E3S Web Conf.
Volume 91, 2019Topical Problems of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Environmental Economics (TPACEE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Environmental Solutions for Waste and Wastewater Treatment|
|Published online||02 April 2019|
Technology of receiving fresh water from forcedly saturated air through the use of solar energy
1 Industrial University of Lunacharskogo str., 2, 625001, Tyumen, Russia
2 LLC “ELECTRORAM”, Production Department, Przewalskogo str., 33/1, ap.79, 652023, Moscow, Russia
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
At present, as a result of climate change and man-caused impact on the environment, fresh drinking quality water deficit is observed in many regions of the world. The sufficiency of fresh water provides high quality of living, the stabilization of the internal and foreign political situation, especially in developing countries. A lot of fresh drinking quality water production technologies are known today. Most of them consume a significant amount of energy and pose a considerable danger to the environment. As a source of energy, as a rule, hydrocarbon raw material is used, which is an exhaustible resource. The authors developed a technology for obtaining fresh water of drinking quality from atmospheric air using the solar energy. The article provides a substantiation of the way of fresh water production from air and also describes the energy balance in its implementation.
© The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2019
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