Eausmose project: desalination by reverse osmosis and batteryless solar energy: design for a 1m3 per day delivery

Abstract : The desalination of seawater or brackish water sees its production capacity increases by the day. In the last 40 years significant progress has been made to reduce production costs and produce drinking water with processes more and more environmentally friendly. Within this framework, a portable desalination prototype with a low environmental impact has been developed and tested. It is based on a reverse osmosis process powered by solar panels without using an intermediate storage battery. The development of an effective energy regulator could lead to a continuous production of desalinated water in the order of 1 m3/d.
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Audrey Soric, Rémy Césaro, P. Perez, E. Guiol, Philippe Moulin. Eausmose project: desalination by reverse osmosis and batteryless solar energy: design for a 1m3 per day delivery. Desalination, Elsevier, 2012, 301, pp.67-74. ⟨10.1016/j.desal.2012.06.013⟩. ⟨hal-00992892⟩

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