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    Ammonium recovery and energy production from urine by a microbial fuel cell \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
    Kuntke, P. \ Smiech, K.M. \ Bruning, H. \ Zeeman, G. \ Saakes, M. \ Sleutels, T.H.J.A. \ Hamelers, H.V.M. \ Buisman, C.J.N. \ 2012
    Nitrogen recovery through NH3 stripping is energy intensive and requires large amounts of chemicals. Therefore, a microbial fuel cell was developed to simultaneously produce energy and recover ammonium. The applied microbial fuel cell used a gas diff ...
    CO2 saturated water as two-phase flow for fouling control in reverse electrodialysis \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
    Moreno, J. \ Hart, N. de \ Saakes, M. \ Nijmeijer, K. \ 2017
    When natural feed waters are used in the operation of a reverse electrodialysis (RED) stack, severe fouling on the ion exchange membranes and spacers occurs. Fouling of the RED stack has a strong influence on the gross power density output; which can ...
    Fouling in reverse electrodialysis under natural conditions \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
    Vermaas, D.A. \ Kunteng, D. \ Saakes, M. \ Nijmeijer, K. \ 2013
    Renewable energy can be generated from mixing salt water and fresh water in reverse electrodialysis. To investigate the effect of fouling when such natural feed waters are used, the performance of three different setups for reverse electrodialysis wa ...
    Toekomst gloort voor nieuwe duurzame energiebron \ Land + water : magazine voor civiele- en milieutechniek [Artikel]
    Saakes, M. \ 2007
    Geschat wordt dat blauwe energie, gewonnen uit het verschil in zoutconcentratie tussen zoet en zout water, theoretisch 20 procent van de wereldenergiebehoefte kan dekken. Nederlands onderzoek richt zich onder meer op het realiseren van dunnere membra ...
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