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    Amsterdam: Elsevier
    Publication Date: 2018-12-05
    Description: Poor quality of drinking water delivered to homes by state utilities, and a large reliance on brackish ground water resources in parts of urban India, has resulted in the adoption of in-home water treatment solutions. The only existing in-home water treatment solution capable of desalination is reverse osmosis (RO). However, existing RO products can recover only 25-50% of the feed water supplied as usable product water. In this study, an alternative solution that relies on electrodialysis (ED) was designed and experimentally shown to achieve a recovery of 80%, producing 12L/h of water at the desired salinity of 350ppm from a feed salinity of 3000ppm. The cost and size of the proposed system were also found to be comparable to existing in-home RO systems. In-home ED water treatment systems could compete with existing RO products while providing the advantage of improved water-conservation in water-stressed India.
    Keywords: ddc:330 ; Brackish water ; Desalination ; Electrodialysis ; Reverse osmosis
    Language: English
    Type: doc-type:article
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