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Desalination methods and engineering applications of water / Chemical Industry Press

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  • Revision: 1
  • Page number: 302
  • Number of words: 507000
  • Printing time: 2009-1-1
  • Folio: 16 open
  • Paper: offset paper
  • Impression: 1
  • Packing: paperback
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  • ISBN ISBN:9787122034199
  • Classification: book > building > urban and rural planning / Municipal Engineering > water supply / drainage / sewage treatment
 

    Content recommendation

    This book brings together the existing main water desalination methods at home and abroad, and pays attention to the practicability. Mainly introduces the thermodynamic method, chemical method, electromembrane method, pressure membrane method, electric adsorption water desalination method of basic principle, technology and equipment, technical parameters, economic index, advantages and disadvantages, general conditions and regeneration cleaning, examples and application examples, and introduces the overall design of water desalting station and the salt content of the main water quality standard value limit.
    The method of water desalting in this book is centralized, systematic and comprehensive, novel, informative and applicable. It can be used as reference for the science and technology and management personnel of water supply and drainage engineering, power plant chemical engineering and environmental engineering, as well as teachers and students in Colleges and universities.

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    The first chapter is the introduction of water desalting
    Structure and properties of 1.1 water
    Composition and structure of 1.1.1 water
    Anomalous characteristics of 1.1.2 water
    Thermodynamic properties of 1.1.3 water
    1.2 impurities in natural water
    1.2.1 is classified according to particle size of impurities
    1.2.2 classification according to the chemical structure of impurities
    1.2.3 is classified according to impurity sources
    1.3 electrolyte and salt content
    1.3.1 electrolyte
    1.3.2 salt content
    Measurement of salt content in 1.3.3
    Purity classification of 1.4 water
    1.4.1 is classified according to the salt content of water

    The first chapter is the introduction of water desalting
    Structure and properties of 1.1 water
    Composition and structure of 1.1.1 water
    Anomalous characteristics of 1.1.2 water
    Thermodynamic properties of 1.1.3 water
    1.2 impurities in natural water
    1.2.1 is classified according to particle size of impurities
    1.2.2 classification according to the chemical structure of impurities
    1.2.3 is classified according to impurity sources
    1.3 electrolyte and salt content
    1.3.1 electrolyte
    1.3.2 salt content
    Measurement of salt content in 1.3.3
    Purity classification of 1.4 water
    1.4.1 is classified according to the salt content of water
    1.4.2 according to the hardness of water
    Desalting method and process for 1.5 water
    The purpose and significance of 1.5.1 desalting
    Classification of 1.5.2 desalting methods
    Process composition of 1.5.3 desalting system
    Reference
    The second chapter, the pretreatment requirements of water desalination
    Effect of 2.1 harmful components in water on desalting method
    The influence of 2.1.1 on distillation
    Effect of 2.1.2 on ion exchange method
    Effect of 2.1.3 on electrodialysis
    The influence of 2.1.4 on reverse osmosis
    Effect of 2.1.5 on Electro adsorption
    Water quality requirements for feed water in 2.2 desalting unit
    Silt density index 2.2.1
    Pretreatment principle of feed water in 2.2.2 reverse osmosis unit
    Feed water quality index of several desalting equipments in 2.2.3
    2.3 pretreatment system for demineralized feed water
    2.3.1 influent pretreatment system for surface water
    2.3.2 influent pretreatment system for groundwater
    Pretreatment system of 2.3.3 water supply for urban tap water
    Pretreatment system of 2.3.4 influent wastewater
    The third chapter is the desalination of water by thermal method
    3.1 overview
    Principle and types of desalting by 3.1.1 thermal method
    Development of desalting by 3.1.2 thermal method
    Main application of desalting by 3.1.3 thermal method
    3.2 distillation
    3.2.1 multiple effect distillation
    3.2.2 multistage flash evaporation
    3.2.3 steam distillation
    3.2.4 solar distillation
    3.3 freezing method
    The principle and development of 3.3.1 freezing method
    Classification of 3.3.2 freezing method
    The principle and process of various artificial freezing methods for 3.3.3
    Development prospect of 3.3.4 freezing method
    Reference
    The fourth chapter is chemical desalting of water
    4.1 ion exchange method
    The basic principle of 4.1.1 ion exchange
    4.1.2 ion exchange resin
    4.1.3 ion exchange unit
    4.1.4 ion exchange process system
    Design and calculation of 4.1.5 ion exchange system
    4.2 other chemical methods of removing salt
    4.2.1 solvent extraction
    4.2.2 hydrate method
    4.2.3 chemical precipitation method
    Reference
    The fifth chapter is the removal of salt from water by one membrane method
    5.1 electrodialysis
    Brief introduction of 5.1.1 electrodialysis development
    The principle and characteristics of 5.1.2 electrodialysis desalination
    5.1.3 ion exchange membrane
    5.1.4 electrodialysis unit
    Example of design and calculation of 5.1.5 electrodialysis desalination
    Operation and maintenance of 5.1.6 electrodialysis unit
    5.1.7 frequent reversal electrode electrodialysis
    Application example of 5.1.8 electrodialysis
    5.2 electro deionization
     ……
    The sixth chapter is water pressure membrane desalination
    Electric suction said chapter seventh salt water
    The eighth chapter is the overall design of water desalting station
    The ninth chapter is the main water quality standard for salinity limit