OPTIMIZATION OF A DISTANCE BETWEEN WELLS OF LANDFILL GAS COLLECTION SYSTEM
The principle of optimization of a distance between wells which is based on the maximum efficiency of landfill gas collection system and the flow rate in the well is offered. With the use of this principle, the values of the optimal distance between wells are determined and analyzed.
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