E3S Web Conf.
Volume 244, 2021XXII International Scientific Conference Energy Management of Municipal Facilities and Sustainable Energy Technologies (EMMFT-2020)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Protection of Habitats and the Control of Hazards|
|Published online||19 March 2021|
Waste management system for petrochemical industries
Penza State Technological University, 440039, Baydukov’s passage, Gagarina street, building 1а/11, Penza, Russia
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An oil refinery and the surrounding natural environment are pre-sented as complex technical systems, as objects of research and modeling. The principles and methods of systems analysis, the theory of mathematical modeling and mathematical statistics, and correlation-regression analysis were used for this. Methodological principles of modeling the interaction of petrochemical production waste with the environment are proposed. On the basis of the proposed principles, a hierarchy of criteria and a systematic analysis of the system “petrochemical production - natural environment” are carried out. As the coordinates of modeling and control, it is proposed to take a set of indicators of the ecological state of an object in the vector space of ecological perfection, which sets all of its ecological, technical and economic properties in a single range of values. The system «petrochemical production - natural environment» is presented as a structural and logical model of a waste management system, showing the properties of synergy and emergence. Proposed methodological approaches and mathematical models of the system «petrochemical production - wastes from oil refineries - natural environment» allow to correctly assess technological risks, the ef-fectiveness of the waste management system at petrochemical enterprises, the impact of unforeseen situations and accidents, the impact on the envi-ronment of waste from petrochemical enterprises, as well as the environ-mental and economic effect of the introduction of new technologies for oil refining and disposal of production waste.
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