Alternative Energy and Ecology (ISJAEE)
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ENERGY-EFFICIENT DESALINATION PLANTS OF MINERALIZED WATER

Publication Date Nov 14, 2015

Abstract

The article is a review of the known methods of mineralized water desalination and the analysis of their energy efficiency. Furthermore, this article proposes two schemes of the energy-efficient desalination plants using the heat pump, and considers equipment parameters and composition plants during their operation. There is an example of specific temperature conditions of the plants and calculation of heat flow balance. Moreover the article evaluates and compares the effectiveness of the proposed facilities for theoretical and practical methods; discusses the temperature operation plant control and its elements, there are the graphs of energy indicators as well. The article concludes that the application of these plants is effective, including on the alternative energy sources.

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Alternative Energy Sources Equipment Parameters Heat Pump Practical Methods Energy Efficiency Calculation Of Balance Theoretical Methods Alternative Sources Specific Conditions Heat Flow Balance

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