Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Pathways and Challenges for Efficient Desalination

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Academic Editor

Muhammad Wakil Shahzad
Muhammad Wakil Shahzad

Northumbria University,
United Kingdom

Co-editors

Mike Dixon
Mike Dixon

Synauta Inc.,
Canada

Giancarlo Barassi
Giancarlo Barassi

Aquatech International LLC,
United States of America

Ben Bin Xu
Ben Bin Xu

Northumbria University,
United Kingdom

Yinzhu Jiang
Yinzhu Jiang

Zhejiang University,
China

Published01 June 2022

Doi10.5772/intechopen.94651

ISBN978-1-83968-877-5

Print ISBN978-1-83968-876-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83968-878-2

Copyright year2022

Number of pages146

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Open access  chapters

1. Energy Recovery in Membrane Process

By Saeed Pourkarim Nozhdehi

186
2. Desalination Membrane Management

By Thallam Lakshmi Prasad

86
3. Desalination Brine Management: Effect on Outfall Design

By Ishita Shrivastava and Edward Eric Adams

256
222
5. Remineralization and Stabilization of Desalinated Water

By Nicholas Nelson and Antonella De Luca

767

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