E3S Web Conf.
Volume 177, 2020XVIII Scientific Forum “Ural Mining Decade” (UMD 2020)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||08 July 2020|
Investigations of electrophysical monitoring in a full-scale experiment to clean soil contaminated with oil
T.F. Gorbachev Kuzbass State Technical University, 650000, Str. Vesennyaya 28, Kemerovo, Russian Federation
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This article presents the main results of the study of electrophysical processes occurring in the zone of electrical processing during the cleaning of soils from oil pollution. The main conclusions are formulated about the processes occurring in the electric processing zone by changing the relative electrical resistance of the soil, which was measured using microprobe sensors. A comparative analysis of the results of a laboratory experiment on the electrochemical cleaning of contaminated soil in a tank is carried out with the results of a full-scale experiment conducted on a plot of a soil mass in real conditions, but artificially contaminated with oil products (gasoline, used oil. Using single measurements of electrical resistivity by microprobe sensors, the spread of the pollutant in the soil was clarified , the relationship between the physical properties of the array and its electrical wire is established conductive properties. Confirmed high efficiency of this type of control in the study of complex processes occurring in the contaminated ground array.
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