An in-depth guide to reverse osmosis desalination This Water Environment Federation and WateReuse Association publication provides comprehensive information on the planning and engineering of brackish and seawater desalination projects for municipal water supplies. After a brief overview of widely used desalination technologies, Desalination Engineering focuses on reverse osmosis desalination. The book discusses basic principles, planning and environmental review of projects, design and selection of key desalination plant components, desalinated water posttreatment, and concentrate management. Guidelines on sizing and cost estimation of desalination plant facilities are also included in this practical resource. COVERAGE INCLUDES: Source water quality characterization Fundamentals of reverse osmosis desalination Planning considerations Environmental review and permitting Intakes for source water collection Intake pump stations Source water screening and conditioning Sand removal, sedimentation, and dissolved air flotation Pretreatment by granular media filtration Pretreatment by membrane filtration Comparison of granular media and membrane pretreatment Reverse osmosis separation Post-treatment of desalinated water Desalination plant discharge management Desalination project cost estimatesparallel with the test tank; observations from this tank will be used as a baseline for comparison and statistical ... The test species should be exposed to several blends of concentrate and ambient receiving surface water that may ... Starting from the low end of the salinity concentration, individual test tanks should be set for salinity increments of 1 to 2 ppt until the maximum test salinity concentration is anbsp;...
|Title||:||Desalination Engineering: Planning and Design|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2012-12-18|