Use of Unique Fractional Electrodeionization in Power Plant Applications

Date Published 2010 | UPW journal archive

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Fractional Electrodeionization (FEDI) is an advanced form of EDI. It differs from conventional EDI, which is limited in its hardness tolerance and results in scaling due to precipitation of hardness.

Authors: Devesh Mittal, V.J. Nathan, Singh Bisht,
Tags: Electrodeionization (EDI)Reverse Osmosis (RO)

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