AN INFLUENCE OF CAVITATION PHENOMENA ON THE DESTRUCTION PROCESSES OF ORGANIC AND BIOLOGICAL POLLUTIONS IN THE WATER

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Lviv Polytechnic National University
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Lviv Polytechnic National University
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Lviv Polytechnic National University

The regularities of cavitation treatment of food and chemical industries wastewater from organic and biological contaminants in the presence of gases of different nature were studied. The optimal temperature range 313K - 318 K for cavitation wastewater treatment was established. It is shown that the process of cavitation destruction of organic compounds can be described by a first - order kinetic equation. The efficiency of gas bubbling in the cavitation zone in order to intensify the simultaneous destruction of microbiological and organic contaminants in industrial wastewater was confirmed.

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