Integrated real-time control (RTC) concepts, which are trying to operate drainage systems and WWTPs depending on the current capacities of both systems, are becoming more and more important. While almost all publications in this field have been concentrating on continuous flow systems, this paper will present a project which has been initiated to realise an integrated RTC strategy for a Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) plant in simulation as well as in full-scale. The results of the simulation are that SBR plants can handle high hydraulic loads. The cost–benefit analysis shows that an integrated operation is reasonable concerning environmental and economic aspects. In order to verify the simulation results, full-scale operation has been started in January 2004. The first results seem to confirm the results of the simulation study.
Integrated real-time control for a sequencing batch reactor plant and a combined sewer system
J. Wiese, J. Simon, T.G. Schmitt; Integrated real-time control for a sequencing batch reactor plant and a combined sewer system. Water Sci Technol 1 September 2005; 52 (5): 179–186. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2005.0132
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