Nuclear physicists have proposed three means of solving the water problem of Crimea

In 2020, the issue of water supply to Crimea became especially acute due to the drought. On October 21 at the Federation Council of Russia a round table was held on the topic "Sustainable water supply of the Republic of Crimea - the basis for the socio-economic development of the region." During the event, Andrei Korolev, deputy director for research at the Kurchatov Institute, announced a comprehensive study of the problem of water supply to the peninsula.

The scientist specified that the "Kurchatov Institute", on its own initiative, conducted a study of the above-mentioned problems. Now nuclear physicists offer three means of solving the Crimean water problem.

The first is the organization of a system of artificial increase in atmospheric precipitation over the catchment areas in the upper reaches of the rivers of the peninsula.

The use of modern geographic information of technologies and data from micrological satellites and locators will allow to increase water collection in natural runoff reservoirs by 30-40%

- explained Korolyov.

The second is the construction of a system of desalination plants along the entire coast of Crimea. This will allow the most "simple and least energy-consuming" solution to the problem with drinking water. Moreover, it is necessary to put into operation "reverse osmosis desalination systems", which are more efficient than alternative distillation methods.

Plants producing 30-40 million cubic meters. m of fresh water per year, will provide 100% of the coastal regions of Crimea. At the same time, the scientist drew attention to the specifics of the coastal sea area - the periodic appearance of hydrogen sulfide, which increases the corrosion of industrial equipment.

The price of water produced by such factories will be about 32 rubles. per cubic meter m. Discharge of brines obtained as a result of desalination can be carried out in the Sivash and other saline reservoirs of the peninsula. The scientist is confident that this should not pose a danger and can be used as a resource.

The third is the creation of a system for the treatment of domestic wastewater based on pressure-membrane methods.

In addition, it was proposed to build new reservoirs with a total volume of over 100 million cubic meters. m, which were planned back in the USSR.

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  1. boriz Online boriz
    boriz (boriz) 22 October 2020 11: 41
    Well, I told you that nuclear scientists will do it. The liberals were not allowed there, and there remained normal people and a normal system of work. Hence the results.
    But still, I don't understand why no one is considering the use of many rivers and streams flowing directly from under the mountains throughout the South Coast. Great free water, just collect.
    1. Vladimir_ Voronov (Vladimir) 22 October 2020 12: 26
      nuclear scientists will be engaged. The liberals were not allowed there, and normal people and a normal system of work remained there. Hence the results.

      Liberators themselves do not go there - there is nothing to steal. The main thing is to restrict their access at the stage of implementation of any of the projects, then they will do it quickly and half the price.
      The question is: where to find people who will make at least a third cheaper?
      1. boriz Online boriz
        boriz (boriz) 22 October 2020 12: 35
        Rosatom. Nuclear power plants are standing, but this is easier.
    2. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
      Bulanov (Vladimir) 24 October 2020 16: 30
      Quite right! For example, there is a proposal to block the Uch-Kosh gorge near Yalta and thus provide drinking water for Yalta, resources for extinguishing forest fires, and a resource for the development of the fauna of the Main ridge of the Crimean Mountains.
  2. senima56 Offline senima56
    senima56 (Nikolai) 22 October 2020 20: 36
    And what have you been waiting for for 6 years? !!!! Ever since the "brothers" cut off the water from the Dnieper, they have done nothing but drilled holes! fool fool fool
  3. Sapsan136 Offline Sapsan136
    Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 22 October 2020 20: 43
    Before proposing to build new nuclear reactors, let them propose a technology for the complete and safe reprocessing of nuclear waste. In addition, Crimea is a seismic zone and we do not need a new Hukushima in Crimea !!! Dumping brines into the Sivash, wherever it went, but dumping them into small closed bodies of water means turning them into a new Dead Sea, which will result in an ecological disaster. It is necessary to cut off the water flowing from the Russian Federation to Ukraine, expel workers and other patriots of Ukraine from the Russian Federation, introduce a complete embargo on trade with Ukraine. This will force the UKROPs to start turning on the brain.
    1. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 23 October 2020 15: 43
      Firstly, you need to learn how to extract and process hydrogen sulfide (the Black Sea is already up to its nostrils in hydrogen sulfide), for fuel to obtain raw materials for the chemical industry (sulfuric acid and others). From the received energy (combustion of hydrogen sulfide or otherwise), then for desalination in any way of the Black Sea water and other needs ...
      1. Sapsan136 Offline Sapsan136
        Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 23 October 2020 17: 26
        A good offer. I support
  4. Danila46 Offline Danila46
    Danila46 (Daniel) 22 October 2020 23: 29
    the first method is not particularly clear to me, but the other two are quite acceptable and doable. There is little left to do: build ........................
  5. Lyudmila Evgeny Ponomarev (Lyudmila Evgeny Ponomarev) 22 October 2020 23: 53
    It's just some kind of holiday! Nuclear physicists offer some kind of crap instead of nuclear desalination plants. We are waiting for advice from cryptozoologists!
    The nuclear desalination plant is the only simple and reliable solution for water supply. Place at the entrance to the North Crimean Canal. Excess heat, electricity for a grand greenhouse economy. The seismology of northern Crimea is the same as in southern Ukraine, where nuclear power plants are already located. Brine to the Black Sea. Part of the salts in perfumery.
  6. Tungsten Molybdenum (Tungsten Molybdenum) 24 October 2020 11: 36
    In Crimea, there are many sunny days and winds, you can also build solar collectors, desalination plants + wind turbines for pumps for pumping sea water and discharging brine into bays along the uninhabited coast of Crimea with the accumulation of fresh water in reservoirs