His primary areas of investigation include Membrane fouling, Fouling, Bioreactor, Membrane and Membrane bioreactor. His study in Membrane fouling is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Environmental engineering and Extracellular polymeric substance. His Fouling research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Membrane reactor and Chromatography.
The Bioreactor study which covers Biochemical engineering that intersects with Fouling mitigation. His studies deal with areas such as Industrial waste water and Bacterial degradation as well as Fouling mitigation. His studies in Membrane bioreactor integrate themes in fields like Membrane technology, Food processing, Chemical engineering and Leachate.
Fangang Meng mainly focuses on Membrane fouling, Membrane, Membrane bioreactor, Fouling and Bioreactor. The Membrane fouling study combines topics in areas such as Environmental engineering, Sewage treatment, Chromatography, Extracellular polymeric substance and Pulp and paper industry. His studies examine the connections between Membrane and genetics, as well as such issues in Chemical engineering, with regards to Biofouling and Polyelectrolyte.
His Membrane bioreactor research includes themes of Food science, Activated sludge, Chemical oxygen demand, Membrane technology and Membrane permeability. The various areas that he examines in his Fouling study include Water treatment, Membrane reactor, Ultrafiltration and Analytical chemistry. His research in Bioreactor intersects with topics in Denitrification, Fouling mitigation, Biofilm and Biochemical engineering.
Fangang Meng mostly deals with Chemical engineering, Membrane, Wastewater, Activated sludge and Pulp and paper industry. His Chemical engineering study incorporates themes from Polyelectrolyte, Membrane fouling, Fouling and Mineralization. His study in Bioreactor extends to Membrane fouling with its themes.
His Fouling research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Wetting and Filtration. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ecology, Anoxic waters, Oxidizing agent and Membrane bioreactor in addition to Activated sludge. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Anammox, Nitrification, Effluent and Denitrifying bacteria.
His main research concerns Environmental chemistry, Pulp and paper industry, Nitrification, Fouling and Membrane. He interconnects Bloom, Organic matter, Microbial population biology, Nitrogen and Anammox in the investigation of issues within Environmental chemistry. Fangang Meng has researched Pulp and paper industry in several fields, including Leachate, Effluent, Water treatment and Odor control, Odor.
His Nitrification research incorporates themes from Nitrite and Activated sludge. Within one scientific family, Fangang Meng focuses on topics pertaining to Chemical engineering under Fouling, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Membrane fouling. His research integrates issues of Wetting, Chitosan, Segmented filamentous bacteria, Morphology and Bioreactor in his study of Membrane.
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Recent advances in membrane bioreactors (MBRs): membrane fouling and membrane material.
Fangang Meng;Fangang Meng;So-Ryong Chae;Anja Drews;Matthias Kraume.
Water Research (2009)
Fouling in membrane bioreactors: An updated review
Fangang Meng;Shaoqing Zhang;Yoontaek Oh;Zhongbo Zhou.
Water Research (2017)
A critical review of extracellular polymeric substances (EPSs) in membrane bioreactors: Characteristics, roles in membrane fouling and control strategies
Hongjun Lin;Meijia Zhang;Fangyuan Wang;Fangang Meng.
Journal of Membrane Science (2014)
Identification of activated sludge properties affecting membrane fouling in submerged membrane bioreactors
Fangang Meng;Hanmin Zhang;Fenglin Yang;Shoutong Zhang.
Separation and Purification Technology (2006)
Membrane Bioreactors for Industrial Wastewater Treatment: A Critical Review
Hongjun Lin;Weijue Gao;Fangang Meng;Bao-Qiang Liao.
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology (2012)
A comprehensive study on membrane fouling in submerged membrane bioreactors operated under different aeration intensities
Fangang Meng;Fenglin Yang;Baoqiang Shi;Hanmin Zhang.
Separation and Purification Technology (2008)
Characterization of cake layer in submerged membrane bioreactor
Fangang Meng;Hanmin Zhang;Fenglin Yang;Lifen Liu.
Environmental Science & Technology (2007)
Spectroscopic characterization of extracellular polymeric substances from a mixed culture dominated by ammonia-oxidizing bacteria
Cuiqin Yin;Fangang Meng;Guang-Hao Chen;Guang-Hao Chen.
Water Research (2015)
Effect of filamentous bacteria on membrane fouling in submerged membrane bioreactor
Fangang Meng;Hanmin Zhang;Fenglin Yang;Yansong Li.
Journal of Membrane Science (2006)
Roles of reactive chlorine species in trimethoprim degradation in the UV/chlorine process: Kinetics and transformation pathways.
Zihao Wu;Jingyun Fang;Yingying Xiang;Chii Shang.
Water Research (2016)
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