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Publications 2009

BioWin is used and referenced in papers throughout the industry.  A sample of papers is provided below.



Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation 82ND Annual Technical Exhibition & Conference, Orlando, FL, USA, October 10-14, 2009.


  1. BIOWIN MODELING OF A THREE REACTOR IFAS SYSTEM
    Mike McGehee, Jamie Gellner, Jason Beck, Chris White, Theresa Bruton, Don Howard
  2. ACCURATELY MODELING THE EFFECT OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN ON NITRIFICATION
    John Bratby, Denny Parker
  3. DEVELOPMENT OF A DYNAMIC WHOLE-PLANT MODEL USING THE IWA GOOD MODELING PRACTICE UNIFIED PROTOCOL TO INVESTIGATE PLANT UPGRADE OPTIONS
    Ladan Holakoo, Andrew Shaw, Evert Joubert, Katie Third, Brace Boyden
  4. GREENHOUSE GAS AND ENERGY SAVINGS FROM INTEGRATION OF CENTRATE AMMONIA REDUCTION WITH BNR OPERATION: SIMULATION OF A NEW YORK CITY WPCP
    Morton Orentlicher, Helen Ginzburg,Gary Grey
  5. THE IMPACT OF DEGREE OF RECYCLE ON THE NITRIFIER GROWTH RATE
    Jose A. Jimenez, Henryk Melcer, Denny S. Parker, John R. Bratby
  6. CITY OF TALLAHASSEE’S T.P. SMITH WRF UPGRADE FROM SECONDARY LIMITS TO ENR NITROGEN LIMITS
    Ron J. Latimer, Paul A. Pitt, Alonso Griborio, Joe Cheatham, Sondra Lee, Darby Dressel
  7. A COMPREHENSIVE MODEL TO DRIVE DOWN COSTS IN DENVER
    Heather M. Phillips, John Kuosman, Andrew Shaw, Wendy Anderson, David Pier, Steve Rogowski
  8. TOWARDS A UNIFIED DESIGN APPROACH FOR MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS
    Timur Deniz, Dong-Uk Lee, Kyungnan Min, Steve Yeats, Dennis Livingston, Andrew Ball, Christopher Lewis, Kai Zhang
  9. USING SIMULATION TO PREDICT BULKING CAUSED BY DYNAMIC PROCESS LOADING
    Randal W. Samstag, Michelle Evans, Larry A. Bateman, Brian R. Matson
  10. INNOVATIVE PHOSPHORUS CONTROL TO TURN STRUVITE HEADACHES INTO INCREASED REVENUE
    Peter Schauer, Rob Baur, James Barnard, Ahren Britton
  11. IFAS PILOT STUDY FOR COLD WEATHER NITROGEN REDUCTION
    Joseph Bushey, Heidi Rupp, Greg Roy, Brian Tautic
  12. UPGRADE OF A HIGH PURITY OXYGEN PLANT FOR IMPROVED ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND PROCESS CONTROL
    Randal W. Samstag, Michael K. Stenstrom, Larry A. Bateman
  13. HOW DOES IFAS AFFECT DISTRIBUTIONS OF AOB AND NOB COMMUNITIES? POPULATION MEASUREMENTS AND MODELING OF PILOT SCALE SYSTEMS
    Hyun-su Kim, Ruoting Pei, Joshua P. Boltz, Claudia Gunsch, James Gellner, Bob Freudenberg, Robert Dodson, Andrew J. Schuler
  14. SIMULATION OF THERMAL HYDROLYSIS AT THE BLUE PLAINS AWT: A NEW TOOLKIT DEVELOPED FOR FULL-PLANT PROCESS DESIGN
    B. Wett, S.N. Murthy, I. Takács, C.A. Wilson, J.T. Novak, K. Panter, W. Bailey
  15. RESULTS FROM A FULL SCALE UFAT VFA GENERATION CAPACITY STUDY
    Mario Benisch, Rob Baur, JB Neethling, Anna Zaklikowski
  16. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY TO MEET LIMIT OF TECHNOLOGY EFFLUENT LIMITS ON AN ACCELERATED PROJECT SCHEDULE
    Scott Phipps, Joe Husband
  17. WASTEWATER CHARACTERIZATION STUDY FOR NITROGEN REMOVAL IN MERCED, CALIFORNIA
    Akram Botrous, Jeff Hauser, Tiffany Knapp, Steve Beck, Humberto Molina
  18. IMPACT OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN AND ANOXIC DECAY ON THE LONGTERM OMODELING OF SIMULTANEOUS NITRIFICATION AND DENITRIFICATION (SNDN) IN A PILOT SCALE MBR
    M.Sarioglu, G. Insel, N.Artan, D.Orhon
  19. DESIGN AND OPERATION OF A FULL-SCALE SIDESTREAM BIOAUGMENTATION PLANT
    Simon Baker, Yoomin Lee, Doug Taniguchi, Nicholas Szoke, Allan Zaleski, Jan Oleszkiewicz
  20. USING IFAS TO MEET THE CHALLENGES OF SIGNIFICANT WET WEATHER FLOWS, LOW NITRIFIER GROWTH RATE AND HIGH RDON TO ACHIEVE BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL
    Saibal Basu, Nick Szoke, Bill Borlace, Jerry Comeau
  21. OPTIMIZATION OF SECONDARY CLARIFIERS IN BNR/ENR APPLICATIONS: FOUR CASES STUDIES COMPARING DIFFERENT CLARIFIER GEOMETRIES
    Alonso Griborio, Paul Pitt, Ronald Latimer, J.A. McCorquodale
  22. INTEGRATED SIMULATION OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT, SLUDGE PRE-TREATMENT AND ANAEROBIC DIGESTION
    Wayne Parker, Richard Jones, Imre Takacs, Henry Zhu, Sudhir Murthy