CN114721312A - Monitoring data processing method and device suitable for constructed wetland system - Google Patents

Monitoring data processing method and device suitable for constructed wetland system Download PDF

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CN114721312A
CN114721312A CN202210383235.8A CN202210383235A CN114721312A CN 114721312 A CN114721312 A CN 114721312A CN 202210383235 A CN202210383235 A CN 202210383235A CN 114721312 A CN114721312 A CN 114721312A
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The invention provides a monitoring data processing method and a device suitable for an artificial wetland system, which are used for acquiring multidimensional data of each block in a monitoring area and generating adjustment information of each block according to the multidimensional data, wherein the inlet of each block is communicated with an adjustment channel through an adjustment valve, the adjustment channel is communicated with a sewage gathering tank, the multidimensional data comprises block temperature, current environment temperature and preset temperature, and the adjustment information comprises adjustment temperature; acquiring the area of a block and the average water depth of the block, and generating block heat exchange heat according to the adjusted temperature, the area of the block, the average water depth of the block, the temperature of the block and a preset temperature; acquiring a first sewage temperature value of the sewage converging tank, and generating a first regulating quantity according to the first sewage temperature value and the block heat exchange quantity if the first sewage temperature value is greater than the regulating temperature; the work of the regulating valve is controlled based on the first regulating quantity, the temperature of the surface flow artificial wetland can be monitored and regulated, and the surface flow artificial wetland can normally run.

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Monitoring data processing method and device suitable for constructed wetland system
Technical Field
The invention relates to a data processing technology, in particular to a monitoring data processing method and device suitable for an artificial wetland system.
Background
The artificial wetland is a technology for treating sewage and sludge by using the physical, chemical and biological triple synergistic action of soil, artificial media, plants and microorganisms in the process of flowing sewage along a certain direction by controllably dosing the sewage to the artificially constructed wetland on the ground similar to a marshland which is artificially constructed and controlled to operate.
However, in the prior art, for the surface flow constructed wetland, the sewage treatment effect of the wetland is affected when the temperature is too low in winter, and the constructed wetland is even paralyzed when the temperature is too low in winter.
Therefore, how to monitor and regulate the temperature of the surface flow artificial wetland becomes an urgent problem to be solved.
Disclosure of Invention
The embodiment of the invention provides a monitoring data processing method and device suitable for an artificial wetland system, which can be used for monitoring and adjusting the temperature of a surface flow artificial wetland so that the surface flow artificial wetland can normally operate.
In a first aspect of the embodiments of the present invention, a method for processing monitoring data suitable for an artificial wetland system is provided, including;
acquiring multi-dimensional data of each block in a monitoring area, and generating adjustment information of each block according to the multi-dimensional data, wherein the inlet of each block is communicated with an adjustment channel through an adjustment valve, the adjustment channel is communicated with a sewage aggregation pool, the multi-dimensional data comprises block temperature, current environment temperature and preset temperature, and the adjustment information comprises adjustment temperature;
obtaining the area of the block and the average water depth of the block, and generating heat for block heat exchange according to the adjusting temperature, the area of the block, the average water depth of the block, the temperature of the block and a preset temperature;
acquiring a first sewage temperature value of a sewage converging tank, and if the first sewage temperature value is greater than the adjusting temperature, generating a first adjusting quantity according to the first sewage temperature value and the block heat exchange heat;
and controlling the work of the regulating valve based on the first regulating quantity.
Optionally, in a possible implementation manner of the first aspect, the obtaining multidimensional data of each block of the monitoring area, and generating the adjusted temperature of each block according to the multidimensional data includes:
acquiring a difference value between the block temperature and a preset temperature as an initial compensation temperature difference, and generating a temperature difference deviation value according to the block temperature, the current environment temperature and the preset temperature;
performing offset processing on the initial compensation temperature difference based on the temperature difference offset value to generate an actual compensation temperature difference;
and generating the adjusting temperature of each block according to the actual compensation temperature difference and the block temperature.
Optionally, in a possible implementation manner of the first aspect, generating the adjustment temperature according to the actual compensation temperature difference and the block temperature includes:
Figure BDA0003592669240000021
wherein, tRegulating deviceRepresents the minimum regulated temperature, t1Represents a predetermined temperature, t2Represents the block temperature, t3Representing the current ambient temperature, k1Representing the weight coefficients.
Optionally, in a possible implementation manner of the first aspect, generating a first adjustment amount according to the first sewage temperature value and the block heat exchange heat includes:
generating a predicted block water change volume based on the block average water depth and the block area;
obtaining block heat exchange heat based on the actual compensation temperature difference, the sewage specific heat capacity and the prediction block water exchange volume;
acquiring a first sewage temperature value and a first temperature difference of the adjusting temperature;
and generating corresponding first regulating quantity based on the first temperature difference, the sewage specific heat capacity and the block heat exchange heat.
Optionally, in a possible implementation manner of the first aspect, generating a first adjustment amount corresponding to the first sewage temperature value based on the first temperature difference, the sewage specific heat capacity, and the block heat exchange heat includes:
Figure BDA0003592669240000022
wherein L represents a first adjustment quantity, c1Represents the specific heat capacity of sewage, Q represents the heat exchange quantity of the block, S represents the area of the block, H represents the average water depth of the block, and t represents the specific heat exchange quantity of the block4Represents a first sewage temperature value, k3Weight, k, representing specific heat capacity of the wastewater2Representing the weight of the prediction block exchange water volume.
Optionally, in a possible implementation manner of the first aspect, after generating the first adjustment amount according to the first sewage temperature value and the block heat exchange heat, the method further includes:
if the first adjustment quantity is larger than the first sewage storage quantity value, generating water supplementing information;
and controlling the water supplementing tank to supplement water in the sewage converging tank by the water supplementing temperature of the first sewage temperature value based on the water supplementing information.
Optionally, in a possible implementation manner of the first aspect, controlling the operation of the regulating valve based on the first adjustment amount includes:
acquiring required adjustment time length, and generating an adjustment time interval based on the current time and the required adjustment time length;
crawling ambient temperature change information in the adjustment time interval;
acquiring each first prediction time period of the environment temperature lower than the preset temperature and a first prediction time length corresponding to the first prediction time period, and each second prediction time period of the environment temperature higher than the preset temperature and a second prediction time length corresponding to the second prediction time period in the adjustment time interval based on the environment temperature change information;
generating a first sewage release speed according to the first regulating quantity and the first prediction duration, and generating a second sewage release speed according to the first regulating quantity and the second prediction duration;
and controlling the regulating valve to work in each first prediction time period based on the first sewage release speed, and controlling the regulating valve to work in each second prediction time period based on the second sewage release speed.
Optionally, in a possible implementation manner of the first aspect, generating a first sewage release rate according to the first adjustment amount and a first predicted time period, and generating a second sewage release rate according to the first adjustment amount and a second predicted time period includes:
receiving an adjustment proportion input by a user, generating a first sub adjustment quantity corresponding to each first prediction time period and a second sub adjustment quantity corresponding to each second prediction time period according to the adjustment proportion and the first adjustment quantity, wherein the first sub adjustment quantity is smaller than the second sub adjustment quantity;
generating a first sewage release speed according to the sum of the first sub-adjustment amount and the first prediction duration;
and generating a second sewage release speed according to the sum of the second sub-adjustment quantity and the second predicted time length.
Optionally, in a possible implementation manner of the first aspect, generating a first sewage release rate according to a sum of the first sub-adjustment amount and the first predicted time period, and generating a second sewage release rate according to a sum of the second sub-adjustment amount and the second predicted time period includes:
Figure BDA0003592669240000041
wherein, V1Represents the first sewage release rate, L1Represents a first sub-adjustment, eiRepresenting a first predicted duration, V2Represents the second sewage release rate, L2Represents a second sub-adjustment quantity, fiRepresents the second predicted time period, and n and p represent upper limit values.
In a second aspect of the embodiments of the present invention, there is provided a monitoring data processing apparatus for an artificial wetland system, including:
the system comprises a data module, a data acquisition module and a data processing module, wherein the data module is used for acquiring multi-dimensional data of each block in a monitoring area and generating adjustment information of each block according to the multi-dimensional data, the inlet of each block is communicated with an adjustment channel through an adjustment valve, the adjustment channel is communicated with a sewage convergence pool, the multi-dimensional data comprises block temperature, current environment temperature and preset temperature, and the adjustment information comprises adjustment temperature;
the heat module is used for acquiring the block area and the block average water depth of the block and generating block heat exchange heat according to the adjusting temperature, the block area, the block average water depth, the block temperature and the preset temperature;
the adjusting module is used for acquiring a first sewage temperature value of the sewage converging tank, and generating a first adjusting quantity according to the first sewage temperature value and the block heat exchange quantity if the first sewage temperature value is greater than the adjusting temperature;
and the execution module is used for controlling the work of the regulating valve based on the first regulating quantity.
In a third aspect of the embodiments of the present invention, there is provided a monitoring data processing apparatus for an artificial wetland system, including: memory, a processor and a computer program, the computer program being stored in the memory, the processor running the computer program to perform the method of the first aspect of the invention as well as various possible aspects of the first aspect.
A fourth aspect of the embodiments of the present invention provides a readable storage medium, in which a computer program is stored, the computer program being, when executed by a processor, configured to implement the method according to the first aspect of the present invention and various possible aspects of the first aspect.
According to the monitoring data processing method and device suitable for the constructed wetland system, provided by the invention, the temperature of the constructed wetland system can be directly increased and adjusted by utilizing high-temperature sewage in the sewage convergence tank, and in general, the sewage convergence tank does not need to be additionally increased in temperature.
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In order to make the objects, technical solutions and advantages of the embodiments of the present invention clearer, the technical solutions in the embodiments of the present invention will be clearly and completely described below with reference to the drawings in the embodiments of the present invention, and it is obvious that the described embodiments are only a part of the embodiments of the present invention, and not all of the embodiments. All other embodiments, which can be derived by a person skilled in the art from the embodiments given herein without making any creative effort, shall fall within the protection scope of the present invention.
The terms "first," "second," "third," "fourth," and the like in the description and in the claims, as well as in the drawings, if any, are used for distinguishing between similar elements and not necessarily for describing a particular sequential or chronological order. It is to be understood that the data so used is interchangeable under appropriate circumstances such that the embodiments of the invention described herein are capable of operation in sequences other than those illustrated or described herein.
It should be understood that, in various embodiments of the present invention, the sequence numbers of the processes do not mean the execution sequence, and the execution sequence of the processes should be determined by the functions and the internal logic of the processes, and should not constitute any limitation on the implementation process of the embodiments of the present invention.
It should be understood that in the present application, "comprising" and "having" and any variations thereof, are intended to cover a non-exclusive inclusion, such that a process, method, system, article, or apparatus that comprises a list of steps or elements is not necessarily limited to those steps or elements expressly listed, but may include other steps or elements not expressly listed or inherent to such process, method, article, or apparatus.
It should be understood that, in the present invention, "a plurality" means two or more. "and/or" is merely an association describing an associated object, meaning that three relationships may exist, e.g., a and/or B, may mean: a exists alone, A and B exist simultaneously, and B exists alone. The character "/" generally indicates that the former and latter associated objects are in an "or" relationship. "comprises A, B and C" and "comprises A, B, C" means that A, B, C all comprise, "comprises A, B or C" means comprise one of A, B, C, "comprises A, B and/or C" means comprise any 1 or any 2 or 3 of A, B, C.
It should be understood that in the present invention, "B corresponding to a", "a corresponds to B", or "B corresponds to a" means that B is associated with a, and B can be determined from a. Determining B from a does not mean determining B from a alone, but may be determined from a and/or other information. And the matching of A and B means that the similarity of A and B is greater than or equal to a preset threshold value.
As used herein, "if" may be interpreted as "at … …" or "when … …" or "in response to a determination" or "in response to a detection", depending on the context.
The technical solution of the present invention will be described in detail below with specific examples. The following several specific embodiments may be combined with each other, and details of the same or similar concepts or processes may not be repeated in some embodiments.
Referring to fig. 1, which is a schematic flow chart of a monitoring data processing method suitable for an artificial wetland system according to an embodiment of the present invention, an execution main body of the method shown in fig. 1 may be a software and/or hardware device. The execution subject of the present application may include, but is not limited to, at least one of: user equipment, network equipment, etc. The user equipment may include, but is not limited to, a computer, a smart phone, a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA), the above mentioned electronic equipment, and the like. The network device may include, but is not limited to, a single network server, a server group of multiple network servers, or a cloud of numerous computers or network servers based on cloud computing, wherein cloud computing is one type of distributed computing, a super virtual computer consisting of a cluster of loosely coupled computers. The present embodiment does not limit this. The method comprises steps S101 to S104, and specifically comprises the following steps:
s101, acquiring multi-dimensional data of each block in a monitoring area, and generating adjustment information of each block according to the multi-dimensional data, wherein inlets of each block are communicated with an adjustment channel through an adjustment valve, the adjustment channel is communicated with a sewage convergence pool, the multi-dimensional data comprises block temperature, current environment temperature and preset temperature, and the adjustment information comprises adjustment temperature.
Firstly, the scene of the scheme is based on the condition that the temperature of the artificial wetland is lower in winter, and the scheme does not relate to the condition that the temperature of the artificial wetland is higher in summer.
Referring to fig. 2, in order to perform targeted temperature adjustment on the entire artificial wetland system, the monitoring area is divided into a plurality of blocks, for example, the artificial wetland system a in fig. 2 can be divided into a1 block, a2 block and A3 block, and compared with the overall monitoring of the entire monitoring area a, the method can perform relatively accurate monitoring and control on each small block.
Secondly, this scheme is in order to carry out temperature regulation to each block, is provided with the regulation channel, and the regulation channel can be the regulation pipeline, also can be the regulation irrigation canals and ditches for the regulation sewage of transportation storage, and the entry of each block all communicates with the regulation channel through the governing valve, and the regulation channel communicates with sewage convergence pool.
It can be understood that general sewage temperature is higher, and this scheme can assemble the sewage that the temperature is high and assemble the pond in the sewage assembles the pond, when needing to carry out temperature control to the block, assembles the pond from sewage and carries sewage in the regulation channel, then utilizes regulation channel and governing valve to release in the block, realizes the regulation to the temperature in the block.
It should be noted that the sewage that this scheme can directly utilize high temperature in the sewage assembles pond carries out the intensification regulation to constructed wetland system, under general condition, need not to heat up in addition the sewage assembles the pond, and this scheme can practice thrift and adjust the energy consumption.
In order to realize temperature adjustment of the blocks, multidimensional data of each block need to be monitored in real time, the multidimensional data comprise block temperature, current environment temperature and preset temperature, required adjustment temperature is calculated by utilizing the block temperature, the current environment temperature and the preset temperature, and the temperature of the blocks is adjusted by taking the adjustment temperature as a reference.
In some embodiments, obtaining multidimensional data of each block in the monitoring area, and generating the adjusted temperature of each block according to the multidimensional data may include the following steps S11-S13:
and S11, acquiring a difference value between the block temperature and a preset temperature as an initial compensation temperature difference, and generating a temperature difference deviation value according to the block temperature, the current environment temperature and the preset temperature.
It can be understood that the difference between the block temperature and the preset temperature can be calculated as the initial compensation temperature difference, that is, the temperature of the constructed wetland needs to be increased by the initial compensation temperature difference, for example, the block temperature may be-1 ℃, the preset temperature may be 5 ℃, and then the initial compensation temperature difference is 6 ℃.
And S12, performing offset processing on the initial compensation temperature difference based on the temperature difference offset value to generate an actual compensation temperature difference.
According to the scheme, the lower environmental temperature in winter is considered, and certain influence can be generated on temperature adjustment, so that the initial compensation temperature difference is offset according to the block temperature, the current environmental temperature and the preset temperature to obtain the actual compensation temperature difference, the compensation temperature difference tends to be accurate, and the accurate temperature adjustment is realized.
And S13, generating the adjusting temperature of each block according to the actual compensation temperature difference and the block temperature.
It will be appreciated that the actual compensated temperature difference may be 7 c, the block temperature may be-1 c, and then the adjusted temperature for the block may be 6 c.
In practical applications, generating the adjustment temperature according to the actual compensation temperature difference and the block temperature may include:
Figure BDA0003592669240000081
wherein, tRegulating deviceRepresents the minimum regulated temperature, t1Represents a predetermined temperature, t2Represents the block temperature, t3Representing the current ambient temperature, k1Representing the weight coefficients.
As can be appreciated, (t)1-t2) In order to initially compensate for the temperature difference,
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as an offset value of the temperature difference,
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to actually compensate for the temperature difference.
This scheme can utilize above model to make the compensation difference in temperature tend to accurate difference in temperature to realize comparatively accurate temperature regulation.
S102, obtaining the area of the block and the average water depth of the block, and generating heat for block heat exchange according to the adjusting temperature, the area of the block, the average water depth of the block, the temperature of the block and the preset temperature.
According to the scheme, after the temperature is adjusted, the heat exchange quantity of the block is calculated by using the adjusted temperature, the area of the block, the average water depth of the block, the temperature of the block and the preset temperature, and then the sewage is converted to calculate the required sewage quantity.
In some embodiments, the calculation block heat transfer amount may be:
generating a predicted block water change volume based on the block average water depth and the block area;
and obtaining the block heat exchange heat based on the actual compensation temperature difference, the sewage specific heat capacity and the prediction block water exchange volume.
It can be understood that, according to the scheme, the block heat exchange volume is predicted according to the average water depth and the area of the block, and then the heat quantity required for increasing the current water temperature by the actual compensation temperature difference is calculated, namely the heat quantity of the block heat exchange.
In practical application, based on the first temperature difference, the specific heat capacity of the sewage and the heat of block heat exchange, the heat of the block heat exchange can be as follows:
Figure BDA0003592669240000091
wherein, c1Represents the specific heat capacity of the sewage, Q represents the heat exchange quantity of the block, S represents the area of the block, H represents the average water depth of the block, and k represents the specific heat exchange quantity of the block2Representing the weight of the prediction block water exchange volume.
Wherein S.H represents the water exchange volume of the prediction block, k2Can be artificial setting, come to predict the block and trade the volume of water and carry out comparatively accurate adjustment, for example, this scheme can ignore the moisture that contains in the mud when obtaining the average depth of water of block, at this moment, can utilize k2The average water depth H of the block is increased, so that the water change volume of the block is predicted more accurately.
In addition, the scheme considers that the comprehensive specific heat capacity can be changed after sewage flows into the wetland, and therefore, the scheme utilizes k3To correct the comparative heat capacity,c1·k3To utilize k3And adjusting the specific heat capacity of the sewage.
S103, acquiring a first sewage temperature value of the sewage converging tank, and if the first sewage temperature value is greater than the adjusting temperature, generating a first adjusting quantity according to the first sewage temperature value and the block heat exchange quantity.
In some embodiments, generating a first adjustment amount according to the first sewage temperature value and the block heat exchange heat includes steps S31-S34:
and S31, generating a predicted block water exchange volume based on the block average water depth and the block area.
And S32, obtaining block heat exchange heat based on the actual compensation temperature difference, the sewage specific heat capacity and the prediction block water exchange volume.
Step S31 and step S32 are steps of obtaining heat of block heat exchange, which have been described in detail above and are not described herein again.
S33, acquiring a first temperature difference between the first sewage temperature value and the adjusting temperature;
s34, generating a first regulating quantity corresponding to the first temperature difference, the specific heat capacity of the sewage and the heat of block heat exchange.
This scheme acquires the first sewage temperature value in the sewage pool, then calculates the first difference in temperature between first sewage temperature value and the regulation temperature, and the difference in temperature when this scheme needs to cool down first sewage temperature value to the regulation temperature promptly is first difference in temperature.
For example, the first effluent temperature value may be 10 ℃, the adjusted temperature for a block may be 6 ℃, and then the first temperature difference is 4 ℃.
After the first temperature difference is obtained, the first adjustment quantity of the required sewage can be calculated by utilizing the specific heat capacity of the sewage and the heat of block heat exchange.
In practical application, based on the first temperature difference, the sewage specific heat capacity and the block heat exchange heat, a first regulating quantity corresponding to the first sewage temperature value is generated, and the method comprises the following steps:
Figure BDA0003592669240000101
wherein L represents a first adjustment quantity, c1Represents the specific heat capacity of the sewage, Q represents the heat exchange quantity of the block, S represents the area of the block, H represents the average water depth of the block, and t4Represents a first sewage temperature value, k3Weight, k, representing specific heat capacity of the wastewater2Weight representing the water exchange volume of the prediction block (t)4-tRegulating device) Is a first temperature difference.
It should be noted that the sewage of high temperature in the sewage convergence pool can be directly utilized to heat up and adjust the artificial wetland system, and under the general condition, the sewage convergence pool is not required to be heated up in addition, and the adjustment energy consumption can be saved in the scheme.
In some embodiments, after generating the first adjustment amount according to the first sewage temperature value and the block heat exchange heat, the method further comprises:
if the first adjustment quantity is larger than the first sewage storage quantity value, generating water supplementing information;
and controlling the water supplementing tank to supplement water in the sewage converging tank by the water supplementing temperature of the first sewage temperature value based on the water supplementing information.
It can be understood that, this scheme considers that the first sewage reserves value in the sewage assembles the pond probably is not enough to be adjusted, and this scheme so can utilize the moisturizing pond to carry out the moisturizing to the sewage assembles the pond to satisfy and adjust required sewage volume.
It should be noted that, this scheme can be with the moisturizing temperature of first sewage temperature value to the moisturizing of carrying out the moisturizing in the sewage assembles the pond when utilizing the moisturizing pond to assemble the pond moisturizing in the sewage.
In other embodiments, the scheme does not need to supplement water into the sewage collecting tank at the water supplementing temperature of the first sewage temperature value, the first sewage temperature value changes after water supplement, the first regulating quantity can be recalculated, and the scheme can be dynamically adjusted and is flexible.
And S104, controlling the work of the regulating valve based on the first regulating quantity.
It can be understood that after the first regulating quantity is calculated, the regulating valve is controlled to release the regulating sewage into the block wetland to realize the temperature regulation of the wetland.
It should be noted that, this scheme can be under lower energy consumption, and the automatic comparatively accurate regulation to the wetland temperature that realizes, can not the wetland high temperature, also can not make the wetland temperature cross lowly, can ensure that the wetland can be too high-efficient operation.
On the basis of the above embodiment, in the scheme, in order to reduce the heat loss in the adjustment process, considering that the winter may have a lower ambient temperature in one day, the invention provides the following scheme, including steps S201 to S205, as follows:
s201, acquiring a required adjustment time length, and generating an adjustment time interval based on the current time and the required adjustment time length.
It can be understood that the scheme can receive the required adjustment duration set by the user, for example, the administrator requires to adjust the wetland temperature to the preset temperature within 8H, and then 8H is the required adjustment duration.
Illustratively, the current time is 22:00, and the required adjustment duration is 8H, then based on the current time and the required adjustment duration, an adjustment time interval is generated, which may be 22:00-6:00 (the next day). Namely, the wetland temperature is adjusted to the preset temperature between 22:00 and 6:00 (the next day).
And S202, crawling the environment temperature change information in the adjustment time interval.
The scheme can be accessed to a temperature monitoring center, and the environmental temperature change information in the adjustment time interval can be crawled, for example, the environmental temperature change information between 22:00 and 6:00 (the next day).
S203, acquiring each first prediction time period of the environment temperature lower than the preset temperature and a first prediction time length corresponding to the first prediction time period within the adjustment time interval, and each second prediction time period of the environment temperature higher than the preset temperature and a second prediction time length corresponding to the second prediction time period based on the environment temperature change information.
According to the scheme, a preset temperature is set at first, for example, the preset temperature can be 5 ℃, and then each first prediction time period of the environment temperature lower than the preset temperature in the adjustment time interval and the first prediction time length corresponding to the first prediction time period are obtained, and each second prediction time period of the environment temperature higher than the preset temperature and the second prediction time length corresponding to the second prediction time period are obtained.
For example, one or more first predicted time periods and first predicted time periods for an ambient temperature below 5 ℃ within 22:00-6:00 (the next day), and each second predicted time period and second predicted time period for a second predicted time period for an ambient temperature above 5 ℃ may be obtained.
For example, if the temperature of 22:00 to 23:00 is 2 ℃, the temperature of 23:00 to 24:00 is 3 ℃, the temperature of 24:00 to 1:00 is 5 ℃, both are less than 5 ℃, the temperature of 1:00 to 3:00 is 6 ℃, the temperature of 3:00 to 6:00 is 8 ℃, both are greater than 5 ℃, then the first predicted time period, the second predicted time period, and the second predicted time period can all be calculated.
S204, generating a first sewage release speed according to the first regulating quantity and the first prediction duration, and generating a second sewage release speed according to the first regulating quantity and the second prediction duration.
After the first prediction time period, the second prediction time period, and the second prediction time period are obtained in step S203, the first sewage release speed and the second sewage release speed may be calculated.
In some embodiments, generating a first rate of release of effluent based on the first adjusted amount and a first predicted duration, and generating a second rate of release of effluent based on the first adjusted amount and a second predicted duration comprises:
receiving an adjustment proportion input by a user, generating a first sub adjustment quantity corresponding to each first prediction time period and a second sub adjustment quantity corresponding to each second prediction time period according to the adjustment proportion and the first adjustment quantity, wherein the first sub adjustment quantity is smaller than the second sub adjustment quantity;
generating a first sewage release speed according to the sum of the first sub-adjustment amount and the first prediction duration;
and generating a second sewage release speed according to the sum of the second sub-adjustment amount and the second prediction time length.
It is understood that the adjustment ratio may be set by an administrator, for example, it may set the ratio of the amount of sewage released in the first prediction period to the amount of sewage released in the second prediction period to 3: 7.
for example, the first adjustment amount may be 1t, and the adjustment ratio is 3: 7, then the first sub-adjustment amount is 0.3t and the second adjustment amount may be 0.7 t.
After the first sub-adjustment amount and the second sub-adjustment amount are obtained, the first sewage release speed and the second sewage release speed can be calculated according to the duration.
In practical applications, generating a first sewage release rate according to a sum of the first sub-adjustment amount and the first prediction duration, and generating a second sewage release rate according to a sum of the second sub-adjustment amount and the second prediction duration may include:
Figure BDA0003592669240000121
wherein, V1Represents the first sewage release rate, L1Represents a first sub-adjustment, eiRepresenting a first predicted duration, V2Represents the second sewage release rate, L2Represents a second sub-adjustment quantity, fiRepresents the second predicted time period, and n and p represent upper limit values.
Wherein the content of the first and second substances,
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representing the sum of a plurality of first predicted time periods,
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representing the sum of a plurality of second predicted time periods.
S205, controlling the regulating valve to work in each first prediction time period based on the first sewage release speed, and controlling the regulating valve to work in each second prediction time period based on the second sewage release speed.
It can be understood that the sum of the first sewage release speed and the second sewage release speed can be obtained, and the release speed of the regulating valve can be controlled to effectively regulate the wetland.
It should be noted that, in the first prediction time quantum, the temperature is lower, and the calorific loss is more, therefore this scheme slows down sewage release speed, in the second prediction time quantum, and the temperature is higher, and the calorific loss is less, and this scheme can accelerate sewage release speed, adjusts the wetland temperature to preset temperature in the required time, and this scheme can reduce the whole calorific loss in the accommodation process.
Referring to fig. 3, the monitoring data processing device for an artificial wetland system according to an embodiment of the present invention includes:
the system comprises a data module, a data acquisition module and a data processing module, wherein the data module is used for acquiring multi-dimensional data of each block in a monitoring area and generating adjustment information of each block according to the multi-dimensional data, the inlet of each block is communicated with an adjustment channel through an adjustment valve, the adjustment channel is communicated with a sewage convergence pool, the multi-dimensional data comprises block temperature, current environment temperature and preset temperature, and the adjustment information comprises adjustment temperature;
the heat module is used for acquiring the block area and the block average water depth of the block and generating block heat exchange heat according to the adjusting temperature, the block area, the block average water depth, the block temperature and the preset temperature;
the adjusting module is used for acquiring a first sewage temperature value of the sewage converging tank, and generating a first adjusting quantity according to the first sewage temperature value and the block heat exchange quantity if the first sewage temperature value is greater than the adjusting temperature;
and the execution module is used for controlling the work of the regulating valve based on the first regulating quantity.
The apparatus in the embodiment shown in fig. 4 can be correspondingly used to perform the steps in the method embodiment shown in fig. 1, and the implementation principle and technical effect are similar, which are not described herein again.
Referring to fig. 4, which is a schematic diagram of a hardware structure of a monitoring data processing device suitable for an artificial wetland system according to an embodiment of the present invention, the monitoring data processing device 40 suitable for an artificial wetland system includes: a processor 41, memory 42 and computer programs; wherein
A memory 42 for storing said computer program, which memory may also be a flash memory (f l ash). The computer program is, for example, an application program, a functional module, or the like that implements the above method.
A processor 41 for executing the computer program stored in the memory to implement the steps performed by the apparatus in the above method. Reference may be made in particular to the description relating to the preceding method embodiment.
Alternatively, the memory 42 may be separate or integrated with the processor 41.
When the memory 42 is a device independent of the processor 41, the apparatus may further include:
a bus 43 for connecting the memory 42 and the processor 41.
The present invention also provides a readable storage medium, in which a computer program is stored, which, when being executed by a processor, is adapted to implement the methods provided by the various embodiments described above.
The readable storage medium may be a computer storage medium or a communication medium. Communication media includes any medium that facilitates transfer of a computer program from one place to another. Computer storage media may be any available media that can be accessed by a general purpose or special purpose computer. For example, a readable storage medium is coupled to the processor such that the processor can read information from, and write information to, the readable storage medium. Of course, the readable storage medium may also be an integral part of the processor. The processor and the readable storage medium may reside in an Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASIC). Additionally, the ASIC may reside in user equipment. Of course, the processor and the readable storage medium may also reside as discrete components in a communication device. The readable storage medium may be a read-only memory (ROM), a random-access memory (RAM), a CD-ROM, a magnetic tape, a floppy disk, an optical data storage device, and the like.
The present invention also provides a program product comprising execution instructions stored in a readable storage medium. The at least one processor of the device may read the execution instructions from the readable storage medium, and the execution of the execution instructions by the at least one processor causes the device to implement the methods provided by the various embodiments described above.
In the above embodiments of the apparatus, it should be understood that the Processor may be a Central Processing Unit (CPU), other general purpose processors, a Digital Signal Processor (DSP), an Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC), etc. A general purpose processor may be a microprocessor or the processor may be any conventional processor or the like. The steps of a method disclosed in connection with the present invention may be embodied directly in a hardware processor, or in a combination of the hardware and software modules within the processor.
Finally, it should be noted that: the above embodiments are only used to illustrate the technical solution of the present invention, and not to limit the same; while the invention has been described in detail and with reference to the foregoing embodiments, it will be understood by those skilled in the art that: the technical solutions described in the foregoing embodiments may still be modified, or some or all of the technical features may be equivalently replaced; and the modifications or the substitutions do not make the essence of the corresponding technical solutions depart from the scope of the technical solutions of the embodiments of the present invention.

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1. A monitoring data processing method suitable for an artificial wetland system is characterized by comprising the following steps:
acquiring multi-dimensional data of each block in a monitoring area, and generating adjustment information of each block according to the multi-dimensional data, wherein the inlet of each block is communicated with an adjustment channel through an adjustment valve, the adjustment channel is communicated with a sewage aggregation pool, the multi-dimensional data comprises block temperature, current environment temperature and preset temperature, and the adjustment information comprises adjustment temperature;
obtaining the area of the block and the average water depth of the block, and generating heat for block heat exchange according to the adjusting temperature, the area of the block, the average water depth of the block, the temperature of the block and a preset temperature;
acquiring a first sewage temperature value of a sewage converging tank, and if the first sewage temperature value is greater than the adjusting temperature, generating a first adjusting quantity according to the first sewage temperature value and the block heat exchange heat;
and controlling the regulating valve to work based on the first regulating quantity.
2. The method of claim 1, wherein obtaining multi-dimensional data for each block of a surveillance zone and generating a conditioned temperature for each block from the multi-dimensional data comprises:
acquiring a difference value between the block temperature and a preset temperature as an initial compensation temperature difference, and generating a temperature difference deviation value according to the block temperature, the current environment temperature and the preset temperature;
performing offset processing on the initial compensation temperature difference based on the temperature difference offset value to generate an actual compensation temperature difference;
and generating the adjusting temperature of each block according to the actual compensation temperature difference and the block temperature.
3. The method of claim 2, wherein generating the adjusted temperature based on the actual compensated temperature difference and the block temperature comprises:
Figure FDA0003592669230000011
wherein, tRegulating deviceRepresents the minimum regulated temperature, t1Represents a predetermined temperature, t2Representative regionBlock temperature, t3Representing the current ambient temperature, k1Representing the weight coefficients.
4. The method of claim 3, wherein generating a first adjustment based on the first wastewater temperature value and the block heat transfer capacity comprises:
generating a predicted block water exchange volume based on the block average water depth and the block area;
obtaining block heat exchange heat based on the actual compensation temperature difference, the sewage specific heat capacity and the prediction block water exchange volume;
acquiring a first sewage temperature value and a first temperature difference of the adjusting temperature;
and generating corresponding first regulating quantity based on the first temperature difference, the specific heat capacity of the sewage and the heat of block heat exchange.
5. The method of claim 4, wherein generating a first adjustment corresponding to the first wastewater temperature value based on the first temperature difference, wastewater specific heat capacity, and block heat transfer heat comprises:
Figure FDA0003592669230000021
wherein L represents a first adjustment amount, c1Represents the specific heat capacity of sewage, Q represents the heat exchange quantity of the block, S represents the area of the block, H represents the average water depth of the block, and t represents the specific heat exchange quantity of the block4Represents a first sewage temperature value k3Weight, k, representing specific heat capacity of sewage2Representing the weight of the prediction block exchange water volume.
6. The method of claim 5, further comprising, after generating a first adjustment based on the first wastewater temperature value and the block heat transfer amount,:
if the first adjustment quantity is larger than the first sewage storage quantity value, generating water supplementing information;
and controlling the water supplementing tank to supplement water in the sewage converging tank by the water supplementing temperature of the first sewage temperature value based on the water supplementing information.
7. The method of claim 1, wherein controlling the regulator valve to operate based on the first adjustment amount comprises:
acquiring required adjustment time length, and generating an adjustment time interval based on the current time and the required adjustment time length;
crawling ambient temperature change information in the adjustment time interval;
acquiring each first prediction time period of the environment temperature lower than the preset temperature and a first prediction time length corresponding to the first prediction time period, and each second prediction time period of the environment temperature higher than the preset temperature and a second prediction time length corresponding to the second prediction time period in the adjustment time interval based on the environment temperature change information;
generating a first sewage release speed according to the first regulating quantity and the first prediction duration, and generating a second sewage release speed according to the first regulating quantity and the second prediction duration;
and controlling the regulating valve to work in each first prediction time period based on the first sewage release speed, and controlling the regulating valve to work in each second prediction time period based on the second sewage release speed.
8. The method of claim 7, wherein generating a first rate of release of effluent based on the first adjusted amount and a first predicted duration, and generating a second rate of release of effluent based on the first adjusted amount and a second predicted duration comprises:
receiving an adjustment proportion input by a user, generating a first sub adjustment quantity corresponding to each first prediction time period and a second sub adjustment quantity corresponding to each second prediction time period according to the adjustment proportion and the first adjustment quantity, wherein the first sub adjustment quantity is smaller than the second sub adjustment quantity;
generating a first sewage release speed according to the sum of the first sub-adjustment amount and the first prediction duration;
and generating a second sewage release speed according to the sum of the second sub-adjustment amount and the second prediction time length.
9. The method of claim 8, wherein generating a first rate of release of wastewater based on a sum of the first sub-adjustment amount and the first predicted duration and a second rate of release of wastewater based on a sum of the second sub-adjustment amount and the second predicted duration comprises:
Figure FDA0003592669230000031
wherein, V1Represents the first sewage release rate, L1Represents a first sub-adjustment, eiRepresenting a first predicted duration, V2Represents the second sewage release rate, L2Represents a second sub-adjustment quantity, fiRepresents the second predicted time period, and n and p represent upper limit values.
10. The utility model provides a monitoring data processing apparatus suitable for constructed wetland system which characterized in that includes:
the system comprises a data module, a data acquisition module and a data processing module, wherein the data module is used for acquiring multi-dimensional data of each block in a monitoring area and generating adjustment information of each block according to the multi-dimensional data, the inlet of each block is communicated with an adjustment channel through an adjustment valve, the adjustment channel is communicated with a sewage convergence pool, the multi-dimensional data comprises block temperature, current environment temperature and preset temperature, and the adjustment information comprises adjustment temperature;
the heat module is used for acquiring the block area and the block average water depth of the block and generating block heat exchange heat according to the adjusting temperature, the block area, the block average water depth, the block temperature and the preset temperature;
the adjusting module is used for acquiring a first sewage temperature value of the sewage converging tank, and if the first sewage temperature value is greater than the adjusting temperature, generating a first adjusting quantity according to the first sewage temperature value and the heat of block heat exchange;
and the execution module is used for controlling the work of the regulating valve based on the first regulating quantity.
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