Engineering Interactive System on Decontamination of Oily Waste Contaminated by Natural Radionuclides

S.V. Mesсheryakov, Dr. Sci. (Eng.), Prof., Head of the Department S.V. Ostakh, Cand. Sci. (Eng.), Assoc. Prof. O.S. Ostakh, Assistant, Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Moscow, Russia D.I. Rogozhin, Рroject Оffice Нead FGUP RosRAO, Moscow, Russia


In the article the most probable factors of the formation of oily waste contaminated by natural and technogenic radionuclides are generalized. Possible technologies of disposal and decontamination of oily waste are systematized on applicability to waste with the increased content of radionuclides. The most perspective scheme of radioactive waste handling including centrifugal separation of liquid non-uniform systems with thermolysis vapor treatment of oil sludge is discovered. Therefore, increase in specific activity of the materials in the reduced volume of the final «secondary waste» is ensured.
The prospects of the development of the considered sphere taking into account promotion and implementation of the complex of flexible options of process lines are given.
The prospects of implementation of the engineering interactive system used for support of taking ecologically focused managerial solutions on introducing optimum technologies for decontamination of waste contaminated by natural radionuclides are considered. The proposed geospatial structure of the engineering interactive system allows not only to visualize the current development of the considered type of activity, but also to carry out the unified gathering of the information (for example, from laboratories of radiation control at the objects of oil and gas industry), and also to synchronize the information with data of the supervisory authorities of the Russian Federation.
Integration of the engineering interactive system with own automated information and reference system and «partner» software will allow to perform technical and economic analysis, and to follow the procedure of multiple-option design for defining the best algorithms of implementation of the considered engineering and technical solutions.


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DOI: 10.24000/0409-2961-2017-9-46-51
Year: 2017
Issue num: September
Keywords : information system oily waste decontamination natural radionuclides multiple-option design disposal accumulated harm