Una revisión sistemática del monitoreo de Aguas Residuales y sus aplicaciones en sistemas de drenaje urbano

Palabras clave: Aguas residuales, Factor máximo de pico, Monitoreo, Sistema de drenaje urbano

Resumen

Los sistemas de drenaje urbano juegan un papel importante en la planeación y el desarrollo de las ciudades, siendo primordial conocer el funcionamiento del flujo de aguas residuales, sus características fisicoquímicas y las relaciones existentes entre los caudales máximos y medios de cada sistema. Este artículo proporciona una revisión del monitoreo de aguas residuales y sus aplicaciones, la cual se realizó a través de la consulta de bases de datos especializadas y otras fuentes documentales de revistas científicas de acceso abierto en diversos países. Se estableció una estrategia de búsqueda en torno a 3 ejes temáticos que fueron: monitoreo de aguas residuales, obtención de parámetros propios de cada sistema y la gestión de redes. Se revisaron 69 referencias que permitieron identificar cuáles son los países que más investigan sobre el tema y cuales han sido las metodologías empleadas en cada caso de estudio. En conclusión, se sugiere como tema de investigación implementar sistemas de instrumentación, monitoreo y control, que permitan un adecuado y permanente control de los sistemas de drenaje en Colombia debido al poco número de número de investigaciones desarrolladas en el país.

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Cómo citar
Bonilla Granados, C. A., Barrera Triviño, J. C., & Cifuentes Ospina, G. (2019). Una revisión sistemática del monitoreo de Aguas Residuales y sus aplicaciones en sistemas de drenaje urbano. Respuestas, 24(3), 54-64. https://doi.org/10.22463/0122820X.1836

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Publicado
2019-09-01
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Artículos de Investigación