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Water desalination technologies in the ESCWA member countries
|Statement||Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia.|
|Contributions||United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia.|
|LC Classifications||TD478.6.M628 W38 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 177 p. :|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||2004377393|
Desalination is the removal of salt and contaminants from water. It involves a broad range of technologies that yield access to marginal sources of water such as seawater, brackish ground- and surface water, and wastewater. Given the reduction in access to fresh water in recent decades and the. More generally, desalination refers to the removal of salts and minerals from a target substance, as in soil desalination, which is an issue for agriculture. Saltwater is desalinated to produce water suitable for human consumption or irrigation.
The International Desalination Association (IDA) is the world’s leading resource for information and professional development for the global desalination industry – and the only global association focused exclusively on desalination and water reuse technologies. The book comprises 14 chapters covering all the issues related to water desalination. These chapters emphasize the relationship between problems encountered with the use of feed water, the processes developed to address them, the operation of the required plants and solutions actually implemented. This compendium will assist designers, engineers and investigators to Cited by:
Regional Advisors respond to requests by member Governments and provide, on a priority basis, policy and technical advisory services. ESCWA member countries may benefit from the services of Regional Advisors by submitting a formal request with detailed terms of reference that have been cleared through the national ESCWA TC focal point. Desalination was for long considered a technology too expensive to adopt in most arid countries except those with large reserves of fossil fuels and affluent economies. Recent advances in desalination technology have abolished this old paradigm and have increased its market share in many arid and semi-arid countries. Nevertheless, the introduction of a desalination .
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Water desalination technologies in the ESCWA member countries. New York: United Nations, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia.
OCLC Number: Notes. DESALINATION CAPACITY The total global capacity of desalinated water is an estimated 61 million cubic metres per day (m3/day). The ESCWA region has an estimated capacity of 27 million m3/day, or 44 per cent of global capacity, which is expected to increase in.
This report focuses on national and regional capacities for the management of shared water resources in ESCWA member countries. Specific attention is paid to the legal frameworks for shared water resources management and the ways in which legal instruments and agreements can support integrated wa.
28 Developing the Capacity of ESCWA Member Countries to Address the Water and Energy Nexus for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals. Hydraulic fracturing, also known as fracking, is another process through which oil and gas resources are obtained.
The increasing gap between the supply and demand for water in the Economic and Social Commission of Western Asia (ESCWA) member countries: Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen) can be attributed to the limited availability of surface water, mining of fossil groundwater Cited by: 6.
ESCWA Series on Water Development 7 Oct The Arab Ministerial Water Council (AMWC) took the initiative to establish a regional monitoring mechanism for water and sanitation services that builds upon indicators globally monitored under the UNICEF-WHO Joint Monitoring Program (JMP), and tasked ESCWA to lead its development and implementat.
the comprehensive development of the GCC countries. This book, which includes comprehensive information on the desalination sector in the GCC countries, is an important part of the efforts made by the GCC and considered as a reference guiding the concerned authorities, researchers and those interested in the water sector in the GCC countries.
Review of Water Resources and Desalination Technologies. Table 1 provides an overview of those countries currently experiencing water. In her book Last Oasis, Author: James E. Miller. Most of the water available on the earth has a salinity up to 10 ppm and seawater normally has salinity in the range of 35 –45 ppm in the form of total dissolved salts [ 5 ].
Desalination is a process in which saline water is separated into two parts, one that has a low concentration of dissolved salts, Cited by: Desalination of water is one of the key drivers under non-power applications of DAE program.
Desali-nation Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) has been engaged in R&D on various as-pects of desalination and water purification technologies starting from basic research work to develop-ment and deployment Size: 2MB.
Current address: Terrestrial Environmental Research Center, Environmental Research and Wildlife Devel- opment Agency, P.O. BoxAbu Dhabi, UAE The role of desalination in augmentation of water supply in GCC countries Mohamed A.
Dawoud National Water Research Center, El Kanter El Khairia, Kalubia, Egypt Tel. + (2) ; Fax + (2) Cited by: This module, implemented within a United Nations Development Account (DA) project on “Developing the capacities of ESCWA member countries to address the water and energy nexus for achieving Sustainable Developing Goals,” tackles water and energy issues from a technology transfer perspective.
The aim is to further cooperation between Arab countries. /content/igo/unp. Advanced Search. FR JA. the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA), e-mail: [email protected] The findings, interpretations and conclusions expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United Nations or its officials or Member States.
Energy Options for Water Desalination in Selected ESCWA Member Countries, United Nations, New York. Google Scholar European Commission, MayRenewable Energy Driven Desalination Systems - REDDES, Directorate-General for Energy and Transport Directorate General for Energy, Contract number /Z/01–/Cited by: Desalination with wind and wave power.
Desalination in Selected ESCWA Member Countries, United Nations, New York, Energy Options for Water Desalination in Selected ESCWA Member.
ESCWA is implementing a UN Development Account (DA) Project on “Developing the Capacities of ESCWA Member Countries to Address the Water and Energy Nexus for Achieving Sustainable Developing Goals”.
The DA project targets to strengthen the capacity of ESCWA member countries to achieve an integrated and sustainable management of water.
The thesis also focuses on the Economic and Social Commission for West Asia (ESCWA) member countries were access to water is limited due to scanty rainfall and dry lands. Desalination technology has played a significant role in solving their water scarcity in the region leading to sustainable : Tolumo Desmond Oyoh.
Desalination is a dynamically growing field with more research, more engineering, more applications, more countries, more people, and with more training programs. This book provides high quality invited reviews on progress in various aspects of the desalination field.
Part of the NATO Security through Science Series book series. Abstract Mille J. r, Review of Water Resources and Desalination Technologies, Sandia National Laboratories, March Energy Options for Water Desalination in Selected ESCWA Member Countries, United Nations, New York, Cited by: 3.
Research Highlights Comprehensive review of desalination technologies and growth trends. The assessment of energy requirements, water production cost, and environmental impact. Comparison and technology matrix of commercial technologies are highlighted.
The global desalination policies for the major desalination user countries and policy by: Energy options for water desalination in selected ESCWA member countries.
New York: United Nations, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia.
OCLC Number: Notes.Water Desalination: When and Where Will it Make Sense? Joachim Koschikowski Fraunhofer Institute for Technical key values of different desalination technologies Technology Plant capacity [m³]/day Specific thermal Seawater, brackishwater, riverwater, waste water Data source IDA year book Desalination: Implementation and.