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TitleInteraction between different fouling agents in water systems
Author(s)Oliveira, Rosário
Vieira, M. J.
Melo, L. F.
Pinheiro, Maria Manuela
Issue date1990
Abstract(s)Most of the fouling studies have been up to now focused on the build up of deposits caused by only one foulant. Although this type of research allows a more clear identification of the mechanisms involved in the formation of deposits, the study of more realistic situations is now needed. The paper reports the results of fouling tests where different fouling agents were present in water: kaolin plus magnetite particles, and bacteria (Pseudomonas jl.uorescens) plus kaolin particles. Deposit formation was monitored through heat transfer measurements. The tests were performed with water flowing at several velocities and the data were compared with previous results obtained using a single foulant. in an attempt to determine possible changes in the processes controlling the fouling rate. Increased fouling resistances and rates were observed when kaolin particles were suspended in the bacteria - - water system. The kaolin - magnetite interaction seems to decrease the final amount of deposit and, at the same time, to increase its mechanical strength. Modifications in the metabolic processes or in the adhesion forces may account for the observed changes.
TypeConference paper
DescriptionPublicado em "Heat transfer 1990 : proceedings of the Ninth International Heat Transfer Conference", Jerusalem, Israel, Vol. 5 (1990)
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/26188
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
Appears in Collections:CEB - Artigos em Livros de Atas / Papers in Proceedings

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