Publications 1996

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



Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation 69th Annual Conference & Exposition, Dallas, Texas, USA, October 5-9, 1996.


  1.  J. Wahlberg, J.P. Crowley, J. Bower, M. Bittner, Z. Margolis. WHY THE ACTIVATED SLUDGE PROCESS IS SO HARD TO OPERATE: MODELING BRINGS NEW LIGHT TO OPERATIONS.
  2. W. Wilson, J.N. Harvey, P.L. Dold, T. Marstaller, M. Schuster. USE OF A PROCESS SIMULATOR TO ASSIST WITH START-UP OF A PULP AND PAPER MILL WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM.
  3. J. Tetreault, K.R. Wilson, P.L. Dold, H. Finlay, D.S. Parker. EVALUATION OF CRITICAL ACTIVATED SLUDGE PARAMETERS FOR DYNAMIC PROCESS MODELS.

Other

  1. W. Wilson. Step feed control in the activated sludge process. CONFERENCE WORKSHOP–AUTOMATED PROCESS CONTROL STRATEGIES FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT at the Water Environment Federation Specialty Conference on Computer Technologies for the Competitive Utility, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, June 15-18, 1997 (also a CONFERENCE WORKSHOP–AUTOMATED PROCESS CONTROL STRATEGIES FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT at the 69th Annual Conference of the Water Environment Federation, Dallas, Texas, USA, October 5-9, 1996).
  2. W. Wilson, T. Marstaller. CASE STUDY: USING A SIMULATOR FOR UPGRADING THE METRO WWTP SERVING MINNEAPOLIS / ST. PAUL. Presented at the Water Environment Association of Ontario Technical Symposium & OPCEA Exhibition, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May, 1996.