis membranes
    19(1976)481-481

    P.K. Allen (USA)
    Desalting's role in future water resource management
    19(1976)483-490

    R.P. Schmitt (USA)
    Military requirements for water supply
    19(1976)491-498

    Rafeel A. Menjarrez , Ignacio Sonzalez de Cosfo (Mexico)
    Desalination of agricultural drains in Mexicali, B.C. (in Spanish)
    19(1976)499-504

    I.G. Taylor, L.A. Haugseth (USA)
    Yuma desalting plant design
    19(1976)505-523

    R.F. Probstein, D.J. Goldstein (USA)
    Desalting technologies for wastewater treatment
    19(1976)525-532

    O.J. Morin (USA)
    Design of desalination plant facilities for remote locations
    19(1976)533-533

    N. El-Ramly (USA)
    Conjunctive use of desalination A systems view for planning
    19(1976)534-53

    K.C. Channabasappa (USA)
    A comparison of seawater desalination processes and their economics
    19(1976)535-554

    R.W. Durante (USA)
    Pre-packaged barge mounted desalting modules
    19(1976)555-571

    H.B. Sliger, R. Quinn (USA)
    Application of membrane processes
    19(1976)573-586

    O.K. Buros (USA)
    Conjunctive use of desalination and wastewater reclamation in water resource planning
    19(1976)587-594

    G.G. Stamm and M.B. Bessler ( USA ) 
    Future role of desalting for water quality improvement - Colorado River Basin, USA 

    20(1977)1-18 


    R.A. Tidball ( USA ) 
    600,000 GPD (I ) reverse osmosis for 15,000 mg/l lake water 

    20(1977)19-26 


    C.D. Hornburg and J.E. Cruver ( USA ) 
    Dual purpose power/water plants utilizing both distillation and reverse osmosis 

    20(1977)27-42 


    A.B. Steinbruchel ( USA ) 
    Review of desalination plant operating experiences 

    20(1977)43-52 


    E.W. Johansen, Jr. and D.C.M. Crabbe ( USA ) 
    Design parameters and operation of small and medium size municipal reverse osmosis in North America 

    20(1977)53-60 


    R.T. Heizer and C.E. Plock ( USA ) 
    Reverse osmosis to achieve water control and recycle 

    20(1977)61-69 


    S.S. Kremen, C. Hayes and M. Dubos ( USA ) 
    Large-scale reverse osmosis processing of metal finishing rinse waters 

    20(1977)71-80 


    R.B. Newman ( USA ) 
    Professional responsibility in the desalting industry 

    20(1977)81-86 


    A.E. Allegrezza, Jr., R.D. Burchesky, G. Gtz, R.B. Davis and M.J. Coplan ( USA ) 
    Hollow fiber composite reverse osmosis membrane 

    20(1977)87-94 


    E. Baeza ( Spain ) 
    Desalination activities in Spain (in Spanish ) 

    20(1977)95-104 


    A.C. di Pinto and J.L. Hooper ( Italy ) 
    Desalination activities in Italy 

    20(1977)105-117 


    R. Blevitt and J.L. Hooper ( USA ) 
    Design and operation of a 5000 m3/d reverse osmosis dual product plant 

    20(1977)119-142 


    J. Adar ( Israel ) 
    Coupling of standard condensing nuclear power stations to horizontal aluminium tubes multieffect distillation plants 

    20(1977)143-154 


    K.W. Boddeker, W. Hilgendorff and J. Kaschemekat ( Germany ) 
    An alternative design concept in reverse osmosis desalination 

    20(1977)155-162 


    A.Z. Barak and W.L. Barnes ( USA ) 
    The design, construction, testing and operation of a large scale prototype desalting plant in Israel 

    20(1977)163-172 


    F. Krebs ( Spain ) 
    A water and power installation for Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain 

    20(1977)173-191 


    M.A. Finan, A. Harris and S. Smith ( UK ) 
    The field assessment of a high temperature scale control additive and its effect on plant corrosion 

    20(1977)193-201 


    S.B. Sachs and E. Zisner ( Israel ) 
    Waste water renovation by sewage ultrafiltration 

    20(1977)203-215 


    S. Galal and A.A. Husseiny ( Egypt ) 
    Status of desalination research and technology in the Middle East 

    20(1977)217-225 


    J.J. Allard, J.M. Rovel and P. Treille ( France ) 
    Potable water supply of Riyadh, the Saudi Arabia Kingdom's capital city, by reverse osmosis desalting plants 

    20(1977)227-237 


    M. Aswed and H. El-Hares ( Libya ) 
    Two detailed case studies of large Libyan desalination plant and their influence on development 

    20(1977)239-247 


    H. El-Hares and M. Aswed ( Libya ) 
    Desalination in the development of Libya. Problems of implementation and impact on environment 

    20(1977)249-256 


    S.E. Hedayat, A.A. Sary, S.M. Nawar, M.A. Attia, I.M. El-Osery, Z.A. Sabri and A.A. Husseiny ( Egypt ) 
    Design of a small single-purpose nuclear desalination plant compatible with the local resources in the Middle East 

    20(1977)257-266 


    A.M. El-Nashar ( Egypt ) 
    The desalting and recycling of wastewaters from textile dyeing operations using reverse osmosis 

    20(1977)267-277 


    Z.A. Sabri, A.A. Husseiny, A. Valfells, A.F. Abdul-Fattah and S. Galal ( Saudi Arabia ) 
    Prospects of the exploitation of advanced energy resources in water production in the Middle East 

    20(1977)279-287 


    F. Elashmawi and A.A. Husseiny ( Egypt ) 
    Environmental and engineering problems of an agro-industrial complex for the North Eastern region of the Mediterranean 

    20(1977)289-298


    A.A. Rizk, M.A. Darwish and S.M. El-Haggar ( Egypt ) 
    Flashing flow of water in conduits between chambers in MSF units 

    20(1977)299-318 


    F.C. Wood, H.J. Woodthorpe and Y.N. Wu ( Hong Kong ) 
    The Hong Kong 40 mgd desalination plant: Its design features and performance during the first year of operation 

    20(1977)319-334 


    T. Kasamatsu and J.G. Gaydos ( Japan ) 
    Reverse osmosis desalting plant for industrial water at Kashima in Japan 

    20(1977)335-342 


    S. Toyama ( Japan ) 
    Progress of multistage flash evaporation process in Japan 

    20(1977)343-352 


    Y. Taniguchi ( Japan ) 
    Long-term experiences of 3.5 mgd ROGA-spiral reverse osmosis installation 

    20(1977)353-364 


    K. Urano ( Japan ) 
    Present status of electrodialysis process in Japan 

    20(1977)365-374 


    T. Miwa, D.R. Jordan and W.F. McIlhenny ( USA ) 
    Seawater desalting by electrodialysis 

    20(1977)375-384 


    M. Takada, S. Kikuchi and J. Gaydos ( Japan ) 
    Reheat type distilling plant 

    20(1977)385-390 


    P.M. Sharples and B.A. Bolto ( Australia ) 
    Desalting in Australia: The development of a new process for brackish water 

    20(1977)391-401 


    D.J. Mehta, V.P. Pandya and A.V. Rao ( India ) 
    Reverse osmosis relevant to India 

    20(1977)403-413 


    M. Al-Faisal ( Saudi Arabia ) 
    Water supply and weather modifications through the use of transported icebergs from the Antarctic 

    20(1977)415-423 


    H.K.J. Hauser ( Germany ) 
    Desalination and the development of less developed countries. Activities of the Federal Republic of Germany 

    20(1977)425


    F. Troyano, P. Mir and M. Torres ( Spain ) 
    Use of desalination by developing countries 

    20(1977)427-438 


    G. Yepes ( USA ) 
    World Bank policies regarding assistance to desalination activities (in Spanish ) 

    20(1977)439-448 


     

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