Neil Bertram

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In the end of the year 1999 a new concept for Hamburg's wastewater treatment plants was commissioned to cope with the additional load of 250,000 PE which has been connected to the existing plant serving 1.85 million population equivalents. The new concept consists of an additional tank for the storage of sludge liquor to avoid peak nitrogen concentrations(More)
Researching the ethical dimensions of mobile, ubiquitous and immersive technology enhanced learning (MUITEL): a thematic review and dialogue Vic Lally a , Mike Sharples b , Frances Tracy c , Neil Bertram d & Sherriden Masters e a School of Education , University of Glasgow , St Andrews Building, 11 Eldon Street, Glasgow , G3 6NH , UK b School of Education ,(More)
Hamburg is a growing metropolitan city. The increase in sealed surfaces of about 0.36% per year and the subsequent increased runoff impacts on the city's wastewater infrastructure. Further potential risks to the drainage infrastructure arise also from effects of climate change, e.g. increased intensity and frequency of heavy rainfalls. These challenges were(More)
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