Stuart Khan
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Fluorescence as a potential monitoring tool for recycled water systems: a review
RK Henderson, A Baker, KR Murphy, A Hambly, RM Stuetz, SJ Khan
Water research 43 (4), 863-881, 2009
7882009
Fate of antibiotics during municipal water recycling treatment processes
N Le-Minh, SJ Khan, JE Drewes, RM Stuetz
Water research 44 (15), 4295-4323, 2010
5952010
Organic matter fluorescence in municipal water recycling schemes: toward a unified PARAFAC model
KR Murphy, A Hambly, S Singh, RK Henderson, A Baker, R Stuetz, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 45 (7), 2909-2916, 2011
3652011
Removal of trace organics by MBR treatment: the role of molecular properties
N Tadkaew, FI Hai, JA McDonald, SJ Khan, LD Nghiem
Water research 45 (8), 2439-2451, 2011
3442011
The role of membrane processes in municipal wastewater reclamation and reuse
T Wintgens, T Melin, A Schäfer, S Khan, M Muston, D Bixio, C Thoeye
Elsevier, 2005
3262005
Combining MBR and NF/RO membrane filtration for the removal of trace organics in indirect potable water reuse applications
AA Alturki, N Tadkaew, JA McDonald, SJ Khan, WE Price, LD Nghiem
Journal of Membrane Science 365 (1-2), 206-215, 2010
2182010
Modelling of pharmaceutical residues in Australian sewage by quantities of use and fugacity calculations
SJ Khan, JE Ongerth
Chemosphere 54 (3), 355-367, 2004
2182004
Sorption of emerging trace organic compounds onto wastewater sludge solids
J Stevens-Garmon, JE Drewes, SJ Khan, JA McDonald, ERV Dickenson
Water Research 45 (11), 3417-3426, 2011
2022011
Performance of a novel osmotic membrane bioreactor (OMBR) system: flux stability and removal of trace organics
A Alturki, J McDonald, SJ Khan, FI Hai, WE Price, LD Nghiem
Bioresource technology 113, 201-206, 2012
1562012
Removal of trace organic contaminants by the forward osmosis process
AA Alturki, JA McDonald, SJ Khan, WE Price, LD Nghiem, M Elimelech
Separation and Purification Technology 103, 258-266, 2013
1402013
Effect of mixed liquor pH on the removal of trace organic contaminants in a membrane bioreactor
N Tadkaew, M Sivakumar, SJ Khan, JA McDonald, LD Nghiem
Bioresource technology 101 (5), 1494-1500, 2010
1392010
Characterising humic acid fouling of nanofiltration membranes using bisphenol A as a molecular indicator
LD Nghiem, D Vogel, S Khan
Water Research 42 (15), 4049-4058, 2008
1292008
Effects of membrane degradation on the removal of pharmaceutically active compounds (PhACs) by NF/RO filtration processes
A Simon, LD Nghiem, P Le-Clech, SJ Khan, JE Drewes
Journal of Membrane Science 340 (1-2), 16-25, 2009
1282009
Evaluation of effluent organic matter fouling in ultrafiltration treatment using advanced organic characterisation techniques
RK Henderson, N Subhi, A Antony, SJ Khan, KR Murphy, GL Leslie, ...
Journal of Membrane Science 382 (1-2), 50-59, 2011
1192011
Estimation of pharmaceutical residues in primary and secondary sewage sludge based on quantities of use and fugacity modelling
SJ Khan, JE Ongerth
Water Science and Technology 46 (3), 105-113, 2002
1162002
N-nitrosamine removal by reverse osmosis for indirect potable water reuse–A critical review based on observations from laboratory-, pilot-and full-scale studies
T Fujioka, SJ Khan, Y Poussade, JE Drewes, LD Nghiem
Separation and Purification Technology 98, 503-515, 2012
1132012
Human risk assessment of organic contaminants in reclaimed wastewater used for irrigation
S Weber, S Khan, J Hollender
Desalination 187 (1-3), 53-64, 2006
1122006
Chemical contaminants in feedlot wastes: concentrations, effects and attenuation
SJ Khan, DJ Roser, CM Davies, GM Peters, RM Stuetz, R Tucker, ...
Environment international 34 (6), 839-859, 2008
1102008
Key objectives for water reuse concepts
E Huertas, M Salgot, J Hollender, S Weber, W Dott, S Khan, A Schäfer, ...
Desalination 218 (1-3), 120-131, 2008
1072008
Chemical contaminants in swimming pools: Occurrence, implications and control
TLL Teo, HM Coleman, SJ Khan
Environment international 76, 16-31, 2015
1042015
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