E3S Web Conf.
Volume 124, 2019International Scientific and Technical Conference Smart Energy Systems 2019 (SES-2019)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Energy Systems and Complexes|
|Published online||25 October 2019|
Industrial experiment on electrodialized separation of highly concentrated multicomponent technological solutions at thermal power plants
Kazan State Power Engineering University, Kazan, Russia
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The main sources of highly concentrated multicomponent technological solutions at thermal power plants (TPPs) are water treatment plants. Analysis of operation of the ion-exchange water treatment plant at the Nizhnekamsk Thermal Power Plant-1 showed that half of alkali supplied to regeneration of the anion-exchange alkali filters is not used, but is discharged for neutralization and then to wastewater. Due to the fact that the cost of alkali used in technological processes is quite high, it is economically feasible to process the alkaline waste with the alkali extraction and its reuse in the production cycle. The article presents the experimental results on the electro-membrane separation of alkaline waste regeneration solutions and wash water after anion-exchange filter regeneration. The revealed differences in the selectivity of various ion transfer through the electrodialysis apparatus membranes, depending on time and amount of transmitted electricity, allowed us to establish the possibility of obtaining an alkaline solution purified from impurities.
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