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Effect of the Temperature and Pressure on Pressure Retarded Osmosis Performance
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Effect of the Temperature and Pressure on Pressure Retarded Osmosis Performance
Sim, Jin-woo; Nam, Sook-Hyun; Koo, Jae-Wuk; Kim, Eun-Ju; Yoon, Young Han; Hwang, Tae-Mun;
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 Abstract
The Pressure Retarded Osmosis (PRO) is the next generation desalination technique and is considered as a eco-friendly energy. This was conducted to evaluate the effect of the temperature and pressure on the PRO performance. The flux of the permeation was measured under different operating conditions and estimated the power density. An improvement of PRO performance is depend on increasing solution temperature and optimum pressure. The effect of increasing feed solution temperature has stronger impact on the PRO performance comparing to the draw solution temperature. The reason of the results was due to the change of osmotic power, viscosity, water permeability and structure parameter(s).
 Keywords
Desalination;Optimization;PRO performance;Pressure retarded osmosis;
 Language
Korean
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