Simon Judd, author of The MBR Book, Watermaths, and Industrial MBRs, offers observations on membrane technology in this occasional blog.
Professor Simon Judd lectures at Cranfield University in the UK and Qatar University in the Middle East. He has over 20 years’ experience in teaching the fundamentals of water and wastewater technologies and is an acknowledged expert in membrane bioreactor technology and produced water.
Simon has written a number of text books on water and wastewater treatment, including ‘Watermaths‘, a textbook for undergraduates and practitioners on maths for water and wastewater treatment technologies.
He continues to conduct research into wastewater technologies, specialising in membrane bioreactors and produced water, and provides consultancy on water and wastewater treatment to clients across the globe. Contact Simon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
23 April 2014Read more
Length, area and volume are expressed in three different units in specific flux. To resolve to a single unit of length would require converting gallons to either cubic feet or cubic inches. Then there’s the concept of ‘pounds force’, force being mass times gravitational acceleration ... Read more
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According to the great Tom Lehrer: “Life is like a sewer: what you get out of it depends on what you put in”. In which case, of course, wastewater treatment reflects life. A big selling point of MBRs is the constant and high wastewater quality – so taken for granted that it hardly features at all in the discussion pages of The MBR Group on LinkedIn. ... Read more