Adsorption desalination utilizes the discrete adsorption of the water vapor from the evaporator, and is capable of being discharged to the condenser. This study illuminated an advanced cycle of mass and heat recovery among beds, condensers, and evaporators. Morover, the thermodynamic modeling of Adsorption Desalination Systems (ADS) under different operating conditions was investigated. Furthermore, its effect on the evaporator vapor production and the water vapor adsorption and desorption in the adsorption beds were accounted for. Parenthetically, the mathematical model of ADS thermodynamics was validated with the experimental data. Besides, the advanced ADS modeling was conducted via mass and heat recovery among beds, condensers, and evaporators. In addition to the amount of the desalinated water, the time history chart of the equipment applied in the process with and without the thermal and mass recovery is also illustrated. Finally, under such operating conditions, the SDWP (Specific Daily Water Production) advanced ADS is 153% higher than conventional ADS.
A new ADS with recovery mode has been proposed.
Effect of recovery mode on evaporation rate is investigated.
Effect of recovery mode on vapor adsorption and desorption is investigated.
Using the recovery mode increases the SDWP by 153%.