2011 Unconventional Resources

Development of Plasma Technology for Water Management of Frac/Produced Water

Subcontractor: Drexel University

Principal Investigator: Young Cho
Project Number Project Status
11122-31 Completed
RPSEA Project Manager: Sandy McSurdy
Participants
Energy Onvector
Period of Performance
Start Date End Date
April 9, 2013 October 8, 2015
Total Project Cost RPSEA Share Cost Share
$1,984,311.00 $1,378,238.00 $409,626.00
Project Objectives

The overall objective of project is to develop an integrated plasma water treatment system for improved water management for frac/produced water. The approach to accomplish this objective is to use the following three components: plasma-induced water softening, plasma-assistend self-cleaning filtration, and vapor-compression distillation.

RPSEA Project Fact Sheet: Download 279.9 KB
Reports
File Type Date
Development of Plasma Technology For Water Management of Frac/Produced Water ( 199.3 KB ) Technology Status Assessment 05/13
Development of Plasma Technology For Water Management of Frac/Produced Water ( 1.5 MB ) Interim Report 01/14
Development of Plasma Technology For Water Management of Frac/Produced Water ( 1.8 MB ) Interim Report 10/14
Development of Plasma Technology for Water Management of Frac/Produced Water ( 26.5 MB ) Final Report 10/15
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