Application of divided convective-dispersive transport model to simulate variability of conservative transport processes inside a planted horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetland.

Dittrich, Ernő ✉ [Dittrich, Ernő (Ivóvíz kezelés, i...), szerző] Környezetmérnök Tanszék (PTE / MIK / MSTI); Klincsik, Mihály [Klincsik, Mihály (programtervező ma...), szerző] Rendszer és Szoftvertechnológia Tanszék (PTE / MIK / IVI); Somfai, Dávid [Somfai, Dávid Márton (Szennyvíztisztítás), szerző] Környezetmérnök Tanszék (PTE / MIK / MSTI); Dolgos-Kovács, Anita [Dolgosné Kovács, Anita (földtudományok,mű...), szerző] Környezetmérnök Tanszék (PTE / MIK / MSTI); Kiss, Tibor [Kiss, Tibor (Környezetgazdálkodás), szerző] Környezetmérnök Tanszék (PTE / MIK / MSTI); Szekeres, Anett

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This paper offers a novel application of our model worked out in Maple environment to help understand the very complex transport processes in horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetland with coarse gravel (HSFCW-C). We made tracer measurements: Inside a constructed wetland, we had 9 sample points, and samples were taken from each point at two depths. Our model is a divided convective-dispersive transport (D-CDT) model which makes a fitted response curve from the sum of two separate CDT curves showing the contributions of the main and side streams. Analytical solutions of CDT curves are inverse Gaussian distribution functions. This model was fitted onto inner points of the measurements to demonstrate that the model gives better fitting to the inner points than the commonly used convective-dispersive transport model. The importance of this new application of the model is that it can resemble transport processes in these constructed wetlands more precisely than the regularly used convective-dispersive transport (CDT) model. The model allows for calculations of velocity and dispersion coefficients. The results showed that this model gave differences of 4-99% (of velocity) and 2-474% (of dispersion coefficient) compared with the CDT model and values were closer to actual hydraulic behavior. The results also demonstrated the main flow path in the system.
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2022-01-22 03:02