solar evaporation

solar evaporation

[′sō·lər i‚vap·ə′rā·shən]
(hydrology)
The evaporation of water due to the sun's heat.
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* The Ecovap, low energy, solar evaporation suite might be one of a number of new solutions to consider as alternative to deep well injection.
MGX has developed a rapid lithium extraction technology eliminating or greatly reducing the physical footprint and investment in large, multi-phase, lake sized, lined evaporation ponds, as well as enhancing the quality of extraction and recovery across a complex range of brines as compared with traditional solar evaporation.
Brine will be transferred along the feed channel to the solar evaporation ponds with the assistance of two pumping stations.
"Most groups working on solar evaporation technologies are trying to develop advanced materials, such as metallic plasmonic and carbon-based nanomaterials," Gan says.
The temperatures of the points, displayed on the right side of Figure 2, at bottom, middle, and top of the solar evaporation section (i.e., solar collector) were recorded.
The stark contrast in (https://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/SearchPhotos/photo.pl?mission=ISS052&roll=E&frame=8757) this photo is created by the land in Utah next to the solar evaporation ponds used to mine potassium chloride in Moab.
He explained that salt can be produced through three phases, of which Egypt uses only two: solar evaporation and vacuum under altering pressure.
(CSE: XMG) (FKT: 1MG) has acquired intellectual property and design rights to a proprietary processing design that proposes to reduce lithium brine evaporation times by over standard solar evaporation pond processes, the company said.
THE NGOs working with the gas tragedy victims assert that the waste dumped in the Union Carbide plant and solar evaporation ponds ( SEPs) have spawned diseases afflicting a new generation of Bhopalis.
Salt is recovered from the sea water by solar evaporation and during this process two side products are produced, salt pan mud (fango) and brine.
Other methods of salt production include deep–shaft mining, and solar evaporation.
Solar evaporation is the most prevalent method of producing salt, accounting for 38 percent of 2010 industry shipments.