Modeling of Ideal Water Purifier System
Proceedings of National Conference on QUALITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES, April 2018, pp. 71-80, ISBN No.: 978-93-5311-082-6.
10 Pages Posted: 28 May 2019
Date Written: April 30, 2018
Modelling of ideal system in nature and comparing it with existing real system in a given area for possible improvement is one of the research methods in research methodology. While comparing the ideal system characteristics with existing/real system characteristics the research gap can be determined and further research can be carried out to improve the real world system. The four basic problems still existing in the society worldwide are related to nutritious food, drinking water, renewable energy, and comfortable health. In this paper, we have studied the characteristics of the ideal water purifier, a hypothetical system used to convert contaminated water into pure water to solve drinking and irrigation water problems. The characteristics of the ideal water purifier system are classified and discussed under four categories as input characteristics, system requirements, Output characteristics, and environmental characteristics. Further, the possibilities of realizing such a system using nanotechnology are also discussed.
Keywords: Ideal system, Ideal water purifier, Potable water, ABCD analysis
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