Order No: W130002
Publisher: WEF Press
Wastewater Treatment Process Modeling, Second Edition provides expert guidance to ensure that process models are developed, used, and documented correctly. This authoritative guide helps process engineers understand general modeling concepts and terminology and offers practical details on how to use process models for the design of small, medium, and large water resource recovery facilities. The manual describes each step of the modeling process, from the fundamental math required and overviews of existing models and when to use them, to modeling protocols and how to interpret data.
• Presents an overview of existing models
• Discusses various modeling tools, including common simulators
• Reviews the math fundamentals required for modeling
• Covers modeling and simulation fundamentals, including mass-balance models and linking unit processes
• Describes numerous models in various process units, including suspended- and attached-growth, anaerobic digestion, and water chemistry
Published by WEFPress. Hard cover. 388 pages. 2013.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: A Brief History of Process Modeling
Chapter 2: Modeling Fundamentals
Chapter 3: Unit Process Model Descriptions
Chapter 4: Process Modeling Tools
Chapter 5: Protocols--Steps to Carry Out Modeling in a Systematic Way
Chapter 6: Defining Objectives
Chapter 7: Building a Plant Model
Chapter 8: Using Models for Design
Appendix A: Example Model Objective for Two Different Uses
This book was prepared by the Wastewater Treatment Process Modeling Task Force of the Water Environment Federation.
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