REDUCTION OF POLLUTION RISKS OF BANK-FILTERED AQUIFERS BY EFFLUENT OPTIMIZATION
OF A PLANNED INDUSTRIAL PLANT
ÉVA RÁTKY , I. RÁTKY , K. SZALAVÁRI1, S. SZÉL1
ABSTRACT. Reduction of pollution risks of bank-filtered aquifers by effluent optimization of a planned industrial plant. The optimization of the treated wastewater outlet of a planned vegetable oil manufacturing plant near Foktő, and the reduction of the pollution risk of the River Danube as well as some bank-filtered aquifers were the aims of this study. With a 2D depth averaged hydrodynamic model the flow conditions were calculated for further use in a 2D model for pollutant spreading. A 2D particle mixing model was used to define the optimal outlet location taking all permit limits into consideration. With analytical mixing model the different parameters of the effluent dilution due to longitudinal and transversal dissipation were calculated.
Key-words: pollution risk, effluent, 2D hydrodynamic model, 2D mixing model, analytical mixing model
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