672 Appropriate Water Technology for the Developing World

Thursday, November 1, 2012: 12:30 PM
408 (Convention Center )
Description:
Chemical engineers have a knowledge of engineering fundamentals that could be utilized for developing technologies to help those less fortunate. No where could these skills be better put to use than in the developing world for the treatment of water. This session seeks papers on the development and implementation of unique technologies for treating water in the developing world. Topics may include ceramic pot filters, sand filtration, charcoal, membranes, solar disinfection, solar distillation, and more.

Sponsor:
Topical K: Sustaining Water for Future Generations
Co-Sponsor(s):
Environmental Division (09), Water (09B), Separations Division (02)

Chair:
Darrell Velegol
Email: velegol@psu.edu

Co-Chair:
Jeffrey R. McCutcheon
Email: jeff@engr.uconn.edu

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

File available
12:55 PM

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(672e) Moringa Oleifera Tree for Producing Drinkable Water: Quantifying Biochemical Changes within the Seeds
Darrell Velegol, Stephanie B. Velegol, Danny Hoover, Georgia Karmee, Benjamin Kutz and Kamil Siniakowicz
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