Cation exchange pretreatment studies for high recovery - Yuma desalting plant

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Applied Sciences Branch, Division of Research, Engineering Research Center, Bureau of Reclamation, Available from National Technical Information Service , Denver, Colo, Springfield, Va
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Statementby John W. Kaakinen and Paul E. Laverty.
ContributionsLaverty, Paul E., Engineering and Research Center (U.S.). Applied Sciences Branch.
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Kaakinen, John W., and Paul E. Laverty, Cation Exchange Pretreatment Studies for High Recovery - Yuma Desalting Plant, REC-ERC–11, Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colorado, in Author: John W.

Kaakinen. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. An ED (electrodialysis pilot plant achieved high desalting recoveries of nearly 95 percent at the YDTF (Yuma Desalting Test Facility, Arizona) and 92 percent at LVS (La Verkin Springs, Utah) during over hours of operation.

Brine TDS (total dissolved solids) concentrations of nearly g/m3 were obtained at LVS, which is a greater brine concentration than is possible using RO (reverse. STATUS OF THE YUMA DESALTING PLANT L. HAUGSETH Q. be -a e.

^ ^ -^ -^ BO E STATUS OF THE YUMA DESALTING PLANT fVont design Figure 3 shows the site plan for the desalting plant and associated pretreatment. Figure 4 is an artist's conception of the by: 4.

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A high water recovery hybrid system (without antiscalants) was designed and simulated for desalination of Colorado River (CR) water (TDS = mg/L) at the same capacity as the Yuma plant (96 Mgpd).

Recommendations of the Yuma Desalting Plant/Cienega de Santa Clara Workgroup I. The Yuma Desalting Plant/Cienega de Santa Clara Workgroup “Run the Yuma Desalting Plant. The Federal Government needs to fulfill its promise to the Basin States and salvage valuable Colorado River water resources,” one side argues.

“No. Don’t run the. Water softening is the most widely used cation exchange process. Similarly, in anion exchange negatively charged ions are exchanged with negatively charged ions on the resin surface - typically chloride. Contaminants such as nitrate, fluoride, sulfate, and arsenic.

Back to Summer Newsletter by Jennifer McCloskey, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Yuma Area Office Manager From May to MarchReclamation conducted a pilot run of the Yuma Desalting Plant (YDP) and demonstrated its potential to augment lower Colorado River supplies.

O acre-feet of irrigation return flow was recycled preserving a like amount of Colorado River. the Yuma Desalting Plant (YDP). It is an update of a comprehensive assessment conducted in − This report is not a stand alone document. A comprehensive perspective of the YDP requires use of both this report and the Readiness Assessment.

This report assumes such perspective. Executive Summary of Critical Issues. Topic – Operation of Yuma Desalting Plant. Last Updated. J CAP Position The United States must meet, but not exceed, its obligation to deliver water to Mexico under the Treaty with Mexico.

As shown in Figurethe YDP is located on the northern edge of the Yuma Valley, approximately four miles west of Yuma, Arizona, in the historic flood plain and delta of the lower Colorado and Gila Rivers. Yuma is considered one of the largest and fastest growing cities in the area with a population of approximat (ADC b).

Research Highlights Desalting process techniques and economic analysis of salt recovery were reviewed. Economic analysis of disposal cost of saline feed to processes was performed. Disposal costs of the suggested techniques are relatively high. The alternative saline effluent treatments are viable by commercializing by: Groundwater Chemical Methods for Recharge Studies: Studies in Catchment Hydrology: The Basics of Recharge and Discharge Part 2 [Cook, P.G., Herczeg, A.L., Herczeg, AL, Cook, PG] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Groundwater Chemical Methods for Recharge Studies: Studies in Catchment Hydrology: The Basics of Recharge and Discharge Part 2. Heijman et al considered the pretreatment of RO and NF reject so as to attain recovery as high as 99% aiming to overcome the problem of reject disposal.

A complicated and expensive sequence of steps is proposed and pilot tested that consisted of precipitation of hardness components at high pH, sedimentation, cation exchange resin, and then by: 3.

Here’s the good news: it’s easy to figure this out. All you need to do is take a Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC) test of your soils. Then, multiply that number times 10 to learn APPROXIMATELY how much nitrogen your soil can hold at any one time.

This isn’t an exact calculation, but it will get you close. processes. Secondary RO recoveries, for example, could be as high as 75 percent, which, when combined with a primary RO plant recovery of 70 percent, would enable EMWD to realize a combined recovery of over 90 percent.

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Its PX Pressure Exchanger is the most popular and most efficient energy recovery device available for the water market. Most solvent recovery systems are distillation applications, and so the solvent recovery system design process follows a distillation design methodology.

Typical solvent recovery systems heat and distill waste fluids to boil off the solvent, which is then collected as vapor. Recovery of chemically degraded polyethyleneimine by a re-modification method: prolonging the lifetime of cation exchange membranes Yan Zhao, a Kaini Tang, a Qinqin Liu, a B.

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Below is the uncorrected machine-read text. With 14 heat exchangers in the process train of a recovery unity, a Houston petrochemical plant needed to clean more than 7, tubes, solidly plugged or lined with polymers for years.

Traditional hydroblasting was time consuming and expensive—cleaning all 14 bundles would cost $30, the plant and killing off the aerobic microbial population in a short time span. It is more likely the violations were caused by instrument failure, which the operators did not immediately recognize.

The higher-than-usual concentrations of potentially harmful pollutants in the influent to the treatment plant during this time period could have made. Recovery plants The most economical method to produce high-purity carbon dioxide At present CO Main Equipment of the plant 2 Recovery plants are the most economical method to produce high-purity food grad carbon dioxide for beverage and food industries provided CO 2-rude gas in sufficient quantity and quality is available.

CRYOTEC-CO 2. Toxicity Characterization Tests — Cation Toxicity(a) LC50, % Effluent Untreated 14 34 35 56 Effluent With Effluent Cations Removed'" > > 76 > (a) Four samples over a two-month time frame (b) Effluent passed over a cation exchange resin Typical Ammonia Concentrations and Acute Toxicity Data for the CIWTFs Final Effluent(a) PH 7.

Cation exchange membranes are used to reclaim metals with the process generally being termed Donnan dialysis. Anion exchange membranes are used to reclaim acids with the process most proven and trouble-free examples of acid recovery using anion exchange membranes, acid recovery was around 90% and metals rejection was greater than 90%.

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The author has developed the general operational procedures described in the book from his own experience as a plant operator, superintendent, and operations. West Recovery Continues, 5 Years After Plant Blast.

By only to see it turn around as the district’s recovery reached a new high point with the opening of a new joint middle school and high.The Committee on Review of Biotreatment, Water Recovery, and Brine Reduction Systems for the Pueblo Chemical Agent Destruction Pilot Plant was thus tasked with evaluating the operability, life-expectancy, working quality, results of Biotreatment studies carried out prior to andand the current design, systemization approached.a recovery-enhancing environment.

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