An overview on solar powered evaporative water cooler with UV protection
Dr. D.B. Jani, Patel Divyesh K., Parmar Vipul R., Chitle Naresh R., Raulji Dhananjaysinh D., Jadav Vishal
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An overview on solar powered evaporative water cooler with UV protectionInternational Journal of Innovative Research in Technology( ,ISSN: 2349-6002 ,Volume 6 ,Issue 4 ,Page(s):172-176 ,September 2019 ,Available :IJIRT148656_PAPER.pdf
Renewable solar energy, Evaporative cooler, UV protection, Drinking water
The microbial disinfection using ultraviolet radiation is a worldwide technology for drinking water purification. The effectiveness of this technology depends on certain important parameters like as the UV intensity, the exposure time, the area, clarity of the water etc. This technology is very convenient and fast, doesn’t alter the taste of the water or adding chemicals into the water. The selection of UV wavelength is very important for the efficient disinfection process. The optimum microbial killing efficiency ranges from 254 to 260 nm wavelength probably varies with the type of organism. Viruses and bacteria in vegetative forms are most sensitive to UV radiation. This overview review the use of ultraviolet (UV) light for using as a disinfection technology in potable water supplies to inactivate disease-causing bacteria, viruses, and cysts. Furthermore, user of solar cooling as potential option for driving evaporative cooler for cooling the drinking water supply concerns regarding the adverse environmental impact of using fossil fuels has necessitated the exploitation of alternative cooling technologies.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 6, Issue 4

Page(s): 172 - 176
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