Latent heat storage for solar still applications

Abhishek Anand, Karunesh Kant, Amritanshu Shukla, Atul Sharma

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Water is critical and inevitable for all forms of life, which is available in copious but not suitable for direct ingestion. Also, the existing technologies are costly, bungling, and energy inefficient. They trip on fossils fuel which is infecting. The technology we are considering here exploits direct solar energy for water desalination. This greener technology further concentrates on the latent heat storage through phase change materials (PCMs). The PCMs are profusely available at reasonable rates. The technology transition will reduce the carbon footprint safeguarding the energy security and environmental sustainability.
Originele taal-2Engels
TitelSolar Desalination Technology
RedacteurenAnil Kumar, Om Prakash
Plaats van productieSpringer Singapore
UitgeverijSpringer
Hoofdstuk14
Pagina's293-323
Aantal pagina's31
Uitgave1st
ISBN van elektronische versie978-981-13-6887-5
ISBN van geprinte versie978-981-13-6886-8
DOI's
StatusGepubliceerd - 23 mei 2019

Publicatie series

NaamGreen Energy and Technology
ISSN van geprinte versie1865-3529
ISSN van elektronische versie1865-3537

Vingerafdruk

Heat storage
Latent heat
Phase change materials
Environmental technology
Carbon footprint
Energy security
Desalination
Fossil fuels
Solar energy
Sustainable development
Water

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Anand, A., Kant, K., Shukla, A., & Sharma, A. (2019). Latent heat storage for solar still applications. In A. Kumar, & O. Prakash (editors), Solar Desalination Technology (1st redactie, blz. 293-323). (Green Energy and Technology). Springer Singapore: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-6887-5_14
Anand, Abhishek ; Kant, Karunesh ; Shukla, Amritanshu ; Sharma, Atul. / Latent heat storage for solar still applications. Solar Desalination Technology. redacteur / Anil Kumar ; Om Prakash. 1st. redactie Springer Singapore : Springer, 2019. blz. 293-323 (Green Energy and Technology).
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Anand A, Kant K, Shukla A, Sharma A. Latent heat storage for solar still applications. In Kumar A, Prakash O, redacteurs, Solar Desalination Technology. 1st redactie Springer Singapore: Springer. 2019. blz. 293-323. (Green Energy and Technology). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-6887-5_14