CASE STUDY: Desalination is a complicated process, the Seven Seas Corp.* approached DaVinci Studio to develop an animation that simplified the explanation of the process. Taking a cue from Seven Seas we started with squiggly style animation to give the technical looking components a non-technical look. Bottom line is to go from engineering-speak to the layman's level. Desalination (also called "desalinization" and "desalting") is the process of removing dissolved salts from water, thus producing fresh water from seawater or brackish water. Desalting technologies can be used for many applications. The most prevalent use is to produce potable water from saline water for domestic or municipal purposes. Desalination 101 IDA | International Desalination Association [http://www.idadesal.org] *Seven Seas Water Corporation, a major player in the water treatment industry, with an expanded presence throughout the Bahamas, Curacao, Mexico, Sint Maarten, Turks and Caicos Islands, U.S.A. and the U.S. Virgin Islands. [www.sevenseaswater.com]
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Hi this is my next video. In this video I will test the seawater filter for salt and fresh water. Do not forget to share and subscribe to the channel to support me. Thank you for watching the video. Subscribe : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1DknEnT8P0Pvls8LpE3aVA?view_as=subscriber
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Hello . This video will teach you how to get fresh water and food while on shore and my job is to start looking for a big bamboo tube and cut it into segments with two upper and lower tube sections. chisel a hole to pour the sea water into the lower tube, tighten a piece to make a glass of sea water and pour it into the gutter to not stick to the freshwater tube, then sealed leaves The top of the tube is tilted and folded over the rock and then covered with fresh water. The principle of operation of this system is that after about 2 to 3 hours the water below the bamboo tube will absorb the heat of the sun and then evaporate to the upper tube and condense to the lowest point so we subscribers :https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1Dk...
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Primitive Technology Salt Water Filter is a full video tutorial on how to survive on an island where there is no fresh water. First we built a primitive pot, we perforated a small hole on the pot. Then we took a bamboo tube and made a chiller. Cooling water so that water vapor can condense into droplets to obtain maximum water. We take the sea water to boil. Fresh water then evaporates and produces fresh water. Salt will precipitate at the bottom of the pot. By the original technology we had to salvage sea water to obtain fresh water and salt. We will continue to work on the next video on primitive technology and survival skills. Subscribe to the channel to keep track of the latest videos Channel: https://goo.gl/2j7yCS
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This video shows how to distill water using simple and easy to find items. If you were to actually purchase all the items needed this project would only cost $2-5. If you enjoy my videos please consider supporting them on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/NightHawkProjects A special thanks to my top Patrons! Syniurge, Matthew Leitzke, & TheBackyardScientist!
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This is the first of series of videos on how to go about reclaiming chemicals from lead acid batteries and using them to make your own batteries. There are various types you can make but the first are going to be magnesium lead dioxide or zinc lead dioxide seawater batteries that act as emergency batteries as their shelf life is incredibly long. We will also use carbon foams to duplicate the lead acid battery technology of the now defunct firefly batteries.
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Ever heard of salt water batteries? Is it a gimmick or the next big thing? Let's find out! In this video, I will explain what a salt water battery is and why you should care. Salt water batteries are an emerging technology that can produce the energy density of a lithium cell without the high cost and environmental and safety concerns. However, the technology is still in its infancy and the only company that has produced them for market is now out of business. Please help support my channel! Here are a few ways: ** Check out my favorite solar kits at Kits.com ** https://kit.com/LDSreliance ** Donate to my Patreon for perks and news ** https://www.patreon.com/LDSreliance ** Subscribe to my channel for more great content ** https://www.youtube.com/LDSreliance
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Turning saltwater into clean drinking water is an expensive, energy-intensive process, but could the wonder material graphene make it more accessible? New Discovery Could Unlock Graphene's Full Potential - https://youtu.be/J0ZMi83oUjk Sign Up For The Seeker Newsletter Here - http://bit.ly/1UO1PxI Get 15% off http://www.domain.com domain names and web hosting when you use coupon code SEEKER at checkout! Read More: Top 10 Uses for the World's Strongest Material https://www.seeker.com/top-10-uses-for-the-worlds-strongest-material-1767195089.html "Graphene is the world's new wonder material. It's the thinnest electronic material ever invented, consisting of a layer of carbon atoms just a single atom thick -- the atoms are arranged in a hexagonal pattern. It weighs almost nothing, coming in at only 0.77 grams for a square meter. But it's no lightweight. Graphene is 100 times stronger than steel of the same thickness. It conducts both heat and electricity better than copper, and has outstanding optical and mechanical properties. If it could be produced on an industrial scale, graphene might revolutionize fields such as electronics and even body armor." A Lucky Lab Accident Results in Bucketloads of Graphene https://www.seeker.com/a-lucky-lab-accident-results-in-bucketloads-of-graphene-2230364207.html Apparently, when it comes to making graphene, the 21st-century 'miracle material' taking manufacturing by storm, you can do things the hard way or the fun way. The hard ways - and there are dozens - all have their own complications. Some require high temperatures and long 'cooking' times, others require the use of hazardous chemicals like sulfuric acid or hydrazine. The easy way comes from physicists at Kansas State University, and the process is admirably straightforward: Fill a steel containment unit with oxygen and hydrocarbon gas, detonate it with the spark and, voila, a bucketload of soot-like graphene. Scrape it out and repeat. Graphene sieve turns seawater into drinking water http://www.manchester.ac.uk/discover/news/graphene-sieve-turns-seawater-into-drinking-water/ "Graphene-oxide membranes have attracted considerable attention as promising candidates for new filtration technologies. Now the much sought-after development of making membranes capable of sieving common salts has been achieved. New research demonstrates the real-world potential of providing clean drinking water for millions of people who struggle to access adequate clean water sources. The new findings from a group of scientists at The University of Manchester were published today in the journal Nature Nanotechnology. Previously graphene-oxide membranes have shown exciting potential for gas separation and water filtration." ____________________ Seeker inspires us to see the world through the lens of science and evokes a sense of curiosity, optimism and adventure. Watch More Seeker on our website http://www.seeker.com/shows/ Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel Seeker on Twitter http://twitter.com/seeker Trace Dominguez on Twitter https://twitter.com/tracedominguez Seeker on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SeekerMedia/ Seeker on Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/+dnews Seeker http://www.seeker.com/ Sign Up For The Seeker Newsletter Here: http://bit.ly/1UO1PxI Special thanks to Julian Huguet for hosting and writing this episode of Seeker! Check Julian out on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jhug00
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DESALINATION PLANT BY SEA WATER REVERSE OSMOSIS (SWRO) PFD Process Flow Diagram of SWRO
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Chennai Seawater Desalination Plant is the first and then the largest seawater desalination plant in India. The demand for drinkable water is ever on the increase and several cities and towns across the globe are struggling to meet the water requirements of its citizens. Chennai is a burgeoning metropolis with an unfulfilled requirement of safe drinking water, and that makes a multitude of projects the need of the hour. To provide a solution to the problem, IVRCL came up with a prestigious project of commissioning a 100 MLD desalination plant that converts sea water into safe potable water for about 3 million people in Chennai. The project has been awarded as one of the highly commendable Desalination Deals of the year 2007 at The Global Water Intelligence Conference in Barcelona, Spain. More at: http://www.ivrcl.com/desalination.php
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This is our next video on the Primitive salt making skill. In this video we go to the sea to make salt. We take boiled sea water to obtain salt. That is how to obtain the salt of the primitive by living skills. At first we chiseled stones to get a pot, we took firewood and made fire with the primordial survival Technology. We have been cooking a lot of seawater to get some salt. We will be releasing next new videos. Support us by sharing, and subscribing to our channel. Channel:
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Access to clean drinking water is a huge problem in the world, and leads to millions of deaths a year. Scientists have tried to work on the problem, finding ways to make water otherwise unsafe to drink potable. There's a the membrane technique-- but it's very expensive and not a viable option in water-stressed areas. There's a new idea from the University of Texas at Austin in the form of a small chip that neutralizes chloride ions at the microscale, desalinating the water. It's promising...but is the tech there yet? Kim Horcher and science educator Cara Santa Maria discuss the new development. Read more form The University of Texas: http://www.utexas.edu/news/2013/06/27/chemists-work-to-desalt-the-ocean-for-drinking-water-one-nanoliter-at-a-time/ ***************************************************** SUBSCRIBE and you won't miss a single Nerd Alert! http://dft.ba/-5yMt ON TWITTER: @NerdAlertTYT @kimscorcher @carasantamaria Nerd Alert: Bringing you tech news, gaming, geek culture and more every day of the week with host Kim Horcher and friends. Part of the TYT Network of shows. http://youtube.com/user/nerdalert ******************************************************** Tags: Clean Water Solution, Desalination, Water Desalination, Water Crisis, Global Water Crisis, electrochemically mediated seawater desalination, seawater desalination, drinkable seawater, Clean Water, Clean Water Crisis, Clean Water Initiative, Membrane technique,
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https://www.altestore.com/store/deep-cycle-batteries/batteries-saltwater-technology-c1260/ Aquion has reemerged from bankruptcy and expects to start manufacturing again in April 2018. We left this video up for your information, we are no longer selling the batteries. We are happy to introduce the new Aquion Energy salt water deep cycle batteries. They are non-toxic, safe, and long lasting. Instead of lead and acid, they are made of carbon, cotton, manganese oxide, and salt water! They are certified cradle-to-cradle safe for the environment from creation to recycling. We discuss the pros and cons of the Aquion batteries, and show how to determine the right size for your solar system. See pricing and more details of the battery on on web site, https://www.altestore.com/store/deep-cycle-batteries/batteries-saltwater-technology-c1260/
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If your source water is challenging due to high TSS or high silica, EDR for drinking water provides high water recovery, reducing the strain in water scarce areas. Because of the polarity reversal design, EDR for wastewater reuse is a self-cleaning, durable membrane system ideal for turbid wastewater. EDR technology achieves the high water recovery for water scarce areas. GE's wastewater EDR systems reclaim more than 20 million gpd (75,000 m3/d) of wastewater for other uses.
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Al Khafji (Saudi Arabia) is the home for what's already referred to as the largest desalination plant fully powered by renewable solar energy.
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Over the past few years in Israel, the country's water shortage has become a surplus. Through a combination of conservation, reuse and desalination, the country now has more water than it needs. And that could translate to political progress for the country in the Middle East, one of the most water-stressed regions in the world. NewsHour's Martin Fletcher reports. Read the full transcript: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/will-israels-new-water-technology-yield-political-gain-arid-middle-east/#transcript
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Years of water scarcity and drought forced Israel to come up with innovative ways to conserve, recycle and desalinate water. Today, as a world leader in cutting edge desalination technology and with the world's largest desalination plant, Israel actually enjoys a water surplus. Did you know? 60% of Israel's tap water comes from desalinated water.
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https://www.remodingcalculator.org - How to make Fresh Water from Sea (Salt) water or to clean water without using any energy sources except for sun. No mechanical parts are used in this process - only Glass dome and water pan. This can be used to create Clean Drinking water in for poor countries or in places where only Sea Water is available
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Seawater Treatment Systems http://termitwater.com/project/detail/seawater-treatment Termit Water, treatment is working on design and production of physical, chemical or biological treatment plants for various industries such as, integrated meat plants, dairy textile industry, metal cladding plants, etc… The treatment plants are designed as steel or concrete in compliance with the amount of waste water and the waste water contamination rate. The treatment of the industrial waste water with a high organic rate is accomplished though biologic treatment. Termit Water Treatment Systems Platform Merter Residences No:27 Fl:13 Apartment: 64 Istanbul, Gungoren 34160 Turkey Tel: +90 507 00 695 33 [email protected] www.termitwater.com
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In this segment, ATETV host Caroline Botelho tours a water desalination plant with an ATE student and learns about career opportunities in water treatment. From ATETV Episode 18. ATETV is a web-based video series and interactive network designed to connect students and professionals with careers in advanced technology. Our video series highlights ATE success stories from community colleges and ATE programs nationwide. CONNECT WITH ATETV: YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/atetelevision Website: http://www.atetv.org Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ATETV Twitter: http://twitter.com/atetv iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=336642309
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How do we make seawater drinkable? And can that technology save California?! Hosted by: Michael Aranda ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ---------- Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon supporters -- we couldn't make SciShow without them! Shout out to Patrick Merrithew, Will and Sonja Marple, Thomas J., Kevin Bealer, Chris Peters, charles george, Kathy & Tim Philip, Tim Curwick, Bader AlGhamdi, Justin Lentz, Patrick D. Ashmore, Mark Terrio-Cameron, Benny, Fatima Iqbal, Accalia Elementia, Kyle Anderson, and Philippe von Bergen. ---------- Like SciShow? Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your walls, cover your torso and hold your liquids? Check out our awesome products over at DFTBA Records: http://dftba.com/scishow ---------- Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/scishow Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/scishow Tumblr: http://scishow.tumblr.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/thescishow ---------- Sources: http://ca.water.usgs.gov/data/drought/ http://ca.water.usgs.gov/data/drought/drought-impact.html http://water.usgs.gov/edu/earthgwlandsubside.html http://kanat.jsc.vsc.edu/student/spatafora/setup.htm http://csmres.co.uk/cs.public.upd/article-downloads/Back-to-basics-with-desalination.pdf http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0001801.html http://science.howstuffworks.com/environmental/earth/oceanography/desalination1.htm http://www.waterworld.com/articles/wwi/print/volume-29/issue-5/technology-case-studies/hybrid-desalination-the-best-of-both-worlds.html http://www.desalination.biz/news/0/Worlds-largest-SWRO-desalination-plant-operational/7292/ http://www.worldpumps.com/view/924/focus-on-sea-water-desalination/ http://ww2.kqed.org/science/2015/12/18/why-isnt-desalination-the-answer-to-all-californias-water-problems/ https://news.vice.com/article/heres-why-desalination-wont-help-drought-stricken-california http://www.desalresponsegroup.org/socal.html https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/may/27/desalination-quest-quench-worlds-thirst-water http://www.livescience.com/4510-desalination-work.html http://www.abc.net.au/science/expert/realexpert/desalination/01.htm https://www.technologyreview.com/s/534996/megascale-desalination/ http://www.environmentalleader.com/2016/02/26/are-these-technologies-water-desalination-game-changers/ http://www.gizmag.com/sodium-battery-water-desalination/41683/ http://www.rsc.org/chemistryworld/2015/10/carbon-nanotube-cnt-desalination http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2015/07/23/3682598/first-commercial-solar-desalination-plant-in-california/ https://www.technologyreview.com/s/418369/solar-powered-desalination/ http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/ocean/desalination/docs/dpr051812.pdf http://www.sidem-desalination.com/Process/MED/ http://cleantechnica.com/2014/02/18/tiny-solar-power-desalination-plant-solves-big-salt-problem/ https://my.nps.edu/documents/105858948/106279825/Russell's+Mid+East+Polciy+art_Jun16/ab27d938-8cf1-4563-8e95-3a7310d51081 http://carlsbaddesal.com/ Images: http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/ https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:NRCSCA06135_-_California_(1177)(NRCS_Photo_Gallery).jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:California_Topography-MEDIUM.png https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Multiflash.svg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Carlsbad_desalination_plant3.jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Coral_reef_at_palmyra.jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Strombus_gigas_Rice_Bay.jpg http://www.nasa.gov/feature/ames/federal-agencies-release-data-showing-california-central-valley-idle-farmland-doubling https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Blowing-alkali-dust-Owens-Lake.jpg
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For dry countries like Australia, Saudi Arabia and Israel, rainless winters mean water shortages for farmers and consumers...at least that's what it used to mean. But desalination technologies are turning the world's seawater into drinking water. In the realm of desalination, Israel is the global leader. CCTV's Stephanie Freid visited the world's largest desalination facility and brings us the report.
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Navy researchers at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), Materials Science and Technology Division, demonstrate proof-of-concept of novel NRL technologies developed for the recovery of carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen (H2) from seawater and conversion to a liquid hydrocarbon fuel. See more at: http://www.nrl.navy.mil/media/news-releases/2014/scale-model-wwii-craft-takes-flight-with-fuel-from-the-sea-concept For more NRL videos, visit http://www.nrl.navy.mil/media/videos/. Credit: NRL Technical Information Services
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This experiment creates electricity from the connection of magnesium and graphite in salt water. By inserting in the circuit 20 mini leds in parallel they remain lit for more than thirty minutes with absorption of 0.06 watts. The operating voltage of the system it is about 1.2 volts from the container and about 2.4 volts to the leds. The voltage doubler has been removed from a garden leds light bulb.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrgd8qJ7CE97PSaPJySR6wA MAGNESIUM - https://www.ebay.it/itm/Light-My-Fire-Swedish-FireSteel-2-0-Army-Striker-Bushcraft-includes-whistle/352338681624?hash=item5209059f18:g:KRgAAOxy3NBShpSC GRAPHITE - https://www.ebay.it/itm/Anodo-di-barra-di-grafite-Elettrodo-10-cm-x-8-mm-per-la-galvanica-100mm/123015622694?hash=item1ca44d7026:g:5tcAAOSwmNxaVpk3 BULB LEDS - https://www.ebay.it/itm/4-8-12-x-Solare-Lampadina-LED-LAMPADE-DA-GIARDINO-DECORAZIONE-PARTY/132544411596?hash=item1edc4337cc:m:m7IEF0JtxFvmv3DagxhN4eQ
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Water is in short supply in much of the world - but what if we use seawater? It’s been a dream for many years, but now technology is making it possible. This new seawater greenhouse uses a clever cardboard design to distill fresh water from salt water cheaply and efficiently. It’s helping grow crops in Somaliland, and could help stop the water crisis in Africa and other parts of the world that are susceptible to drought. The founder of Seawater Greenhouse, Charlie Paton, explains how unlike traditional greenhouses - which are hothouses - this one is a “cool house” that is ideal for growing temperate crops in deserts or other hot, arid regions. What do you think? Will this succeed at turning desert into farmland? What other projects have caught your eye? Let us know in the comments and subscribe for new videos every week. For more stories profiling pioneers of science and tech innovation, subscribe to Freethink at https://www.youtube.com/freethinkmedia And follow Freethink across other platforms here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/freethinkmedia Twitter: https://twitter.com/freethinkmedia Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/freethinkmedia Website: http://www.freethink.com
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PM Narendra Modi Drinking Sea Water : Israel Developed Technology To Convert Sea Water In Sweet Water. Bravo Israel, they develop technology which can convert salt water (sea water) into sweet water and Narendra Modi is drinking that water. Lucky to get this video.
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PM Modi visits Water Treatment Plant in Haifa where sea water is turned into potable For latest breaking news, other top stories log on to: http://www.abplive.in & https://www.youtube.com/c/abpnews
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This is a paper battery based on lead dioxide/magnesium chemistry. You could equally make it from manganese dioxide/zinc chemistry or a mixture of the two. It uses seawater as an electrolyte but salt water would work fine too - it is only a proof of concept device and there are certainly a whole range of improvements that could be made to make it better.
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미래 핵심자원 '리튬' 바다에서 캔다 Lithium is a vital component of modern technology due to its application in electric vehicles. Korean researchers say they can mine this from seawater. Park Se-young reports. Lithium batteries have been around for decades, but their application in electric cars means that the demand for lithium is set to skyrocket, with some even calling it the "oil" of the future. This is why Korean researchers have been developing ways to extract lithium from seawater. South American saltwater lakes account for most of the global lithium supply, …and China has also been developing its lithium mines due to a three-fold increase in the price of the metal over the past year. But while the worldwide lithium reserves from these lakes is estimated to be 14 million tons, the total lithium content of seawater could be as high as 230 billion tons - a huge untapped resource. Korea's passive lithium absorption technology can extract zero-point-one-seven milligrams of lithium per liter of seawater,... and managed to extract five kilograms of lithium carbonate in six days,… bringing the technology one step closer to commercialization. "As a country surrounded mostly by the ocean, the securing of the technology is very meaningful and important." With Korean technology firms likely to need more lithium in the future, this use of Korea's maritime resources could give Korea a competitive advantage …especially amid the global rush for the metal. Park Se-young, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
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This Video is information on two new complete and unused clearance wastewater treatment and sanitisation or sanitization Hydroxyl Systems. These are exceptionally at over -60% off their normal contract value. There are two complete systems each consisting of skid mounted units designed and built for mounting in proximity to seawater or on ships but adaptable to may uses including emergency treatment, sanitisation, mobile treatment etc and built to a very high specification. These units are to be sold as a clearance lot due to a cancelled government contract due to project budget constraints & changes in discharge legislation mid-contract. Each unit has one skid mounted water treatment processing unit with partitioned stainless steel tank, piping, pumps and UV disinfection. A second skid contains a large electrical enclosure with ABB switching, fusing and Siemens PLC control. There are two skid mounted Atlas Copco 10HP screw compressors with built in air dryers. Two Ozonia ozone generators. One AirSep brand oxygen separator with desiccant dryer. One Filtrine chiller unit and all required Instrumentation and process controls. These waste water treatment systems are non-biological Active Cell TM - Cleansea moving bed biofilm reactor MBBR advanced oxidation process technology, ideal for applications on marine vessels, or dock or pontoon mounting in salt water conditions. The KWMBBR300 water treatment system is designed to treat various types of water including salt water flushed black water at a rate of 50,000 litres per day or around 300pe with results of: BOD less than 50mg per L TSS less than 50mg per L Fecal coliforms less than 14mpn per 100L With some modifications this advanced oxidation process equipment can be used for water Treatment in many different industries including: Municipal water treatment Mining Food and Agriculture Chemical Manufacturing Pharmaceuticals Potable Water Production Marine Water Treatment This equipment can be used in the treatment of: - Toxic materials such as zinc, silver, cadmium, thallium etc. acids, alkalis, and non-metallic elements such as arsenic or selenium. - Synthetic organic materials including solvents, paint, pharmaceuticals, pesticides, petro-chemicals, plasticisers, dyes and detergents. - Biodegradable organics of plant or human origin that will undergo anaerobic or aerobic decomposition such as plant waste, animal fat and blood. - Solids removal and brine management. This equipment is in as new condition and will be sold as 2 x complete systems or both systems together for a further discount. For more information and pricing, please contact: BioKlar Ltd at infos @ bioklar.com These units are currently located in North America but can be transported worldwide at cost. Trademarks: Hyroxyl, The Hydroxyl logo, ActiveCell, ActiveFloat, CleanSea, Photo Stack, are trademarks of Hydroxyl System Inc. http://youtu.be/f8dmE2Ya5Zs
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Water, one of the world’s most abundant and highly demanded resources for sustaining life, agriculture, and industry, is being contaminated globally or is unsafe for drinking, creating a need for new and better desalination methods. Current desalination methods have high financial, energy, construction, and operating costs, resulting in them contributing to less than 1% of the world’s reserve water supplies. Advances in nanoscale science and engineering suggest that more cost effective and environmentally friendly desalination process using graphene is possible. Our group has chosen to research this application of graphene for better water desalination, focusing on current desalination limitations and how graphene’s structure-processing-properties paradigm make it well suited to advance desalination’s efficiency. Currently, most desalination plants run by making use of a process known as reverse osmosis by forcing water with high salt concentration through filters at high pressures to remove salt. This process requires enormous pressures, huge operating costs, and filters require nearly constant maintenance and monitoring to avoid clogging. What if there was a better, more efficient way to do this same desalination process? Current research has shown that graphene can do this same reverse osmosis process, only better. Graphene consists of a single atom thick layer of carbon atoms bonded in a hexagonal honeycomb structure. This thinness allows for high diffusion fluxes, and therefore high water permeability. Graphene also has a high tensile stiffness of 150,000,000psi, allows it to withstand high pressures when water is forced through at high fluxes. While costs to produce graphene are still high, they have been decreasing rapidly. For example, MIT has pioneered a new way to produce graphene using a chemical technique that breaks graphite into graphene sheets, optimizing the quality of graphene for desalination while decreasing the time, money, and labor involved in production. As salty water flows through graphene membranes, engineered pores of a size .8-1.6nm allow water molecules to pass through while stopping the passage of salt molecules. Benefits of swapping graphene membranes with current membranes used in desalination plants include decreased energy costs, less maintenance, higher salt rejection rates, greater water flow and permeability, and decreased cost of construction of desalination plants. With our focus on graphene for water desalination, seek to compare the benefits as well as drawbacks, and better understand if the structure and processing of graphene produces the properties ideal for this application. References 1 Desalination gets a graphene boost. (n.d.). Retrieved April 11, 2017, from http://news.mit.edu/2015/desalination-gets-graphene-boost-jeffrey-grossman-1102 2Water desalination using nanoporous single-layer graphene. March 23, 2017. Retrieved April 10, 2017, from http://www.nature.com/nnano/journal/v10/n5/full/nnano.2015.37.html 3Graphene sieve turns seawater into drinking water. (n.d.). Retrieved April 10, 2017, from https://phys.org/news/2017-04-graphene-sieve-seawater.html 4Water Desalination across Nanoporous Graphene. (n.d.) Retrieved April 10, 2017, from http://www.rle.mit.edu/gg/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/03_WaterDesalination.pdf 5Nanotechnology applications for desalination: A report for the joint water use & desalination task force. Retrieved April 10, 2017, from http://prod.sandia.gov/techlib/access-control.cgi/2010/108355.pdf 6Desalination by reverse osmosis. (n.d.). Retrieved April 11, 2017, from https://www.oas.org/dsd/publications/Unit/oea59e/ch20.htm 7Novel nanomaterials for water desalination technology. Retrieved April 10, 2017, from http://web.mit.edu/lienhard/www/papers/conf/COHEN-TANUGI-IEEE-SusTech-2013.pdf 8Graphene. (n.d.) Retrieved April 10, 2017, from https://www.graphenea.com/pages/graphene#.WOaOANIrLb0 9Ultrapure Deionized Water Services and Reverse Osmosis Systems. (n.d.). Retrieved April 10, 2017, from, http://puretecwater.com/reverse-osmosis/what-is-reverse-osmosis 10Saline water: Desalination. (n.d.). Retrieved April 11, 2017, from https://water.usgs.gov/edu/drinkseawater.html
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[Science&Technology] Solving water shortages with seawater desalination technology Desalination of seawater is emerging as a solution to solve the water shortage crisis in the world. Seawater desalination is a water treatment process that removes salt and other solutes in the seawater to turn it into fresh water we use every day. It is divided into two methods - evaporation method in which fresh water is obtained by collecting vapors generated from boiling seawater as well as a method involving reverse osmosis pressure technology that uses film. Currently, Doosan Heavy Industries is the world′s leader in evaporation technology. Many other domestic companies are also advancing into the seawater desalination business. We will find out how the seawater desalination technology works and examine its prospect. [Science&Technology] 물 부족 해결하는 해수 담수화 기술 해수담수화가 세계 물 부족 위기를 해결할 방안으로 떠오르고 있다. 해수담수화는 바닷물의 염분 등 용해물질을 제거해 생활에 쓸 수 있는 담수로 바꾸는 수처리 과정으로, 바닷물을 끓여 생긴 수증기를 따로 모아 담수를 얻는 증발법과 막을 이용한 역삼투압 기술 등으로 나뉜다. 현재 증발법 분야에서 두산중공업이 세계 1위를 차지하며 기술을 선도하고 있고, 많은 국내 기업들 해수담수화 기술에 뛰어들고 있는데.. 해수담수화기술의 원리와 전망에 대해 알아본다.
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A federally funded research effort to revolutionize water treatment has yielded an off-grid technology that uses energy from sunlight alone to turn salt water into fresh drinking water. The desalination system, which uses a combination of membrane distillation technology and light-harvesting nanophotonics, is the first major innovation from the Center for Nanotechnology Enabled Water Treatment (NEWT), a multi-institutional engineering research center based at Rice University. For more: http://news.rice.edu/2017/06/19/freshwater-from-salt-water-using-only-solar-energy-2/
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CSIRO finds a way to make Sydney Harbour drinkable - and it could save lives. Sydney’s iconic harbour has played a starring role in the development of new CSIRO technology that could save lives around the world. Using their own specially designed form of graphene, ‘Graphair’, CSIRO scientists have supercharged water purification, making it simpler, more effective and quicker. Find out more here: https://research.csiro.au/graphene
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Clearly, I do not want you to get stuck on a deserted island. Also, thankfully, I was not stuck on a deserted island myself; thus finding a plastic container wasn't too difficult. This video was a contrived attempt to urge middle school students to think about evaporation and condensation. Please do not use this method to distill water if you are actually stuck on an island. The water you produce will not be drinkable. And if you are watching this on YouTube while stranded on an island, then please check Whatsapp to see if you can connect with a friend who can come rescue you. Finally, here are some reliable sources that offer advice on how to collect drinking water in case you do get stranded. 1) National Geographic suggests that if you get stranded on an island, then your best chance of getting drinking water is to "collect rainwater." It also suggests that you can turn seawater into drinking water by "digging a hole in the ground, putting a container at the bottom and surrounding it with wet leaves... then, put a piece of plastic, such as tarp, on top of the hole and weigh it down with rocks so water can collect and fall into the container." http://www.nationalgeographic.com.au/nature/how-to-survive-on-a-deserted-island.aspx 2) USGS recommends using a "solar-still" to convert seawater to drinking water by leveraging evaporation and condensation while using a life raft. https://water.usgs.gov/edu/drinkseawater.html
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One of the many adverse effects of global climate change is the rise of sea levels, which scientists say can increase the salinity level of fresh water reserves. As saline water cannot be used for irrigation, farm fields close to the seashore are lost to agriculture. But a farm in Netherlands has managed to grow healthy and tasty vegetables in soil irrigated with salt water. VOA’s George Putic reports. Originally published at - http://www.voanews.com/media/video/farming-with-salty-water-is-possible/2509863.html
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미래 핵심자원 '리튬' 바다에서 캔다 Lithium is a vital component of modern technology, but it's also dubbed the "oil of the future" with its application in electric vehicles. Great news for the country is that Korean researchers have found a way to mine this valuable resource from seawater. Park Se-young files this report. Lithium batteries have been around for decades, but their application in electric cars means that the demand for lithium is set to skyrocket, with some even calling it the "oil" of the future. This is why Korean researchers have been developing ways to extract lithium from seawater. South American saltwater lakes account for most of the global lithium supply, …and China has also been developing its lithium mines due to a three-fold increase in the price of the metal over the past year. But while the worldwide lithium reserves from these lakes is estimated to be 14 million tons, the total lithium content of seawater could be as high as 230 billion tons - a huge untapped resource. Korea's passive lithium absorption technology can extract zero-point-one-seven milligrams of lithium per liter of seawater,... and managed to extract five kilograms of lithium carbonate in six days,… bringing the technology one step closer to commercialization. "As a country surrounded mostly by the ocean, the securing of the technology is very meaningful and important." With Korean technology firms likely to need more lithium in the future, this use of Korea's maritime resources could give Korea a competitive advantage …especially amid the global rush for the metal. Park Se-young, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
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An amazing list of keynotes, plenary sessions, and workshops at Cambridge University's 12th Technology Ventures Conference (TVC) on "FUTURE RESOURCE ABUNDANCE". We talk about how technology entrepreneurship can lead to a sustainable future with global welfare. Water & Food Panel: Food and water are to humans what energy and materials are to technology. They are a basic necessity. We urgently need a sustainable way to produce fresh water and food to meet the ever growing demand. Paul O’Callaghan, Charlie Paton, and Nityen Lal will guide us through the technologies that might solve this challenge and explain how entrepreneurs can be part of the pursuit of food and water for all.
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The US Navy Research Laboratory has announced it has perfected a process to turn sea water into fuel for ships and aircraft. The technology means the navy will likely be able to generate hydrocarbon-based fuel on-board within a decade, giving its ships almost limitless range. Connect with This is Genius! https://www.facebook.com/thisisgenius - Facebook http://www.twitter.com/thisisgenius - Twitter http://www.google.com/+thisisgenius - Google+ This is Genius is a channel dedicated to experiencing the unusual side of life. Comedy, sketches and tongue-in cheek location reports from around the world. We use a lot of music by a chap called StoneOcean, a little label for him appears in our videos when we do. Like his stuff? Check out his channel. StoneOcean's music: www.stoneocean.info StoneOcean's channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/RatedmusicOfficial Check out some of our other videos: http://bit.ly/17XvmhO -- We get our skate on with Nitro Circus http://bit.ly/17WrAQr -- Flying a helicopter with your brain. And no hands. http://bit.ly/1au5kBI -- How many pegs can I fit on my face? http://bit.ly/1hiqln1 - What's it like to be 80 for the day? http://bit.ly/17UnFXE -- We went to actual Tokyo to be actual Samurai's with the actual green power ranger. Looking for the old This is Genius? Ok, here you are: http://bit.ly/195Zhzb -- That was Genius 2012 http://bit.ly/1jKjFeo -- That was Genius late 2011 http://bit.ly/1jKjGPt -- That was Genius early 2011 http://bit.ly/Ih6WEp -- That was Genius late 2010 http://bit.ly/1dB3F0O -- That was Genius early 2010
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Seawater contains more than 4 billion metric tons of dissolved uranium. This resource, if it proves to be recoverable at a reasonable cost, could provide an essentially unlimited source of supply and serve as an economic ‘backstop’ to the uranium price. In this October seminar hosted by the MIT Energy Initiative, Erich Schneider of The University of Texas at Austin reviewed progress toward practical, large scale recovery of seawater uranium by U.S. laboratories and universities. Notable achievements included polymeric adsorbents containing amidoxime ligands developed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) which have demonstrated marked improvements in uranium uptake over previous technologies. A key component of this novel technology lies in the unique high surface-area polyethylene fibers that considerably increase the surface area and thus the grafting yield of functional groups without compromising its mechanical properties. In his talk, Schneider also addressed novel maritime deployment strategies which offer the potential to greatly reduce the cost and energy use associated with deploying the adsorbents at sea. Cost analyses guide the technology development and highlight parameters, such as capacity, recyclability, and stability, which have the largest impact on the cost of extraction of uranium from seawater. This talk was presented on October 13, 2015 as part of the IHS Markit Seminar Series. About the speaker: Erich Schneider earned his Ph.D. from Cornell University in 2002. He joined the faculty of The University of Texas at Austin in 2006 and is presently Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Nuclear Radiation Engineering Program. Prior to joining the UT-Austin faculty, he was a staff scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Schneider plays a leading role in the US research program focusing on recovery of uranium from seawater. His role in this program, which involves four national laboratories and ten academic institutions, is to lead its cost and system analysis effort. In connection with this work, he serves as a US representative on the United States - Japan Joint Nuclear Energy Action Plan Fuel Cycle Technology Working Group. Schneider is responsible for developing and updating the long-term uranium production cost forecast used by the Department of Energy Office of Nuclear Energy in its nuclear fuel cycle analyses. He has presented work related to uranium resources to the DOE Nuclear Energy Research Advisory Committee chaired by Burton Richter and the Blue Ribbon Commission on America’s Nuclear Future. ___ The MIT Energy Initiative is MIT’s hub for energy research, education, and outreach. Learn more at http://energy.mit.edu.
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Read more Tech News at https://www.rtoz.org/ According to the Securing Water for Food agency, between 2000 and 2050 water demand is expected to increase 55 percent globally, meaning the number of people affected by water scarcity will continue to grow. By 2025, two-thirds of the world's population could be living in severe water stress conditions. Around the world, there is more salty groundwater than fresh, drinkable groundwater. For example, 60 percent of India is underlain by salty water — and much of that area is not served by an electric grid that could run conventional reverse-osmosis desalination plants. To find solution for this drinking water issue in developing countries, USAID the U.S. Agency for International Development had run a global competion for Desal prize. The idea for the competition was to create a system that could remove salt from water and meet three criteria: it had to be cost-effective, environmentally sustainable, and energy efficient. The winners of the $140,000 first prize were a group from MIT and Jain Irrigation Systems. The group came up with a method that uses solar panels to charge a bank of batteries. The batteries then power a system that removes salt from the water through electrodialysis, that means that dissolved salt particles, which have a slight electric charge, are drawn out of the water when a small electrical current is applied. Using the sun instead of fossil fuels to power a desalination plant isn't a totally new idea. Larger solar desalination plants are being seriously investigated in areas where water is becoming a scarce resource, including Chile and California.But the current technology is expensive. The MIT team's this new desalination technology "electrodialysis" is comparatively less expensive. Both electrodialysis and reverse osmosis require the use of membranes, but the membranes in an electrodialysis system are exposed to lower pressures and can be cleared of salt buildup simply by reversing the electrical polarity. That means the expensive membranes should last much longer and require less maintenance. In addition, electrodialysis systems recover a much higher percentage of the water — more than 90 percent, compared with about 40 to 60 percent from reverse-osmosis systems, a big advantage in areas where water is scarce. Sources: http://www.jains.com/Company/News/Jain_Irrigation_Systems_Limited_Jisl_And_Massachusetts_Institute_Technology_Mit_Usa_Team_Wins_Prestigious_Desal_Prize.htm http://newsoffice.mit.edu/2014/solar-desalination-india-0908 http://www.securingwaterforfood.org/the-desal-prize/ Image credit: MIT Subscribe to our YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=qualitypointtech
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DEAR FRIENDS, if you appreciate the material i share, and would like to help me out with my productions, please support my productions by becoming my patron here: https://www.patreon.com/Liftingtheveil or contribute on my site. much LOVE AND GRATITUDE! (GREAT ATTITUDE!) ;) SEE FULL DESCRIPTION BELOW!! John Kanzuis used radio frequency to Burn saltwater as clean, safe and limitless fuel. He discovered this by chance while searching for ways to use frequency to cure cancer, which had all-ready been accomplished as a WELL KNOWN FACT by Dr Raymond Royal Rife (inventor of the microscope), Dr Wilhelm Riech and many others since the early 1900s! RESEARCH THESE FACTS! Dr Raymond Royal Rife: http://www.rense.com/general31/rife.htm http://www.whale.to/v/rife.html Spooky2 Rife to help people in need, here is our story: In 1934, the University of Southern California appointed a Special Medical Research Committee to bring terminal cancer patients from Pasadena County Hospital to a San Diego lab and clinic for treatment. The team included doctors and pathologists assigned to examine cadavers and any patients still alive in 90 days. After 90 days, the Committee found that 86.5% of the patients had been cured. The treatment was then adjusted and the remaining patients also responded within four weeks. The total recovery rate was 100%. The man responsible was scientist Dr. Royal Raymond Rife, and his invention - the Rife machine - was quickly buried by vested interests. But you cannot kill an idea, and the Rife machine went underground and survived. Today, you can buy a Rife machine on the web - if you've got thousands of dollars to spare. In 2013, an international group of professionals believed it was time to change this, and we set up the Spooky team to bring Rife to everyone - affordably. In the process, we redesigned the Rife machine from the ground up. The result is Spooky2, a Rife machine unlike any other, offering contact and remote treatment via scalar/DNA transmission. Plasma is coming soon. Another big difference is cost - $190. And you can add biofeedback diagnostics for $55. Unlike conventional machines, which can only deliver treatments serially, Spooky2 can deliver parallel processing by using multiple machines, controlled by one PC. Four are recommended for late-stage cancers. How is it so inexpensive? Everything is sold for a few dollars over manufacturing cost. We're not in this for the money, and all of us are volunteers. Packed with world-first new technologies, Spooky2 is designed to make Dr. Rife's lifelong dream come true - a Rife machine in every home. You're welcome to visit us at http://www.spooky2.com Dr Wilhelm Reich: http://www.whale.to/a/cantwell.html Through sheer serendipity, Kanzius, a former broadcast engineer, found out something incredible -- under the right conditions, salt water can burn at high temperatures! Kanzius' journey toward surprise inspiration began with a leukemia diagnosis in 2003. Faced with the prospect of debilitating chemotherapy, he decided he would try to invent a better alternative for destroying cancerous cells. What he came up with is his radio frequency generator (RFG), a machine that generates radio waves and focuses them into a concentrated area. Kanzius used the RFG to heat small metallic particles inserted into tumors, destroying the tumors without harming normal cells. But what does cancer treatment have to do with burning salt water? During a demonstration of the RFG, an observer noticed that it was causing water in a nearby test tube to condense. If the RFG could make water condense, it could theoretically separate salt out of seawater. Perhaps, then, it could be used to desalinize water, an issue of global proportions. The old seaman's adage "Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink" applies inland as well: Some nations are drying up and their populations suffering from thirst, yet the world is 70 percent ocean water. An effective means of removing salt from salt water could save countless lives. So it's no surprise that Kanzius trained his RFG on the goal of salt water desalinization. During his first test, however, he noticed a surprising side effect. When he aimed the RFG at a test tube filled with seawater, it sparked. This is not a normal reaction by water. Kanzius tried the test again, this time lighting a paper towel and touching it to the water while the water was in the path of the RFG. He got an even bigger surprise -- the test tube ignited and stayed alight while the RFG was turned on. News of the experiment was generally met with allegations of it being a hoax, but after Penn State University chemists got their hands on the RFG and tried their own experiments, they found it was indeed true. The RFG could ignite and burn salt water. The flame could reach temperatures as high as 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit and burn as long as the RFG was on and aimed at it.
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inge GmbH, based in Greifenberg (Germany) is a world's leading provider of ultrafiltration technology, a membrane process used to treat drinking water, process water, wastewater and sea water. With a global reach enhanced by its network of partners, the company has completed numerous reference projects around the globe featuring its cutting-edge technology. In August 2011, inge® became part of the Water Solutions business of BASF, the world's leading chemical company. Its range of products include highly-efficient ultrafiltration modules and cost-effective, space-saving rack designs as the core components of water treatment plants, rounded off by the superb technical support it provides to its customers. All the company's products are based on the in-house development of its patented Multibore® membrane technology, providing the top-quality standards for which German-made goods are known. The extremely small-pore filters of the Multibore® membrane reliably intercept not only particles, but also microorganisms such as bacteria or even viruses, thereby providing a dependable source of clean water. Deployment of the inge® technology also offers significant advantages over conventional water treatment methods, such as rapid and easy module installation and stable, highly resilient membranes. This makes planning a water treatment facility much simpler, enabling customers to achieve low-cost installation and operation. And all this comes with a guarantee of long-lasting reliability. For more information about inge® ultrafiltration membrane technology please visit http://www.watersolutions.basf.com.
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Researchers at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory have revealed a new technology that reportedly converts seawater into fuel by recovering carbon dioxide and hydrogen from the salt water and turning it into a liquid hydrocarbon fuel through a novel gas-to-liquid process. The two step process begins with the extraction of carbon dioxide and hydrogen from seawater. Scientists let the liquid pass through a cell which is subjected to an electric current. The seawater is next acidified by exchanging hydrogen ions produced at the anode with sodium ions. Meanwhile, the water is reduced to hydrogen gas at the cathode, and sodium hydroxide is formed. The sodium hydroxide is then added to the leftover seawater to neutralize its acidity. In the second step, the hydrogen and carbon dioxide are passed into a heated reaction chamber with an iron catalyst. The gases combine and form long-chained unsaturated hydrocarbons with methane. Longer hydrocarbon molecules containing six to nine carbon atoms are then formed from the unsaturated hydrocarbons. These are then turned into fuel using a nickel-supported catalyst. The cost of fuel is estimated to range from three to six dollars per gallon. Preliminary tests flying a radio-controlled plane using sea fuel have succeeded. The fuel could eventually be used for any vehicle without having to modify engines.
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