Fouling, Chromatography, Filtration, Membrane technology and Ultrafiltration are her primary areas of study. Her research in Fouling intersects with topics in Water treatment, Environmental engineering, Ultrafiltration and Chemical engineering. The Water treatment study combines topics in areas such as Dissolved air flotation, Seawater, Exopolymer and Desalination.
Her research in Filtration focuses on subjects like Filter cake, which are connected to Deposition. Her Membrane technology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Fractionation, Organic matter and Nanofiltration. Her studies in Ultrafiltration integrate themes in fields like Tap water and Analytical chemistry.
Her primary areas of investigation include Environmental engineering, Fouling, Filtration, Chromatography and Organic matter. Her work investigates the relationship between Environmental engineering and topics such as Desalination that intersect with problems in Seawater. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ultrafiltration, Membrane technology, Microfiltration and Chemical engineering in addition to Fouling.
As a part of the same scientific study, Maria D. Kennedy usually deals with the Filtration, concentrating on Filter cake and frequently concerns with Membrane bioreactor. In her study, Tap water is inextricably linked to Ultrafiltration, which falls within the broad field of Chromatography. Maria D. Kennedy interconnects Environmental chemistry, Dissolved organic carbon and Analytical chemistry in the investigation of issues within Organic matter.
Maria D. Kennedy mainly focuses on Environmental chemistry, Filtration, Organic matter, Reverse osmosis and Environmental engineering. Maria D. Kennedy has included themes like Haloacetic acids and Redox in her Environmental chemistry study. Her research integrates issues of Arid and Surface water in her study of Filtration.
As a member of one scientific family, she mostly works in the field of Organic matter, focusing on Dissolved organic carbon and, on occasion, Heavy metals and Matrix. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Calcium carbonate, Process engineering, Permeability and Supersaturation. Her Environmental engineering study incorporates themes from Hydraulic engineering and Inflow.
Maria D. Kennedy mostly deals with Environmental chemistry, Organic matter, Filtration, Uncertainty analysis and Yield. Her research links Redox with Environmental chemistry. Her Redox research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Haloacetic acids and Bromide.
Her work deals with themes such as Total organic carbon, Biodegradation and Surface water, which intersect with Organic matter. Her Filtration research incorporates themes from Dissolved organic carbon and Raw water. Maria D. Kennedy incorporates a variety of subjects into her writings, including Uncertainty analysis, Assessment methods, Economic feasibility, Reduction and Distribution networks.
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The modified fouling index using ultrafiltration membranes (MFI-UF): characterisation, filtration mechanisms and proposed reference membrane
Siobhan F.E. Boerlage;Maria D. Kennedy;Melvyn R. Dickson;Dima E.Y. El-Hodali.
Journal of Membrane Science (2002)
Modelling the production and degradation of soluble microbial products (SMP) in membrane bioreactors (MBR)
Tao Jiang;Silvie Myngheer;Dirk J W De Pauw;Henri Spanjers.
Water Research (2008)
Characterisation of algal organic matter produced by bloom-forming marine and freshwater algae.
L.O. Villacorte;Y. Ekowati;T.R. Neu;J.M. Kleijn.
Water Research (2015)
Rejection of pharmaceutically active compounds and endocrine disrupting compounds by clean and fouled nanofiltration membranes.
V. Yangali-Quintanilla;V. Yangali-Quintanilla;A. Sadmani;M. McConville;M. McConville;M. Kennedy.
Water Research (2009)
The fate of Transparent Exopolymer Particles (TEP) in integrated membrane systems: removal through pre-treatment processes and deposition on reverse osmosis membranes.
Loreen O. Villacorte;Maria D. Kennedy;Gary L. Amy;Gary L. Amy;Jan C. Schippers.
Water Research (2009)
Proposing nanofiltration as acceptable barrier for organic contaminants in water reuse
Victor Yangali-Quintanilla;Victor Yangali-Quintanilla;Victor Yangali-Quintanilla;Sung Kyu Maeng;Sung Kyu Maeng;Sung Kyu Maeng;Takahiro Fujioka;Maria Kennedy.
Journal of Membrane Science (2010)
The MFI-UF as a water quality test and monitor
Siobhan F.E. Boerlage;Maria D. Kennedy;Meseret Petros Aniye;Elhadi Abogrean.
Journal of Membrane Science (2003)
The role of blocking and cake filtration in MBR fouling
Tao Jiang;Tao Jiang;Maria D. Kennedy;Walter G.J. van der Meer;Peter A. Vanrolleghem.
Optimising the operation of a MBR pilot plant by quantitative analysis of the membrane fouling mechanism
T. Jiang;T. Jiang;M.D. Kennedy;B.F. Guinzbourg;P.A. Vanrolleghem.
Water Science and Technology (2005)
Natural organic matter (NOM) fouling of ultrafiltration membranes: fractionation of NOM in surface water and characterisation by LC-OCD
Maria D. Kennedy;Hyoung K. Chun;Victor A. Quintanilla Yangali;Bas G.J. Heijman.
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