Research advances and challenges in one-dimensional modeling of secondary settling tanks--a critical review.

@article{Li2014ResearchAA,
  title={Research advances and challenges in one-dimensional modeling of secondary settling tanks--a critical review.},
  author={Ben Li and Michael K. Stenstrom},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2014},
  volume={65},
  pages={40-63}
}
Sedimentation is one of the most important processes that determine the performance of the activated sludge process (ASP), and secondary settling tanks (SSTs) have been frequently investigated with the mathematical models for design and operation optimization. Nevertheless their performance is often far from satisfactory. The starting point of this paper is a review of the development of settling theory, focusing on batch settling and the development of flux theory, since they played an… CONTINUE READING

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