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Universal Electric Separator-Concentrator for Cleaning of Fuel Fluid from Contaminates or Microbial, Recovery Water from Urine and Concentration of Chlorella from Natural Environment in Microgravity

Michael Shoikhedbrod


The paper presents the developed universal electric separator-concentrator for cleaning of fuel fluid from contaminates or microbes, recovery water from urine, and concentration of Chlorella from the natural environment in microgravity. The developed universal electric separator-concentrator using in its design the effect of direct electric current on liquid fuel, urine, the natural environment of Chlorella and a special form of construction permits to clean the fuel fluid from contaminates or microbial, to recover water from urine and to obtain the high-quality concentrate of Chlorella from the natural environment in microgravity simple and cost-effective.

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