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Title: Desalination plants (reverse osmosis) to improve thermal power station. Yield and life cycle
Authors: del Río Gamero, Beatriz 
Prieto Prado, Inés 
Perez Baez, Sebastian Ovidio 
Gómez Gotor, Antonio 
UNESCO Clasification: Investigación
330806 Regeneración del agua
330810 Tecnología de aguas residuales
330811 Control de la contaminación del agua
Keywords: Desalination
Dual plants
Energy
Environment
Greenhouse gases
Reverse osmosis
Thermal power station
Water
Issue Date: 2016
Journal: Desalination and Water Treatment 
Conference: European-Desalination-Society (EuroMed) Conference on Desalination for Clean Water and Energy 
Abstract: Nowadays, the most important problems that affect the world are carbon footprint decrease, fossil fuel use, and climate change. As proof of that, all environmental international agencies impose different laws and rules related to greenhouse effect. European Union policy is a clear example, which is explained in the document “2020 Strategies (COM/2010/2020 final)” [1]. Water deficit is another question that produces a lot of problems around the World. About 1,100 million people lack access to safe drinking water, which represents 18% of the world population. Approximately 42% of the population is not able to access basic sanitation. The project raised different problems related to water and energy production. The primary goal is to achieve low carbon emissions. Moreover, these dual plants (desalination and thermal power plants) should be more efficient and flexible. The project’s main goal is to study water and energy cogeneration in half power thermal power plants through different docking ways. The system is approached to be installed in areas where water is not sufficient.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/42418
ISSN: 1944-3994
DOI: 10.1080/19443994.2016.1173378
Source: Desalination and Water Treatment[ISSN 1944-3994],v. 57, p. 23420-23429
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