Using Modeling to Improve Industrial Wastewater Treatment
Predicting the performance of industrial treatment systems without empirical data can be challenging. Modeling is a tool that can be used for assessing treatment performance when there is little to no performance data available. This session will provide attendees two examples of how models can be developed and applied to industrial wastewater treatment to predict treatment performance and aid in engineering design.
At the end of this session, attendees will be able to (1) describe a model for predicting sulfide inhibition during biological treatment of acid mine drainage, (2) explain the importance of model calibration for predicting treatment performance, and (3) express how process modeling can facilitate industrial wastewater treatment.
Use of Modeling to Maintain Performance During Plant Turnaround at an Industrial Wastewater Treatment Facility
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Process Modeling of Pulp and Paper Wastewater Treatment Ponds
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Traditional Technical Session