Management of Concentrate from Desalination Plants

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  • Author : Nikolay Voutchkov
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 292 pages
  • ISBN : 0128180463
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Management of Concentrate from Desalination Plants

Management of Concentrate from Desalination Plants
  • Author : Nikolay Voutchkov,Gisela Kaiser
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 15 August 2020
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Management of Concentrate from Desalination Plants provides an overview of the alternatives for managing concentrate generated by brackish water and seawater desalination plants, as well as site-specific factors involved in the selection of the most viable alternative for a given project, and the environmental permitting requirements and studies associated with their implementation. The book focuses on widely used alternatives for disposal of concentrate, including discharge to surface water bodies; disposal to the wastewater collection system; deep well injection; land application;

Desalination Concentrate Management

Desalination Concentrate Management
  • Author : Bradley Ladewig,Benjamin Asquith
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 25 October 2011
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This book examines five methods used for concentrate management, namely; disposal to surface water, disposal to sewerage, deep well injection, land applications and evaporation ponds. In particular, the book focuses on the design, siting, cost, and environmental impacts of these methods. While these methods are widely practiced in a variety of settings already, there are many limitations that restrict the use of certain disposal options in particular locations.

Desalination of Seawater

Desalination of Seawater
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : American Water Works Association
  • Release : 09 May 2021
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The use of seawater desalination is an increasingly sought after alternative for new drinking water supplies in coastal areas, particularly as desalination becomes more economical. This new manual of practice parlays lessons learned from recent studies and global seawater desalination projects into guidance for desalination facilities that are reliable, economical, and environmentally sound. This new manual is specifically designed to help water utility managers and design engineers understand desalination–the technologies, the infrastructure, and the costs–to make informed decisions

Desalination Engineering Operation and Maintenance

Desalination Engineering  Operation and Maintenance
  • Author : Nikolay Voutchkov
  • Publisher : McGraw Hill Professional
  • Release : 05 April 2014
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THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO DESALINATION PLANT OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE This Water Environment Federation and WateReuse Association publication describes state-of-the art operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting methods for reverse osmosis brackish and seawater desalination plants for municipal water supplies. All plant components are discussed in detail, from intake and pretreatment to discharge management. Best practices for maintaining plant equipment are also provided. Real-world examples illustrating the latest technologies and their practical implementation are included throughout this authoritative resource. Desalination Engineering covers: Source

Desalination Engineering Planning and Design

Desalination Engineering  Planning and Design
  • Author : Nikolay Voutchkov
  • Publisher : McGraw Hill Professional
  • Release : 06 December 2012
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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

Intakes and Outfalls for Seawater Reverse Osmosis Desalination Facilities

Intakes and Outfalls for Seawater Reverse Osmosis Desalination Facilities
  • Author : Thomas M. Missimer,Burton Jones,Robert G. Maliva
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 07 April 2015
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The book assembles the latest research on new design techniques in water supplies using desalinated seawater. The authors examine the diverse issues related to the intakes and outfalls of these facilities. They clarify how and why these key components of the facilities impact the cost of operation and subsequently the cost of water supplied to the consumers. The book consists of contributed articles from a number of experts in the field who presented their findings at the "Desalination Intakes and

Desalination

Desalination
  • Author : National Research Council,Division on Earth and Life Studies,Water Science and Technology Board,Committee on Advancing Desalination Technology
  • Publisher : National Academies Press
  • Release : 14 September 2008
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There has been an exponential increase in desalination capacity both globally and nationally since 1960, fueled in part by growing concern for local water scarcity and made possible to a great extent by a major federal investment for desalination research and development. Traditional sources of supply are increasingly expensive, unavailable, or controversial, but desalination technology offers the potential to substantially reduce water scarcity by converting the almost inexhaustible supply of seawater and the apparently vast quantities of brackish groundwater into new