Modelling Aspects of Wastewater Treatment Processes

@inproceedings{Jeppsson1996ModellingAO,
  title={Modelling Aspects of Wastewater Treatment Processes},
  author={Ulf Jeppsson},
  year={1996}
}
Wastewater treatment processes are inherently dynamic because of the large variations in the influent wastewater flow rate, concentration and composition. Moreover, these variations are to a large extent not possible to control. The adaptive behaviour of the involved microorganisms imposes further difficulties in terms of time-varying process parameters. Mathematical models and computer simulations are essential to describe, predict and control the complicated interactions of the processes. The… CONTINUE READING
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