Method of Calculation of the Sediment Drying Structure in Natural Conditions
Keywords:natural water purification, sediment, capillary effect, dehydration
Dewatering of sediments of natural water treatment plants is one of the most important technological and environmental problems of their operation. The use of drying in natural conditions ensures low energy consumption with the achievement of the necessary results in the moisture content of the sediment. The increase in the rate of dehydration is facilitated by the use of structures using the capillary effect to increase the rate of dehydration. The designs of dewatering sites with such elements have been developed and the article presents the method of their calculation.
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