fresh water distiller salinity

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chrls.antny
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fresh water distiller salinity

Postby chrls.antny » Tue Mar 12, 2013 10:05 pm

what all factors determine the salinity of the fresh water produced in a distiller ? Does the feed seawater inlet temperature and the rate of feed in to the evaporator has any effects on the salinity or it affects only the rate of production ? same way percentage of vacuum affects the rate of production , does it affect salinity too ?

In inert gas system the blower fan trips off if there is too low water flow for the scrubber and if the temperature of inert gas reaches something like around 75 degree celsius . what happens if the oxygen content goes above 8 % , the blower fan will trip or just only the three way valve will open venting the inert gas and blower fan will run continuously so that we can find where is the problem ?

Related to diesel engines excess amount of fuel injected in to the cylinder will cause cylinder head relief valve lifting , On what else conditions the relief valve may lift , by any chance will exhaust pressure results in relief valve lifting ?

thanks in advance for your guidance ......

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Re: fresh water distiller salinity

Postby JK » Wed Mar 13, 2013 4:45 am

are you writing a ticket?

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Re: fresh water distiller salinity

Postby chrls.antny » Wed Mar 13, 2013 5:28 am

Yes jk for class 4 in india


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