Mathematical Analysis on the Physiological Effects of Water Pollution
Sathisha A B,  Ashwini M Rao,  K S Basavarajappa
Mathematical modeling on water pollution with a reference to industrial effluents at various levels has been studied in this paper. The quantification of discharge parameters due to various pollutants and various time intervals is approximated using concentration rate equation with respect to the oxygen transfer at saturation level and concentration level. Study consists of the proposed compositions in the form of visible and invisible chemical and biological industrial discharges. Analytical formulations are established for concentration levels present in the effluents (C_(L-1),C_(L-2),C_(L-2)). Formulations are assumed to be simultaneous linear differential equations for three levels of concentrations of pollutants due to effluents. These differential equations are solved using numerical method to explore the details of three types of compositions of concentration of water pollutants. Results indicate the presence of levels of pollutants which are unsafe for vegetation, agricultural purpose and drinking water requirements. The physiological effects due to this unsafe usage will include causing cholera, hemolysis, impairment in the central nervous system, diarrhea, loose teeth sponge gums.
Keywords- water, oxygen, effluents, pollutants, industrial.
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Sathisha A B,  Ashwini M Rao,  K S Basavarajappa,   "Mathematical Analysis on the Physiological Effects of Water Pollution"
, International Journal of Engineering Development and Research (IJEDR), ISSN:2321-9939, Volume.8, Issue 3, pp.231-236, August 2020, Available at :http://www.ijedr.org/papers/IJEDR2003037.pdf