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Florence 1983
Desalination, Vol. 44-47 (1983)

K. S. Spiegler (USA) 
Thermodynamic analysis 
44(1983)3 -16 


A.A.A. Shawly, F. Girgis, A. Kreuzer and H.-D. von Loebbecke (Saudi Arabia) 
Gas turbine a major factor to reduce capital and operating costs for dual purpose desalination and power plant 
44(1983)17-27 


D. Barba, S. Arazzini and G. Migliorini (Italy) 
Applied similarity criteria in the scale-up from existing to large MSF desalination plants 
44(1983)29- 


G.F. Leitner (USA) 
Waste concentration vs. evaporation ponds for reverse osmosis reject water. A case study 
44(1983)31-38 


Shichang Wang (China, PR) 
The exergetic efficiency of MSF process and the conditions of desalination by waste heat 
44(1983)39-49 


P. Glueckstern and Y. Kantor (Israel) 
Seawater vs. brackish water desalting: technology, operating problems and overall economics 
44(1983)51-60 


K. Kuenstle, M. Moricet, K. Marquardt and R. Nagel (Germany) 
Conceptual design and economical evaluation of a combined MSF-RO seawater desalination plant 
44(1983)61-72 


U. Fisher (Virgin Islands) 
One year of operation of Israel Desalination Engineering's multi-effect distillation U.S. Virgin Islands 
44(1983)73-84 


K. Heybach (Germany) 
Capacity adaption of reverse osmosis systems by temperature and pressure control of the raw water 
44(1983)85-90 


R. El-Assar and M. Lenhard (Germany) 
Utilisation of hydraulic coupling for brine recirculation pumps 
44(1983)91-97 


D.C. Hallock (USA) 
Improved pumping economics for seawater RO systems 
44(1983)99-100 


S.K. Tadros (USA) 
Power and water production in cogeneration systems 
44(1983)101-102 


H.T.A. El-Dessouky (Egypt) 
Losses in MSF desalination units 
44(1983)103- 


P. Glueckstern (Israel) 
Desalting: Prospects for improvement in technology and reduction in costs 
44(1983)105-106 


A.M. El-Nashar (UAE) 
Analysis of the water desalination and power generation expansion plans for the Emirate of Abu Dhabi 
44(1983)107- 


T.J. Rabas and D. Cane (USA) 
An update of intube forced convection heat transfer coefficients of water 
44(1983)109-119 


R. Rautenbach and B. Arzt (Germany) 
Waste heat utilization of large diesel engines by thermocompression and low temperature multiple effect evaporation 
44(1983)121-128 


S.J. Senatore (USA) 
Desaltlng water costs using waste heat from power systems combined with the VTFE and vapor compression 
44(1983)129-135 


S.I. Golub, V.V. Iljushchenko, S.V. Grigorenko, U.V. Kartowsky and N.K. Tokmantsev ( Russia) 
On investigation results of steam separation and heat transfer intensification in distillation desalination units of two types 
44(1983)137-142 


L. Cavalieri and G. Nasser (Germany) 
Seawater desalination with very low energy consumption 
44(1983)143-151 


B.W. Tleimat (USA) 
Optimal water cost from solar-powered multieffect distillation 
44(1983)153-165 


O.E. Natale (Argentina) 
Optimal cooling towers management for zero discharge 
44(1983)167-176 


L. Awerbuch, A. Maddagiri, F.E. Swart and A.N. Rogers (USA) 
Coupling of a power plant with a low temperature multi-effect desalination plant 
44(1983)177-188 


A.M. Abulnour, M.H. Sorour, F.A. Hammouda and A.M. Abdel Dayem (Egypt) 
Squeezing desalted water costs by proper choice of the desalting technology and water management 
44(1983)189-198 


P. Goubeau and P. Leroy (France) 
A specific energy recovery pumping system for reverse osmosis desalination 
44(1983)199-206 


W.S.W. Lee, J.-W. Oldfield and B. Todd (UK) 
Corrosion problems caused by bromine formation in additive dosed MSF desalination plants 
44(1983)209-221 


T. Hodgkiess, W.T. Hanbury and M.H. Hejazian (UK) 
Corrosion tests of a range of materials in three MSF plants 
44(1983)223-232 


A.N. Lebedev, A.S. Derbyshev and N.A. Kabluchko ( Russia) 
Some results of the investigations on corrosion protection of desalination plant equipment 
44(1983)233-239 


J. Olsson and B. Wallen (Sweden) 
Experience with a high molybdenum stainless steel in saline environments 
44(1983)241-254 


S. Nordin (Sweden) 
Studies on stainless steels for service in desalination plants 
44(1983)255-263 


Z. Ahmed and S. Rashidi (Saudi Arabia) 
Application potential of a modified aluminium alloy in Arabian Gulf desalination plants 
44(1983)265-276 


V.G. Shigorin ( Russia) 
Anticorrosion coatings for equipment and pipelines of desalting plants 
44(1983)277-282 


T. Hodgkiess and S. Rigas (UK) 
A comparison of the corrosion resistance of some higher-alloy stainless steels in seawater at 20-100¡C 
44(1983)283-294 


M. Ptzschke and M.B. Rockel (Germany) 
Corrosion resistance of stainless steels and nickel alloys in artificial sea water 
44(1983)295-305 


K.-H. Geigl and R.P. Malhotra (Germany) 
Glass fiber reinforced plastic applications for corrosive environments in desalination- and power plants, and for water treatment 
44(1983)307-315 


P. Leroy (France) 
Corrosion control of feeders carrying potable water from desalination of sea water. Case of the Yanbu Medina water supply system (Saudi Arabia) 

44(1983)317-324 


G. Mssner (The Netherlands) 
Evaluation and development of technical thermoplastic systems for desalination and other water treatment applications 
44(1983)325-327 


M. Takada and J.C. Drake (UK) 
Application of improved high-performance evaporator 
45(1983)3-12 


L. Szcs (Hungary) 
A controlled flash evaporator operated by a vapour compressor 
45(1983)13-14 


V.L. Podbereznyi, U.K. Smirnov, V.B. Chernozubov, U.V. Putilin and R.N. Musihin ( Russia) 
Horizontal-tube film desalination plants. Research data of principal processes and of production prototypes design 
45(1983)15-21 


D. L. Moen and D. Cane (USA) 
An improved MSF evaporator configuration 
45(1983)25-34 


J. Hapke and A. Mader (Germany) 
Design, construction and operation of a combined MSF/VTE-test evaporator 
45(1983)35-36 


R. Rautenbach and H.G. Bchel (Germany) 
Simulation of thermal desalination processes, some results 
45(1983)37- 


B. Ohlemann and D.K. Emmermann (USA) 
Operating experience and performance data of an advanced barge-mounted VTE/VC seawater desalination plant 
45(1983)39-47 


M. Fadel, K. Wangnick and N.M. Wade (UK) 
Floating desalination plants. An engineering, operating and economic appraisal 
45(1983)49-63 


A.M. Omar (Saudi Arabia) 
Simulation of MSF desalination plants 
45(1983)65-76 


M.A. Darwish, K.A. Fathalah and S.E. Aly (Saudi Arabia) 
Comparative study between vapor compression and multi effect boiling desalination systems 
45(1983)77-80 


B. Franquelin, F. Murat and C. Temstet (France) 
Application of the multi-effect process at high temperature for large seawater desalination plants 
45(1983)81-92 


I. Dobrevsky and M. Georgieva (Bulgaria) 
Some possibilities for solar evaporation intensification 
45(1983)93-99 


S. Toyama, T. Aragaki, K. Murase and K. Tsumura (Japan) 
Simulation of a multieffect solar distillator 
45(1983)101-108 


F. Cantera Palacios and J. Ma. Snchez-Snchez (Spain) 
Optimization in dual purpose plants 
45(1983)109-110 


H.T.A. El-Dessouky and G.M.R. Assassa (Egypt) 
Computer code for optimizing MSF desalination plant 
45(1983)111-112 


J. Hapke and B. Uckermann (Germany) 
Process and layout design of a combined MSF/VTE plant 
45(1983)113-114 


R. El-Assar, G. Jung and G. Gerrard (Germany) 
Design features of seawater intake, distribution and outfall systems, applied to the Ruwais Utilities Complex, Abu Dhabi 
45(1983)115-118 


G. Aly (Sweden) 
Computer simulations of multiple-effect FFE-VC systems for water desalination 
45(1983)119-131 


G.M.R. Assassa and H.T.A. El-Dessouky (Egypt) 
Dynamic stability of MSF desalination plants 
45(1983)133- 


J. Cunningham and M. Bahjernejad (UK) 
The effect of vapour shear and condensate drainage in condenses using roped tubes 
45(1983)135-142 


K. Genthner and M.M. El-Allawy (Germany) 
Solutions for coupling a mechanical vapour compression distiller with a multi-stage-flash evaporator 
45(1983)143-152 


D.S. Khumayyis and M. Ohtani (Japan) 
Construction and commissioning of 6 x 23,000 t/d MSF plant, Al Jobail Phase 1 
45(1983)155-165 


J.S. Baranov, N.A. Kabluchko, P.K. Lebedev, A.A. Samarkin, A.P. Egorov and V.L. Podbereznyi ( Russia) 
Operating experience of desalination units in Schevchenko 
45(1983)167-174 


M. Bertuzzi, G. D'Angelo and E. Moretti (Italy) 
Experience with 4 x 5 Migd MSF plant in Qatar: Report on construction material performances 
45(1983)175-181 


C. ...zgen and H. Gke (Turkey) 
Hydrodynamic and heat transfer studies on fluted tubes with drainage discs 
45(1983)183- 


R.E. Bailie (USA) 
The reliability assurance survey: An initial step towards increased operating reliability at existing desalination facilities 
45(1983)185-194 


O.K. Buros and T. Livingston (Virgin Islands) 
Desalination in the Virgin Islands, 1964-1982 
45(1983)195-196 


A. de Maio, R. Zannoni, A. Ronzoni, G. Boari, L. Liberti and M. Santori (USA) 
Results of four years of operation at high temperature (150¡C) 
of Bari's desalination plant 
45(1983)197-207 


G. Consiglio and M. Creton (Italy) 
Desalination plant program to solve shortage of water in the southern Italian Islands (Sicily) 

45(1983)209-220 


L. Carlsson (Sweden) 
The new generation in sea water desalination SU membrane desalination system 
45(1983)221-222 


F.G. Abbosh, I. Kamal, S. Chalchal and H. Gerke (Germany) 
Design and performance of the world's largest operating dual-purpose sea water desalting plant 
45(1983)223-230 


N. Lior and E. Nishiyama (Japan) 
The effect of gas bubbles on flash evaporation 
45(1983)231-240 


C.D. Hornburg and O.J. Morin, Jr. (USA) 
Design aspects of large sea water reverse osmosis desalination piants 
45(1983)241-249 


C. ...zgen and I. Tosun (Turkey) 
A theoretical study on hydrodynamics of condensate films over fluted tubes 
45(1983)251- 


L.S. Sterman, V.M. Lavigin and V.D. Rojnatovsky ( Russia) 
The quality of the distillate of desalination plants with a washing device 
45(1983)253-261 


W. Bulang (Germany) 
Large scale desalination by vapor compression 
45(1983)263- 


B. Kunst (Germany) 
Equations for condensation in fluted tubes (in German) 

45(1983)265-279 


F. Pacini (Italy) 
Gas turbines in desalination plants 
45(1983)281-288 


S. Toyama, T. Aragaki, T. Sato and H. Kato (Japan) 
Hold up and flow of liquid film at a horizontal tube bundle 
45(1983)289-294 


V.N. Slesarenko ( Russia) 
Thermal desalination of sea water in thin film plants 
45(1983)295-302 


K.-H. Steil (Germany) 
A new distillation procedure for seawater desalination based on the regeneration principle (in German) 

45(1983)303-313 


N.M. Sinev, V.G. Shatsillo, V.B. Chernozubov, A.A. Samarkin and J.S. Baranov ( Russia) 
Investigation of water desalination by distillation technique 
45(1983)315-320 


P. Tiraboschi (Italy) 
Five years experience in VTE industrial operations and their design improvements 
45(1983)321-328 


G.O. Hultin and R. Harper (USA) 
Desalination plant control with microprocessor based digital technology 
45(1983)329-336 


R. Zannoni, A. de Maio, G. Odone and G. Coliva (Italy) 
Prototype test results for Doha West (Kuwait) 
4 x 6 Migpd desalination plants. Report on the main design data of the above plants 
45(1983)337-344 


F.H. Butt, A.G. Maadhah, F. Rahman and H.M. Al-Zahrani (Saudi Arabia) 
Problems encountered during commissioning and subsequent performance of an MSF desalination plant in Saudi Arabia 
45(1983)345-355 


E. Gabbrielli and J.P. Gerofi (Australia) 
Appropriate mineral content of desalinated water Ñ Theory and drinkersÕ reaction 
45(1983)357- 


A. Delyannis and E. Delyannis (Germany) 
Recent solar distillation developments 
45(1983)361-369 


R. Kriesi and M. Posnansky (Switzerland) 
Operation experience with solar powered 10 m3 per day MSF-plant in Kuwait and results of upscaling experiments 
45(1983)371- 


A.M. El-Nashar (UAE) 
Solar desalination using the vacuum freezing ejector absorption (VFEA) 
process 
45(1983)373 - 


J.P. Gerofi (Australia) 
The Sydney University solar desalination pilot plant design 
45(1983)375-382 


A. Antonelli (Italy) 
Desalinated water production at LNG terminals 
45(1983)383-390 


F. Cantera Palacios and J.-Ma. Snchez-Snchez (Spain) 
Optimization in dual purpose plants 
45(1983)391-398 


R. Soo-Hoo, L. Awerbuch, S. May, M. Mattson and S. Kremen (USA) 
Parametric study on seawater reverse osmosis desalting plants 
46(1983)3-15 


C.K. Wojcik (Saudi Arabia) 
Desalination of water in Saudi Arabia by reverse osmosis. Performance study 
46(1983)17-34 


Ying Wang et al. (China, PR) 
Desalination by reverse osmosis in China 
46(1983)35-40 


C.T. Sackinger (USA) 
Membrane replacement. Permasep¨ reverse osmosis desalination 
46(1983)41-55 


R. Bairinji, T. Tanaka, M. Kurihara, N. Kanamaru and T. Tonomura (Japan) 
Characteristics and operating history of Toray spiral-wound cellulose acetate membrane elements 
46(1983)57-66 


W.K. Nielsen (Denmark) 
Experience with desalination of sea and brackish water using minimum pretreatment and high temperature 
46(1983)67-79 


R.E. Larson, R.J. Petersen and P.K. Eriksson (USA) 
Test results on FT-30 eight-inch-diameter seawater and brackish water reverse osmosis elements 
46(1983)81-90 


J.D. Birkett (USA) 
Trends in design and performance of commercially available reverse osmosis modules 
46(1983)91-100 


M. Kurihara, Y. Nakagawa, H. Takeuchi, N. Kanamaru and T. Tonomura (Japan) 
Single-stage seawater desalination at high temperature and salinity as present in the Middle East using PEC-1000 membrane modules 
46(1983)101-110 


W.T. Andrews, J.H. Sleigh and R.A. Bergman (USA) 
The Malta seawater reverse osmosis facility 
46(1983)111- 


R.M. Quinn (USA) 
Ultrafiltration membrane processes: The Sleeping Giant 
46(1983)113-123 


D. Sambrailo, B. Kunst and H. Ivekovic (Yugoslavia) 
Reverse osmosis in seawater concentration 
46(1983)125-133 


K. Marquardt, R. Nagel and H. Seeger (Germany) 
Seawater desalination by reverse osmosis 
46(1983)135-143 


Y. Kunisada, K. Okada, M. Tsureishi, K. Kikuchi, M. Hirai and Y. Murayama (Japan) 
Desalination of high salinity sea water by reverse osmosis (Summary) 

46(1983)145-150 


J. Kaschemekat, W. Hilgendorff, K.W. Bddeker, A.M. Hassan and A.L.A. Malik (Kuwait) 
Two-stage reverse osmosis seawater desalination 
46(1983)151-156 


I. Dobrevsky, V. Mavrov and B. Bonev (Bulgaria) 
Reverse osmosis as a step for make-up demineralised water for power stations 
46(1983)157-162 


M.A.A. Soleman, J. de Graauw and W. van Putten (The Netherlands) 
Large seawater reverse osmosis plant: Design considerations 
46(1983)163-170 


G.A. Yagodin, B.F. Nikolsky, N.F. Kuleshov and A.A. Svitsov ( Russia) 
Solution of contradictory problem of simultaneous desalination and concentration in reverse osmosis 
46(1983)171-177 


N. Chlubek and E. Drioli (Italy) 
A study on thermal driven membrane processes in water purification 
46(1983)179-180 


E. Drioli (Italy) 
Membrane technology in the rationalization of industrial processes: Experimental results 
46(1983)181- 


O. Kedem and I. Rubinstein (Israel) 
Polarization effects at charged membranes 
46(1983)185-189 


Song Shi and Pei-qi Chen (China, PR) 
Design and field trials of a 200 m3/day sea water desalination by electrodialysis 
46(1983)191-196 


N.M. Smirnova, B.N. Laskorin, J.S. Mishukova and A.V. Borisov ( Russia) 
The application of electrodialysis with ion exchange membranes for treatment of sodium sulfate solutions 
46(1983)197-201 


A.M. Kusavsky and V.P. Shulika ( Russia) 
Heat regime of ion-exchange membranes' performance 
46(1983)203-210 


M.E. Abu Goukh and D.W. Thompson (Canada) 
An absorption-desorption stack for cyclic electrodialysis in open system 
46(1983)211-223 


O. Kuroda, S. Takahashi and M. Nomura (Japan) 
Characteristics of flow and mass transfer rate in an electrodialyzer compartment including spacer 
46(1983)225-232 


Jingxu Qu and Shumin Liu (China, PR) 
Electrode for electrodialysis 
46(1983)233-242 


X.-W. Zhong, W.-R. Zhang, Z.-Y. Hu and H.-C. Li (China, PR) 
Effect of characterizations of spacer in electrodialysis cells on mass transfer 
46(1983)243-252 


V.N. Smagin, N.N. Zhurov, D.A. Yaroshevsky and O.V. Yevdokimov ( Russia) 
Optimization of electrodialysis process at elevated temperatures 
46(1983)253-262 


Song Xu-Tong and Chen Guang (China, PR) 
The calculation of limiting current density of electrodialysis under the influence of water quality and temperature 
46(1983)263-274 


G. Wisniewska, B. Cieploch and T. Winnicki (Poland) 
Laboratory investigation on electrodialytic desalination of brackish water 
46(1983)275-281 


V.N. Smagin, V.A. Chukhin and V.A. Kharchuck ( Russia) 
Technological account of electrodialysis apparatus for concentration 
46(1983)283-290 


O. Kedem, J. Cohen, A. Warshawsky and N. Kahana (Israel) 
EDS: sealed cell electrodialysis 
46(1983)291-299 


A. Walch (Germany) 
Preparation and structure of synthetic membranes 
46(1983)303-312 


P. Mosegaard and G. Jonsson (Denmark) 
On the reproducibility of asymmetric cellulose acetate membranes 
46(1983)313-320 


Guanghu Fan, Baoquan Zhao, Jiayan Chen and Lingying Zheng (China, PR) 
The mechanism of the formation of aromatic polyamide type asymmetric RO membranes 
46(1983)321-326 


K.E. Kinzer, D.R. Lloyd, J.P. Wightman and J.E. McGrath (USA) 
Asymmetric membrane preparation from nonsolvent casting systems 
46(1983)327-334 


Ying Wang et al. (China, PR) 
Desalination by the use of dynamically formed PVA membranes 
46(1983)335-342 


R.E. Kesting, J.M. Newman, K.T. Nam and J.F. Ditter (USA) 
Dry-RO membranes from blends of ionogenic and nonionogenic polymers 
46(1983)343-348 


J. Adduci, L.L. Chapoy, G. Jonsson, J. Kops and B.M. Shinde (Denmark) 
Semi-stiff chain aromatic polyamic-acids: new candidates for reverse osmosis membranes 
46(1983)349-350 


A.S. Bal and S. Peter (Germany) 
Development of cord membranes: A new reverse osmosis membrane configuration 
46(1983)351-352 


B. Chakravorty, R.N. Mukherjee and S. Basu (India) 
Synthesis of ion-exchange membranes for electrodialytic treatment of industrial effluents 
46(1983)353-360 


A.D. Dimov and I. Alexcandrova (Bulgaria) 
Preparation of ion-exchange membranes from modified polyethylene with high molecular weight 
46(1983)361-366 


S. Bauer, K. Heckmann, L. Six, C. Strobl, D. Blcher, B. Henkel, T. Garbe and K. Ring (Germany) 
Hyperfiltration through crosslinked monolayers II 
46(1983)369-378 


J.-Y. Chen, M. Kurihara and W. Pusch (Japan) 
Transport coefficients of asymmetric and composite membranes 
46(1983)379-388 


J. Glater and S. McCray (USA) 
Changes in water and salt transport during hydrolysis of cellulose acetate reverse osmosis membranes 
46(1983)389-397 


S.W. Thiel and D.R. Lloyd (USA) 
Physicochemical interactions in pressure driven membrane separation of glucose, ascorbic acid, citric acid, and mannitol from single solute aqueous solution 
46(1983)399-406 


S. Kimura and I. Jitsuhara (Japan) 
Transport through charged ultrafiltration membranes 
46(1983)407-416 


G. Mossa and R. Passino (Italy) 
Uptake of electrolytes by cellulose acetate membranes 
46(1983)417-423 


W. Pusch and A. Tanioka (Germany) 
Structure investigations of homogeneous cellulose acetate membranes by gas permeation measurements 
46(1983)425-434 


G. Arneri, L.L. Chapoy, G. Jonsson and P. Mosegaard (Denmark) 
The application of polarized fluorescence spectroscopy in the characterization of molecular orientation in cellulose acetate reverse osmosis membranes 
46(1983)435- 


J.-Y. Chen, H. Nomura and W. Pusch (Germany) 
Temperature dependence of membrane transport parameters in hyperfiltration 
46(1983)437-446 


V. Richau, H.-H. Schwarz, H. Buschatz and V. Kudela (Czech Republic) 
Asymmetric behavior of membranes in pressure driven processes 
46(1983)447-454 


Y. Taketani, T. Matsuura and S. Sourirajan (Canada) 
Predictability of RO/UF performance from surface force parameters and data on average pore size and pore size distribution on membrane surface 
46(1983)455-466 


J.A.M. Meijer (The Netherlands) 
Prevention of calcium sulfate scale deposition by a fluidized bed 
47(1983)3-15 


J. Reverter, M. Ribeaud and M.P. Savage (Switzerland) 
An investigation into the problems encountered at the Jeddah III desalination plant when using Belgard EV 
47(1983)17- 


G.F. Casini (Italy) 
The application of a high temperature scale control additive in a Middle East MSF plant 
47(1983)19-24 


R.W. Goeldner (USA) 
Scale control inhibitor performance at 100¡C under boiling conditions 
47(1983)25-35 


K.G. Cooper, L.G. Hanlon, G.M. Smart and R.E. Talbot (UK) 
A model for the fouling of MSF plants based on data from operating units 
47(1983)37-47 


R. Rautenbach, H. Offermann, E.E. Hammer, W. Whlk and W. Linsteadt (Germany) 
An assessment of different scale control methods 
47(1983)49-62 


O.I. Martynova, L.G. Vasina, A.V. Baglovsky, D.P. Yegorov, L.P. Karnauknov and V.A. Kozlov ( Russia) 
Evaluation of thermal desalination plants water chemistry 
47(1983)63-69 


F. Sigon (Italy) 
Automated continuous monitoring of sulphate contents in brines 
47(1983)71-80 


M.P.C. Weijnen, W.G.J. Marche and G.M. van Rosmalen (The Netherlands) 
A quantification of the effectiveness of an inhibitor on the growth process of a scalant 
47(1983)81-92 


R. Zannoni, A. de Maio, G. Odone, F. Fioravanti, G. Boari, L. Liberti and M. Santori (Italy) 
Desulphation new applications: Doha East (Kuwait) 
and Gela (Italy) 
desalination plants 
47(1983)93-102 


G. Belfort and W. Altena (USA) 
Towards an inductive understanding of membrane fouling 
47(1983)105-128 


D. Hasson and S. Steinberg (Israel) 
Continuous flow precipitation 
47(1983)129-148 


T. Vermeulen, B.W. Tleimat and G. Klein (USA) 
Ion-exchange pretreatment for scale prevention in desalting systems 
47(1983)149-159 


D.E. George (USA) 
Prediction of silica scale formation in RO systems 
47(1983)161-169 


C.A. Buckley, R.L.C. Flemmer and G.R. Groves (South Africa) 
Fouling studies and mathematical modelling of ultrafiltration of textile desizing effluents 
47(1983)171-179 


D.W. Thompson and A.-Y. Tremblay (Canada) 
Fouling in steady and unsteady state electrodialysis 
47(1983)181-188 


R. Bartz (Germany) 
Pretreatment of seawater for the reverse osmosis type desalination process 
47(1983)189-190 


J.C. Eid and G.B. Andeen (USA) 
Effects of acceleration on particulate fouling in reverse osmosis 
47(1983)191-199 


H.U. Mller and H. Strathmann (Germany) 
Electrodialytic removal of carbonates from seawater 
47(1983)201-208 


M. Wilf and J. Ricklis (Israel) 
RO desalting of brackish water oversaturated with CaSO4 
47(1983)209-220 


F.W. Altena, G. Belfort, J. Otis, F. Fiessinger, J.M. Rovel and J. Nicolletti (USA) 
Particle motion in a laminar slit flow: a fundamental fouling study 
47(1983)221-232 


H. Winters, I. Isquith, W.A. Arthur and A. Mindler (USA) 
Control of biological fouling in seawater reverse osmosis desalination 
47(1983)233-238 


C.D. Moody, J.W. Kaakinen, J.C. Lozier and P.E. Laverty (USA) 
Yuma desalting test facility: Foulant component study 
47(1983)239-256 


O.J. Olsen and U.H. Haagensen (Denmark) 
Membrane filtration for the reuse of city waste water 
47(1983)257-265 


G. van Opbergen, T. Peters, R. Rautenbach and H. Tils (Germany) 
Reduction of nitrate concentration in drinking water by a hybrid process with zero discharge based on reverse osmosis 
47(1983)267-274 


M.A. Mandil, S.H. Eissa, A.O. Farag, A. El-Nikhely, F. Abdel Salam and A.M. Al-Taweel (Saudi Arabia) 
Reciprocating plate reactors for water reuse 
47(1983)275-276 


G.R. Groves (South Africa) 
Application of membrane separation processes to the treatment of industrial effluents for water reuse 
47(1983)277-284 


A.M. Abulnour, M.H. Sorour, F.A. Hammouda and A.M. Abdel Dayem (Denmark) 
Non-conventional water sources for small remote communities in developing countries 
47(1983)285-292 


H. Paul (Germany) 
Two-phase ultrafiltration as an economical unit operation for recycling of detergents 
47(1983)293-304 


G.R. Groves, C.A. Buckley, J.M. Cox, A. Kirk, C.D. MacMillan and M.J. Simpson (South Africa) 
Dynamic membrane ultrafiltration and hyperfiltration for the treatment of industrial effluents for water reuse 
47(1983)305-312 


K. Treffry-Goatley, C.A. Buckley and G.R. Groves (South Africa) 
Reverse osmosis treatment and reuse of textile dyehouse effluents 
47(1983)313-320 


O.I. Martynova, A.I. Abramov, A.S. Sedlov, L.G. Vasina and I.P. Iljina ( Russia) 
Make-up water treatment at thermal power plants and multiple waste water reuse 
47(1983)321-325 


M.J. Simpson and G.R. Groves (South Africa) 
Treatment of pulp/paper bleach effluents by reverse osmosis 
47(1983)327-333 


S. Basu and S. Moulik (India) 
Studies on the application of RO in treatment of rayon plant effluent 
47(1983)335-342 


R.C. Squires, J.A.C. Cowan and F.C. Wood (UK) 
The desalination of coalmine drainage water by reverse osmosis 
47(1983)343-350 


Y.-C. Chang and S.-P. Li (China, PR) 
A study of emulsified liquid membrane treatment of phenolic waste water 
47(1983)351-361 


K. Sato, S. Kobayashi and S. Okado (Japan) 
Desalination and reuse of industrial wastewater by electrodialysis 
47(1983)363-373