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Three types of wastewater were considered: typical municipal wastewater and the effluent of a dairy industry, both polluted with organic carbon and nitrogen, and wastewater typical of a chemical industry, containing toxic or recalcitrant compounds (4-chlorophenol). Sequencing batch reactors...
This paper presents the two models, called EM1 and EM2, obtained for the two process configurations considered within the EOLI project. It also gives results of software sensors based on these models to provide on-line estimates of unmeasured process variables, and for which the design has...
The main challenge in the management of a sequencing batch reactor, for the biological treatment of urban and industrial wastewaters, is to ensure stable treatment efficiency under highly variable influent quality and quantity. To cope with this challenge, online instrumentation is fundamental,...
This paper presents two optimal control strategies developed for the control of two biological sequencing batch reactors (SBR), the first one performing both organic carbon and nitrogen removal from dairy wastewaters, while the second one treats toxic wastewaters. The proposed control laws are...
Process fault diagnosis (PFD) allows a control system to maintain the operation of a process under the presence of faults. This is a critical feature for a discontinuous activated sludge waste water treatment (WWT) process in a sequencing batch reactor (SBR), treating waste water contaminated...
This paper presents (i) a synthesis of the EOLI supervision system for optimizing both the biological reaction phases and the settling phase of Sequencing Batch Reactors (SBR) performing carbon and nitrogen removal from urban or industrial wastewaters; (ii) a summary of the integration...
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