Sample records for INSTALACIONES DE DESALACION (desalination plants)

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Worldwide Oil Prize, Desalination and Population Growth Correlation Study

Bashitialshaaer, Raed; Persson, Kenneth M

as a function of oil production and population increase for a large group of countries for the last 25 years. Thesecountries were selected for their large desalination production and Sweden presented as reference. Oil productioncorrelated well with investments in new desalination capacity. On a ye...

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Limestone selection criteria for EDR water remineralization

Ruggieri, Flavia; Fernandez-Turiel, J. L.; Gimeno, D.; Valero, F.; García, J. C.; Medina, María E.

Digital.CSIC (Spain)


Gestión medioambiental de salmueras en plantas de desalación marina

De la Fuente, J.A.; Ovejero, M.; Queralt Mitjans, Ignacio

Digital.CSIC (Spain)


Estimated Future Production of Desalinated Seawater in the MENA Countries and Consequences for the Recipients

Bashitialshaaer, Raed; Persson, Kenneth M; Larson, Magnus

Seawater desalination constitutes an important source for water supply to the population bordering the Arabian Gulf, the Mediterranean Sea, and the Red Sea. Desalination has advantages and disadvantages which may depend on the region, location, technology, impact and amount of fresh water production...

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Environmental Assessment of Brine Discharge Including Wastewater Collection in the Arabian Gulf

Bashitialshaaer, Raed; Flyborg, Lena; Persson, Kenneth M

The environmental effects of brine discharge in the Arabian/Persian Gulf have been assessed. The Arabic Gulf is a wide and shallow system having a horizontal shear dominance. The management choice of mixing brine with wastewater to reduce the salt content in the discharge has also been considered. A...

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Analysis and Modelling of Desalination Brines

Bashitialshaaer, Raed

Seawater desalination constitutes an important water supply to the population bordering the Arabian Gulf, theMediterranean Sea and the Red Sea. The three regions represent about 11.8% of the world land area and the countrieshosted approximately 9% of the world population in 1950 and 2008 and are a...

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