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314R-11 Guide to Simplified Design for Reinforced Concrete by ACI Committee 314

By ACI Committee 314

Summary: (For constructions of constrained measurement and peak, in line with ACI 318-11 and IPS-1, "Essential standards for bolstered Concrete Buildings"

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In the first edition of this book, we expressed a preference for the name "hyperfiltration" for the separation of salts and other low-molecularweight solutes (crystalloids in the colloid literature) from solvent, by passage, under pressure, through a selective membrane. The name stresses 8. , filtration of colloids, as well as with ordinary filtration of particulates. We do not imply anything about mechanism by our use of the term. Much of ultrafiltration can be interpreted in terms of screening out of particles by a matrix which has pores of suitable dimensions.

FEED CHANNEL WITH M E M B R A N E AND BACKING M A T E R I A L PRODUCT PUMP ^ AND f j PRESSURIZER^ TURBINE INTAKE WASTE FIG. 2. Hyperfiltration—conceptual design. lutions on the two sides of the membrane and ma = m^. As the flux is increased, R increases and may reach an asymptotic limit characteristic of the rejection ability of the membrane. The diagram of Fig. 1 is greatly oversimplified. If the inflowing solution is not stirred (and if there is no convection) and if the system is operated at a substantial transmission rate (v0) of water, a rapid build-up of rejected salts against the membrane face occurs; c a becomes much larger than the feed concentration cf since diffusion and natural convection of salt away from the surface are slow.

The ideal curve, computed for φ = 1 and unit activity coeffi­ cients of solute at all concentrations of NaCl, is different from those com­ puted with variations in φ and γ± considered, but good estimates of minimum free energy can nevertheless be made from it. 73 kWh/metric ton of product would be computed from the ideal curve. 8) which assumes that the partial molal volume (V 0) of water is independent of pressure and concentration and equal to the molal volume V0. 1. For aqueous 8. Hyperfiltration (Reverse 411 Osmosis) solutions Eq.

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