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Title: Investigation of ozone solubility in water in height of the liquid
Authors: Ramanouski, V. I.
Likhavitski, V. V.
Hurynovich, A. D.
Keywords: растворимость озона
обеззараживание воды
концентрация растворенного озона
водоподготовка
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: BSTU
Citation: Ramanouski, V. I. Investigation of ozone solubility in water in height of the liquid / V. I. Ramanouski, V. V. Likhavitski, A. D. Hurynovich // Proceedings of BSTU. No. 3. – Minsk : BSTU, 2015. – P. 68-72
Description: The paper presents the dissolution patterns of ozone in the water column height from processing parameters. These studies are necessary to develop new technologies of disinfection of water wells and water supply using ozone. Generally known data of the solubility of ozone in water does not allow to use them for this purpose. The investigations have been carried out on two experimental apparatuses. The following parame-ters as time processing, flow of the gas mixture, the concentration of ozone in the gas mixture, the height of the liquid layer have been studied. Research results for each apparatus are presented in the graphical form of dependences of the con-centrations of residual ozone in water from the sel ected processing parameters. The influence of each variable parameter on residual ozone concentration in the water has been described, and the factors that affect the increase of the concentration of ozone dissolved in water at the height of the first 3 m have also been shown. Such mathematical models describing the dependence of the concentration of ozone in the water from the set parameters as the height of the inser tion point of the gas mixture, the concentration of ozone in the gas mixture, processing time, flow of the gas mixture are presente d. The significance of the regression equations has been checked out.
URI: http://elib.belstu.by/handle/123456789/20925
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