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Osnutek smernice za projektiranje rastlinskih čistilnih naprav v Sloveniji na osnovi primerjave praks v Evropi : diplomska naloga
Hrast, Tanja (Author), Kompare, Boris (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Griessler Bulc, Tjaša (Co-mentor), Žagar, Dušan (Thesis defence commission member)

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Abstract
Rastlinske čistilne naprave (RČN) so umetno zasnovan sistem s primarno funkcijo čiščenja odpadnih voda. Pri učinkovitem čiščenju RČN posnemajo samočistilno sposobnost narave tako, da gre za poceni in preproste sisteme. RČN kot obstoječ sistem ne predstavlja večjega gradbenega posega in sistem kot tak skrbi za neokrnjen izgled naravnega okolja. Ti sistemi postajajo prepoznavni po vsej Evropi. Ker je evropsko območje v geografskem, geološkem in podnebnem smislu zelo raznoliko, se temu primerno prilagaja tudi načrtovanje sistemov, saj je potrebno upoštevati dejavnike okolja. V diplomski nalogi sem RČN predstavila v splošnem in smernice RČN v treh posameznih državah. To so Danska, Avstrija in Italija. Primerjala sem obstoječe sisteme iz teh treh držav ter Slovenije. Opredelila sem se na sisteme s horizontalnim in z vertikalnim tokom vode, ki so dimenzionirane za čiščenje komunalne odpadne vode. Glede na izkušnje Danske, Avstrije in Italije sem predpostavila smernice, ki veljajo za slovensko območje. Pri analizi podatkov sem ugotovila odstopanja med državami, ki so razlog dejavnikov okolja in smernic predpostavljenih v posamezni državi. IV Hrast, T. 2012. Osnutek smernice za projektiranje...primerjave praks v Evropi. Dipl. Nal. - UNI. Ljubljana, UL FGG, Študij vodarstva in komunalnega inženirstva.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:gradbeništvo, diplomska dela, UNI, rastlinska čistilna naprava, načrtovanje rastlinskih čistilnih naprav, smernice, Danska, Italija, Avstrija, Slovenija
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FGG - Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering
Year:2012
Publisher:[T. Hrast]
Number of pages:XV, 76 str.
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:57:628.35(043.3)
COBISS.SI-ID:6047329 Link is opened in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Draft of the guidelines for the design of constructed wetlands in Slovenia based on practices in Europe
Abstract:
Constructed wetlands (CWs) refer to artificially designed systems with the main function of wastewater treatment. For effective cleaning CWs imitate the self-cleaning ability of nature, which makes such systems simple. Moreover, CWs don't have a large construction impact and its system interference has the natural appearance. These systems are already relatively widespread and are getting popular across Europe. As the European area has very different geographical, geological and climatic specifications, the designing of the system should be adjusted according to the specific location. In my degree work I present the CWs in general, together with the practice in European countries, such as Denmark, Austria and Italy. Within my work I compared the guidelines, which are prescribed for the design of systems for each country, mentioned above, and existing systems in these three countries and Slovenia. I have identified the systems with horizontal and vertical flow of water, which are dimensioned for the treatment of wastewater. Based on the experience of Denmark, Austria and Italy, I derived the guidelines, that can be applied for the Slovenian territory. While analyzing the data, I have found differences between countries, which are caused by environmental factors and guidelines assumed in each country.

Keywords:graduation thesis, civil engineering, constructed wetlands, design of constructed wetlands, guidance, Denmark, Italy, Avstria, Slovenia

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