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|Title:||CONVERSION OF SALINE WATER FOR MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY|
|Authors:||Jain, R. K.|
|Keywords:||CIVIL ENGINEERING;WATER SUPPLY;SALINE WATER;MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY|
|Abstract:||The presence of sodium-ablorlde or any other stall salt cases salinity in water. As seawater contains large. quantities of such salts, it li always saline. Ground waters nay elso be saline beCause of Seawater intrusion at sone places and solution of mineral salts in ground in, other places. Such saline waters are not acceptable for drinking municipal water supplies. Insalt Places there is shor of freshwater but selins water is available in abun Weever freshwater can be transported over long distances but the cost may,be high. ender such circumstances conversion of saline water into freshwater becomes Imperative. Conversion of saline water may be, therefore, eonsidered economicallyfeasible alternative to conventional water supply methods in locations where the Complete cost for a converted saline supply is lesithan that for conventionally treated water transported over long distances.|
|Research Supervisor/ Guide:||Chandra, Mahoh|
|Appears in Collections:||MASTERS' DISSERTATIONS (Civil Engg)|
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