An integrated framework for sustainability assessment of seawater desalination

  title={An integrated framework for sustainability assessment of seawater desalination},
  author={Yazan Ibrahim and Hassan A. Arafat and Toufic M. Mezher and Faisal Almarzooqi},

Improving Prediction Accuracy of Socio-Human Relationships in a Small-Scale Desalination Plant

This study examines who are the social actors in coordinating the environmental hot spots along the process of desalination and can provide a better understanding of the potential market of actors to work with a more accurate and polycentric information flow for the development of more established Desalination systems.

Selecting sustainable renewable energy-powered desalination: an MCDM framework under uncertain and incomplete information

  • Qixing Huang
  • Engineering
    Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy
  • 2022
Renewable energy (RE)-powered desalination technology benefits both the water supply and energy utilization. Therefore, it is critical to propose a decision-making tool to identify the best

A review of the energy–carbon–water nexus: Concepts, research focuses, mechanisms, and methodologies

The energy–carbon–water (ECW) nexus has aroused increasing attention worldwide, as it is very important for sustainable development of socioeconomic systems. Researchers conducted a literature review

Sustainability Performance Assessment Using Self-Organizing Maps (SOM) and Classification and Ensembles of Regression Trees (CART)

The results indicated that the method developed by ensembles of CART and clustering provide higher prediction accuracy than individual CART models.

Leveraging life cycle assessment and simplex lattice design in optimizing fossil fuel blends for sustainable desalination

Purpose This study aims to minimize the environmental impacts of thermal seawater desalination by optimizing the required fossil fuel mixture. Life cycle assessment (LCA) is applied to simulate the



General sustainability indicator of renewable energy system based on grey relational analysis

This research answers the question of how to measure the sustainability of a renewable energy systems (RESs) as a physical parameter. Renewable energy is considered as a solution for mitigating the

The integration of social concerns into electricity power planning : a combined delphi and AHP approach

The increasing acceptance of the principle of sustainable development has been a major driving force towards new approaches to energy planning. This is a complex process involving multiple and