Abstract

Classifying water quality irregularities in reverse osmosis (RO) production plants requires suitable systems to provide intelligent warnings to the operators or supervisors who are engaged in executing corrective procedures applicable to production. The suggested deep learning methods are of utmost importance to identify at once variations in water quality irregularities in plants through competent classification methods, thereby enabling a reduction of burden for operators. In this paper, two types of LSTM-CNN based classification techniques are suggested to classify water quality features temporally into grades based on corrective actions that classify irregularity conditions of water quality on the basis of corrections. Distinct control methods are used for experiment to find water quality irregularities from variables, namely, pH, TDS, ORP, and EC, which aim to assist the production line. This proposed method enables automatic diagnosis and warning system about water quality in RO plants. For classification, LSTM-CNN was trained with data recorded from eight plants of west and north parts of Chennai region. This research is meant to demonstrate particularly the top-level classification job for quality alerts. The features obtained from 4,096 time series array data using LSTM-CNNs achieved sensitivity to 97% and accuracy to 98%.

Highlights

  • Technology for the nature is constantly moved forward to improve data collection of regular use. The best environmental observing systems that use the most advanced technologies. Near the beginning of a particular stage to point out and frequent checking are demanding task for water classification. In this paper to learn about classification of drinking water use of machine learning classifier.

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