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This manual provides a broad range of information to allow process engineers to understand general modeling concepts, terminology unique to computer modeling, and practical guidance and ideas on how to use process models for design of small, medium, and large wastewater treatment plants. These simulators can be used to develop mass-balance models of the plant, linking several unit processes together, and modeling their interactions. Modeling can enable both capital and operating cost savings through process optimization.
This manual includes information regarding suspended-growth models, clarifier models, anaerobic digestion models, water chemistry, and less developed models such as thickening and dewatering, filtration, and disinfection. Readers are urged to consult Design of Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants for detailed descriptions or the derivation of equations used. This manual is available in hardcopy or as an electronic document. Click here to order the electronic version.
Prepared by the Design of Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants (MOP 8) Task Force. Published by WEF. Soft cover. 120 pages. 2009.
- A Brief History of Process Modeling
- Modeling Fundamentals
- Unit Process Model Descriptions
- Process Modeling Tools
- Modeling Protocols
- Defining Objectives
- Building a Plant Model
- Using Models for Design
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