"In this investigation nocturnal radiation condensation cooling is considered to determine the possibility of using this method as a desalination process in remote areas, villages and resorts, etc. An experimental study was made and programs were developed to calculate water collection under ideal conditions. Both experimental and theoretical work indicated that this process is useful for small scale water production where there is no available energy sources. It can be used also in conjunction with solar desalination processes. Cost analysis and a preliminary design are included"--Abstract, page ii.
Findley, Marshall E., 1927-1991
Rigler, A. K.
Sitton, Oliver C., 1951-
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
M.S. in Chemical Engineering
King Faisal University
University of Missouri--Rolla
vii, 69 pages
© 1986 Ali Mufarreh Saleh Al-Amri, All rights reserved.
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Saline water conversion
Saline water conversion -- Distillation process
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Al-Amri, Ali Mufarreh Saleh, "Water desalination using nocturnal radiation cooling" (1986). Masters Theses. 426.