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Publications 2015

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



Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation 87th Annual Technical Exhibition & Conference, Chicago, Illinois, USA, September 26 to 30, 2015

  1. REAL TIME PROCESS CONTROL ALGORITHMS COMBINING PROCESS MODELING AND INSTRUMENTATION
    Katya Bilyk, Joe Rohrbacher, Paul Pitt, and David Wankmuller
  2. FINAL CLARIFIER PERFORMANCE EVALUATION AND CAPACITY ASSESSMENT AT THE CITY OF ATLANTA’S SOUTH RIVER WATER RECLAMATION CENTER
    Ann J. Macrina, John Waddington, Tony Richardson, Larry McNeil, Randy Booker, Kent Hartzog, Annie Blissit, Tim O’Brien,
 Bikram Sabherwal, Jim Fitzpatrick
  3. OPERATION AND PROCESS ANALYSIS OF FAECAL SLUDGE ANAEROBIC FERMENTATION AND DIGESTION IN GHANA
    Justin Shih, Edris Taher, Ato Fanyin-Martin, Kartik Chandran
  4. IS NITRITE-SHUNT HAPPENING IN THE SYSTEM? ARE NOB REPRESSED?
    Peter Dold, Weiwei Du, Gillian Burger, Jose Jimenez
  5. THE BATTLE OF “THE BULGE”; TRACKING THE NYC NITROGEN PROGRAM OVER 11 YEARS
    James G. Mueller, Keith P. Mahoney, M. Laura Grieco, Paul A. Pitt, Robert D. Smith, Sarah D. Galst, Vera C. Gouchev
  6. IMPACT OF LIMITED ORGANIC CARBON ADDITION ON NITROGEN REMOVAL IN A MAINSTREAM POLISHING ANAMMOX MOVING BED BIOFILM REACTOR
    Johnnie Godwin, Mark W. Miller, Stephanie Klaus, Pusker Regmi, Bernhard Wett, Sudhir Murthy, Charles B. Bott
  7. REDEFINING MBR NUTRIENT REMOVAL FOR DRINKING WATER EQUIVALENT REUSE IN A LARGE POTATO INDUSTRY
    Al Goodman, Joel Rife
  8. ANAMMOX POLISHING IN MAINSTREAM WASTEWATER TREATMENT TO MEET STRINGENT AMMONIA AND TOTAL NITROGEN LIMITS
    Rebecca (Becky) Holgate, Pusker Regmi, Mark W. Miller, Charles B. Bott
  9. LOW ENERGY AND NO EXTERNAL CARBON NITROGEN REMOVAL USING OPTIMIZED PROCESS CONTROL STRATEGIES
    Dwight Houweling, Tim Constantine, Julian Sandino, Kartik Chandran, Carsten Steen, Søren Eriksen, Lise Havsteen, Nerea Uri, Per Henrik Nielsen
  10. NITROGEN, PHOSPHORUS, AND INDUSTRY – A MATCH MADE IN HEAVEN
    Gary Hunter, David Bunch, Tom Ratzki, Don Miller, Tim Kluge, Kent Newton
  11. MODEL-BASED EVALUATION FOR THE UPGRADE OF AN INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT TO ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL (EBPR)
    Güçlü Insel, Özlem Ketenci, Gülsüm E. Zengin, Emine U. Cokgor, Peter L. Dold
  12. SOLIDS RETENTION TIME AS A CONTROL PARAMETER FOR ORGANIC NITROGEN
    Halis Simseka, Murthy Kasib, Jae-Bom Ohmc, Sudhir Murthy, Eakalak Khan
  13. OPTIMIZING ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL IN OXIDATION DITCHES
    Alyssa Mayer, Dan Miklos, Joe Rohrbacher, Katya Bilyk, Sarah Galst
  14. ALTERNATIVE PROJECT DELIVERY AND UNIQUE DESIGN YIELDS MAJOR WRRF COST SAVINGS: THE STRASBURG, VA EXPERIENCE
    Jeffery McBride, Jay McKinley, Andrew Casolini
  15. EXPANDING THE TOOLBOX – OPERATIONAL STRATEGIES FOR OPTIMIZING THE A2/O PROCESS AT UPPER BLACKSTONE TO PUSH THE LIMIT OF TECHNOLOGY
    Maureen Neville, David Wagoner, Alexandra Doody, Karla Sangrey
  16. BETTER SERVING THE COMMUNITY THROUGH PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS
    Billy Nichols, Tim Leach
  17. ANTICIPATING THE IMPACT OF MAINSTREAM DEAMMONIFICATION THROUGH ADVANCED PROCESS SIMULATION
    Per Henrik Nielsen, Dwight Houweling, Tim Constantine, Julian Sandino, Kartik Chandran, Hongkeun Park, Zheqin Li, Carsten Steen, Søren Eriksen, Lise Havsteen, Nerea Uri
  18. COST-EFFECTIVE AERATION SYSTEM DESIGN FOR A BNR UPGRADE IN NEW YORK CITY
    Natalia Perez, Alexander Lopez, Caitlin Hunt, George Bloom
  19. TROUBLESHOOTING ACTIVATED SLUDGE PERFORMANCE THROUGH MICROSCOPIC OBSERVATIONS: FIVE CASE STUDIES
    Paul Pitt, Sarah Galst, Mike Lynch, Bryan Atieh, Alonso Griborio
  20. USE OF PEAK FLOW MODELING AND STRESS TESTING TO MINIMIZE CSO CONTROL COSTS AT THE GARY SANITARY DISTRICT
    Andy Miller, Dan Vicari, Rhonda Anderson, Bob Theodorou, Drew Thompson, Joel Rife, Siping Zhou
  21. MODELING PROCESS CONTROL STRATEGIES FOR SIMULTANEOUS NITRIFICATION DENITRIFICATION IN AN OXIDATION DITCH
    Leslie Knapp, Ann Sager, Gita Iranipour, Sarina Ergas
  22. TREATMENT OF HIGH-STRENGTH INDUSTRIAL SOLVENT WASTE
    Emil Schultz, Brad Carter, Ralph Schultz
  23. IMPLEMENTATION OF AMMONIA-BASED AERATION CONTROL (ABAC) AT FULL-SCALE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS
    Kshitiz Uprety, William Balzer, Rick Baumler, Ryan Duke, Charles Bott
  24. OPTIMIZING NASHVILLE’S CENTRAL WWTP: INCREASING CAPACITY AND IMPROVING RELIABILITY, OPERABILITY, AND MAINTAINABILITY
    Douglas P. Yarosz, Jr., Ron C. Taylor

Modeling of the carbon footprint from Enköping wastewater treatment plant – the significance of the process technique when discharge limits are tightened
Hanna Särnefält