Журнал Российского общества по неразрушающему контролю и технической диагностике
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2021, 09 September

DOI: 10.14489/td.2021.09.pp.048-054

Djafarova B. L.
(pp. 48-54)

Abstract. The paper is devoted to questions on optimum development of complex for control and evaluation of contamination of water basins used for collection of industrial waste water. The purpose of the paper is development of scientific-methodical basics for development of measuring system for control and evaluation of contamination of natural water basins with heavy metals using method of attenuation of irradiation of dissolved organic matters excited by external irradiation. The task on optimization of operational regime of measuring complex for control and evaluation of contamination of natural water basins by waste water of large scale point type polluter of environment with heavy metals. The known model of Shtern-Volmer is used as a basis which assumes non-linear relationship between formed complex and fluorescent irradiations attenuation degree. It is noted that potential possibilities of Shtern-Volmers model are used not fully till now. So that in known researches the water objects polluted by several same sources are mainly researched. It is shown that Shtern-Volmer model is also applicable for analysis and estimation of pollution of water basins by single strong polluter that is mining and processing plants. For analysis the suggested special parameter, inversely proportional to concentration of heavy metals in water is used. Integration of this parameter on all possible values of heavy metals concentration and imposition of special limitation condition on the searched for function of dependence of attenuated part of fluorescent irradiation on maximum concentration of heavy metals make it possible to formulate and solve the task on searching of optimum type of this function providing for the optimum regime of operation of the complex.

Keywords: water basins, waste waters, heavy metals, fluorescent irradiation, optimization, measuring complex.

B. L. Djafarova (National Aerospace Agency, Baku, Azerbaijan Republic) E-mail: Данный адрес e-mail защищен от спам-ботов, Вам необходимо включить Javascript для его просмотра.  

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