There are four types of precipitation, they are:
Free precipitation: The particles are discrete in the precipitation process, and their shape, size, and mass do not change. The sedimentation rate is not disturbed and the precipitation process is completed independently.
Destructive precipitation: In the sedimentation process, the size, mass, and sedimentation rate of particles increase with depth.
Congested precipitation: The concentration of particles in water is large, they interfere with each other during the sinking process, form a clear interface between clear water and hydrophobic water, and gradually move down.
Compression Precipitation: The concentration of particles in water is high. During the precipitation process, the particles contact each other and are mostly supported by the compressed material, and the gap between the lower particles is squeezed out.
According to the direction of flow in the pool, what kind of sedimentation tank can be divided into?
According to the direction of flow in the pool, sedimentation tanks can be divided into advection type, oblique flow type, radial flow type, vertical flow type
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