Seungkwan Hong
Seungkwan Hong
Professor of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, Korea University
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Chemical and physical aspects of natural organic matter (NOM) fouling of nanofiltration membranes
S Hong, M Elimelech
Journal of membrane science 132 (2), 159-181, 1997
Influence of membrane surface properties on initial rate of colloidal fouling of reverse osmosis and nanofiltration membranes
EM Vrijenhoek, S Hong, M Elimelech
Journal of membrane science 188 (1), 115-128, 2001
Comparison of fouling behavior in forward osmosis (FO) and reverse osmosis (RO)
S Lee, C Boo, M Elimelech, S Hong
Journal of membrane science 365 (1-2), 34-39, 2010
Role of membrane surface morphology in colloidal fouling of cellulose acetate and composite aromatic polyamide reverse osmosis membranes
M Elimelech, X Zhu, AE Childress, S Hong
Journal of membrane science 127 (1), 101-109, 1997
A novel low energy fertilizer driven forward osmosis desalination for direct fertigation: evaluating the performance of fertilizer draw solutions
S Phuntsho, HK Shon, S Hong, S Lee, S Vigneswaran
Journal of membrane science 375 (1-2), 172-181, 2011
Fouling Control in Activated Sludge Submerged Hollow Fiber Membrane Bioreactors
AR S. Hong, T. Bae, T. Tak, S. Hong
Desalination 143, 219-228, 2002
The search for a chlorine-resistant reverse osmosis membrane
J Glater, S Hong, M Elimelech
Desalination 95 (3), 325-345, 1994
A comprehensive review of energy consumption of seawater reverse osmosis desalination plants
J Kim, K Park, DR Yang, S Hong
Applied Energy 254, 113652, 2019
Electrospun polystyrene nanofiber membrane with superhydrophobicity and superoleophilicity for selective separation of water and low viscous oil
MW Lee, S An, SS Latthe, C Lee, S Hong, SS Yoon
ACS applied materials & interfaces 5 (21), 10597-10604, 2013
A comprehensive review of hybrid forward osmosis systems: Performance, applications and future prospects
L Chekli, S Phuntsho, JE Kim, J Kim, JY Choi, JS Choi, S Kim, JH Kim, ...
Journal of Membrane Science 497, 430-449, 2016
Applications of capacitive deionization: Desalination, softening, selective removal, and energy efficiency
J Choi, P Dorji, HK Shon, S Hong
Desalination 449, 118-130, 2019
Fouling control in a forward osmosis process integrating seawater desalination and wastewater reclamation
C Boo, M Elimelech, S Hong
Journal of Membrane Science 444, 148-156, 2013
Colloidal fouling in forward osmosis: Role of reverse salt diffusion
C Boo, S Lee, M Elimelech, Z Meng, S Hong
Journal of membrane science 390, 277-284, 2012
Blended fertilizers as draw solutions for fertilizer-drawn forward osmosis desalination
S Phuntsho, HK Shon, T Majeed, I El Saliby, S Vigneswaran, ...
Environmental science & technology 46 (8), 4567-4575, 2012
Combined organic and colloidal fouling in forward osmosis: Fouling reversibility and the role of applied pressure
Y Kim, M Elimelech, HK Shon, S Hong
Journal of Membrane Science 460, 206-212, 2014
Kinetics of permeate flux decline in crossflow membrane filtration of colloidal suspensions
S Hong, RS Faibish, M Elimelech
Journal of colloid and interface science 196 (2), 267-277, 1997
Towards a low-energy seawater reverse osmosis desalination plant: A review and theoretical analysis for future directions
K Park, J Kim, DR Yang, S Hong
Journal of Membrane Science 595, 117607, 2020
Influence of temperature and temperature difference in the performance of forward osmosis desalination process
S Phuntsho, S Vigneswaran, J Kandasamy, S Hong, S Lee, HK Shon
Journal of membrane science 415, 734-744, 2012
Fabrication of polyamide thin film composite reverse osmosis membranes via support-free interfacial polymerization
SJ Park, W Choi, SE Nam, S Hong, JS Lee, JH Lee
Journal of Membrane Science 526, 52-59, 2017
Characteristics of iron corrosion scales established under blending of ground, surface, and saline waters and their impacts on iron release in the pipe distribution system
Z Tang, S Hong, W Xiao, J Taylor
Corrosion Science 48 (2), 322-342, 2006
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