EnviroSim offers training courses on our entire software suite , as well as software independent courses covering general aspects of modeling, model calibration and wastewater processing.
All EnviroSim courses draw on our extensive process engineering knowledge to make the material realistic and relevant to your actual process issues. We strive to transfer new technology and research results to the wastewater treatment community to support efficient plant design and operation practices. For more information on the courses we currently offer, follow the links below. We can also customize a course for your specific needs. Please contact us for more information.
EnviroSim offers training courses on our entire software suite, as well as software independent courses covering general aspects of modeling, model calibration and wastewater processing.
- APRIL/MAY 2017 – BioWin Training Abu Dhabi
- MAY 2017 : BioWin Training in Milan, Italy
- MARCH 2017 : BioWin Training in Hamilton
- NOVEMBER 2016 – BioWin Training in Adelaide, Australia
- NOVEMBER 2016 : BioWin Training in Hamilton, Ontario
Introductory BioWin training is an efficient way to get new users up to speed through an intensive training course which covers BioWin as well as touches on various process engineering aspects.
The advanced BioWin course is designed to cover a range of topics on application of BioWin. Designed for "experienced" BioWin users, the primary objectives are to provide information on certain model details, and to cover a range of example applications of BioWin.
BW Controller enables evaluation of improvements in online measurement technology, and development of more sophisticated control strategies. This course covers how to use BW Controller for various control strategies through hands-on examples.
The most sensitive process in model-based activated sludge process design and optimization is calibration. EnviroSim has conducted extensive research on this issue. Based on this research, this course presents a structured approach and a fundamental basis for a properly conducted simulation study.
Design of MBR-based systems must account for a number of factors, including differences in mixed liquor concentration between reactors due to recycle flows, changing concentrations under diurnal flows, and the impact of recycle arrangements on solids distribution and concentrations. This course, designed for BioWin users with some modeling experience, covers topics related specifically to the modeling and analysis of MBR systems.
SBRs are complex systems, and dynamic process modeling is key to understanding their behaviour and optimizing their performance. This course, designed for BioWin users with some modeling experience, covers a number of topics related specifically to the modeling and analysis of SBR systems.