Dr. Mark Wilf

Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Scheduled Webinars by Expert

June 2022

Membrane Desalination Process Fundamentals
Date: 09 June 2022 (Thursday)
Time: 10.00 am , ~90 Min
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Language: English
Registration Fee: Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 1 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This part 1 webinar on “Membrane Desalination Process Fundamentals” discusses about RO process terms; Concept of semipermeable membranes for water-salt separation; Configurations of asymmetric and composite membranes; Membrane elements manufacturing process; Commercial membrane types: microfiltration, ultrafiltration, softening, brackish, seawater; and Membrane elements configuration - spiral wound and hollow fibers. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Membrane Performance
Date: 10 June 2022 (Friday)
Time: 10.00 am CET , ~90 Min
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Language: English
Registration Fee: Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 2 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This part 2 webinar on “RO Membrane Performance” discusses about: Effect of feed water composition and process parameters on membrane performance; Translation of nominal test data to element performance in filed conditions; Effect of feed water composition and process parameters on membrane and system operation; Nominal membrane performance and nominal test conditions; Water transport and salt transport; and Membrane performance in commercial RO systems. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Configuration of RO Membrane Units
Date: 13 June 2022 (Monday)
Time: 10.00 am , ~90 Min
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Language: English
Registration Fee: Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 3 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 3 webinar on “Configuration of RO Membrane Units” discusses about: Membrane elements and pressure vessels; Single stage and multistage membrane unit configuration; Single pass and two pass RO unit configuration; Configuration of membrane systems; Control of RO system operation; Preliminary sizing of membrane unit; and Preliminary calculations of membrane unit performance. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Applied Water Chemistry of Desalination Processes
Date: 14 June 2022 (Tuesday)
Time: 10.00 am , ~90 Min
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Language: English
Registration Fee: Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 4 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 4 webinar on “Applied Water Chemistry of Desalination Processes” discusses about: Feed water types and representative water composition; Analytical data required for the desalination process design; Chemicals used in the pretreatment process; The carbonate system, alkalinity calculations; Calcium carbonate saturation indicators, methods of calculation; Saturation limits of other sparingly soluble salts; and Scale inhibitors. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Desalination Plant Feed Water and Concentrate Management
Date: 15 June 2022 (Wednesday)
Time: 10.00 am , ~90 Min
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Language: English
Registration Fee: Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 5 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 5 webinar on “RO Desalination Plant Feed Water and Concentrate Management” discusses about: Brackish wells; Seawater beach wells; Infiltration galleries; Seawater intakes; Concentrate discharge, brackish and seawater; Municipal effluent; and Feed water quality indicators. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Pretreatment System: Conventional Treatment
Date: 16 June 2022 (Thursday)
Time: 10.00 am , ~90 Min
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Language: English
Registration Fee: Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 6 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 6 webinar on “RO Pretreatment System: Conventional Treatment” discusses about: Components of conventional pretreatment systems, brackish and seawater; Dissolved Air flotation; Coagulation and flocculation; Medial filtration; Chemicals dosing systems; Sizing of conventional filtration systems; Operation of conventional pretreatment system; Determination of operating parameters and usage of chemicals; and Solids management system. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Pretreatment System: Membrane Filtration
Date: 17 June 2022 (Friday)
Time: 10.00 am , ~90 Min
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Language: English
Registration Fee: Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 7 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 7 webinar on “RO Pretreatment System: Membrane Filtration” discusses about: Fundamentals of membrane filtration technology; Membranes and membrane modules configuration; Pressure driven membrane filtration technology; Vacuum driven membrane filtration technology; Ceramic membranes; Membrane filtration system configurations; Sizing membrane filtration systems; Membrane integrity testing; Membrane filtration applied to potable water treatment; Membrane filtration applied to wastewater reclamation; Membrane filtration applied to seawater desalination; Determination of operating parameters and usage of chemicals; Membrane filtration cleaning procedures; Economics of membrane filtration as RO pretreatment and Comparison of conventional and membrane pretreatment. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO System Performance Projection
Date: 20 June 2022 (Monday)
Time: 10.00 am , ~90 Min
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Language: English
Registration Fee: Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 8 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 8 webinar on “RO System Performance Projection” discusses about: Methods of RO membranes performance calculations; Algorithm of computer program for performance projection; Features of commercial computer programs; Examples of determination of process parameters and performance calculations; Optimization of system performance utilizing computer calculations; “Split Partial” two pass permeate processing; Hybrid system configurations; and Alternatives of boron reduction in seawater RO systems. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Pumping and Energy Recovery Equipment in RO Desalination Plant
Date: 21 June 2022 (Tuesday)
Time: 10.00 am , ~90 Min
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Language: English
Registration Fee: Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 9 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 9 webinar on “Pumping and Energy Recovery Equipment in RO Desalination Plant” discusses about: RO plant hydraulic profile; Pumps types in RO applications; Energy recovery devices in RO applications; Alternative configurations of feed water pumping in RO systems; Components of energy usage in RO process; and Optimization of energy usage in RO process. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Permeate Post Treatment Process
Date: 22 June 2022 (Wednesday)
Time: 10.00 am EST , ~90 Min
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Language: English
Registration Fee: Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 10 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 10 webinar on “RO Permeate Post Treatment Process” discusses about: Chemistry of post treatment process; Configurations of post treatment process in low salinity feed RO systems; Calculations of carbonate equilibriums and chemicals usage for permeate treatment in low salinity feed RO systems; Configurations of post treatment process in seawater RO systems; and Calculations of carbonate equilibriums and chemicals usage for permeate treatment in seawater RO systems. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Desalination System Design Fundamentals
Date: 23 June 2022 (Thursday)
Time: 10.00 am , ~90 Min
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Language: English
Registration Fee: Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 11 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 11 webinar on “Desalination System Design Fundamentals” discusses about: Project specifications; Process development; Calculation of membrane performance; Process and instrumentation diagram; Mechanical equipment drawings; Bill of materials; Major equipment components; System layout; and Calculation of desalination plant economics, system cost and operating cost. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Membrane Elements Performance Normalization
Date: 24 June 2022 (Friday)
Time: 10.00 am EST , ~90 Min
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Language: English
Registration Fee: Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 12 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 12 webinar on “RO Membrane Elements Performance Normalization” discusses about: Collection of RO system operating parameters; Calculation of normalized membrane performance; Determination of membrane performance trend; and Application of normalized performance to optimize effectiveness of membrane cleaning and membrane replacement. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Membrane Fouling and Performance Recovery
Date: 27 June 2022 (Monday)
Time: 10.00 am EST , ~90 Min
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Language: English
Registration Fee: Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 13 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 13 webinar on “RO Membrane Fouling and Performance Recovery” discusses about: Membrane fouling phenomena; Symptoms of membrane fouling; Membrane elements performance testing and examination procedures; Cleaning system sizing and membrane cleaning procedures; and Optimization of performance recovery through membranes cleaning. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Pilot Unit Configurations & Operation and Economics of RO Process
Date: 28 June 2022 (Tuesday)
Time: 10.00 am , ~90 Min
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Language: English
Registration Fee: Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 14 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 14 webinar on “RO Pilot Unit Configurations & Operation and Economics of RO Process” discusses about: Objectives of pilot unit testing program; Alternative configurations of pilot units; Low salinity feed water; Secondary effluent; Seawater feed water; and Operation of pilot unit, data recording and evaluation of results. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Wastewater Reclamation using RO Technology
Date: 29 June 2022 (Wednesday)
Time: 10.00 am ET (US Time) , ~90 Min
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Language: English
Registration Fee: Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 15 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 15 webinar on “Wastewater Reclamation using RO Technology” discusses about: Overview of treatment of municipal wastewater; Range of compositions of the secondary effluent; Configuration of advanced wastewater reclamation systems; Design parameters of wastewater reclamation process; and Sizing of major equipment and system design. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

On-demard Webinars by Expert

Membrane Desalination Process Fundamentals
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Member: 150 US$
Non-Member: 225 US$
Group (5 Pax): 600 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 1 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This part 1 webinar on “Membrane Desalination Process Fundamentals” discusses about RO process terms; Concept of semipermeable membranes for water-salt separation; Configurations of asymmetric and composite membranes; Membrane elements manufacturing process; Commercial membrane types: microfiltration, ultrafiltration, softening, brackish, seawater; and Membrane elements configuration - spiral wound and hollow fibers. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Membrane Performance
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Member: 150 US$
Non-Member: 225 US$
Group (5 Pax): 600 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 2 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This part 2 webinar on “RO Membrane Performance” discusses about: Effect of feed water composition and process parameters on membrane performance; Translation of nominal test data to element performance in filed conditions; Effect of feed water composition and process parameters on membrane and system operation; Nominal membrane performance and nominal test conditions; Water transport and salt transport; and Membrane performance in commercial RO systems. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Configuration of RO Membrane Units
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Member: 150 US$
Non-Member: 225 US$
Group (5 Pax): 600 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
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Description: This webinar is Part 3 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 3 webinar on “Configuration of RO Membrane Units” discusses about: Membrane elements and pressure vessels; Single stage and multistage membrane unit configuration; Single pass and two pass RO unit configuration; Configuration of membrane systems; Control of RO system operation; Preliminary sizing of membrane unit; and Preliminary calculations of membrane unit performance. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Applied Water Chemistry of Desalination Processes
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Member: 150 US$
Non-Member: 225 US$
Group (5 Pax): 0 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
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Description: This webinar is Part 4 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 4 webinar on “Applied Water Chemistry of Desalination Processes” discusses about: Feed water types and representative water composition; Analytical data required for the desalination process design; Chemicals used in the pretreatment process; The carbonate system, alkalinity calculations; Calcium carbonate saturation indicators, methods of calculation; Saturation limits of other sparingly soluble salts; and Scale inhibitors. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Desalination Plant Feed Water and Concentrate Management
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Member: 150 US$
Non-Member: 225 US$
Group (5 Pax): 600 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
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Description: This webinar is Part 5 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 5 webinar on “RO Desalination Plant Feed Water and Concentrate Management” discusses about: Brackish wells; Seawater beach wells; Infiltration galleries; Seawater intakes; Concentrate discharge, brackish and seawater; Municipal effluent; and Feed water quality indicators. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Pretreatment System: Conventional Treatment
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Member: 150 US$
Non-Member: 225 US$
Group (5 Pax): 600 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
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Description: This webinar is Part 6 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 6 webinar on “RO Pretreatment System: Conventional Treatment” discusses about: Components of conventional pretreatment systems, brackish and seawater; Dissolved Air flotation; Coagulation and flocculation; Medial filtration; Chemicals dosing systems; Sizing of conventional filtration systems; Operation of conventional pretreatment system; Determination of operating parameters and usage of chemicals; and Solids management system. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Pretreatment System: Membrane Filtration
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Member: 150 US$
Non-Member: 225 US$
Group (5 Pax): 600 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
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Description: This webinar is Part 7 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 7 webinar on “RO Pretreatment System: Membrane Filtration” discusses about: Fundamentals of membrane filtration technology; Membranes and membrane modules configuration; Pressure driven membrane filtration technology; Vacuum driven membrane filtration technology; Ceramic membranes; Membrane filtration system configurations; Sizing membrane filtration systems; Membrane integrity testing; Membrane filtration applied to potable water treatment; Membrane filtration applied to wastewater reclamation; Membrane filtration applied to seawater desalination; Determination of operating parameters and usage of chemicals; Membrane filtration cleaning procedures; Economics of membrane filtration as RO pretreatment and Comparison of conventional and membrane pretreatment. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO System Performance Projection
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Member: 150 US$
Non-Member: 225 US$
Group (5 Pax): 600 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
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Description: This webinar is Part 8 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 8 webinar on “RO System Performance Projection” discusses about: Methods of RO membranes performance calculations; Algorithm of computer program for performance projection; Features of commercial computer programs; Examples of determination of process parameters and performance calculations; Optimization of system performance utilizing computer calculations; “Split Partial” two pass permeate processing; Hybrid system configurations; and Alternatives of boron reduction in seawater RO systems. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Pumping and Energy Recovery Equipment in RO Desalination Plant
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Member: 150 US$
Non-Member: 225 US$
Group (5 Pax): 600 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
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Description: This webinar is Part 9 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 9 webinar on “Pumping and Energy Recovery Equipment in RO Desalination Plant” discusses about: RO plant hydraulic profile; Pumps types in RO applications; Energy recovery devices in RO applications; Alternative configurations of feed water pumping in RO systems; Components of energy usage in RO process; and Optimization of energy usage in RO process. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Permeate Post Treatment Process
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Member: 150 US$
Non-Member: 225 US$
Group (5 Pax): 600 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
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Description: This webinar is Part 10 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 10 webinar on “RO Permeate Post Treatment Process” discusses about: Chemistry of post treatment process; Configurations of post treatment process in low salinity feed RO systems; Calculations of carbonate equilibriums and chemicals usage for permeate treatment in low salinity feed RO systems; Configurations of post treatment process in seawater RO systems; and Calculations of carbonate equilibriums and chemicals usage for permeate treatment in seawater RO systems. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Desalination System Design Fundamentals
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Member: 150 US$
Non-Member: 225 US$
Group (5 Pax): 600 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
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Description: This webinar is Part 11 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 11 webinar on “Desalination System Design Fundamentals” discusses about: Project specifications; Process development; Calculation of membrane performance; Process and instrumentation diagram; Mechanical equipment drawings; Bill of materials; Major equipment components; System layout; and Calculation of desalination plant economics, system cost and operating cost. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Membrane Elements Performance Normalization
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Member: 150 US$
Non-Member: 225 US$
Group (5 Pax): 600 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
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Description: This webinar is Part 12 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 12 webinar on “RO Membrane Elements Performance Normalization” discusses about: Collection of RO system operating parameters; Calculation of normalized membrane performance; Determination of membrane performance trend; and Application of normalized performance to optimize effectiveness of membrane cleaning and membrane replacement. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Membrane Fouling and Performance Recovery
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Member: 150 US$
Non-Member: 225 US$
Group (5 Pax): 600 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
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Description: This webinar is Part 13 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 13 webinar on “RO Membrane Fouling and Performance Recovery” discusses about: Membrane fouling phenomena; Symptoms of membrane fouling; Membrane elements performance testing and examination procedures; Cleaning system sizing and membrane cleaning procedures; and Optimization of performance recovery through membranes cleaning. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Pilot Unit Configurations & Operation and Economics of RO Process
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Member: 150 US$
Non-Member: 225 US$
Group (5 Pax): 600 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 14 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 14 webinar on “RO Pilot Unit Configurations & Operation and Economics of RO Process” discusses about: Objectives of pilot unit testing program; Alternative configurations of pilot units; Low salinity feed water; Secondary effluent; Seawater feed water; and Operation of pilot unit, data recording and evaluation of results. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Wastewater Reclamation using RO Technology
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Member: 150 US$
Non-Member: 225 US$
Group (5 Pax): 600 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
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Description: This webinar is Part 15 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 15 webinar on “Wastewater Reclamation using RO Technology” discusses about: Overview of treatment of municipal wastewater; Range of compositions of the secondary effluent; Configuration of advanced wastewater reclamation systems; Design parameters of wastewater reclamation process; and Sizing of major equipment and system design. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Q&A Session 2021 (USA) - RO Desalination
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Individual: 150 US$
Group (5 Pax): 500 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
To Register: Details & Register
Description: KnowHow Webinar Q&A Session is an additional feature of KnowHow Webinars. In this session, participants can ask questions to KnowHow Webinar Experts. Questions can be sent in advance by email or ask questions during live session. The invited expert is Dr. Mark Wilf, who is a specialist on Reverses Osmosis and Desalination. Dr. Mark Wilf will answer all submitted questions or questions asked during the live session appropriately. If you are looking for private Q&A Session for your company only on this subject, we can arrange at it mutual convenient time. Private session is limited to maximum of 5 participants from the same company.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Q&A Session 2021 (Asia) - RO Desalination
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Individual: 150 US$
Group (5 Pax): 500 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
To Register: Details & Register
Description: KnowHow Webinar Q&A Session is an additional feature of KnowHow Webinars. In this session, participants can ask questions to KnowHow Webinar Experts. Questions can be sent in advance by email or ask questions during live session. The invited expert is Dr. Mark Wilf, who is a specialist on Reverses Osmosis and Desalination. Dr. Mark Wilf will answer all submitted questions or questions asked during the live session appropriately. If you are looking for private Q&A Session for your company only on this subject, we can arrange at it mutual convenient time. Private session is limited to maximum of 5 participants from the same company.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Q&A Session 2021 (Europe) - RO Desalination
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Individual: 150 US$
Group (5 Pax): 500 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
To Register: Details & Register
Description:
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Q&A Session 2021 (Middle East) - RO Desalination
Speaker: Dr. Mark Wilf
Registration Fee: Individual: 150 US$
Group (5 Pax): 500 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~90 Min
To Register: Details & Register
Description: KnowHow Webinar Q&A Session is an additional feature of KnowHow Webinars. In this session, participants can ask questions to KnowHow Webinar Experts. Questions can be sent in advance by email or ask questions during live session. The invited expert is Dr. Mark Wilf, who is a specialist on Reverses Osmosis and Desalination. Dr. Mark Wilf will answer all submitted questions or questions asked during the live session appropriately. If you are looking for private Q&A Session for your company only on this subject, we can arrange at it mutual convenient time. Private session is limited to maximum of 5 participants from the same company.
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Membrane Technology (Master Class)
Registration Fee: Individual: 2,500 US$
Group (3 Pax): 6,000 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~48 Hours
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This KnowHow Webinars MasterClass “Membrane Technology” has 31 webinar modules with focus on Ultra Filtration, Micro Filtration, Reverse Osmosis, Desalination, Ceramic Membranes, Membrane Bioreactors and wastewater reclaimation. Well-Experienced Membrane Experts, Dr. Graeme Pearce, UK and Dr. mark Wilf have developed and presented these topics for the benefits of engineers and technical personals involved with membrane technology. This program is useful for both well-experienced as well as little-experienced water treatment professionals. This whole program gives knowledge on applied basics, design and operation of membrane systems. Here is the list of 31 modules. You can select the topic that you are interested to join. These modules are available on-demand too. It is possible to view these training modules in your preferred schedules as on-demand.
# UF/MF Fundamentals and Membrane Materials
# UF/MF Membrane Fabrication, Morphology & Characteristics
# UF/MF Membrane Format and Product Options
# UF/MF Membrane Process Design and Flux Selection
# UF/MF Membrane System Design
# UF/MF Commercial Membranes & Suppliers Review
# UF/MF Membrane Plant Performance Monitoring and Permeability Trends
# Applications & Case Studies of UF/MF Membrane Water Treatment
# Fouling & Use of Chemicals in UF/MF Membrane Filtration
# Operational Issues of UF/MF Membrane Plant
# Troubleshooting of UF/MF Membrane Water Plant
# UF/MF Membranes - New Developments, Recent Trends, and Future Prospects
# Ceramic Membranes: Principles & Manufacturing, Applications & Performance
# Commercial Ceramic Membranes Review
# Membrane Bioreactors for Wastewater Treatment: Basics, Technology and Process Design
# Review of Leading Commercial MBR Products
# Membrane Desalination Process Fundamentals
# RO Membrane Performance
# Configuration of RO Membrane Units
# Applied Water Chemistry of Desalination Processes
# RO Desalination Plant Feed Water and Concentrate Management
# RO Pretreatment System: Conventional Treatment
# RO Pretreatment System: Membrane Filtration
# RO System Performance Projection
# Pumping & Energy Recovery Equipment in RO Desalination Plant
# RO Permeate Post Treatment Process
# Desalination System Design Fundamentals
# RO Membrane Elements Performance Normalization
# RO Membrane Fouling and Performance Recovery
# RO Pilot Unit Configurations and Operation
# Wastewater Reclamation using RO Technology
Speaker: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.
Dr Graeme K Pearce holds a degree in chemistry and a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Oxford, and is the Principal at his own consulting firm, Membrane Consultancy Associates (MCA) founded in 2005. MCA specializes in advice on membrane filtration technology and provides consulting services covering a range of issues including performance review, problem solving, acting as an expert witness, market analysis, strategy review, and technical advice for investors. Graeme has 40 years’ experience in the membrane field having undertaken technology and strategic development roles at BP, Kalsep, and Hydranautics prior to consulting. He is well known in the field of water and membranes through publications including numerous papers and book contributions. He is also the sole author of ‘UF/MF Membrane Water Treatment’, published by TechnoBiz. Graeme has conducted many workshop training sessions, has been a conference chairman and a regular conference session chair, as well as giving numerous keynote lectures and other papers. For further information see www.membraneconsultancy.com.

Membrane Technology (MasterClass)
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Speaker: Dr Graeme K Pearce holds a degree in chemistry and a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Oxford, and is the Principal at his own consulting firm, Membrane Consultancy Associates (MCA) founded in 2005. MCA specializes in advice on membrane filtration technology and provides consulting services covering a range of issues including performance review, problem solving, acting as an expert witness, market analysis, strategy review, and technical advice for investors. Graeme has 40 years’ experience in the membrane field having undertaken technology and strategic development roles at BP, Kalsep, and Hydranautics prior to consulting. He is well known in the field of water and membranes through publications including numerous papers and book contributions. He is also the sole author of ‘UF/MF Membrane Water Treatment’, published by TechnoBiz. Graeme has conducted many workshop training sessions, has been a conference chairman and a regular conference session chair, as well as giving numerous keynote lectures and other papers. For further information see www.membraneconsultancy.com.
Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

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