AN OVERVIEW ON DESALINATION OF SEAWATER BY RO PRINCIPLE
Author(s):
Digvijay M. Mane, Sushant N. Pawar, Roshan S. Thorat
Keywords:
Desalination, fouling, membrane, Osmosis, filtration reverse osmosis.
Abstract
Desalination is the process that allows the use of non-conventional water sources such as saltwater or seawater for the production of drinkable water and water for many more purposes. For desalination, Reverse osmosis (RO) is one of the technologies that are used which is popular nowadays in the water industry or water processing industry. In the Reverse osmosis (RO) process, practical considerations, and plant configurations related to the water Conservations. Cellulose acetate membrane is widespread because of the chlorine and fouling confrontation. Feedwater must be pretreated using membrane filtration technologies in order to minimalize membrane fouling. This is a case study of recent developments in order to enhance the understanding of the process. So In the case study, we studied about agriculture field. In Future river water is used only for drinking purposes because of the growth of the population. At that time we use seawater by using the RO principle for agriculture purposes. So it performs multi operations. After that process, the wastewater (Brine Solution) is remaining. This Brine Solution is used to generate electric power with the help of osmatic power. We focus on renewable energy which converts seawater into drinking water, uses in the agriculture field, and generation of electricity.
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Unique Paper ID: 149683

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 1

Page(s): 373 - 377
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