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Comprehensive Evaluation of Oil Sorbent Based on AHP Method

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Sustainable Development of Water and Environment (ICSDWE 2019)

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In order to make a comprehensive assessment of adsorption performance for oil sorbent , a three-level indicator system is set up, which consists of three second class indicators, namely static adsorption property, spot operation property, energy saving and environment protection property and nine third class indicators like oil absorption rate, water absorption rate, oil-holding rate and so on. According to the five class evaluation principle, the score comparison table, can be derived based on the test results of oil sorbent . Weights for indexes at every level are calculated with analytic hierarchy process . Through the above-mentioned evaluation methods, eight alternative oil sorbents are sorted, which offers scientific decision-making basis for enterprise enterprise.

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Luan, G., Chu, S., Li, X., Ma, G. (2019). Comprehensive Evaluation of Oil Sorbent Based on AHP Method. In: Sun, R., Fei, L. (eds) Sustainable Development of Water and Environment. ICSDWE 2019. Environmental Science and Engineering(). Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-16729-5_12

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