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JUNE 2016 - BioWin Training in Hamilton, Ontario

EnviroSim has scheduled 5 days of BioWin Training in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada for June 20-24, 2016.

SETTING UP WHOLE PLANT MODELS : US$725
This 2-day course is an efficient way to get new users up to speed.

  • Building a Basic BNR model
    • Key concepts in modeling
    • Factors that impact BNR
    • SRT and sludge mass distribution
    • Charting model results
  • Wastewater Characterization
    • COD and TKN fractionation
  • Dynamic BNR Modeling
    • Dynamic data input (eg. diurnal influent loading)
    • Dynamic model performance and analysis
    • Time-series charts and dynamic results output
  • Modeling Diffused Aeration Systems
    • Air flow requirements
    • Impact of diffuser density, tank depth and operating conditions
    • SOTE plots
  • Secondary Clarifiers
    • Settler modeling
    • Sludge settleability measures
    • State point analysis and solids profiles
  • Solids Treatment
    • Sludge thickening
    • Anaerobic digestion
    • Impact of return streams

ENERGY + OPEX : US$475
A one-day course exploring energy + operating expenses.

  • BioWin 5.0 enables users to capture a plant-wide inventory of power demand. For example, BioWin will calculate blower power requirements, taking into account factors such as inlet air temperature and relative humidity, pressure losses in the air delivery system, etc. Pumping power may also be tracked, accounting for detailed factors such as pipe material and diameter for dynamic head losses. Miscellaneous mechanical power for various treatment flowsheet elements also may be tracked.
  • To complement this new functionality, BioWin also includes the facility to easily implement up to three different electricity tariff rates over the day, and these patterns can be different across two “seasons” (e.g. summer and winter). With the additional ability to explore onsite power generation and heat recovery via CHP, tracking of other costs including consumables (e.g. methanol and metal salts) and sludge disposal, BioWin 5.0 has expanded capability as a plant management tool.

ADVANCED BIOWIN TRAINING : US$825
The advanced BioWin course is designed to cover a range of topics on application of BioWin. The assumption is that the majority of attendees are “experienced” BioWin users. The primary objectives are to provide information on certain model details, and to cover a range of example applications of BioWin.

The case studies and discussions may cover some of the following topics:

  • New BioWin Features
  • pH Modeling
  • pH model approach in BioWin
  • Modeling when pH is critical
  • Process Control Simulation
  • Simulation of on/off, high/low, ratio, P, PI, PID control
  • Aeration control simulation
  • Methanol Addition
  • Methanol-utilizing biomass modeling
  • Calculation of methanol requirements
  • Aeration Systems
  • Fine versus coarse bubble performance
  • Gas phase modeling and off-gas concentration analysis
  • Membrane Bioreactors
  • Nutrient removal MBRs
  • Impact of chemical dosing and return liquors
  • Biofilm Modeling
  • Biofilm model approach in BioWin
  • Modeling an IFAS system
  • Anaerobic Digestion
  • Gas production and stoichiometry
  • Hydrolysis rate impact on digestion of mixed primary and WAS
  • Primary sludge fermentation to improve bio-P removal
  • Struvite Precipitation
  • Struvite, HDP, HAP precipitation model
  • Chemical Phosphorus Precipitation
  • Chemical-P precipitation model approach in BioWin
  • Ferric addition example
  • Sidestream Treatment
  • Overview of sidestream processes (eg ANAMMOX, SHARON, etc) and modeling
  • Sidestream modeling case study
  • SBR Systems
  • SBR modules and operation
  • WERF wastewater characterization system
  • Oxidation Ditch Systems
  • Ditch recirculation rate
  • BNR in oxidation ditches
  • SND – simultaneous nitrification denitrification

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