Desalination plant in sahara

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sydney desalination plant description and sahara forest project.

created by OUAMMAR Samir from the curiousrhinos (http://curiousrhinos.pbworks.com)

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Desalination plant in sahara

  1. 1. Guided tour of a water desalination plantby OUAMMAR Samir and Fehim Kararic from the Curiousrhinos.
  2. 2. Contents  A few figures.  What the hell is desalination?  Visit of Sydney desalination Plant. -Water journey into the plant, step by step.  The Sahara Forest Project.  Conclusion and references
  3. 3. 70% 97% Is the part of  3,500 Is the number of Is the globe covered by desalination plants in percentage of water the world salty water 1,400,000,000 km3 Is the total amount of water available on EARTH>1% 2% is the 2,59% Is the percentageIs the total amount ofamount of water of fresh water onwater currently contained earthusable on Earth in ice sheet
  4. 4. 70% 97% Is the part of  3,500 Is the number of Is the globe covered by desalination plants in percentage of water the world salty water 1,400,000,000 km3 Is the total amount of water available on EARTH>1% 2% is the 2,59% Is the percentageIs the total amount ofamount of water of fresh water onwater currently contained earthusable on Earth in ice sheet
  5. 5. Desalination?
  6. 6. Sydney Water Desalination Plant’s Virtual Tour
  7. 7. Sahara Forest Project
  8. 8.  Objectives: Develop and deploy an integrated, large scale system for reforestation Provide enough energy for Africa and Europe Description: The plant will work on arid condition It will use a combination between Seawater Greenhouses and Concentrated Solar Power
  9. 9. How does it works?
  10. 10. The huge amount of power provided by the solar powerplants will allow the pumping of cold water from theabyss.After, warm air will be running through a structurewhose walls are infused with cold sea water, so that, thisair will immediately be humidified, cooled and thencondensed into fresh water by sunlight.
  11. 11. Conclusion References: Sydney Water Sarah Forest Project Wikipedia Please visit my classmates work

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