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A Case Study in Modeling Simulation of t t T t t P Wastewater Treatment Process 2009. 12. 2. Yong-Hak Kim KOLON Engineering & Construction / R&D Institute
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Contents 1. Needs of computing programs based on modeling 2. Introduction of BioWin 3. Simulations by Biowin (for a conventional activated sludge treatment process) 4. Last comments 5. Additional Results KOLON E&C CO.,LTD
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1. Needs of computing programs based on modeling 1.1. Advantages g Complexity and variety of wastewater treatment process : Advanced wastewater treatment for removing nitrogen and phosphorus hrough redictions y e xisting xperiences WTP annot e perated Through predictions by the existing experiences, WWTP cannot be operated optimally. A mathematical modeling based on kinetics and stoichiometry ▷ process simulation by computing programs ▷ prediction of effluent levels and optimized operation conditions KOLON E&C CO.,LTD
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1.2. History 1. Needs of computing programs based on modeling y Generation application scope program estimating capacity of WWTP based developing model using 1st (1985) on organics loadings of influent Monod-Type Model computing languages ; Basic & Fortran 2nd 995) IAWPRC : ASM Model (1987) Model for removing N & P GPS-X, Bio-Win, Stote → A commercial use of (1995) Secondary Clarifier Model general models pgraded ASM Model 3rd (2003) upgraded ASM Model (ex. dPAO reaction) evaluating economic feasibility program suitable for personal PC KOLON E&C CO.,LTD
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1.3. Procedure 1. Needs of computing programs based on modeling nalysis Analysis Influent Application Model Evaluation Process Assessment Toxicity kinetic factors => denitrification deriving optimal ondition Influent optimized peration of => nitrification => intake of P condition predictive operation Fraction operation of Bioreactors ◆ Methods for improving applicability of computing programs (1) the accuracy of pretest ; analysis of influent and characteristics of microorganisms ) a revision of simulated results based on measured data in plant KOLON E&C CO.,LTD (2) a revision of simulated results based on measured data in plant
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1.4. Effects 1. Needs of computing programs based on modeling 1 optimized operation in WWTP optimizing operational factors Leve l s ummer (e.g. SRT, air supply rate, sludge return rate) making the operation manure suitable for arious nvironmental onditions Efflent winter optimal conditions various environmental conditions Operation Conditions (SRT, HRT etc.) [ decision of optimal operation condition using modeling ] 2 predictive operation in WWTP fluent, xternal onditions f astewater eatment rocess re hanged equently influent, external conditions of wastewater treatment process are changed frequently. The process can be simulated directly for various conditions using computing program.
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