Peter Budai

Peter Budai
Dynamita SARL

PhD
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Introduction
Working on bringing water treatment process modeling to the next level as part of the inspirative and committed Dynamita Team. Check out the latest edition of SUMO at: http://www.dynamita.com/
Additional affiliations
January 2012 - June 2020
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
September 2000 - January 2006
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Field of study
  • Environmental Engineering

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Publications (8)
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This paper estimates the traffic-related heavy metal emissions and rainfall–runoff loads in Hungary for 2008 using the results of two rainfall–runoff sampling programs. Based on the metal concentrations found in runoff samples, distinct Cu/Zn ratios are identified for urban and motorway traffic. The former being higher than the latter reflects the...
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One and a half year long field sampling was established in order to evaluate the contamination of storm water runoff. The event means (EMC) total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) concentration of the runoff was a function of the actual traffic intensity and the rainfall depth. It was concluded that this TPH, of which dominant component is the engine-oi...
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Conventional methods of road runoff sampling come with various difficulties. Hence, a novel experimental method was tested in and around Budapest, using a passenger car to collect wheel splash samples. Total concentrations of selected heavy metals were compared to the results of an earlier conventional runoff sampling program for verification. Desp...
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This paper presents the results of a field campaign that was aimed to assess the total amount and the spatial variation in the cross-sectional surface loads of four selected heavy metals (Zn, Cu, Pb and Sb) at three different locations of a downtown street at Budapest, Hungary. The distribution of surface loads were found to be determined by their...
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Implementation of an extensive urban runoff monitoring program, targeting the quantification of heavy metal and organic micropollutant loads, necessitated the development of an autonomous water sampler. The design requirements for the device were to fulfill flow-proportional continuous composite sampling of urban runoff events in a widely customiza...
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Treatment of road runoff is a requisite for any environmentally sound infrastructure design. However, investment and maintenance budget is often a limiting factor during the planning and the operation phase of such projects. In order to cost-efficiently decrease the loads of a wide range of contaminants that are usually present in road runoff (posi...
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This paper introduces results of approximately one year of measurements to characterize highway runoff in Hungary. Passive runoff sampling was implemented at two locations. One site was operating continuously, the other intermittently. Samplers were designed to collect a set of subsequent samples during runoff events. Using meteorological data, the...
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About a quarter of the total nutrient loading of Lake Balaton (Hungary) originates from urban diffuse sources, mostly from direct shoreline watersheds. This load cannot be measured directly. Sampling of urban runoff can help improving load estimations. The dynamic processes characterizing the accumulation and washoff of contaminants suggest that ra...

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