FINDING AN ALTERNATIVE WAY TO REDUCE THE DEMAND OF POTABLE WATER
Author(s):
Ravi Kumar, Ravi Kumar, Shashikant Das, Amit Saxena
Keywords:
SOLAR STEEL BASIN,Passive solar steel,Active solar steel
Abstract
The paper presents the results of experiment carried out on the finding of alternate method to generate water from the surrounding to reduce the demand of potable water mostly in dry areas. For this purpose we use the material called silica gel, Silica gel (SiO2) is a granular, porous form of silicon dioxide made synthetically from sodium silicate. We designed an air tight closed container for silica gel to be placed inside the solar steel basin. Our aim is to design and prototype of an atmospheric water collector. The purpose of this technique is to taking out fresh water from humid air and emphasize on the natural resources. Fresh drinking water is not easily available in modern days[1]. There are certain locations globally where not even a small drop of water is available. In most of the villages of Rajasthan (India) and many other places, people have to travel through a long distance to reach a water resource. There is abundance of the water in the atmospheric air[2]. The available water molecules can be a resource which will be used for harnessing the usable water to meet present day water requirements.
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Unique Paper ID: 143098

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 2, Issue 7

Page(s): 633 - 635
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