In recent years numerical modelling became a standard procedure to optimise urban wastewater systems design and operation by integration. For dynamic control of the wastewater teatment plant (WWTP) inflow, a model-based predictive concept is introduced aiming at improving the receiving water quality. An on-line simulator running parallel to the real WWTP operation reflects the actual state of operation and provides this model information to a prognosis tool which determines the best option for the WWTP inflow. The investigations showed that it is possible to reduce the NH4-N peak concentrations in the receiving water by dynamic WWTP inflow control based on predictive scenario analysis.
Integrated operation of sewer system and WWTP by simulation-based control of the WWTP inflow
K. Seggelke, K.-H. Rosenwinkel, P. A. Vanrolleghem, P. Krebs; Integrated operation of sewer system and WWTP by simulation-based control of the WWTP inflow. Water Sci Technol 1 September 2005; 52 (5): 195–203. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2005.0134
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