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Title: Optimization of RO’s Waste Water Reuse System and Water Management using Hybrid PSO-GWO
Authors: Kumari, Kanchan
Supervisor: Badoni, Manoj
Moudgil, Nitin
Keywords: RO;Optimization;Water management
Issue Date: 5-Oct-2023
Abstract: Wastewater treatment plays a critical role in maintaining environmental sustainability and public health. This abstract presents a proposed wastewater treatment system that utilizes advanced technologies and innovative approaches to efficiently and effectively treat wastewater. The system employs a combination of physical, chemical, and biological processes to remove contaminants and pollutants from wastewater, aiming to achieve highquality effluent that can be safely discharged or reused. The proposed wastewater treatment system incorporates multiple stages, including preliminary treatment, primary treatment, secondary treatment, and tertiary treatment. Each stage utilizes specific techniques such as screening, sedimentation, activated sludge process, biological nutrient removal, and advanced filtration methods. The system also incorporates advanced oxidation processes and disinfection methods to ensure the removal of residual contaminants and pathogens. To evaluate the system's performance, comprehensive monitoring and analysis are conducted to measure key parameters such as biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), chemical oxygen demand (COD), total suspended solids (TSS), nutrient levels, and microbial indicators. Simulation models are employed to predict the system's efficiency and optimize process parameters for enhanced treatment performance. The proposed wastewater treatment system aims to achieve several objectives, including the removal of organic and inorganic pollutants, nutrient recovery, and water reuse. By implementing advanced treatment technologies, the system promotes sustainability by reducing the environmental impact of wastewater discharge and conserving freshwater resources. The treated wastewater can be safely discharged into receiving water bodies or utilized for irrigation, industrial processes, or other non-potable applications.
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