Improving the productivity of single effect double slope solar still by modification simple

  • Wissam H. Alawee, Instructor Center of truuing-Univ. of tecnology
Keywords: Distilled water productivity; solar still; productivity; conventional solar still

Abstract

The present paper is an experimental study to improve the productivity of the conventional solar still. This done by modifying conventional still in a way that the distilled basin is larger than distillation basin, thus providing an increase in the condensation surface and speeding up the condensation process. Moreover, increase in the dimensions of the distilled base helps coupling reflective panels to the distilled base to reflect incident solar radiation to the distillation basin. For this purpose , two solar stills were made, one conventional designand another made according to the proposed design. The two solar stills were tested during the period from February to July 2009 under varying weather conditions of Basra, Iraq (latitude of 33.33 and longitude of 44.43). Experimental results showed that the modified still gives about 18%-24% higher distillate than the conventional still for the same basin condition.

 

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Published
2015-08-01
How to Cite
Alawee, W. (2015) “Improving the productivity of single effect double slope solar still by modification simple”, Journal of Engineering, 21(8), pp. 50-60. Available at: http://joe.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/main/article/view/383 (Accessed: 6April2020).