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World Journal of Engineering
Research and Technology

( An ISO 9001:2015 Certified International Journal )

An International Peer Reviewed Journal for Engineering Research and Technology

ISSN 2454-695X

Impact Factor : 5.924

ICV : 79.45

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*Dr. G. Chandramowleeswaran, Dr. S. Arul Krishnan and Dr. K. Prakash


Water is one of the world's most inexhaustible assets, covering around 75% of the planet's surface. However, there is an intense deficiency of consumable water in numerous nations, particularly in Indian subcontinent. The explanation behind this evident logical inconsistency is, obviously that ?97.5% of the world's water is salt water in the seas and just 2.5% is new water in ground water, lakes and streams and this provisions generally human and creature needs. Handling the water shortage issue must include better and increasingly financial methods of desalinating seawater. India Desalination Plant Market 2013-2023. India desalination plant showcase is estimate to reach $ 1.38 billion by 2023 in India. Development in the market can be ascribed to expanding innovative progressions, rising water shortage and developing urbanization the nation over. This article presents a thorough audit of water desalination frameworks, regardless of whether worked by customary vitality or sustainable power source, to change over saline water into new water.

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