KR101679047B1 - An Algae Removing Device - Google Patents

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KR101679047B1
KR101679047B1 KR1020150104884A KR20150104884A KR101679047B1 KR 101679047 B1 KR101679047 B1 KR 101679047B1 KR 1020150104884 A KR1020150104884 A KR 1020150104884A KR 20150104884 A KR20150104884 A KR 20150104884A KR 101679047 B1 KR101679047 B1 KR 101679047B1
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이승윤
김세원
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문병진
이상협
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Abstract

The present invention relates to an algae removing apparatus for collecting and treating algae such as a green tide or a red tide floating in a river and a reservoir and treating the algae. More particularly, the present invention relates to a bird's tear removing apparatus, , And a collection material separator. The green algae, which are dense at high concentration on the surface of water such as rivers and reservoirs, are transferred to a screen conveyor using a transfer hopper and dehydrated. Then, a sludge remover (Or composting) by collecting collected water through the collection material separating basin, it is possible to quickly and efficiently remove the algae from the eutrophic reservoirs or rivers to secure high quality water resources, To the water combine device for algae removal.

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An Algae Removing Device}

The present invention relates to an algae removing apparatus for collecting and treating algae such as a green tide or a red tide floating in a river and a reservoir and treating the algae. More particularly, the present invention relates to a bird's tear removing apparatus, , And a collection material separator. The green algae, which are dense at high concentration on the surface of water such as rivers and reservoirs, are transferred to a screen conveyor using a transfer hopper and dehydrated. Then, a sludge remover (Or composting) by collecting collected water through the collection material separating basin, it is possible to quickly and efficiently remove the algae from the eutrophic reservoirs or rivers to secure high quality water resources, To the water combine device for algae removal.

Green (algae) -tide, 綠 潮) is generally formed by eutrophication, and planktonic microalgae, which are green in water at high temperature, flourish and are concentrated at high concentration on water surface, Respectively. In Korea, green algae tends to occur when it is about one week after the rainy season and the rainy season, mainly in the summer waters of the rivers and reservoirs.

In general, eutrophicated rivers and reservoirs survive only those species that are able to adapt to excessive concentrations of algae and severe dissolved oxygen variations. In general, the ecosystems of eutrophicated lakes are low in diversity and thus less stable.

And eutrophicated rivers and reservoirs cause problems of water pollution because they are not in the eutrophication itself and the water of the lake is eutrophied and the possibility of algal blooming is high. , It inhibits photosynthetic activity of aquatic organisms by preventing light from penetrating into the lake and prevents dissolved oxygen in the water from being dissolved in water to reduce the amount of dissolved oxygen in the water. In addition, when the algae formed on the surface of the lake are killed and sink into the deep water layer, the dissolved oxygen of the deep water layer is deficient due to the decomposition by the microorganisms, resulting in the anaerobic state.

Therefore, from the viewpoint of sightseeing and amusement, it will be difficult to swim or boating for aesthetic reasons, and if it becomes worse, it can not take a walk on the lakeshore due to bad smell and causes a fatal impact on the surrounding environment.

As for the problem of survival of fishes, eutrophication refers to an increase in nutrients in the water, so it can be said that the production of fish is increased. However, when the eutrophication is increased, the breeding of the algae causes a severe situation in which the fishes of the fish species are killed .

In addition, when water from rivers and reservoirs is used for water intake, it causes great damage to tap water supply and use due to blockage of filtration membrane due to algae blooms, alteration of taste, and generation of odor.

Conventionally, in order to solve the above-mentioned problems, there has been proposed a method of removing algae such as algae removing vessel of Patent No. 10-1113975 and algae removing line for prevention and quick removal of algae of Registration No. 10-1189746 Removal device is disclosed.

The above-mentioned 'algae removing vessel' of the registered patent 10-1113975 includes a floating means 2 detachably installed on the outer side of the ship body 100 and floating on the sea surface, A sludge disposal unit 6 installed in the ship body 100 for separating the algae sediment and water by filtering out the inhaled surface water; and a sludge disposal unit 6 Collecting compartment 8 for collecting the algae dust that is filtered off from the collecting compartment 8

The algae eliminating vessel having the above-described structure sucks algae mainly present in the water surface or surface waters, filters the algae by filtration, collects the algae in a storage tank provided in the vessel, and removes the algae.

In addition, the above-mentioned 'algae removing line for prevention and quick removal of algae' of Patent No. 10-1189746 refers to a ship which runs along a lake; A bubble generating / inserting unit provided at a front end of the hull for generating bubbles and injecting the bubbles into the lake; A coagulant charging unit disposed adjacent to the bubble generating / charging unit for charging a coagulant into a region into which the bubbles are charged; A mixing unit provided on the hull at a region where the bubbles and the coagulant are injected and rapidly mixing the bubbles and the coagulant introduced into the lake into a granular sludge so as to float up to the upper part of the lake; A scraper unit for moving the sludge floated by the mixing unit to one side while moving the sludge; And a sludge storage tank in which the sludge collected by the scraper unit is stored.

KR 10-1113975 (registration number) 2012.02.01. KR 10-1189746 (registration number) 2012.10.04. KR 10-1221579 (registration number) 2013.01.07.

The conventional algae removing vessel as described above is a device for removing algae by sucking algae mainly present in the surface of water or surface waters, filtering the algae by filtration, collecting the algae in a storage tank provided in the vessel, There is a problem in that the usability is deteriorated due to the inconvenience of the configuration of the filtration device, the cleaning and management operation, and the increase in the operating cost.

The 'algae removing line for the prevention and quick removal of algae' includes a bubble generating / input unit for injecting bubbles into the lake and a flocculant for injecting the flocculant into the area where the bubbles are injected. Unit and the like, and collects and collects the green tide by using a device such as a unit. In addition, there is a problem that the cost and the usability are lowered due to the high cost and complexity of the equipment.

In addition, although the conventional algaecide device has a suction means for separating algae from water, it sucks a small amount of algae by suctioning in a state in which water is not removed, There is a problem in that the size of the vessel must be increased because it is necessary to carry out the removal of the algae by moving and again carrying out the inhalation with a very large vessel.

Further, in the conventional algaecide device, there is a separate drive means for driving the suction means in order to separate the algae from the water, but the suction of the algae requires a stronger driving force than the suction of water, There is an inconvenience to be large.

Accordingly, the present invention has been made to solve the above problems,

It consists of five modules: body, buoyant member, transfer hopper, screen conveyor, sludge remover, and collection material separator. It can be easily disassembled and assembled and can be moved quickly to a river or reservoir where algae are generated. By making it possible to quickly collect and collect green algae that are dense in the form of scum by densely populating the surface of water such as eutrophicated rivers and reservoirs, it is possible not only to secure high quality water resources but also to create comfortable and pleasant hydrophilic space And to provide a water combine device for removing the algae.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a water combine device capable of removing a part of the water before it is placed in the water combine device in order to make it possible to easily raise the wet algae into the water combine device.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a water combine device capable of separating algae floating on water from a water phase without any additional intake pump or intake means.

In order to accomplish the above object, the present invention provides a removing device for collecting and treating algae such as green tide or red tide floating in a river and a reservoir,

A first and a second drive sprockets mounted on the body frame and respectively installed at both ends of one end of the body frame and rotated by a drive shaft driven by a drive motor; First and second driven sprockets respectively installed at both ends of the other end portion and rotated by a driven shaft, first and second driven sprockets respectively connected to the first and second driven sprockets to transmit the driving force of the first and second driven sprockets, 2 power transmission means, a first power transmission means and a second power transmission means, and is connected to the first power transmission means and the second power transmission means, A green vessel feeding hopper means comprising a body bracket for fixing the driving shaft and the driven shaft to each other, And a screen conveyor means which is installed at a rear end thereof higher than the front end portion and is rotated by a screen driving motor so that a green vessel conveyed from the green vessel conveyance hopper means is dewatered so as to be upwardly conveyed to the upper side. do.

Therefore, the water combine apparatus for removing algae according to the present invention can rapidly collect and collect green algae that are dense in the form of scum by being densely packed at the surface of water such as eutrophicated rivers and reservoirs, So that it is possible to create a pleasant and comfortable hydrophilic space.

Further, the present invention is capable of separating the algae from the path without using the suction pump, and there is no need for a driving means for sucking algae.

In addition, according to the present invention, after the collected algae are moved into water, the algae are naturally removed to some extent and then transferred to the water combine, so that the area of means for supporting the algae can be reduced and the area of the water combine There is an effect that can be.

In addition, the present invention is composed of five modules of a main body, a buoyant member, a transfer hopper, a screen conveyor, a sludge remover, and a collection material separator, and they are easily disassembled and assembled so that they can quickly move to a river or a reservoir It is possible to increase the usability of the apparatus and to operate the apparatus at a low cost, thereby improving the economical efficiency.

Also, since the present invention is composed of five modules, it is easy to assemble and disassemble it, and it is easy to move and install by transporting it to a general vehicle, and it is also advantageous in that it can be easily checked and repaired.

1 is a schematic perspective view of a water combine harvester for algae elimination according to the present invention,
2 is a schematic plan view of a water combine harvester for algae elimination according to the present invention,
3 is a schematic side view of the water combine harvester for algae elimination according to the present invention,
4 is a schematic perspective view of the main part of the water combine harvester for algae elimination according to the present invention,
FIG. 5 is a schematic sectional view of a main portion of a water combine harvester for algae elimination according to the present invention,
FIG. 6 is a schematic diagram showing the sludge removing means and the collection material separating means provided in the water combine apparatus for algaecure according to the present invention.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings.

As shown in Figs. 1 to 4, the water combine-removing apparatus 100 for alga-

A body frame 120 installed on the upper surface of the buoyancy member 110 for allowing air to float in the water,

The driving shaft 131b is installed on the body frame 120 such that the upper side thereof is located above the water surface and the lower side is located below the water surface. The driving shaft 131b is installed at both ends of the one end of the body frame 120, First and second driven sprockets 131 and 132 that are rotated by a driven shaft 133a and first and second driven sprockets 133 and 134 respectively installed at both ends of the other end of the driven sprocket 133 and 134, First and second power transmission means 135 and 136 connected to transmit the driving force of the first and second power transmission means 135 and 131 to the first and second driven sprockets 133 and 134, A plurality of blade members 137 connected to the first power transmitting means 135 and the second power transmitting means 136 so as to be able to push the green tide backward while being rotated according to the rotation of the first power transmitting means 135 and the second power transmitting means 136, (131b) and the driven shaft (133a) are fixed Body brackets 138 algae feed hopper means (130) made of, and

The rear end of the green algae feed hopper means 130 is installed higher than the front end of the green algae feed hopper means 130 and is rotated by the screen driving motor 141 so that the green algae such as green algae or floating matter, And a screen conveyor means (140) for transferring the processed image to the upper side.

A power propelling device 150 (also referred to as a outboard motor) for adjusting the propulsion and the direction of the body frame 120 is installed at a rear end of the body frame 120.

Accordingly, the body frame 120 is advanced by the power of the outboard motor 150, and the green algae and the like are introduced into the greenhouse transfer hopper means 130 and the water is dehydrated through the screen conveyor means 140, So that it can be collected.

Here, the outboard motor 150 is a propulsion device mounted on a small ship or a motor boat, and can be easily carried out by anyone.

The rear end of the body frame 120 may further include a green algae agglomerating and removing means 160 for agglomerating and removing the green algae. The green algae flocculation removing unit 160 includes a tank 161 installed at both sides of the rear end of the body frame 120 and containing a flocculant for flocculating the green tanks, A water intake pump 162, a water spray pump 163 for pumping the flocculation liquid (liquid mixed with the water intake) of the tank 161, and an aggregate liquid pumped by the water spray pump 163, (Removing agent) injecting means 164 for injecting the liquid.

Therefore, the green algae flocculation removing means 160 is provided for the pretreatment for bringing the green algae into a state for collecting the green algae on the water surface, that is, when the water bodies are at a level below the scum algae phenomenon, To release the green algae remover.

The buoyancy member 110, which allows the body frame 120 to float on the water surface, is preferably formed in a banana shape so that it can be easily operated from the water, and it is preferable that the buoyancy member 110 is made of a hard special rubber (Two or more) are mounted on the left and right sides of the body frame 120, respectively. In addition, since the inside of the buoyancy member 110 is divided into a plurality of compartments divided into a plurality of equally divided portions (mainly four equal parts), work can be safely performed at the water level even when the water depth is low or unexpected punctures are scratched.

The green trolling hopper 130 is further provided with a pair of green trough guide plates 130a which are gradually increased in width at both ends of the green trough feeding hopper 130 so as to facilitate the collection of green algae.

Therefore, a large amount of green algae can be guided by the greenhouse guide plate 130a while the body frame 120 advances, and the greenhouse can be introduced into the greenhouse transfer hopper 130.

That is, a large amount of green algae are concentrated on the water surface by the greenhouse guide plate 130a, so that they can be artificially scumped to facilitate collection.

A plurality of green algae feeding hoppers 130 are installed in the lower part of the greenhouse feeding tunnel 130 so that the green algae can be transferred to the screen conveyor unit 140 through the blade members 137, Side plates 139a and a bottom plate 139b are further formed.

The greenhouse feeding hopper means 130 is further provided with a height adjusting device (not shown) for adjusting the height from a water surface such as a river or lake.

The green vessel transfer hopper means 130 is installed such that the upper side thereof is located above the water surface and the lower side is located below the water surface so that the front side thereof is located in the water so as to facilitate the collection of the greenery, And the rear end side is provided on the water surface so as to be gradually inclined upward toward the rear side where the means 140 is provided. In this case, the green tide passes through the greenhouse transfer hopper means 130, and the dewatering is considerable, so that the bird can be collected without the pump.

As described above, the green vessel feeding hopper means 130 is formed so as to be inclined upwards as it goes backward, so that the green vessel or the obstacle or the like conveyed by the blade member 137 is moved toward the rear side where the screen conveyor means 140 is provided. The screen conveyor means 140 can be transferred to the screen conveyor means 140 while being partially removed. Therefore, the efficiency of collection of green algae or impurities becomes high.

As described above, the greenhouse feeding hopper means 130 is installed at an angle to the water surface such that the front is lower and the rear is higher, and the height and the degree of inclination are adjusted by using the height adjusting device.

Here, the height adjusting device may be constructed using an actuator using a cylinder or the like, but the present invention is not limited thereto. Such a height adjusting device can be easily implemented by a person skilled in the art, and a detailed description thereof will be omitted.

Therefore, it is desirable to control the amount of green algae harvested according to the quality of water such as rivers and lakes, but it is preferable to operate it in a flexible manner so as to collect as much amount as possible.

In the screen conveyor means 140, the greenhouse which is firstly concentrated in the greenhouse transfer hopper means 130 through the screen member 142 rotated by the screen driving motor 141 is dewatered, To be conveyed to the upper side.

The screen conveyor means 140 is further provided with a screen height adjusting means 143 for adjusting the height of the end portion of the screen conveyor means 140 on the back side of the screen conveyor means 140.

Accordingly, the height of the screen height adjusting means 143 can be adjusted, and the collecting speed of the green algae moving up through the screen member 142 can be adjusted.

Here, the screen height adjusting means 143 may be provided on the back surface of the screen conveyor means 140 so that not only the height but also the tilt angle thereof can be adjusted. Such a screen height adjusting means 143 can be easily carried out by a person skilled in the art using a stretchable cylinder device or the like, and a detailed description thereof will be omitted.

In addition, the screen member 142 is formed with a mesh having an appropriate size for allowing the green luminaire to be stably attached and allowing the green luminaire to be easily attached so that water can be easily removed.

A sludge removing unit 170 is further provided at a rear end of the screen conveyor unit 140 to remove the green tank or the suspended sludge transferred to the screen member 142, Respectively.

The sludge removing means 170 includes a backwash brush 171 installed to be rotated in a reverse direction to the rotation of the screen member 142 and a backwash brush 171 installed adjacent to the backwash brush 171, And a scraper 172 for removing the concentrated deposit adhered to the backwash brush 171 so as to prevent clogging of the backwash brush 171.

Therefore, the sludge of the green trough or float (hereinafter, also referred to as " sludge ") which is dewatered through the screen member 142 of the screen conveyor means 140 and transferred upward is moved downward by the sludge removing means 170, .

A lid unit 144 may be installed at the upper end of the screen conveyor unit 140 to protect the sludge removing unit 170. The backwash brush 171 is preferably made of a rigid material such as reinforced plastic.

Further, a collection material separating means 180 is provided at a lower side of the sludge removing means 170 so as to separate green sorbents and contaminants separated from the sludge removing means 170 and collect them.

Therefore, the greenhouse and the detritus separated from the sludge removing means 170 are easily separated from the collected material separating means 180 so that the greenhouse and the obstacles such as branches and bottles can be separately collected.

At this time, the solid matter of the dehydrated green tank can be utilized as natural resources through composting, and the additional treatment cost can be sown.

The collected material separating means 180 is installed on the rear side of the screen conveyor means 140 so as to be inclined downwardly so that natural objects such as branches, A bottom plate 181 installed at a predetermined height from the bottom plate 181 so that contaminants such as branches or bottles can be removed from the sludge removing unit 170 while being installed at a predetermined height from the bottom plate 181 And a plurality of rows of separation rods 182 so as to be able to rotate.

In addition, the collection material separating means 180 is formed in a shape of a narrow upper light lower part of the upper part and a narrower upper part of the lower part, and is formed to become deeper toward the center part and become narrower toward the lower part.

Therefore, in the collection material separating means 180, the greenhouse is gathered by the bottom plate 181 and collected while being collected downward, and the contaminants such as branches and bottles can be collected by the separation rod body 182, Respectively.

Further, the separating rod body 182 is provided with a collecting rod portion 182a which is installed such that an end of the separating rod body 182 protrudes further downward than the end portion of the bottom plate 181.

The collecting containers A and B are provided on the front and rear sides of the bottom part 120a of the body frame 120 so that the solids of the green liquor falling from the end of the bottom plate 181 are collected in the collecting container A So that the contaminants falling from the end of the collecting rod portion 182a can be separated and accommodated in the collecting container B, respectively.

Here, the collecting containers A and B are preferably used as a bag, a vinyl member, or the like, which can be easily transported and have a small volume.

The separated greenhouse can be processed by composting through a separate process, and the contamination is transferred to a separate waste disposal site for disposal.

As described above, the algae-removing water combine apparatus of the present invention is composed of five modules: a main body, a buoyant member, a transfer hopper, a screen conveyor, a sludge remover, and a collection material separator. The green algae appearing in the form of scum are transferred to a screen conveyor by using a transfer hopper and then dehydrated and collected through a sludge eliminator and a collection material separation unit so that they can be discarded or composted to form an eutrophic reservoir or a river It is possible to quickly and efficiently remove the generated algae, thereby securing a high quality water source, and creating a pleasant and comfortable hydrophilic space.

100: Combine harvester for algae removal
110: Buoyancy member
120: Body frame
130: Green trough feeding hopper means 130a: Green trough guide plate
131: first drive sprocket 131a: drive motor 131b: drive shaft
132: second drive sprocket 133: first driven sprocket 133a: driven shaft
134: second driven sprocket 135: first power transmitting means 135: second power transmitting means
137: Blade member 138: Body bracket 139: Green algae tunnel
140: Screen conveyor means 141: Screen driving motor 142: Screen member
143: Screen height adjusting means 144: Cover means
150: Outboard
160: Green algae flocculation removing means 161: Tank 162:
163: Sparging pump 164: Agglomeration liquid spraying means
170: sludge removing means 171: backwash brush 172: scraper
180: collection material separating means 181: bottom plate
182: separation rod body 182a:
A, B: Collection container

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1. A removing device for collecting and treating algae such as green tide or red tide floating in a river and reservoir,
A first and a second drive sprockets mounted on the body frame and respectively installed at both ends of one end of the body frame and rotated by a drive shaft driven by a drive motor; First and second driven sprockets respectively installed at both ends of the other end portion and rotated by a driven shaft, first and second driven sprockets respectively connected to the first and second driven sprockets to transmit the driving force of the first and second driven sprockets, 2 power transmission means, a first power transmission means and a second power transmission means, and is connected to the first power transmission means and the second power transmission means, A green vessel feeding hopper means comprising a body bracket for fixing the driving shaft and the driven shaft;
And a screen conveyor means connected to the greenhouse feeding hopper means and having a rear end higher than the front end and being rotated by a screen driving motor to dewater the greenhouse conveyed from the greenhouse feeding hopper means so as to be upwardly conveyed to the upper side and,
A sludge removing means for removing sludge from the greenhouse or the sludge transported upward by being attached to the screen member is further provided on the rear surface of the end portion of the screen conveyor means,
The sludge removing means includes a backwash brush installed to be rotated reversely to the rotation of the screen member and a concentrated attachment adhered to the backwash brush so as to prevent clogging of the backwash brush while being installed adjacent to the backwash brush A water combine device for removing algae comprising a scraper.
The method according to claim 1,
Wherein the lower portion of the greenhouse feeding hopper means is provided with both side plates and a bottom plate so that a green trough feeding tunnel is formed to allow the green tide to be conveyed to the screen conveyor means while passing through the blade member, Device.
3. The method of claim 2,
Wherein the green vessel transfer hopper means is disposed such that the front side thereof is located in the water and the green vessel transfer hopper means is inclined upward gradually toward the rear side where the screen conveyor means is provided And the rear end side is disposed above the water surface.
The method of claim 3,
Wherein the greenhouse feeding hopper means is further provided with a height adjusting device for adjusting the height from the water surface.
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The method according to claim 1,
And a collecting material separating means for separating the green soil removed from the sludge removing means and the contaminants from the sludge removing means is further provided on the lower side of the sludge removing means.
8. The method of claim 7,
Wherein the sludge removing means comprises a bottom plate installed to be downwardly inclined so that the liquefied body and the contaminants fall down naturally from the rear surface of the screen conveyor means and installed so that the lime removed from the sludge removing means flows down, And a plurality of rows of separation rods arranged so as to be separated from the sludge removing means while being separated from the sludge removing means,
And a collecting rod portion protruding further downward than an end of the bottom plate is further provided at an end of the separating rod body.
9. The method of claim 8,
Wherein the collection material separating means is configured such that the upper side is wide and the lower side is formed in a shape of a narrow upper light lower edge and is formed deeper toward the center portion and becomes narrower toward the lower end.
3. The method of claim 2,
The body frame further includes a green agglomerating and removing means for agglomerating and removing green tones at a rear end thereof,
Wherein the algae coagulation removing means comprises a tank in which the body frame is installed on both sides of the rear end of the body frame to receive a flocculant for flocculating the green tanks, a water intake pump for supplying water into the tank, a spray pump for pumping the flocculation liquid of the tank, And a flocculating liquid spraying means for spraying the flocculated liquid pumped by the spraying pump onto the water surface.
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