M.Tech / M.E / PhD Thesis | Civil Engineering | India | Volume 5 Issue 1, January 2016
Experimental Evaluation of Modified Photo Voltaic Method (MPVM) of Desalination System for Water Treatment
Chetan S. Kadlag | S. M. Gawande 
Abstract: Many countries in the terrain suffer from a shortage of natural fresh water. Increasing amounts of fresh water will be required in the future as a result of the growth in population rates and enhanced living standards, together with the expansion of industrial and agricultural activities. Achieving fresh-water resources from rivers and ground water are presently limited and are being increasingly depleted at an alarming rate in many places. As we know that about 97 % earths water is sea water, 2 % is entrapped in ice & glaciers, and only 0.5 % water is useful. A seawater desalination process separates saline seawater into two streams a fresh water stream incorporating a low concentration of dissolved salts and a concentrated brine stream. A study of various desalination processes has been presented in the following project report. The suggested Desalination methods may in turn furnish the ever increasing demand of water & may satisfy the needs of forthcoming generations. So growth of industrialization and population never been stopped as universe rule as far as possible we have to try to get maximum water from earth and as above mentioned sea water available is so large. As my project can help to next generation and industry to whole world. But as today Indias concerned about desalination so bad. So can India also take interest in such technology will help in growth of country.
Keywords: Desalination, Pv System, Saline Water, Solar System, Radiations
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 1, January 2016,
Pages: 1913 - 1918