Ellina Grigorieva

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An activated sludge process (ASP) is a biochemical process employed for treating sewage and industrial waste-water, which uses microorganisms and air (or oxygen) to biologically oxidize organic pollutants, producing a waste sludge (or floc) containing the oxidized material. The optimal operation of the biological treatment processes is a challenging task(More)
A SEIR control model describing the Ebola epidemic in a population of a constant size is considered over a given time interval. It contains two intervention control functions reflecting efforts to protect susceptible individuals from infected and exposed individuals. For this model, the problem of minimizing the weighted sum of total fractions of infected(More)
In this paper, we study a three-dimensional nonlinear model of a controllable reaction [X]+[Y]+[Z]→[Z], where the reaction rate is given by a unspecified nonlinear function. A model of this type describes a variety of real-life processes in chemical kinetics and biology; in this paper our particular interests is in its application to waste water(More)
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