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Title: Fouling control and modeling in reverse osmosis for seawater desalination: A review
Authors: Najid, Noura
Hakizimana, Jean Nepo
Kouzbour, Sanaa
Gourich, Bouchaib
Ruiz-García, Alejandro 
Vial, Christophe
Stiriba, Youssef
Semiat, Raphael
UNESCO Clasification: 2508 Hidrología
Keywords: Computer Fluid Dynamics (Cfd)
Desalination
Fouling Control
Macroscale Modeling
Membrane Technologies, et al
Issue Date: 2022
Journal: Computers and Chemical Engineering 
Abstract: The development of the antifouling Reverse Osmosis (RO) membranes requires modeling and simulation as an essential tool alongside the progress of RO membrane technologies. After discussing the most recent knowledge on fouling, cleaning procedures, and pretreatment technologies, this review highlights the recent advances in RO membranes technology, together with macroscale and microscale modeling that could lead the full development of antifouling RO membrane. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) emerges as a promising modeling tool that could fully capture all mechanisms/phenomena involved in RO and fouling. For the successful simulation of fouling coupled to RO process, the development of models achieving a trade-off between computational cost and accuracy requirements that can be applied to all fouling types requires further theoretical development in the future.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/114786
ISSN: 0098-1354
DOI: 10.1016/j.compchemeng.2022.107794
Source: Computers and Chemical Engineering[ISSN 0098-1354],v. 162, (Junio 2022)
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