Effect of spacer geometry on membrane and solution compartment resistances in reverse electrodialysis

Volume: 572, Pages: 271 - 280
Published: Feb 1, 2019
Abstract
Salinity gradient between two solutions can be transformed to an electrical power by reverse electrodialysis (RED) process which comprises of alternatively cation exchange membrane (CEM), dilute solution, anion exchange membrane (AEM) and concentrate solution. Although spacers are generally equipped between the membranes to keep their intermediate distance, the presence of them also have a significant effect on RED stack resistance, often called...
Paper Details
Title
Effect of spacer geometry on membrane and solution compartment resistances in reverse electrodialysis
Published Date
Feb 1, 2019
Volume
572
Pages
271 - 280
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