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Design Review P13418. John Markidis Dan Charles Israel Powell An Vu. Specifications. Filter all particles above 5 Microns Production cost of <$20 Reduce Turbidity by 50-75 % Life Cycle of 6000 Hours (2-5 years) F low rate of 1 L/min

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Design review p13418

Design ReviewP13418

John Markidis

Dan Charles

Israel Powell

An Vu


Specifications
Specifications

  • Filter all particles above 5 Microns

  • Production cost of <$20

  • Reduce Turbidity by 50-75 %

  • Life Cycle of 6000 Hours (2-5 years)

  • Flow rate of 1 L/min

  • Little to no upkeep, consumables needed should be locally available

  • Reduce fluoride content by 50-70%



Feasibility studies
Feasibility Studies

Fluoride Removal

Particle Removal


Fluoride removal
Fluoride Removal

  • Electro dialysis

  • Adsorption – locally available sources

    • Fixed bed adsorption in a packed column

      • Bone Char – charred at 500 degrees C or optimal adsorption

      • Egg Shells


Fluoride removal concerns
Fluoride Removal Concerns

  • Assuming starting concentration of 20 mg/L, A life expectancy of 6000hrs with a flow rater of 1 L/min

  • 5.5 milligrams of fluorine adsorbed per gram of adsorbent required

    Adsorption of Fluoride from Water Solution on Bone Char

    Nahum A. Medellin-Castillo,† Roberto Leyva-Ramos,*,†,‡ Raul Ocampo-Perez,†

    Ramon F. Garcia de la Cruz,† Antonio Aragon-Pin˜ a,† Jose M. Martinez-Rosales,§

    Rosa M. Guerrero-Coronado,† and Laura Fuentes-Rubio†

  • To achieve a 50% reduction in fluoride concentration over the life of the filter 654.545 kg (1443.02 lbs) of bone char would be required


Particle removal
Particle Removal

  • Mesh Screening

    • Plastic/Nylon

    • Stainless Steel

  • Mechanical Sieve

  • Cloth/T-shirt

  • Centrifuge

  • Crumb Rubber

  • Flocculent


Brain storming system selection
Brain Storming &System Selection


System comparison pugh diagram s
System ComparisonPugh Diagram’s





Project planning
Project Planning

Gantt Chart

Critical Path

Next Steps




Next steps
Next Steps

  • Order Required Components

    • Order filter components

    • Order components to create sample

  • Sample Preparation

    • Select a starting turbidity level and standard preparation method

    • Select a starting fluoride concentration and standard preparation method

    • Modify test rig to test overall system

  • Develop Test Procedure

    • Develop test procedure for fluoride removal

    • Develop test procedure for particle removal

    • Develop test method for overall system


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