“Experimental and Theoretical Study of a Multi- Stage Solar Still Connected to Evacuated Solar Collector Tubes”

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Muntadher H. Abed Muna S- Kassim Fouad A. Saleh

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Solar distillation is an effective and a useful method to solve the problem of water scarcity usable on the surface of the earth. A multi-stage solar still was used, and the performance of it was improved by linking it to (Evacuated Solar Collector Tubes), the rate of increase in productivity is about (38%). Practical and theoretical calculations were carried out on two cases. The first case was the basin of the first stage containing water only; the second case was the basin containing the fiber of the palm. When comparing the two cases there was a similarity between the two cases, but the addition of leaf fiber improved the increase in night productivity. The rate of increase in night productivity is about (25%).This type of solar still was a modern technology in improving the performance of multi-stage solar still.

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M. Abed, M. Kassim, and F. Saleh, “‘Experimental and Theoretical Study of a Multi- Stage Solar Still Connected to Evacuated Solar Collector Tubes’”, JUBES, vol. 26, no. 10, pp. 250 - 264, Nov. 2018.
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