Back pressure, or reverse pressure, happens when the permeate pressure is higher than the feed pressure. In reality, the permeate pressure is at atmospheric pressure, and the difference in pressure between the feed and the concentrate makes the permeate pressure... (More)
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A drastic pressure drop could result in the decline of the performance of the modules. This is especially true when working with multistage processes. In setups like these, flux performance in latter stages could be greatly affected.