Majid Sulaiyam Ghaneem Al Duwaiki, Mohammed Khamis Salim Alhashemi, S. Janakiraman
Harvesting of water from natural air is recent trend in the present research field. Day to day life the depletion of water level is tremendously stepping down due to climatic condition. Due to this reason the major industries are involving in their research to find the solution in various field by various adopting technologies. These technologies named their work as atmospheric water generator (AWG). In this many researchers focusing on different type AWG based on the effectiveness of the humidification of air and location of the specific places at which the AWG installation required. This project aim for design and fabrication of conventional AWG using various thermal equipments. Based on the humidification area the components identified as compressor. Condenser, expansion valve, evaporator, and compressor. The different components involved in the project are used to harvest the air effectively from the humid air based on the working effectiveness. The proposed system is used to extract the humid air by using the induced fans from the outlet. Also the condenser plays a vital role to reduce the temperature of the cooling source by removing heat from the forced fan. These two fans are involved mainly to remove and extract the air from inlet and outlet. Once the air dew point reduces the water is dropped from the evaporator and collected in the water tank. Since the air are polluted from the toxic substance so the ozone filtration system and treatment process are triggered by means of reverse osmosis system. The system is operated, and air is converted in to water by means of proposed system effectively.
AWG, humid air, thermal equipment, condenser, evaporator, fans
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Majid Sulaiyam Ghaneem Al Duwaiki, Mohammed Khamis Salim Alhashemi, S. Janakiraman. (2023) Effect of Producing Natural Water by Dehumidification of Atmospheric Air Using Conventionally Designed Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG) in a Humidified Area of Sultanate of Oman. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering, 8, 37-38