Introduction of nuclear desalination: a guidebook
International Atomic Energy Agency, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 281 pages
Interest in using nuclear energy for producing potable water has been growing around the world over the past ten years. This book provides guidance for decision makers on introducing nuclear desalination, and describes the steps involved in project implementation. The purpose is to facilitate the introduction of this technology and the sharing of resources amongst interested Member States. The guide is in three major parts: (1) an overview; (2) special spects and consideration relevant to the introduction of nuclear desalinisation; (3) steps to introduce nuclear desalinisation.
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STATUS AND PROSPECTS OF NUCLEAR
NUCLEAR ENERGY FOR DESALINATION
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