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  • Journal title : Coupled systems mechanics
  • Volume 5, Issue 1,  2016, pp.21-39
  • Publisher : Techno-Press
  • DOI : 10.12989/csm.2016.5.1.021
 Title & Authors
Wastewater process modeling
Serdarevic, Amra; Dzubur, Alma;
 Abstract
Wastewater process models are the essential tools for understanding relevant aspects of wastewater treatment system. Wastewater process modeling provides more options for upgrades and better understanding of new plant design, as well as improvements of operational controls. The software packages (BioWin, GPS-X, Aqua designer, etc) solve a series of simulated equations simultaneously in order to propose several solutions for a specific facility. Research and implementation of wastewater process modeling in combination with computational fluid dynamics enable testing for improvements of flow characteristics for WWTP and at the same time exam biological, physical, and chemical characteristics of the flow. Application of WWTP models requires broad knowledge of the process and expertise in modeling. Therefore, an efficient and good modeling practice requires both experience and set of proper guidelines as a background.
 Keywords
wastewater treatment plant;modeling;activated sludge process;simulation;
 Language
English
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