Optimization of Cu (II) and Cr (VI) Removal Efficiency using ANNs and RSM


  • Pamila R
  • Padmaja Megham
  • Vasanthi Padmanabhan


The normal water great issues emerge from overwhelming metals in squander water emerging from the contemporary wearing activities. This studies come to be proposed to dispense with massive metals, for example, chromium and copper from fluid preparations through manner of adsorption utilising savvy and eco agreeable substances (nine). The expulsion effectiveness of Cu (II) and Cr(VI) in a twofold affiliation from squander water making use of Pumpkin strips has been examined. Studies had been led making use of bunch learns at pH 6 and room temperature regarding contact time and adsorbent element. The adsorption information have been suited for various ANNs models FFBP, GR, Cascade and Elman simply as to reaction surface version for the paired association. FFBP become the first-rate model (R2=zero.99) for chromium and for RSM with R2 values for Cu (II) 0.Ninety six, Cr (VI) 0.Ninety eight personally. Increment in adsorption portion became seen inside the adsorption concerning the trial paintings signified thus surface version (RSM). The results examined that Pumpkin strips maintain splendid capability ultimately of metallic particles from contemporary effluents.