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Asked by: minerswife-ga
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28 Mar 2005 17:26 PST
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Question ID: 501686
Leading edge technical papers on the desalination and recovery of fresh water for agricultural purposes by solar evaporation techniques, utilizingpossibly prevailing winds.
Answered By: guillermo-ga on 31 Mar 2005 16:51 PST
Hello Menerswife-ga, The search strategy: agricultural desalination ?solar evaporation? brought back about 75 results. By reviewing each of them, the following proved to be the closest to your criteria. I grouped them in two categories: those in section ?A? are articles that you can access for free in the internet; the ones in section ?B? are links to sites where an article can be purchased for a fee. I hope to have met your expectations. Please ask me for clarification if you need so. Sincerely, Guillermo-ga The list: Section ?A?: >>Sourcebook of Alternative Technologies for Freshwater Augmentation in West Asia: http://www.unep.or.jp/ietc/Publications/TechPublications/TechPub-8f/index.asp Particular page: http://www.unep.or.jp/ietc/Publications/TechPublications/TechPub-8f/B/Desalination3-2.asp >>Economic and Technical Assessment for Desalination Technologies in Australia: With Particular Reference to National Action Plan Priority Regions Prepared For Agriculture, Fishery & Forestry - Australia http://www.ndsp.gov.au/10_NDSP_projects/05_project_descriptions/15_infrastructure_management/reports/15_URS4_Detailed%20Report%20(Long)%20Final.pdf >>Using Desalination Technologies for Water Treatment: http://www.wws.princeton.edu/cgi-bin/byteserv.prl/~ota/disk2/1988/8842/8842.PDF >>Managing Water for Peace in the Middle East: Alternative Strategies: http://www.unu.edu/unupress/unupbooks/80858e/80858E00.htm#Contents Please see ?Background? section at http://www.unu.edu/unupress/unupbooks/80858e/80858E02.htm#1.2%20Objectives,%20concepts,%20and%20scope >>THE ROLE OF DESALINATED WATER IN AUGMENTATION OF THE WATER SUPPLY IN SELECTED ESCWA (ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMISSION FOR WESTERN ASIA) MEMBER COUNTRIES http://www.escwa.org.lb/information/publications/division/docs/enr-01-19-e.pdf >>Treating Brackish Water with Reverse Osmosis : http://waternet.com/article.asp?IndexID=5190302 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Section ?B?: >>Report ?Solar energy and the environment? ($90) at BiblioAlerts.com: http://www.biblioalerts.com/biblio/landing.asp?sku=EPS000279 Some of the titles of individual records contained in this report related to the solar based desalination: Solar thermal-driven desalination plants based on membrane distillation Analysis of an innovative water desalination system using low-grade solar heat A new type of seawater desalination plants using solar energy Solar thermal driven desalination plants based on membrane distillation A new seawater desalination process using solar energy Solar desalination with a humidification-dehumidification cycle: mathematical modeling of the unit Distillation vs. membrane filtration: overview of process evolutions in seawater desalination Modeling and performance analysis of a solar desalination unit with double-glass cover cooling Parametric analysis to improve the performance of a solar desalination unit with humidification and dehumidification Solar desalination using humidification-dehumidification technology Comparison of solar thermal technologies for applications in seawater desalination Design considerations for a solar-powered desalination system for remote communities in Australia Utilisation of new technique to improve the efficiency of horizontal solar desalination still A photovoltaic-powered system for water desalination Effect of fuel cost on the price of desalination water: a case for renewables Brackish water desalination with heat recovery Potential of solar desalination in Israel and in its close vicinity A new approach to solar desalination for small- and medium-size use in remote areas Recent developments in water desalination Desalination in Egypt and the future application in supplementary irrigation Desalination coupled with salinity-gradient solar ponds >>Vacuum water cleaner: a solar-powered, vacuum-based water desalination technique could bring clean water to remote regions. ($9.95) at http://goliath.ecnext.com/coms2/summary_0199-3388412_ITM&referid=2090 ?AN ENERGY-EFFICIENT vacuum-based solar-powered desalination system developed by US researchers could help meet the growing need for fresh water in many parts of the world.?
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From: guillermo-ga on 08 Apr 2005 06:40 PDT
Thanks a lot for the rating, Minerswife-ga :) Wish you the best, Guillermo-ga
From: jandek-ga on 21 Jan 2006 04:33 PST
Solar desalination is essentially limited to the energy per sq meter reaching the earth. In general the following can be used for calculation; If Temperature is around 30 C (90F) one can collect per day 27.000 J energy per sq meter ,enough for 11 Litres of fresh water. We increased this quantity substantially by using a cubic, surface increasers, surface tention breakers and splitting evaporation and condensation in seperated area's. State of the art electronics/sensors will bring you up to 40 L (9 gallon) max. See for drawings and additional details http://www.zonnewater.net
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