Water Resource Recovery Modelling

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Publication Date: 15/01/2021

Pages: 100

Binding: Paperback

ISBN13: 9781789062403

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As our infrastructure transitions from wastewater treatment to resource recovery, so must our models evolve to address the needs this transition brings. Nutrient recovery, energy production or neutrality, biomass specialization for new conversion pathways, green-house gas mitigation and more stringent effluent limits for water reclamation are driving new model development efforts and increasingly sophisticated applications of modelling. These new needs enlarge the range of biological, physical and chemical mechanisms that we need to consider in our models. Exchanging and capitalizing on this knowledge are key challenges for modellers that will bring benefits to design, operation, teaching and research.

These nine chapters were selected for this book as they contribute to various aspects of the field of modelling water resource recovery facilities (WRRFs). This includes a review on the outlook and challenges of WRRF modelling; plant-wide aspects of modelling; modelling biofilms for MBBRs; biological nutrient removal systems; process controls; compartmental modelling and thermal hydrolysis processes.

In Focus – a book series that showcases the latest accomplishments in water research. Each book focuses on a specialist area with papers from top experts in the field. It aims to be a vehicle for in-depth understanding and inspire further conversations in the sector.

The future of WRRF modelling – outlook and challenges
Pusker Regmi, Heather Stewart, Youri Amerlinck, Magnus Arnell, Pau Juan García, Bruce Johnson, Thomas Maere, Ivan Miletić, Mark Miller, Leiv Rieger, Randall Samstag, Domenico Santoro, Oliver Schraa, Spencer Snowling, Imre Takács, Elena Torfs, Mark C. M. van Loosdrecht, Peter A. Vanrolleghem, Kris Villez, Eveline I. P. Volcke, Stefan Weijers, Paloma Grau, José Jimenex, Diego Rosso

Colloids, flocculation and carbon capture – a comprehensive plant-wide model

Hélène Hauduc, Ahmed Al-Omari, Bernhard Wett, Jose Jimene, Haydee De Clippelier, Arifur Rahman, Tanush Wadhawan, Imre Takács


Incorporating sulfur reactions and interactions with iron and phosphorus into a general plant-wide model

Hélène Hauduc, Tanush Wadhawan, Bruce Johnson, Charles Bott, Matthew Ward, Imre  Takács


Presentation and evaluation of the zero-dimensional biofilm model 0DBFM
Mario Plattes

Modeling quaternary ammonium compound inhibition of biological nutrient removal activated sludge

Daniela Conidi, Mehran Andalib, Christopher Andres, Christopher Bye, Art Umble, Peter Dold

Towards model predictive control: online predictions of ammonium and nitrate removal by using a stochastic ASM

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Ammonia-based aeration control with optimal SRT control: improved performance and lower energy consumption
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Tanks in series versus compartmental model configuration: considering hydrodynamics helps in parameter estimation for an N2O model

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