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Multi-Objective Optimization Of A Mine Water Reuse System Based On Improved Particle Swarm Optimization

Yang Liu, Zihang Zhang, Lei Bo, Dongxu Zhu

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This paper proposes a general hierarchical dispatching strategy of mine water, with the aim of addressing the problems of low reuse rate of coal mine water, and insufficient data analysis. First of all, water quality and quantity data of the Narim River No. 2 mine were used as the research object; the maximum reuse rate of mine water and the system operation rate comprised the objective function; and mine water quality information, mine water standard, and mine water treatment speed were the constraints. A multi-objective optimization scheduling mathematical model of water supply system was established. Then, to address the problems of premature convergence and ease of falling into a local optimum in the iterative process of particle swarm optimization, the basic particle swarm optimization was improved. Using detailed simulation research, the superiority of the improved algorithm was verified. Eventually, the mine water grading dispatching strategy proposed in this paper is compared with the traditional dispatching method. The results show that the hierarchical dispatching system can significantly improve the mine water reuse rate and system operating efficiency.