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Titel artikel Tanks in series versus compartmental model configuration: considering hydrodynamics helps in parameter estimation for an N2O model
Auteur(s) Bellandi, G. ; De Mulder, C. ; Van Hoey, S. ; Rehman, U. ; Amerlinck, Y. ; Guo, L. ; Vanrolleghem, P.A. ; Weijers, S. ; Gori, R. ; Nopens, I.
Tijdschrifttitel Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research
Deel(Jaar)Nummer (2019)79.1
Paginering 73 - 83
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Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) The choice of the spatial submodel of a water resource recovery facility (WRRF) model should be one of the primary concerns in WRRF modelling. However, currently used mechanistic models are limited by an over-simplified representation of local conditions. This is illustrated by the general difficulties in calibrating the latest N2O models and the large variability in parameter values reported in the literature. The use of compartmental model (CM) developed on the basis of accurate hydrodynamic studies using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) can take into account local conditions and recirculation patterns in the activated sludge tanks that are important with respect to the modelling objective. The conventional tanks in series (TIS) configuration does not allow this. The aim of the present work is to compare the capabilities of two model layouts (CM and TIS) in defining a realistic domain of parameter values representing the same full-scale plant.
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