Multiple-effect humidification

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Water desalination
Methods

Multiple-effect humidification (MEH) is a method used for thermal desalination of sea water. It uses multiple evaporationcondensation cycles at separate temperature levels to minimize the total energy consumption of solar humidification processes.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Müller-Holst, Hendrik (2002). "Multiple Effect Humidification Dehumidification at ambient pressure: Optimisation and applications" (in German and English). Technical University of Munich. Retrieved October 25, 2012.