Model-based design of a software sensor for real-time diagnosis of the stability conditions in high-rate anaerobic reactors - Full-scale application to Internal Circulation technology.

@article{Irizar2018ModelbasedDO,
  title={Model-based design of a software sensor for real-time diagnosis of the stability conditions in high-rate anaerobic reactors - Full-scale application to Internal Circulation technology.},
  author={Ion Irizar and Enric Marti Roche and Sergio Vidal Beltr{\'a}n and Enrique Aymerich and Myriam Esteban-Guti{\'e}rrez},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2018},
  volume={143},
  pages={
          479-491
        }
}
Internal Circulation (IC) anaerobic systems are especially suitable when plant designs that involve both small footprints and high organic loading rates (>25 kg COD m-3 d-1) are required. However, given that operating anaerobic processes at high organic loads increases their vulnerability to external disturbances, real-time indicators of the stability conditions become particularly pertinent for IC reactors. This paper addresses the design and full-scale validation of a software sensor that… CONTINUE READING
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