A Guide to Filtration with String Wound Cartridges: Influence of Winding Parameters on Filtration Behaviour of String Wound Filter Cartridges explains the science behind winding phenomena with reference to the use of string wound cartridges in various environments, and is helpful in educating aspiring researchers and technicians on these new technologies that seek to quell the ongoing scarcity of water through the use of new and emerging filtration techniques.
The book provides detailed information about cartridge winding parameters, the number of layers put on the cartridge, their necessary availability, and the retention capacity and pressure drop. In addition, the book provides guidelines regarding the selection of winding variables so that new cartridges that cater to the specific porosity of different sized particles can be developed.
- Presents data and conclusions that are based on actual experimental work
- Provides explanations on why winding parameters influence the performance of wound cartridges
- Describes problems encountered during cartridge formation and during its use in filter testing
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Chapter 1: Introduction to Water World
Chapter 2: Terms, Test Methods, and Types of Filters
Chapter 3: Selection of Raw Materials and Their Conversion into Wound-Filter Cartridges: Defining Various Winding Terms and Their Importance
Chapter 4: Influence of Wind/Traverse Ratio on Wound Filter Performance
Chapter 5: Influence of Winding Tension and Spindle Speed on Wound Filter Performance
Chapter 6: Influence of Full Package Diameter on Wound Filter Performance
Chapter 7: Influence of Fineness of Feed Material on Wound Filter Performance
Chapter 8: Applying Mathematical Tools
Faculty of Technology and Engineering, The M.S. University of Baroda, Vadodara, Gujarat, India
Bhattacharya, Someshwar S.
Professor Someshwar S. Bhattacharya is the head and vice dean of the Technology and Engineering Department of the M.S. University of Baroda in India. In 2000 he was awarded for his AICTE R&D project. His thesis was short-listed in first ten for best thesis for Indian Academy of Engineering, New- Delhi in 2008. In 2012 his article on the development of prototype bandage lapper for constant tension bandaging published in Journal of Tissue Viability was recognized as one of the best papers. He is advisory board member of the Textile journal.