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K. Kalidasa Murugavel and K. Srithar, “Performance Study on Basin Type Double Slop Solar Still with Different Wick Materials and Minimum Mass of Water,” Renewable Energy, Vol. 36, No. 2, 2011, pp. 612-620.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.renene.2010.08.009

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  • TITLE: Performance of Corrugated Wick in “V” Type Solar Still

    AUTHORS: Pattarumadathil Unikkatt Suneesh, Rajan Jayaprakash, Tekkethil Namshad, Sanjay Kumar

    KEYWORDS: Solar Still; Fresh Water; Glass; Corrugated Wick

    JOURNAL NAME: Smart Grid and Renewable Energy, Vol.4 No.8, December 27, 2013

    ABSTRACT: This works reports performance of corrugated wick in a “V” type solar still. The still was tested in two configurations: plane wick integrated with drip system and corrugated wick integrated with drip system. A mathematical modeling has been proposed to validate experimental results. The experiment was performed in Tamilnadu, India climatic conditions (11° North 77° East). Experimental investigations on productivity and internal heat transfer are analyzed. The results indicate that the mean standard deviations between theoretical and experimental values are less than 7% (temperature of rippled wick), 3% (temperature of glass in rippled system), 6% (temperature of flat wick) and 3% (temperature of glass in flat system) an average for the working hours of the day. The distillate yield produced was 2800 ml/m2/day by plane wick and 2200 ml/m2/day by corrugated wick.