In significant volumes of hazardous industrial discharges, inefficiencies and long-term measurements, in terms of environmental safety, are unacceptable – especially in the context of the potential impact of emergency situations. At the same time, modern means of automatic water measurement are of low accuracy and speed. They allow set quantitative indicators only, including the temperature, pH, flow rate, pressure, concentration of suspended particles, turbidity and total salt content, and a number of other parameters. Within the framework of the current research, the model is developed for assessing the risks of the operation of the respective industrial and natural phenomena. This model considers the energy efficiency criterion of electro-technological water purification to form a quantitative picture of the potential emergence of emergency situations. The basis of model is built on the dependence of the water quality after processing of real industrial waste water from multipurpose objects. Data that meet the requirements of adequacy, with the further development of technological dependencies, is obtained due to creating the virtual measure of electrochemical water purification. The virtual measure consists of physical and mathematical blocks of technological processes simulation. Physical modeling includes electrolysis (pH correction, destruction, electrocoagulation, electro flotation), aeration, hydro-separation, and sorption filtration. Mathematical modeling is based on the filtration of the input signal, the correction of temperature influence by robust systems and the synthesis of the neural network for the formation of water quality dependencies after processing from the regime parameters. The software allows adapting the functioning of the virtual measure according to the criterion of energy efficiency.
The data received in real time allows improve the scientific and technical bases of normative provision of water purification systems, including recommendations for the design of such the systems and further development of technological regulations for multipurpose objects.
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