January 2019

The ongoing quest for an energy-efficient means of making salt water drinkable has recently spawned interest in the prospect of using solar radiation to drive evaporation. This strategy must confront a variety of heat loss challenges, but Thomas Cooper, an assistant professor in York University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, was part of a team that successfully demonstrated how desalination could be achieved with solar steam.

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