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Conceptual design of prototype mobile system for separation of oily waters with subsequent incineration of waste



Full text article ( in russian)

Year

 
2018

Issue

 
386

Volume

 
4

Pages

 
73-83

Caption

 
Conceptual design of prototype mobile system for separation of oily waters with subsequent incineration of waste

Authors

 
Timofeev P.A.

Keywords

 
separator, incineration plant, oil trap, incinerator, cyclone combustion chamber, oily waters

DOI

 
10.24937/2542-2324-2018-4-386-73-83

Summary

 
Object and purpose of research.This paper describes a concept for a prototype mobile oily water separation system with subsequent incineration of waste. This system is intended to separate oily waste into fractions, with subsequent purification of the water fraction so as to meet discharge water requirements, as well as to incinerate solid waste with purification of exhaust gases
Subject matter and methodsThis work is based on conceptual design documents for a prototype mobile system for oily water separation developed by KSRC under engineering project Development of integrated technology, logistical-technological system and prototype equipment intended to clean coastal areas of Arctic seas and dispose the waste
Main results.Technical solutions adopted in this design made it possible to determine configuration and performance parameters of the prototype system at question, as well as to develop technological processes for separators and incinerators. Layouts and drawings of main equipment developed under this project will be necessary for further design activities. Potential customers for this system could be Russian enterprises, including those of shipbuilding and oil & gas industries, pursuing the projects on the Arctic coast of Russia.
Conclusion.The results of this engineering project are intended to develop a prototype of the mobile system at question and, in future, facilitate full-rate production of similar systems. Also, these developments will help in accomplishing the key task of this work: preservation of environment and ecological safety in order to ensure sustained social & economic development of the Russian Arctic.

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