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Title: Advancements in the energy-efficient brine mining technologies as a new frontier for renewable energy
Authors: Yue, Z
Anoopkumar, A N
Embalil Mathachan, A
Arivalagan, P
Parameswaran, B
Mohammed, K
Ashok, P
Kumar Awasthi, M
Raveendran, S
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2023
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Fuel; 335:127072
Abstract: The scientific community has profoundly relied on the recovery of various elements with special inference on the renewable energy-powered desalination of wastewater. Advanced developments in modern science and technology allow them to accomplish the aforesaid target using the various desalination approaches including zero discharge technology, multi-stage flash, multi-effect distillation, vapor compression, electrodialysis and membrane distillation. The recent advancements in the distribution of novel concepts over the treatment strategies allow the research community to integrate the green energy-based approaches with solar energy-efficient strategies as a renewable energy-powered desalination approach. There have been a number of advantages and disadvantages are concerned with the all the discussed approaches. However, the green-based technologies have well proven to be more preferred technology than the conventional approaches since the energy consumption, production cost and efficiency are noted to be reliable for these green-based approaches.
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