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Coming soon: DME e.V. Desalination Technology Map – Moers – Germany

Coming soon: DME e.V. Desalination Technology Map
Dienstag, Dezember 19, 2017

Comprehensive overview on 17 desalination technologies (part 1)

(in alphabetical order):

CDI – Cpacitive Deionization

ED/EDR – Electrodialysis (Reverse)

EDI – Electrodeionization

FD – Freeze-Thaw Desalination

FO – Forward Osmosis

GH – Gas Hydrates

HD – Humidification-Dehumidification

IX – Ion Exchange

MED – Multi-Effect-Distillation

MD – Membrane Distillation

MDC – Microbial Desalination Cells

MSF – Multistage Flash Evaporation

MVC – Mechanical VApor Compression

OTED – Ocean Thermal Energy Desalination

RO – Reverse Osmosis

RSE – Rapid Spray Evaporation

TVC – Thermal Vapor Compression

Introduction to the fundamentals of desalination (part 2)

Posted by Peter Tillack

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Performance Analysis of the Mechanical Vapor Compression Desalination System Driven by an Organic Rankine Cycle

Abstract:
A desalination system through mechanical vapor compression (MVC), coupling with an organic Rankine cycle (ORC) to drive the steam compressor, is proposed in this paper. Integrated mechanisms of the coupled desalination system are simulated and demonstrated based on the first and second law of thermodynamics, and the corresponding thermal performance is analyzed. Based on the system characteristics at the designed conditions for five types of working fluid, top temperature at the outlet of the boiler and the ambient temperature are designated to illustrate the evocable influence principles. It is observed that the variation trend of the performance both for the ORC and MVC is similar, and the maximum values of the freshwater production and gained output ratio (GOR) are acquired, which are very close for all types of the prescribed working fluid, with mw=1.09kgs-1 and GOR=3.15 for the case of R245fa. Moreover, it is also obtained that a higher top temperature and a lower ambient temperature are beneficial both for the freshwater production and energy conversion efficiency.

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