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Journal Papers

  • Ye D., Saadat S. and Bérubé P.R. (2014) Pulse Bubble Sparging for Fouling Control in Submerged Hollow Fiber Membrane Systems, Separation and Purification Technology, 123, 153-163.
  • Black K. and Bérubé P.R. (2014) Rate and Extent of NOM Removal During Oxidation and Biofiltration, Water Research, 52C, 40-50.
  • Wray H. Andrews R.C. and Bérubé P.R. (2014) Shear Stress and Rejection of Emerging Contaminants During Ultrafiltration for Drinking Water Treatment, Separation and purification Technology, 122, 183-191.
  • Wray H. Andrews R.C. and Bérubé P.R. (2014) Ultrafiltration Fouling Control: Comparison of Air Sparging and Coagulation, Journal of the American Water Works Association, 106, (in press).
  • Wray H. Andrews R.C. and Bérubé P.R. Effect of Surface Shear Stress Conditions on Membrane Fouling in Natural Water Matrices, Desalination (in press).
  • Sepideh J. and Bérubé P.R. (2013) Power Induced by Bubbles of Different Sizes and Frequencies on Hollow Fibers in Submerged Membrane Systems, Water Research (in press).
  • Abdullah S.Z. and Bérubé P.R. (2013) Assessing the Effects of Sodium hypochlorite Cleaning on the Characteristics of PVDF Membranes, Water Research (in press).
  • Thoren R.I., Atwater J. and Bérubé P.R. (2012) A model for analyzing water reuse and resource recovery potential in urban areas, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, 39, 1202-1209.
  • Böhm L., Drews A., Prieske P. Bérubé P. and Kraume M.  (2012) The Importance of Fluid Dynamics for MBR Fouling Mitigation, Journal of Bioresource Technology, 122, 50-61.
  • Stoquart C., Servais P., Bérubé P.R. and Barbeau B. (2012) Hybrid Membrane Processes Using Activated Carbon Treatment for Drinking Water Production: A Review, Journal of Membrane Science, 411-412, 1-12.
  • Geismar N., Bérubé P.R. and Barbeau B. (2012) Variability and Limits of the Unified Modified Fouling Index: Application to the Reduction of Low-Pressure Membrane Fouling by Ozonation and Biofiltration, Desalination and Water Treatment, 43(1-3), 91-101.
  • Fulton B. and Bérubé P.R. (2012) Optimizing the Sparging Condition and Membrane Module Spacing for a ZW500 Submerged Hollow Fiber Membrane System, in press, Desalination and Water Treatment Journal, 42, 8-16.
  • Chan C.C.V.,Bérubé P.R. and Hall E.R. (2011) Relationship Between Types of Surface Shear Stress Profiles and Membrane Fouling, Water Research, 45(19), 6403-6416.
  • Fulton B., Redwood J., Tourais M. and Bérubé P.R. (2011) Distribution of Surface Shear Forces and Bubble Characteristics in Full-Scale Gas Sparged Submerged Hollow Fiber Membrane Modules, Desalination, 281, 128-141.
  • Ratkovich N., Bérubé P.R., and Nopens I. (2011)  Analysis of Shear Stress and Energy Consumption in a Tubular Airlift  Membrane System, Water Science and Technology, 64(1), 189-198.
  • Ratkovich N., Bérubé P.R., and Nopens (2011) Assessment of Mass Transfer Coefficients in Coalescing Slug Flow in Vertical Pipes and Applications to Tubular Airlift Membrane Bioreactors, Chemical Engineering Science, 66(6), 1254-1268.
  • Ratkovich N., Chan C.C.V., Bérubé P.R. and Nopens I. (2010) Investigation of the Effect of Viscosity on Sludge Flow in Airlift Tubular Membranes – In Search for a Slug Surrogate, Water Science and Technology, 61(7), 1801-1809.
  • Ratkovich N., Chan C.C.V., Bérubé P.R. and Nopens I. (2009) Experimental Study and CFD Modeling of a Water-N2 Two-Phase Slug Flow in a Vertical Tube, Chemical Engineering Science, 64, 3576-3584.
  • Geng Z., Hall E.R. and Bérubé P.R. (2009) Roles of Various Mixed Liquor Constituents in Membrane Filtration of Activated Sludge, Desalination and Water Treatment, 1, 139-149.
  • Chowdhury, F., Bérubé P.R. and Mohseni M. (2008) Ozonation and its Effects on Natural Organic Matter Characteristics and Disinfection By-product Formation, Ozone Science and Technology, 30(5), 321-331.
  • Bérubé P.R., Lin H. and Watai Y. (2008) Fouling in Air Sparged Submerged Hollow Fiber Membranes at Sub and Super-Critical Flux Conditions, Journal of Membrane Science, 307, 169-180.
  • Bradley C. and Bérubé P.R. (2008) Characterization of Anionic Surfactant Induced Toxicity in a Primary Effluent, Journal of Environmental Engineering Science, 7, 63-70.
  • Lin H. and Bérubé P.R. (2007) Modeling the Impact of Operating Permeate Flux and Hydrodynamic Conditions on the Evolution of the Trans-membrane Pressure in Submerged Hollow Fiber Membranes, Water Science and Technology, 4(7), 111-118.
  • Geng Z., Hall E.R. and Bérubé P.R. (2007) Investigation of Mechanisms of Membrane Fouling in a Membrane Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal Process, Journal of Membrane Science, 296, 93-101.
  • Chan C.C.V., Bérubé P.R. and Hall E.R. (2007) Shear Profiles Inside Gas Sparged Submerged Hollow Fiber Membrane Modules, Journal of Membrane Science, 297, 104-120.
  • Bérubé P.R., Afonso G., Taghipour F. and Chan, C.C.V. (2006) Quantifying the Shear at the Surface of Submerged Hollow Fiber Membranes, Journal of Membrane Science, 279, 495-505.
  • Bérubé P.R., Hall E.R. and Sutton P.M. (2006) Parameters Governing the Permeate Flux in an Anaerobic Membrane Bioreactor Treating Low Strength Municipal Wastewater: A Literature Review, Water Environment Research, 78, 887-896.
  • Bérubé P.R. and Lei E. (2006) Impact of Air Sparging and System Configuration on the Permeate Flux in a Submerged Hollow Fibre Membrane System, Journal of Membrane Science, 271, 29-37.
  • Chin A. and Bérubé P.R. (2005) Removal of Disinfection By-Product Precursors Using Ozone-UV Advanced Oxidation, Water Research, 39, 2136-2144.
  • Escobar I.C., Hoek E.M., Cabelich C.J., DiGiano F.A. LeGollec Y.A., Bérubé P.R. and Howe K.J. (2005) Recent Advances and Research Needs in Membrane Fouling (American Water Works Association – Membrane Technology Research Committee Report),  Journal of the American Water Works Association, 97(8), 79-89.
  • Bérubé P.R., Mavinic D.S., Kenway S.E. and Roett K. (2002) The Impact of Pre-Coagulation on the Removal of Disinfection-By-Product Precursors During the Ultrafiltration of a Drinking Water Source, Journal of Environmental Engineering Science, 1, 465-476.
  • Bérubé P. R. and Hall E.R. (2002) Pulp and Paper Mill Effluent – 2001 Literature Review, Water Environment Research, 74, CD-ROM supplement.
  • Bérubé P. R.  and Hall E. R. (2001) Cost Comparison Between a High Temperature Membrane Bioreactor and a Steam Stripping System for the Treatment of Foul Evaporator Condensate for Reuse, TAPPI Journal, 84 (6), 1-14.
  • Bérubé P. R. and Hall E. R. (2001) Fate and Removal Kinetics of Contaminants Contained in Evaporator Condensate During Treatment for Reuse Using a High Temperature Membrane Bioreactor, Journal of Pulp and Paper Science, 27 (2), 41-45.
  • Bérubé P. R. and Hall E. R. (2001) Biological Removal of Reduced Sulphur Compounds from Synthetic Evaporator Condensate During Treatment Using a High Temperature Membrane Bioreactor, Water Quality Research Journal of Canada, 36 (1), 93-104.
  • Bérubé P. R. and Kahmark, K. (2001) Pulp and Paper Mill Effluent  – 2000 Literature Review, Water Environment Research, 73, CD-ROM supplement.
  • Bérubé P. R. and Hall E.R. (2000) Effect of Operating Temperature on Methanol Removal Kinetics from Synthetic Kraft Pulp Mill Evaporator Condensate Using a High Temperature Membrane Bioreactor, Water Research, 34, 4359-4366.
  • Bérubé P.R. and Hall E.R. (2000) Removal of Methanol from Evaporator Condensates Using a High Temperature Membrane Bioreactor: Determination of Optimal Operating Temperature and System Costs, Pulp and Paper Canada, 101 (3), 54-58.
  • Bérubé P.R. and Hall E.R. (1999) Effect of Kraft Evaporator Condensate Matrix on Methanol Removal in a High Temperature Membrane Bioreactor, Water Science and Technology, 40 (11/12), 327-335.
  • Bérubé P.R., Parkinson P.D. and Hall E.R. (1999) Measurement of Reduced Sulphur Compounds in Aqueous Matrices by Direct Injection into a Gas Chromatograph with Flame Photometric Detector, Journal of Chromatography A, 830, 485-489.
  • Prasad D., Wai M., Bérubé P. R. and Henry J.G. (1999) Evaluating Substrates in the Biological Treatment of Acid Mine Drainage, Environmental Technology, 20, 449-458.

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