AKIBA, Michihiro Department of Environmental Eco-Technology, Faculty of Life & Environmental Science, Shimane University
SUZUKI, Takashi Department of Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology, Yamanashi University
OHYA, Haruhiko Department of Material Sciense and Chemical Engineering, Yokohama National University
A new practical method for disinfecting drinking water has been developed using anelectrodialysis system with cation-and anion-exchange membranes. The effectiveness of the current densities and flow rates of river water containing bacteria cells passing through a desalting chamber has been studied for practicality.
Perfect devitalization of Tamagawa River water is possible using an electrodialysis system with a current density of 0.48 A·dm-2 and a flow rate of 0.6dm3·min-1, and which consumes 7.92 KWH per 1m3, Therefore, the cost of this system is about 160 yen per 1m3 which is slightly more expensive thanthe chlorine disinfection method.
Bulletin of the Society of Sea Water Science, Japan
ニホン カイスイ ガッカイ
The Society of Sea Water Science, Japan
Department of Environmental and Sustainability Sciences, Faculty of Life and Environmental Science