## Initial Flux of Membrane Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Volumetric Water Flux Through Membrane = (Water Permeability Through Membrane*Applied Pressure Driving Force)*(1-((Universal Gas Constant)*Temperature*Molecular Weight/Initial Volume*(1/Applied Pressure Driving Force)))
Jwv = (Lp*ΔPm)*(1-((R)*T*n0/V0*(1/ΔPm)))
This formula uses 7 Variables
Variables Used
Volumetric Water Flux Through Membrane - (Measured in Cubic Meter per Square Meter per Second) - Volumetric Water flux through membrane is the rate at which water flows through a given area of a material per unit of time.
Water Permeability Through Membrane - (Measured in Cubic Meter per Square Meter per Second per Pascal) - Water permeability through membrane is the ability of a material to allow water to pass through it. It is a measure of how easily water can flow through a material's pores.
Applied Pressure Driving Force - (Measured in Pascal) - Applied Pressure Driving Force is defined as the force or pressure that is intentionally exerted or applied to induce or facilitate process.
Universal Gas Constant - Universal Gas Constant is a physical constant that appears in an equation defining the behavior of a gas under theoretically ideal conditions. Its unit is joule*kelvin−1*mole−1.
Temperature - (Measured in Kelvin) - Temperature is a physical quantity that expresses quantitatively the attribute of hotness or coldness.
Molecular Weight - (Measured in Kilogram Per Mole) - Molecular weight is the mass of a molecule, relative to the mass of a carbon-12 atom. It is also known as molecular mass.
Initial Volume - (Measured in Cubic Meter) - Initial volume is the volume of a substance at a specific time or point in time. It is often used in fluid mechanics to describe the volume of a fluid at the beginning of a process or experiment.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Water Permeability Through Membrane: 2.337E-08 Cubic Meter per Square Meter per Second per Pascal --> 2.337E-08 Cubic Meter per Square Meter per Second per Pascal No Conversion Required
Applied Pressure Driving Force: 300000 Pascal --> 300000 Pascal No Conversion Required
Universal Gas Constant: 8.314 --> No Conversion Required
Temperature: 298 Kelvin --> 298 Kelvin No Conversion Required
Molecular Weight: 0.01802 Kilogram Per Mole --> 0.01802 Kilogram Per Mole No Conversion Required
Initial Volume: 0.000148829 Cubic Meter --> 0.000148829 Cubic Meter No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
Jwv = (Lp*ΔPm)*(1-((R)*T*n0/V0*(1/ΔPm))) --> (2.337E-08*300000)*(1-((8.314)*298*0.01802/0.000148829*(1/300000)))
Evaluating ... ...
Jwv = 4.47925654274254E-07
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
4.47925654274254E-07 Cubic Meter per Square Meter per Second --> No Conversion Required
4.47925654274254E-07 4.5E-7 Cubic Meter per Square Meter per Second <-- Volumetric Water Flux Through Membrane
(Calculation completed in 00.004 seconds)
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## <Membrane Characteristics Calculators

Membrane Pore Diameter
​ Go Pore Diameter = ((32*Liquid Viscosity*Flux through Membrane*Tortuosity*Membrane Thickness)/(Membrane Porosity*Applied Pressure Driving Force))^0.5
Membrane Thickness
​ Go Membrane Thickness = (Pore Diameter^2*Membrane Porosity*Applied Pressure Driving Force)/(32*Liquid Viscosity*Flux through Membrane*Tortuosity)
Membrane Porosity
​ Go Membrane Porosity = (32*Liquid Viscosity*Flux through Membrane*Tortuosity*Membrane Thickness)/(Pore Diameter^2*Applied Pressure Driving Force)
Pressure Driving Force in Membrane
​ Go Applied Pressure Driving Force = Membrane Flow Resistance of Unit Area*Liquid Viscosity*Flux through Membrane

## Initial Flux of Membrane Formula

Volumetric Water Flux Through Membrane = (Water Permeability Through Membrane*Applied Pressure Driving Force)*(1-((Universal Gas Constant)*Temperature*Molecular Weight/Initial Volume*(1/Applied Pressure Driving Force)))
Jwv = (Lp*ΔPm)*(1-((R)*T*n0/V0*(1/ΔPm)))

## Factors On Which Water Flux of Membrane is Depended?

The water flux of a membrane depends on a number of factors, including:

Membrane properties:
Pore size and distribution
Porosity
Tortuosity
Surface chemistry
Feed solution properties:
Concentration of dissolved solids
Temperature
Viscosity
Operating conditions:
Transmembrane pressure (TMP)
Feed flow rate
Temperature

## How to Calculate Initial Flux of Membrane?

Initial Flux of Membrane calculator uses Volumetric Water Flux Through Membrane = (Water Permeability Through Membrane*Applied Pressure Driving Force)*(1-((Universal Gas Constant)*Temperature*Molecular Weight/Initial Volume*(1/Applied Pressure Driving Force))) to calculate the Volumetric Water Flux Through Membrane, The Initial Flux of Membrane formula is defined as the rate of solute transport through a membrane at the beginning of a filtration process. Volumetric Water Flux Through Membrane is denoted by Jwv symbol.

How to calculate Initial Flux of Membrane using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Initial Flux of Membrane, enter Water Permeability Through Membrane (Lp), Applied Pressure Driving Force (ΔPm), Universal Gas Constant (R), Temperature (T), Molecular Weight (n0) & Initial Volume (V0) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Initial Flux of Membrane calculation can be explained with given input values -> 4.5E-7 = (2.337E-08*300000)*(1-((8.314)*298*0.01802/0.000148829*(1/300000))).

### FAQ

What is Initial Flux of Membrane?
The Initial Flux of Membrane formula is defined as the rate of solute transport through a membrane at the beginning of a filtration process and is represented as Jwv = (Lp*ΔPm)*(1-((R)*T*n0/V0*(1/ΔPm))) or Volumetric Water Flux Through Membrane = (Water Permeability Through Membrane*Applied Pressure Driving Force)*(1-((Universal Gas Constant)*Temperature*Molecular Weight/Initial Volume*(1/Applied Pressure Driving Force))). Water permeability through membrane is the ability of a material to allow water to pass through it. It is a measure of how easily water can flow through a material's pores, Applied Pressure Driving Force is defined as the force or pressure that is intentionally exerted or applied to induce or facilitate process, Universal Gas Constant is a physical constant that appears in an equation defining the behavior of a gas under theoretically ideal conditions. Its unit is joule*kelvin−1*mole−1, Temperature is a physical quantity that expresses quantitatively the attribute of hotness or coldness, Molecular weight is the mass of a molecule, relative to the mass of a carbon-12 atom. It is also known as molecular mass & Initial volume is the volume of a substance at a specific time or point in time. It is often used in fluid mechanics to describe the volume of a fluid at the beginning of a process or experiment.
How to calculate Initial Flux of Membrane?
The Initial Flux of Membrane formula is defined as the rate of solute transport through a membrane at the beginning of a filtration process is calculated using Volumetric Water Flux Through Membrane = (Water Permeability Through Membrane*Applied Pressure Driving Force)*(1-((Universal Gas Constant)*Temperature*Molecular Weight/Initial Volume*(1/Applied Pressure Driving Force))). To calculate Initial Flux of Membrane, you need Water Permeability Through Membrane (Lp), Applied Pressure Driving Force (ΔPm), Universal Gas Constant (R), Temperature (T), Molecular Weight (n0) & Initial Volume (V0). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Water Permeability Through Membrane, Applied Pressure Driving Force, Universal Gas Constant, Temperature, Molecular Weight & Initial Volume and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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