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The applicability of the one-dimensional idealized flux theory (1DFT) for the design of secondary settling tanks (SSTs) is evaluated by comparing its predicted maximum surface overflow (SOR) and solids loading (SLR) rates with that calculated with the two-dimensional computational fluid dynamics model SettlerCAD using as a basis 35 full-scale SST stress… (More)

Classic shortest path algorithms operate on graphs, which are suitable for problems that can be represented by weighted nodes or edges. Finding a shortest path through a set of weighted regions is more difficult and only approximate solutions tend to scale well. The Field D* algorithm efficiently calculates an approximate, interpolated shortest path through… (More)

- Simon Perkins, Patrick Marais, James Gain, Mark Berman, S Perkins, P Marais +2 others
- 2013

Classic shortest path algorithms operate on graphs, which are suitable for problems that can be represented by weighted nodes or edges. Finding a shortest path through a set of weighted regions is more difficult and only approximate solutions tend to scale well. The Field D* algorithm efficiently calculates an approximate, interpolated shortest path through… (More)

The applicability of the 1D idealized flux theory (1DFT) for design of secondary settling tanks (SSTs) is evaluated by comparing its predicted maximum surface overflow (SOR) and solids loading (SLR) rates with that calculated from the 2D hydrodynamic model SettlerCAD using as a basis 35 full scale SST stress tests conducted on different SSTs with diameters… (More)

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