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Desalination, Vol. 64-67 (1987)

N.M. Wade (UK) 
RO design optimization 
64(1987)3-16 


H.W. Greig and J.W. Wearmouth (UK) 
An economic comparison of 2 x1000 m3 /day desalination plants 
64(1987)17-50 


L. Awerbuch, V. van der Mast and R. Soo-Hoo (USA) 
Hybrid desalting systems - A new alternative 
64(1987)51-63 


S. Akashah, M. Abdel-Jawad, M.M. Abdelhalim and J. Dahdah (Kuwait) 
Cost and economic analysis of Doha reverse osmosis plant (Kuwait) 

64(1987)65-82 


M.A. Darwish and N.M. Al-Najem (Kuwait) 
Energy consumptions and costs of different desalting systems 
64(1987)83-96 


I.S. Al-Mutaz (Saudi Arabia) 
By-product recovery from Saudi desalination plants 
64(1987)97-110 


N.J. Scenna (USA) 
Synthesis of thermal desalination processes. Part I. Multistage flash distillation system (MSF) 

64(1987)111-122 


N.J. Scenna (USA) 
Synthesis of thermal desalination processes. Part II. Multi effect evaporation 
64(1987)123-135 


S.E. Aly (Saudi Arabia) 
Analysis of a diesel dual plant 
64(1987)137-150 


M.A. Darwish (Kuwait) 
On the thermodynamics of dual purpose power desalting plants. Part I. Using steam turbines 
64(1987)151-167 


M.A. Darwish, A. Elhadek and A. Dayoub (Kuwait) 
On the thermodynamics of dual purpose power desalting plants. Part II. Using gas turbines 
64(1987)169-182 


J.S. Glen and D.S. McDougall (Canada) 
Desalination using the Canadian SLOWPOKE energy system 
64(1987)183-192 


I.S. Al-Mutaz (Saudi Arabia) 
Water resources development in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 
64(1987)193-202 


P.K. Tewari, M.S. Hanra and M.P.S. Ramani (India) 
Relative technoeconomics of multistage flash distillation and reverse osmosis for seawater desalination Ñ A case study 
64(1987)203-210 


Wang Shi-chang (China, PR) 
Ten yearsÕ development on distillation in China 
64(1987)211-215 


E.E. Khalil, A.H. Mariy and M. Marwan (Egypt) 
Potable water technology transfer and assessment in Egypt 
64(1987)217-227 


A.G. Fane, R.W. Schofield and C.J.D. Fell (Australia) 
The efficient use of energy in membrane distillation 
64(1987)231-243 


L. Basini, G. D'Angelo, M. Gobbi, G.C. Sarti and C. Gostoli (Italy) 
A desalination process through sweeping gas membrane distillation 
64(1987)245-257 


S.A. Sundet, S.D. Arthur, D. Campos, T.J. Eckman and R.G. Brown (USA) 
Aromatic/cycloaliphatic polyamide membrane 
64(1987)259-269 


I. Kaur and B.N. Misra (India) 
Gamma radiation induced graft copolymerization of acrylate monomers onto isotactic polypropylene 
64(1987)271-284 


A.E. Allegrezza, Jr., B.S. Parekh, P.L. Parise, E.J. Swiniarski and J.L. White (USA) 
Chlorine resistant polysulfone reverse osmosis modules 
64(1987)285 -304 


A.E. Simpson, C.A. Kerr and C.A. Buckley (South Africa) 
The effect of pH on the nanofiltration of the carbonate system in solution 
64(1987)305-319 


D. Sambrailo and B. Kunst (Yugoslavia) 
Asymmetric membrane formation. Is the evaporation step necessary? 
64(1987)321-328 


Qu Jing-Xu, Qian Yao-Nan and Shen Yan-Zhang (China, PR) 
An experimental study for separation of NaCl from SAS by electrodialysis with ion exchange membranes 
64(1987)329-338 


G. Schock and A. Miquel (Switzerland) 
Mass transfer and pressure loss in spiral wound modules 
64(1987)339-352 


F. Evangelista (Italy) 
A graphical method for the design of an electrodialysis stack 
64(1987)353-365 


V.I. Demkin, Y.A. Tubashov, V.I. Panteleev and Y.V. Karlin
( Russia) 
Cleaning low mineral water by electrodialysis 
64(1987)367 -374 


J. Lora and E. Soriano (Spain) 
Composite membranes of aromatic polyamide for desalination: Membrane preparation and characterization 
64(1987)375-386 


I. Kawada, K. Inoue, Y. Kazuse, H. Ito, T. Shintani and Y. Kamiyama (Japan) 
New thin-film composite low pressure reverse osmosis membranes and spiral wound modules 
64(1987)387-401 


Liu Yurong, Lang Kangmin, Chen Yiming, Wang Lining and Qu Peixing (China, PR) 
Low-pressure reverse osmosis drying membrane reinforced by polyester web 
64(1987)403-410 


W.G. Light, H.C. Chu and C.N. Tran (USA) 
Reverse osmosis TFC magnum elements. for chlorinated/dechlorinated feedwater processing 
64(1987)411-421 


F. Patocka, S. Fries and H. Timm (Germany) 
RO-module with ultrasonic welded membranes 
64(1987)423-430 


J.W. Hunt, C.J. Brouckaert, J.D. Raal, K. Treffry-Goatley and C.A. Buckley (South Africa) 
The unsteady-state modelling of cross-flow microfiltration 
64(1987)431-442 


M. Torres and J.A. Vera (Spain) 
Reverse osmosis seawater desalting plants built by the Minsterio de Obras Publicas y Urbanismo (Spain) 
64(1987)443-458 


B. Ericsson, B. Hallmans and P. Vinberg (Sweden) 
Optimization for design of large RO seawater desalination plants 
64(1987)459-489 


S. Abdalla and S.H. Yacoub (Egypt) 
Feasibility prediction of potable water production using waste heat from refuse incinerator hooked up at Stirling cycling machine 
64(1987)491-500 


A. Buyukyilmaz, C. Ozgen and T.G. Somer (Turkey) 
Effect of inclination on the heat transfer performance of fluted tubes with and without drainage discs 
65(1987)3-23 


K. Fathalah, S.E. Aly, M. Darwish and A. Radhwan (Saudi Arabia) 
A theoretical study of enhanced condensation over horizontal fluted tubes 
65(1987)25-42 


G. Aly, A. Al-Haddad and M. Abdel-Jawad (Kuwait) 
Parametric study on falling-film seawater desalination 
65(1987)43-55 


M. Kishi, Y. Mochizuki, M. Matsubayashi and K. Hattori (Japan) 
Development of flashing flow model for box type orifice 
65(1987)57-62 


V. Slesarenko ( Russia) 
Thin film desalination plants and their role in water supply 
65(1987)63-73 


R. Rautenbach and J. Gebel (Germany) 
Studies on the behaviour of high performance multiple-effect-stack processes 
65(1987)75-85 


Yao Tzu Li and I Chien Ho (USA) 
Orbital tube evaporation and distillation systems 
65(1987)87-99 


D. Barba, V. Brandani, G. Del Re and G. Di Giacomo (Italy) 
GasÑliquid equilibrium of aqueous salted solutions under high pressure and temperature 
65(1987)101-112 


D. Barba, V. Brandani, G. Del Re and G. Di Giacomo (Italy) 
Activity coefficients in aqueous multicomponent electrolyte solutions from ambient to 200¡C 
65(1987)113-121 


P. Costa, G. Lodi, E. Arato, L. Maga, S. Arazzini and R. Borsani (Italy) 
Using a homogeneous model in simulation of sea water desalination condenser 
65(1987)123-138 


S. Gopalakrishna, V.M. Purushothaman and N. Lior (USA) 
An experimental study of flash evaporation from liquid pools 
65(1987)139-151 


T.J. Rabas (USA) 
The effect of interstage heat leakage on the thermal performance of MSF evaporators 
65(1987)153-159 


O. Kuroda, S. Takahashi, K. Wakamatsu, S. Itoh, S. Kubota, K. Kikuchi, Y. Eguchi, Y. Ikenaga, N. Sohma and K. Nishinoiri (Japan) 
An electrodialysis sea water desalination system powered by photovoltaic cells 
65(1987)161-169 


K. Genthner, S. Khalaf, W. Ruehle and A. Seifert (Germany) 
The effect of preheater design on corrosion, heat transfer and operation of MSF-distillers 
65(1987)171-186 


H. Winters (USA) 
Two seawater reverse osmosis plants at high pressure and 50% conversion 
66(1987)189-195 


M. Al-Arrayedh, B. Ericsson, M. Amin Saad and H. Yoshioka (Bahrain) 
Reverse osmosis desalination plant, RA's Abu Jarjur, State of Bahrain Two years operational experience for the 46,000 m3/day RO plant 
65(1987)197-230 


W. Wilson, A. Gruendisch and I. Calder-Potts (UK) 
The use of Pelton wheel turbines for energy recovery in reverse osmosis systems 
65(1987)231-240 


R. Rautenbach, W. Kopp, G. van Opbergen and R. Hellekes (Germany) 
Nitrate reduction of well water by reverse osmosis and electrodialysis Ñ Studies on plant performance and costs 
65(1987)241-258 


R. Rautenbach and W. Dahm (Germany) 
Design and optimization of spiral-wound and hollow fiber RO-modules 
65(1987)259-275 


M.R. Ashton (USA) 
The city of Cape Coral demonstrates reverse osmosis is cost effective and operationally efficient 
65(1987)277-320 


E. Fredkin (USA) 
New concepts in energy savings and process control for desalination plants using reverse osmosis 
65(1987)321-330 


L.E. Applegate and C.W. Erkenbrecher, Jr. (USA) 
Monitoring and control of biological activity in Permasep¨ seawater RO plants 
65(1987)331-359 


S. Prabhakar, R.N. Patra, B.M. Misra and M.P.S. Ramani (India) 
Operational experience of reverse osmosis plants for drinking water in Indian villages 
65(1987)361-372 


J.M. Rovel and L. Daniel (France) 
Start-up of RO modules after a very long storage time: A case history 
65(1987)373-379 


M.F. Al-Ghamdi, C.H. Hughes and S. Kotake (Japan) 
The Makkah-Taif MSF desalination plant 
66(1987)3-10 


M.A. Al-Sofi, M.A. Al-Hussain and S.G. Al-Zahrani (Saudi Arabia) 
Additive scale control optimization and operation modes 
66(1987)11-32 


A. Ophir and S. Manor (Israel) 
The Curacao KAE-LT-MED and auxiliary steam turbine project: a model for dual purpose MSF plants replacement 
66(1987)33-42 


A. Massarani (Italy) 
Field experiences on large MSF desalination plants designed to operate with two different top brine temperatures 
66(1987)43-57 


W.E. Toelkes (Guam) 
The Ebeye desalination project - Total utilization of diesel waste heat 
66(1987)59-68 


T. Michels and F. Murat (France) 
High performance ejectocompression desalination unit steam fed by a heat recovery boiler using exhaust gases of a diesel generator 
66(1987)69-74


M. Kishi, K. Hattori, M. Tatsumoto and S. Koyama (Japan) 
Development of training simulator for MSFE desalination plant 
66(1987)75-90 


T.J. Rabas, S. Inoue and A. Shimizu (Japan) 
An update on the mass transfer of counterflow, packed deaerators containing pall-ring packing 
66(1987)91-107 


R. Zannoni, I. Resini and R. Lucenti (Italy) 
Design and construction of 4 X 1440 t/day MSF plants at Brindisi's power station (Italy): Acid/antiscale additive treatment for 100¡C top brine temperature 
66(1987)109-118 


V.V. Kafarov and V.P. Meshalkin ( Russia) 
Automated design of optimum pipeline in chemical industry 
66(1987)119 -125 


F.G. Abbosh and I. Kamal (USA) 
Computer-based performance evaluation of dual-purpose steam turbine/multistage flash desalination plants 
66(1987)127-140 


T. Hodgkiess, A. Maciver and P.Y. Chong (UK) 
Galvanic studies related to the use in desalination plant of corrosion-resistant materials 
66(1987)147-170 


J.W. Oldfield and B. Todd (UK) 
Vapour side corrosion in MSF plants 
66(1987)171-184 


M.C. van der Leeden and G.M. van Rosmalen (The Netherlands) 
Aspects of additives in precipitation process: performance of polycarboxylates in gypsum growth prevention 
66(1987)185-200 


S. Ebrahim and A. Malik (Kuwait) 
Membrane fouling and cleaning at DROP 
66(1987)201-221 


N. Grafte and E. Roost (France) 
Hot water resistant coatings for the inside protection of desalination plants 
66(1987)223-234 


S. Nordin and J. Olsson (Sweden) 
Corrosion engineering of high pressure piping in RO-plants 
66(1987)235-244 


N.M. Valota (Italy) 
Copper alloy tube for MSF desalination plant: Some practical considerations 
66(1987)245-256 


J. Borden, J. Gilron and D. Hasson (Israel) 
Analysis of RO flux decline due to membrane surface blockage 
66(1987)257-269 


G. Peplow and F. Vernon (Malta) 
Trace metal fouling and cleaning of seawater RO membranes 
66(1987)271-284 


P. Zini, R. Zannoni and R. Lucenti (Italy) 
Improved antiscaling treatment for desalination plants 
66(1987)285-298 


G.S. Watkins and H.B. Gupta (USA) 
A comparative study of organic fouling in hollow fiber and spiral wound membranes 
66(1987)299- 


N. A. Nada, Al-Zahrani and B. Ericsson (Saudi Arabia) 
Experience on pre- and post-treatment from seawater desalination plants in Saudi Arabia 
66(1987)303-318 


H. Winters (USA) 
Control of organic fouling at two seawater reverse osmosis plants 
66(1987)319-325 


C.A. Buckley, A. Bindoff, C.A. Kerr, A. Kerr, A.E. Simpson and D.W. Cohen (South Africa) 
The use of speciation and X-ray techniques for determining pretreatment steps for desalination 
66(1987)327-337 


S. Kawana, T. Yoshioka, H. Harashina and T. Mikuni (Japan) 
Seawater pretreatment by continuous sand filter for seawater RO (reverse osmosis) desalination plant 
66(1987)339-351 


Wang Sanfan and Wang Qinlai (China, PR) 
Experimental studies on pretreatment process of brackish water using electrocoagulation (EC) method 
66(1987)353-364 


Y. Yamauchi, K. Tanaka, K. Hattori, M. Kondo and N. Ukawa (Japan) 
Remineralization of desalinated water by limestone dissolution filter 
66(1987)365-383 


M. Fari-as, J.M. Granda, L. Gurtubai and M.J. Villagra (Spain) 
Pilot experiences on the recovery of polluted reverse osmosis membranes 
66(1987)385-402 


B. Tawabini, H. Khararjian and N. Fayad (Saudi Arabia) 
Trihalomethanes (THMs) 
formation in a distillation process 
66(1987)403-414 


I.R. Isquith and H. Winters (USA) 
The microbial analysis of domestic cistern water in the U.S. Virgin Islands 
66(1987)415-421 


H. Al-Rqobah, M. Abdel-Jawad, Z. Qamhiyah and G. Aly (Kuwait) 
Optimization of chemical pretreatment for reverse osmosis (RO) 
seawater desalination 
66(1987)423-430 


R. Zannoni, I. Resini, L. Liberti, M. Santori and G. Boari (Italy) 
Desulphation pretreatment for 138¡C (280¡F) 
operation: Performance test of a 1 MGD plant at Doha East (Kuwait) 
power station 
66(1987)431-442 


G. Boari, L. Liberti, R. Zannoni, F. Fantini, M. Haruni and T. Abu Ihweig (Italy) 
Desulphation pretreatment for reverse osmosis: Field experiences in the State of Qatar 
66(1987)443-454 


E.-E. Delyannis (Greece) 
Status of solar assisted desalination: A review 
67(1987)3-19 


S. Toyama, T. Aragaki, H.M. Salah and K. Murase (Japan) 
Dynamic characteristics of a multistage thermal diffusion type solar distillator 
67(1987)21-32 


O. Kuroda, S. Takahashi, S. Kubota, K. Kikuchi, Y. Eguchi, Y. Ikenaga, N. Sohma, K. Nishinoiri, S. Wakamatsu and S. Itoh (Japan) 
An electrodialysis sea water desalination system powered by photovoltaic cells 
67(1987)33 -41 


R. Ouahes, C. Ouahes, P. Le Goff and J. Le Goff (France) 
A hardy, high-yield solar distiller of brackish water 
67(1987)43-52 


J. de Gunzbourg and T. Froment (France) 
Construction of a solar desalination plant (40cum/day) 
for a French Caribbean Island 
67(1987)53-58 


M.R. Adiga, S.K. Adhikary, P.K. Narayanan, W.P. Harkare, S.D. Gomkale and K.P. Govindan (India) 
Performance analysis of photovoltaic electrodialysis desalination plant at Tanote in Thar desert 
67(1987)59-66 


S. Toyama, M. Nakamura, H.M. Salah, S. Futamura and K. Murase (Japan) 
Laboratory test of solar distillator with a heat penetrating plate having a bend 
67(1987)67-73 


H.J.T. Sousa and V. Janisch (Germany) 
Solar desalination based on the multi-cycle concept 
67(1987)75-80 


M. Posnansky (Switzerland) 
Technical and economical aspects of solar desalination with particular emphasis on solar pond powered distillation plants
67(1987)81-95 


A.J. Barduhn and J.S. Huang (USA) 
Why does ice grow faster from salt water than from fresh water? 
67(1987)99-106 


H.F. Wiegandt, A. Madani and P. Harriott (USA) 
Ice crystallization developments for the butane direct-contact process 
67(1987)107-126 


A.J. Crerar, R.E. Low and C.L. Pritchard (UK) 
Wave powered desalination 
67(1987)127-137 


C.Y. Cheng, W.C. Cheng and M.D. Yang (USA) 
The vacuum freezing multiple phase transformation process 
67(1987)139-153 


J.B. Maguire (USA) 
Fresh water from the sea, a new process 
67(1987)155-162 


I. Dobrevsky, A. Zvezdov, V. Mavrov and K. Ivanova (Bulgaria) 
Effect of the physical structure of the anion-exchange resins on their technological behaviour in ultra-pure water production 
67(1987)163-170 


P.S. Cartwright (USA) 
Ultrapure water system design considerations 
67(1987)171-184 


F.W. Hoffman (USA) 
Current status of the Calfran process 
67(1987)185-196 


G. Damy and J. Marvaldi (France) 
Some investigations on the possibility of using ocean thermal gradient (OTG) 
for seawater desalination 
67(1987)197-214 


B. Hausherr (Switzerland) 
Low temperature reject heat utilization for desalination; economical and technical aspects 
67(1987)215-226 


Y. Alayli, N.E. Hadji and J. Leblond (France) 
A new process for the extraction of water from air 
67(1987)227-229 


A. Bahri (Tunisia) 
Utilization of treated wastewaters and sewage sludge in agriculture in Tunisia 
67(1987)233-244 


B. Sheikh, R.S. Jaques and R.P. Cort (USA) 
Reuse of tertiary municipal wastewater effluent for irrigation of raw-eaten food crops: A five year field study 
67(1987)245-254 


C.F. Schutte, T. Spencer, J.D. Aspden and D. Hanekom
(South Africa) 
Desalination and reuse of power plant effluents: From pilot plant to full scale application 
67(1987)255-269 


P. Gioli, G.E. Silingardi and G. Ghiglio (Italy) 
High quality water from refinery waste 
67(1987)271-282 


D. Elyanow and J. Mahoney (USA) 
Desalination and concentration of flue gas scrubber effluents using the electrodialysis reversal process 
67(1987)283-298 


Xu Jing-wen (China, PR) 
Close-recycling of industrial liquid waste 
67(1987)299-326 


T. Bryant, J. Stuart, I. Fergus and R. Lesan (Australia) 
The use of reverse osmosis as a 35,600 m3/day concentrator in the waste water management scheme at 4640 MW Bayswater/Liddell power station complex - Australia 
67(1987)327-353 


S. El-Rafei, S. El-Shawarby and F.A. Fahim (Egypt)
Heavy metals in wastewater to the Nile 
67(1987)355-362 


B. Chakravorty and A.S. Srivastava (India) 
Application of membrane technologies for recovery of water from pulp and paper mill effluents 
67(1987)363-369 


S. Basu and V.S. Sapkal (India) 
Membrane technique in simplification of soda recovery process in pulp and paper industry 
67(1987)371-379 


R.F. Madsen (Denmark) 
Membrane technology as a tool to prevent dangers to human health by water-reuse 
67(1987)381-393 


O.O. Hart, A.E. Simpson, C.A. Buckley, G.R. Groves and F.G. Neytzell-de Wilde (South Africa) 
The treatment of industrial effluents with high salinity and organic contents 
67(1987)395-407 


A.E. Simpson and C.A. Buckley (South Africa) 
The treatment of industrial effluents containing sodium hydroxide to enable the reuse of chemicals and water 
67(1987)409-429 


C.A. Buckley, A.E. Simpson, C.A. Kerr and C.F. Schutte
(South Africa) 
The treatment and disposal of waste brine solutions 
67(1987)431-438 


K. Treffry-Goatley, K.R. Buijs, A.M. Bindoff and C.A. Buckley 
(South Africa) 
The cross-flow microfiltration of problematic surface and river waters to produce potable water 
67(1987)439-453 


A. Bindoff, C.J. Davies, C.A. Kerr and C.A. Buckley (South Africa) 
The nanofiltration and reuse of effluent from the caustic extraction stage of wood pulping 
67(1987)455-465 


K. Treffry-Goatley, M.I. Buchan, G.E. Rencken, W.J. Vortman and C.A. Buckley (South Africa) 
The dewatering of sludges using a tubular filter press 
67(1987)467-479 


F.G. Neytzell-de Wilde (South Africa) 
Demineralization of a molasses distillery waste water 
67(1987)481-493 


F.G. Neytzell-de Wilde (South Africa) 
Recovery of lignosulphonate from a calcium bisulphite pulp mill effluent by ultrafiltration 
67(1987)495-505 


R.N. Patra, S. Prabhakar, B.M. Misra and M.P.S. Ramani (India) 
Water and effluent water treatment using reverse osmosis 
67(1987)507-521 


R. Audinos and S. Paci (France) 
Water transport during the concentration of waste zinc sulfate solutions by electrodialysis 
67(1987)523-545 


R. Oláh and K. Vadasdi (Hungary) 
Investigation of cation transport through cation permselective membranes from solutions of salts composed of strong bases and weak acids 
67(1987)547-557 


R. McBride, R. Morris and W. Hanbury (UK) 
Wind power - A reliable source for desalination 
67(1987)559-564 


Y.P. Yadav and G.N. Tiwari (India) 
Monthly comparative performance of solar stills of various designs 
67(1987)565-578 


O.P. Kharbanda (India) 
Desalination in the year 2000 - Technoeconomic aspects 
67(1987)579-588