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Economic and Technical Feasibility of Water Desalination in Urban Cities of India

Author(s):

Kulkarni Raghvendra Manikrao , LNMIPPL

Keywords:

Water Desalination, Feasibility, Cost Study

Abstract

Indian megacities face severe water system issues attributable to factors starting from growing population to high municipal pipe discharge rates; no Indian town provides 24/7 water system. Current approaches to addressing the matter are “utility centrical,” commanding the importance of localized activities by customers, groundwater extraction via non-public wells, and formation recharge by fresh water harvest home. we have a tendency to propose a framework that produces it attainable to judge a wider vary of centralized and localized policies than antecedently thought-about. Water deficiency in Calif. may be a major issue. With increasing demands, new water sources are being explored and enforced. desalination of briny and brine is turning into additional in style, however prices are still high for top energy use, capital, and allowing. Whereas most typical water prices are below the price of desalinated water, this might modification. Though briny desalinization is already economical brine desalinization is unattractive with prices. Decreasing prices from technological advances together with rising prices for typical water sources may build brine desalinization engaging in some regions for a few uses. Specifically, many extremely inhabited, coastal regions with brine desalinization may become financially engaging by the tip of the last decade if prices still decrease. However, brine desalinization is unlikely to be economical.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV4I120611
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 12
Publication Date: 01/03/2017
Page(s): 864-868

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