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“…The presence of bacteria in MBR effluents is likely due to the fact that absolute pore sizes of membranes are larger than their nominal values, resulting in a lack of total removal based on size exclusion (Arkhangelsky et al 2012; Hirani et al 2010). Another factor affecting the passage of bacteria through MF membranes is their potential deformability under pressure filtration (Helling et al 2017).…”
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“…The presence of bacteria in MBR effluents is likely due to the fact that absolute pore sizes of membranes are larger than their nominal values, resulting in a lack of total removal based on size exclusion (Arkhangelsky et al 2012; Hirani et al 2010). Another factor affecting the passage of bacteria through MF membranes is their potential deformability under pressure filtration (Helling et al 2017).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…These findings confirm those of previous studies which indicate that although MBRs provide higher microbial removal rates than conventional wastewater treatment systems, effluents still contain detectable levels of potentially harmful bacteria (Francy et al 2012 ; Ghayeni et al 1999 ; Zhang and Farahbakhsh 2007 ). The presence of bacteria in MBR effluents is likely due to the fact that absolute pore sizes of membranes are larger than their nominal values, resulting in a lack of total removal based on size exclusion (Arkhangelsky et al 2012 ; Hirani et al 2010 ). Another factor affecting the passage of bacteria through MF membranes is their potential deformability under pressure filtration (Helling et al 2017 ).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…The membrane integrity was checked with T4 bacteriophages cultivated following the procedure detailed in Arkhangelsky et al The tests were performed at 0.5 and 5.0 bar TMP and ambient temperature with fresh suspensions to minimize possibilities for shape change and aggregation …”
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“…To further validate pore size distributions obtained via image analysis of FE-SEM micrographs, MWCO tests were carried out to characterise the separation ability of the asymmetric AAMs. The pore size of the asymmetric membrane can be correlated based on the following equations [31,32]:…”
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