Autonomous Ecologically Safe Installation for Sea Water Desalination
 
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Bauman Moscow State Technical University, RUSSIA
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Vladimir I. Krylov   

Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia
Online publish date: 2017-09-27
Publish date: 2017-09-27
 
Eurasian J Anal Chem 2017;12(Interdisciplinary Perspective on Sciences 7b):1045–1057
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Urgency of the research: Urgency of the issue under discussion is caused by fresh water deficiency. Goal of the research: The goal is to develop a combined wind power unit for seawater desalination and a technology for the reverse osmosis concentrate process into product salts in the arid climate. Methods of the research: The leading method of the research is the testing of the wind power unit and the modeling of the reverse osmosis concentrate process. Results of the research: The article describes the main results of the literature analysis, represents the flowchart of the combined wind power unit for seawater desalination, the main results of the unit test, the flowchart of the basin management for the reverse osmosis concentrate recycling into product salts. Practical significance of the research: The further implementation of the project would allow to obtain drink water from seawater, as well as water for agriculture and product salts, which prevents reverse osmosis concentration discharge into the environment. The obtained results can be used to further improve water desalination equipment and to develop desalination plants powered by renewable energy sources; to modernize existing independent wind power units.
 
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