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Amsterdam 1998 
Desalination, Vol. 117-119 (1998)

Philip Brandhuber and Gary Amy (USA ) 
Alternative methods for membrane filtration of arsenic from drinking water 
117(1998)1-10 


Taro Urase, Jeong-ik Oh and Kazuo Yamamoto (Japan) 
Effect of pH on rejection of different species of arsenic by nanofiltration 
117(1998)11-18 


David Cohen and Herbert M. Conrad (USA) 
65,000 GPD fluoride removal membrane system in Lakeland, California, USA 
117(1998)19-35 


Joop C. Kruithof, J.C. Schippers, Peer C. Kamp, H.C. Folmer and J.A.M.H. Hofman (The Netherlands) 
Integrated multi-objective membrane systems for surface water treatment : pretreatment of reverse osmosis by conventional treatment and ultrafiltration 
117(1998)37-48 


Emmanuel van Houtte, Johan Verbauwhede, Frans Vanlerberghe, Sven Demunter and Johan Cabooter (Belgium) 
Treating different types of raw water with micro- and ultrafiltration for further desalination using reverse osmosis 
117(1998)49-60 


Roberto Pianta, Markus Boller, Marie-Laure Janex, Aurelie Chappaz, Bernard Birou, Rafael Ponce and Jean-Louis Walther (Switzerland) 
Micro- and ultrafiltration of karstic spring water 
117(1998)61-71 


Paul Gagliardo, Samer Adham, Rhodes Trussel and Adam Olivieri (USA ) 
Water repurification via reverse osmosis membranes 
117(1998)73-78 


Gilbert Galjaard, Jan C. Schippers, Maarten M. Nederlof and Hieke A. Oosterom (The Netherlands) 
Quick-scan: selection of micro- and ultrafiltration membranes 
117(1998)79-84 


Wim Doyen, B. Baee, F. Lambrechts and R. Leysen (Belgium ) 
Methodology for accelerated pre-selection of UF type of membranes for large scale applications 
117(1998)85-94 


John van Genderen and Bernard F. Hegarty (The Netherlands) 
Approval testing of membrane water treatment systems 
117(1998)95-105 


A.B.F. Grose, A.J. Smith, A. Donn, J. O'Donnell and D. Welch (UK) 
Supplying high quality drinking water to remote communities in Scotland 
117(1998)107-117 


T. Suzuki, Y. Watanabe, G. Ozawa and S. Ikeda (Japan ) 
Removal of soluble organics and manganese by a hybrid MF hollow fibre membrane system 
117(1998)119-130 


Thor Thorsen (Norway) 
Flux and recovery influences on treatment efficiency in ultrafiltration of coloured drinking water 
117(1998)131-138


Bart van der Bruggen, J. Schaep, W. Maes, D. Wilms and C. Vandecasteele (Belgium) 
Nanofiltration as a treatment method for the removal of pesticides from ground waters 
117(1998)139-147 


Abdelkader Gaid, Guy Bablon, Greg Turner, Jacques Franchet and Jean Christophe Protais (France) 
Performance of 3 years operation of nanofiltration plants 
117(1998)149-158 


Jan Peter van der Hoek, D.O. Rijnbende, C.J.A. Lokin, P.A.C. Bonne, M.T. Loonen and J.A.M.H. Hofman (The Netherlands) 
Electrodialysis as an alternative for reverse osmosis in an integrated membrane system 
117(1998)159-172 


Florian Hell, J. Lahnsteiner, H. Frischherz and G. Baumgartner (Austria) 
Experience with full-scale electrodialysis for nitrate and hardness removal 
117(1998)173-180 


Pierre Cote, Diana Mourato, Christian Gungerich, John Russell and Ed Houghton (Canada) 
Immersed membrane filtration for the production of drinking water: case studies 
117(1998)181-188 


V. Mavrov, H. Chmiel, J. Kluth, J. Meier, F. Heinrich, P. Ames, K. Backes and P. Usner (Germany ) 
Comparative study of different MF and UF membranes for drinking water production 
117(1998)189-196 


William R. Everest, Ian C. Watson and Dennis MacLain (USA) 
Groundwater reclamation by innovative desalting in Orange County, California 
117(1998)197-202 


Colin Reith and Brian Birkenhead (UK) 
Membranes enabling the affordable and cost effective reuse of wastewater as an alternative water source 
117(1998)203-210 


Yoshihiko Mori, T. Oota, M. Hashino, M. Takamura and Y. Fujii (Japan) 
Ozone-microfiltration system 
117(1998)211-218 


Thomas Lebeau, Claire Lelievre, Herve Buisson, Daniel Cleret, Larry W. Van de Venter and Pierre Cote (France) 
Immersed membrane filtration for the production of drinking water: combination with PAC for NOM and SOCs removal 
117(1998)219-231 


N. Couffin, C. Cabassud and V. Lahoussine-Turcaud (France) 
A new process to remove halogenated VOCs for drinking water production: vacuum membrane distillation 
117(1998)233-245 


Georg Hagmeyer and R. Gimbel (Germany) 
Modelling the salt rejection of nanofiltration membranes for ternary ion mixtures and for single salts at different pH values 
117(1998)247-256 


W. Richard Bowen and A. Wahab Mohammad (UK) 
A theoretical basis for specifying nanofiltration membranes Ð dye/salt/water streams 
117(1998)257-264 


Carlos Campos, Benito J. Marinas, Vernon L. Snoeyink, Isabelle Baudin, Jean Michel Laine (USA) 
Adsorption of trace organic compounds in CRISTAL¨ processes 
117(1998)265-271 


Kazutaka Takata, Kazuyoshi Yamamoto, Rulin Bian and Yoshimasa Watanabe (Japan) 
Removal of humic substances with vibratory shear enhanced processing membrane filtration 
117(1998)273-282 


N.A. Mishchuk (Ukraine) 
Perspectives of the electrodialysis intensification 
117(1998)283-296 


Julius Glater (USA ) 
The early history of reverse osmosis membrane development 
117(1998)297-309 


Gerhardt Reibersdorfer, C. Peter Shields and J.W. Strantz (USA) 
The Hollow Fibre CartridgeTM- operational experience with an improved reverse osmosis device/technology 
117(1998)311-321 


Mark Wilf and Kenneth Klinko (USA) 
Effective new pretreatment for seawater reverse osmosis systems 
117(1998)323-331 


John Murrer and Rick Rosberg (UK) 
Desalting of seawater using UF and RO Ð Results of a pilot study 
118(1998)1-4 


Mohammed Badrulla Baig and Abdul Aziz Al-Kutbi (Saudi Arabia) 
Design features of 20 migd SWRO desalination plant, Al Jubail, Saudi Arabia
118(1998)5-12 


M. Safar, M. Jafar, M. Abdel-Jawad and S. Bou-Hamad (Kuwait) 
Standardisation of RO membrane performance 
118(1998)13-21 


R.M. Jaluta, W.M. Elkhatib and A.A. Abufayed (Libya) 
Performance characteristics of a cyclically operated seawater desalination plant in Tajoura, Libya 
118(1998)23-24 


Yasumoto Magara, Akihisa Tabata, Minoru Kohki, Mutsuo Kawasaki and Masahiko Hirose (Japan) 
Development of boron reduction system for sea water desalination 
118(1998)25-34 


A.M. Hassan, M.A.K. Al-Sofi, A.S. Al-Amoudi, A.T.M. Jamaluddin, A.M. Farooque, A. Rowaili, A.G.I. Dalvi, N.M. Kither, G.M. Mustafa and I.A.R. Al-Tisan (Saudi Arabia) 
A new approach to membrane and thermal seawater desalination processes using nanofiltration membranes (Part 1) 
118(1998)35-51 


N. Marsh, J. Howard, S. Rybar, F. Finlayson and A. Linstrum (UK) 
The largest seawater RO plant in the Great Britain 118 (1998)53-62 


Julia E. Nemeth (USA) 
Innovative system designs to optimize performance of ultra-low pressure reverse osmosis membranes 
118(1998)63-71 


C. Guigui, P. Manno, P. Moulin, M.J. Clifton, J.C. Rouch, P. Aptel and J.M. Laine (France ) 
The use of Dean vortices in coiled hollow-fibre ultrafiltration membranes for water and wastewater treatment 
118(1998)73-80 


John S. Baker and Linda Y. Dudley (UK) 
Biofouling in membrane systems - a review 
118(1998)81-90 


P. Geisler, F.U. Hahnenstein, W. Krumm and T. Peters (Germany) 
Pressure exchange systems for energy recovery in reverse osmosis plants 
118(1998)91-91f 


Rob Bos, Lutte Broens, Simon Dost, Stephan van Hoof, Peter van der Maas and Hieke Oosterom (The Netherlands) 
Membrane filtration for greenhouse horticulture. Largest ultrafiltration plant in The Netherlands 
118(1998)93-100 


Jaeweon Cho, Gary Amy, John Pellegrino and Yeomin Yoon (USA ) 
Characterization of clean and natural organic matter (NOM) 
fouled NF and UF membranes, and foulants characterization 
118(1998)101-108 


A. Schafer, A.G. Fane and T.D. Waite (Australia ) 
Nanofiltration of natural organic matter: removal, fouling and the influence of multivalent ions 
118(1998)109-122 


Mohammad A.K. Al-Sofi, A.M. Hassan, Ghulam M. Mustafa, Abdul Ghani I. Dalvi and Mohammed N.M. Kither (Saudi Arabia) 
Nanofiltration as a means of achieving higher TBT of 120oC in MSF 
118(1998)123-129 


Siobhn F.E. Boerlage, Maria D. Kennedy, Meseret Petros Aniye, Elhadi M. Abogrean, Gilbert Galjaard and Jan C. Schippers
(The Netherlands) 
Monitoring particulate fouling in membrane systems 
118(1998)131-142 


S.G. Yiantsios and A.J. Karabelas (Greece ) 
The effect of colloid stability on membrane fouling 
118(1998)143-152 


Thomas Griebe and Hans-Curt Flemming (Germany) 
Biocide-free antifouling strategy to protect RO membranes from biofouling 
118(1998)153-156a 


Hans S. Vrouwenvelder, J.A.M. van Paassen, H.C. Folmer, J.A.M.H. Hofman, M.M. Nederlof and D. van der Kooij (The Netherlands) 
Biofouling of membranes for drinking water production 
118(1998)157-166 


Amy E. Childress and Shivaji S. Deshmukh (USA ) 
Effect of humic substances and anionic surfacants on the surface charge and performance of reverse osmosis membranes 
118(1998)167-174 


Maria D. Kennedy, Soo-Myung Kim, Issac Mutenyo, Lutte Broens and Jan Schippers (The Netherlands) 
Intermittent crossflushing of hollow fiber ultrafiltration systems 
118(1998)175-188 


S. Laborie, C. Cabassud, L. Durand-Bourlier and J.M. La"n (France ) 
Fouling control by air sparging inside hollow fibre membranes Ð effects on energy consumption 
118(1998)189-196 


P. Hillis, M.B. Padley, N.I. Powell and P.M. Gallagher (UK) 
Effects of backwash conditions on out-to-in membrane microfiltration 
118(1998)197-204 


K. Glucina, J.M. Laine and L. Durand-Bourlier (France) 
Assessment of filtration mode for the ultrafiltration membrane process 
118(1998)205-211 


N. Delgrange, C. Cabassud, M. Cabassud, L. Durand-Bourlier and J.M. Laine (France ) 
Modelling of ultrafiltration fouling by neural network 
118(1998)213-227 


Mark A. Thompson and Badi (Steve) 
Azar (USA) 
Evaluation of conventional and membrane processes for softening a North Carolina groundwater 
118(1998)229-238 


Jacques A.M. van Paassen, Joop C. Kruithof, Simon M. Bakker and Frank Schoonenberg Kegel (The Netherlands) 
Integrated multi-objective systems for surface water treatment: pre-treatment of nanofiltration, by riverbank filtration and conventional ground water treatment 
118(1998)239-248 


Stephan C.J.M. van Hoof, C.P.T.M. Duyvesteijn and P.P.R. Vaal (The Netherlands) 
Dead-end ultrafiltration of pretreated and untreated WWTP effluent for re-use in process water applications 
118(1998)249-254 


Thomas Manth, J. Frenzel and A. van Vlerken (Germany) 
Large-scale application of UF and RO in the production of demineralized water 
118(1998)255-262 


W.F.J.M. Nooijen, P.A. de Boks, P.R. Vaal and W.B. Suratt (The Netherlands) 
Production of boiler feed water out of wastewater with microfiltration and reverse osmosis: the new age challenge within reach 
118(1998)263-265 


Philip Holden (UK) 
Anglian Water membrane hybrid system for the soft drinks industry 
118(1998)267-271 


Kati Ruohomaki, Pasi Vaisanen, Sari Metsamuuronen, Maaret Kulovaara and Marianne Nystrom (Finland) 
Characterization and removal of humic substances in ultra- and nanofiltration 
118(1998)273-283 


David Hasson, Raphael Semiat, Dan Bramson, Markus Busch and Bracha Limoni-Relis ( Israel) 
Suppression of CaCO3 scale deposition by anti-scalants 
118(1998)285-296 


Ger Vos, Yvette Brekvoort, Hieke A. Oosterom and Maarten M. Nederlof (The Netherlands) 
Treatment of canal water with ultrafiltration to produce industrial and household water 
118(1998)297-303 


Ora Kedem, L. Schechtman, Y. Mirsky, G. Saveliev and N. Daltrophe (Israel) 
Low-polarisation electrodialysis membranes 
118(1998)305-314 


El Hani Bouhabila, Roger Ben Aim and H. Buisson (France) 
Microfiltration of activated sludge using submerged membrane with air bubbling (application to wastewater treatment) 
118(1998)315-322 


D. Abdessemed, A. Adin and Roger Ben Aim (France ) 
Coupling flocculation with micro-ultrafiltration for waste water treatment and reuse 
118(1998)323


Jadwiga Sojka-Ledakowicz, Tomasz Koprowski, Waldemar Machnowski and Hans Henrik Knudsen (Poland) 
Membrane filtration of textile dyehouse wastewater for technological water reuse 
119(1998)1-10 


Jutta Nuortila-Jokinen, Anne Kuparinen and Marianne Nystrom (Finland ) 
Tailoring an economical membrane process for internal purification in the paper industry 
119(1998)11-19 


Gun Tragardh and Dan Johansson (Sweden) 
Purification of alkaline cleaning solutions from the dairy industry using membrane separation technology 
119(1998)21-29 


Helmut Muller, Gotz Baumgartner, Andre Wortel and Uwe Offermann (Germany) 
Application of a membrane process to close the water circuit within a Vulcan-fibre factory 
119(1998)31-32 


Pinhas Glueckstern and M. Priel (Israel) 
Advanced concept of large seawater desalination systems for Israel 
119(1998)33-45 


Robert Gerard, H. Hachisuka and M. Hirose (The Netherlands) 
New membrane developments expanding the horizon for the application of reverse osmosis technology 
119(1998)47-55 


Walter G.J. van der Meer, M. Riemersma and J.C. van Dijk 
(The Netherlands) 
Only two membrane modules per pressure vessel? Hydraulic optimization of spiral-wound membrane filtration plants 
119(1998)57-64 


Stefan Panglisch, Ulrike Deinert, Walter Dautzenberg, Olaf Kiepke and Rolf Gimbel (Germany) 
Monitoring the integrity of capillary membranes by particle counters 
119(1998)65-72 


Jean Michel Laine, K. Glucina, M. Chamant and P. Simonie (France) 
Acoustic sensor: a novel technique for low pressure membrane integrity monitoring 
119(1998)73-77 


Judith Herschell Green and Michael Tylla (USA) 
A comparison of ultrafiltration on various river waters 
119(1998)79-84 


Klaus Hagen (Germany) 
Removal of particles, bacteria and parasites with ultrafiltration for drinking water treatment 
119(1998)85-91 


Nilaksh Kothari and J.S. Taylor (USA ) 
Pilot scale microfiltration at Manitowoc 
119(1998)93-102 


M.J. Pryor, E.P. Jacobs, J.P. Botes and V.L. Pillay (South Africa) 
A low pressure ultrafiltration membrane system for potable water supply to developing communities in South Africa 
119(1998)103-111 


J.A.M.H. Hofman, M.M. Beumer, E.T. Baars, J.P. van der Hoek and H.M.M. Koppers (The Netherlands) 
Enhanced surface water treatment by ultrafiltration 
119(1998)113-125 


Wentie Ma, Zhicai Sun, Zhongxiang Wang, Yu Bi Feng, Tong Chun Wang, U.S. Chan, Chan Hong Miu and Shucai Zhu (Macau) 
Application of membrane technology for drinking water 
119(1998)127-131 


P. Lipp, G. Baldauf, R. Schick, K. Elsenhans and H.-H. Stabel (Germany) 
Integration of ultrafiltration to conventional drinking water treatment for a better particle removal - efficiency and costs? 
119(1998)133-142 


Samer Adham, Paul Gagliardo, Daniel Smith, David Ross, Karl Gramith and Rhodes Trussell ( USA) 
Monitoring the integrity of reverse osmosis membranes 
119(1998)143-150 


Koji Suda, S. Shibuya, Y. Itoh and T. Kohno (Japan ) 
Development of a tank-submerged type membrane filtration system 
119(1998)151-158 


Sergei P. Agashichev (Russia) 
Modelling concentration polarisation phenomena for membrane channel with cylindrical geometry in an ultafiltration process 
119(1998)159-168 


Kyu-Hong Ahn, Ho-Young Cha, Ick-Tae Yeom and Kyung-Guen Song (Korea) 
Application of nanofiltration for recycling of paper regeneration wastewater and characterization of filtration resistance 
119(1998)169-176 


H.S. Alkhatim, M.I. Alcaina, E. Soriano, M.I. Iborra, J. Lora and J. Arnal (Spain) 
Treatment of whey effluents from dairy industries by nanofiltration membranes 
119(1998)177-184 


Jose M. Arnal, Esteban Campayo, J. Lora Garcia, I. Iborro Clar, M. Alcaina Miranda and M. Sancho Fernandez (Spain) 
Concentration of radioactive waste solutions of iodine (I125) 
from radio immune analysis (RIA) 
using membrane techniques 
119(1998)185- 


D. Barba, F. Beolchini and F. Veglio (Italy) 
Water saving in a two stage diafiltration for the production of whey protein concentrates 
119(1998)187-188 


Sofia Belfer, Y. Purinson and Ora Kedem (Israel) 
Reducing fouling of RO membranes by redox-initiated graft polymerization 
119(1998)189- 


Michal Bodzek and Krystina Konieczny (Poland) 
Comparison of ceramic and capillary membranes in the treatment of natural water by means of ultrafiltration and microfiltration 
119(1998)191-198 


Ingrida Bremere, Maria D. Kennedy, Amayo Johnson, Rani van Emmerik, Geert-Jan Witkamp and Jan C. Schippers (The Netherlands) 
Increasing conversion in membrane filtration systems using a desupersaturation unit to prevent scaling 
119(1998)199-204 


Giovanni Del Re, G. Di Giacomo, L. Aloisio and M. Terreri (Italy) 
RO treatment of waste waters from dairy industry 
119(1998)205-206 


Sadeq Ebrahim, M. Abdel-Jawad, A. Al-Saffar and M. Al-Tabtabaei (Kuwait) 
Performance assessment of seawater reserve osmosis membranes 
119(1998)207- 


J. Faber, P.P.J.M. van Oort and A. Reigersman (The Netherlands) 
An example of water conservation and wastewater minimization by membrane filtration 
119(1998)209-212 


A. Fahnrich, Valko Mavrov and H. Chmiel (Germany) 
Membrane processes for water reuse in the food industry 
119(1998)213-216 


Harry Futselaar and Dick C. Weijenberg (The Netherlands) 
System design for large-scale ultrafiltration applications 
119(1998)217-224 


A. Gomez Gotor, S. Bachir and C. Argudo (Spain) 
Analysis and behaviour of chloride solutions in flat reverse osmosis membranes 
119(1998)225-228 


Stefan A. Huber (Germany) 
Evidence for membrane fouling by specific TOC constituents 
119(1998)229-234 


Pia Huikuri, Laina Salonen and Oliver Raff (Germany) 
Removal of natural radionuclides from drinking water by point of entry reverse osmosis 
119(1998)235-239 


Zoran Jankovic (Yugoslavia) 
Possibilities for the rational use of energy from thermal waters 
119(1998)241- 


Mike Jenkins and Matthew B. Tanner (USA) 
Operational experience with a new fouling resistant reverse osmosis membrane 
119(1998)243-250 


Krystina Konieczny (Poland) 
Disinfection of surface and ground waters with polymeric ultrafiltration membranes 
119(1998)251-258 


Seymour S. Kremen and Matt Tanner (USA) 
Silt density indiced (SDI), percent plugging factor (%PF): their relation to actual foulant deposition 
119(1998)259-262 


Maarten M. Nederlof, Joop C. Kruithof, Jan A.M.H. Hofman, Martin de Koning, Jan-Peter van der Hoek and Paul A.C. Bonne 
(The Netherlands) 
Integrated multi-objective membrane system applications of reverse osmosis at the Amsterdam Water Supply 
119(1998)263-273 


H. Oosterom, G. Galjaard, M.M. Nederlof and J.C. Schippers 
(The Netherlands) 
Feasibility of micro- and ultrafiltration for the direct treatment of surface water: results of various pilot studies 
119(1998)275-276 


Stefan Panglisch, Walter Dautzenberg, Olaf Kiepke, Rolf Gimbel, Jurgen Gebel, Anette Kirsch and Martin Exner (Germany) 
Ultra- and microfiltration pilot plant investigations to treat reservoir water 
119(1998)277-288 


Thomas A. Peters (Germany) 
Purification of landfill leachate with reverse osmosis and nanofiltration 
119(1998)289-293 


Johan Schaep, Bart van der Bruggen, Steven Uytterhoeven, Raf Croux, Carlo Vandecasteele, Dirk Wilms, Emmanuel Van Houtte and Frans Vanlerberghe (Belgium) 
Removal of hardness from groundwater by nanofiltration 
119(1998)295-302 


A. Szymczyk, P. Fievet, J.C. Reggiani and J. Pagetti (France) 
Characterisation of surface properties of ceramic ultrafiltration membranes by studying diffusion-driven transport and streaming potential 
119(1998)303-308 


A. Szymczyk, P. Fievet, M. Mullet, J.C. Reggiani and J. Pagetti (France) 
Study of electrokinetic properties of plate ceramic membranes by electroosmosis and streaming potential 
119(1998)309-314 


George Tchobanoglous, Jeannie Darby, Keith Bourgeous, John McArdle, Paul Genest and Michael Tylla (Germany) 
Ultrafiltration as an advanced tertiary treatment process for municipal wastewater 
119(1998)315-322 


Wataru Tsujimoto, Haruo Kimura, Tomohiro Izu and Takashi Irie (Japan) 
Membrane filtration and pre-treatment by GAC 
119(1998)323-326 


E. Tzen, K. Perrakis and P. Baltas (Greece) 
Design of a stand alone PV-desalination system for rural areas 
119(1998)327-324 


Patrick Weber and Rudiger Knauf (Germany) 
Ultrafiltration of surface water with ¨MOLPURE FW50 hollow fiber module 
119(1998)335-339 


L.P. Wessels, W.G.J. Van der Meer, W.C. Van Paassen and G. Vos (The Netherlands) 
Innovative design of nano- and ultrafiltration plants 
119(1998)341-345 


E. Wittmann, P. Cote, C. Medici, J. Leech and A.G. Turner (France) 
Treatment of a hard borehole water containing low levels of pesticide by nanofiltration 
119(1998)347-352 


H. Wang and G. Zhang (China, PR) 
Development of portable pure water station 
119(1998)353-354 


Guoping Zhang and J. Shong (China, PR) 
Production of ultrapure water STN-LCD process line 
119(1998)353-356 


C.P.T.M. Duyvesteijn (The Netherlands) 
Water re-use in an oil refinery 
119(1998)357-358 


Inderjeet Kaur, G.S. Chauhan and B.N. Misra (India) 
Modification of tefzel film by graft copolymerization of methacrylonitrile for use as membrane 
119(1998)359-360 


V.N. Mynin and G.V. Terpugov (Russia) 
Purification of waste water from heavy metals by using ceramic membranes and natural polyelectrolytes 
119(1998)361-362 


V.N. Mynin and G.V. Terpugov (Russia) 
A membrane apparatus design for cellulose-paper manufacture drains purification 
119(1998)363-364