This is a performance model of the Humidification Dehumidification Desalination Process. Water Heated Humidification dehumidification (WH-HDH) process is used for producing fresh water from saline water at sub-boiling temperatures. This process uses a low-temperature source such as solar energy or waste heat source. Although these heat sources are available with minimal operating costs, an optimum thermal design is required to maximize the water production rate for given heat input. In this work, the main design and performance parameters are investigated for two HDH cycles namely, water-heated and air-heated cycles. First-law based thermal analyses are provided and performance charts are presented by considering assumptions. The system contains the following:
User can control the heat source to get the results about the amount of productivity
that should be produced.
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Humidification Dehumidification Desalination (Performance Model)
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