Publications 2005

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



Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation 78th Annual Technical Exhibition & Conference, Washington, DC, USA, October 29 – November 2, 2005.


  1. DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A WHOLE PLANT SIMULATOR OF THE F. WAYNE HILL WATER RESOURCES CENTER FOR PROCESS OPTIMIZATION
    Ron Latimer, Paul A. Pitt, Tyler Richards, Holly Elmendorf, Richard Porter
  2. BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL PROCESS ENHANCEMENT ANALYSIS OF THE MARSHALL STREET ADVANCED POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITY, CLEARWATER, FLORIDA
    Thomas W. Friedrich, James K. McLellan, Timur Deniz, and John Milligan
  3. THE IMPORTANCE OF MODELING METAL UPTAKE AND RELEASE IN THE EBPR PROCESSES
    A. Z. Gu, I. Takács, M. Benisch, H.D. Stensel and J.B. Neethling
  4. HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS OF ACTIVATED SLUDGE AERATION TANKS
    R. W. Samstag, B. Narayanan, J. Hagstrom, T. G. Bridges, A. Bahl
  5. USE OF BIOWIN AS A TOOL FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT CAPACITY EVALUATION
    Li Lei, Robert McCandless, Qun He, Peter Olszewski, Jim Coughenour
  6. EVALUATION OF POWER SAVINGS THROUGH AERATION CONTROL AT AUCKLAND’S MANGERE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
    Ken Brischke, Shane Morgan, Peter Dold, Chris Bye, Colin Newbery
  7. ENHANCED BNR WITH MBR – A UNIQUE COMBINATION
    D. Phagoo, D. Fry, J. Machisko, and J. Penny
  8. ACTIFLO®: A YEAR’S WORTH OF OPERATING EXPERIENCE FROM THE LARGEST SSO SYSTEM IN THE US
    John Keller, Ed A. Kobylinski, Gary L. Hunter, James D. Fitzpatrick,
  9. SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS IN LARGE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS IN LATIN AMERICA
    Daniel A. Nolasco
  10. FINAL CLARIFIER FAILURE MECHANISM NOT PREDICTED BY STANDARD STRESS TESTING PROTOCOLS
    R. Fergen, P. Pitt, A. van Niekerk, H. Fallon and S. Kronheim
  11. SIMULATION APPLICATIONS MADE POSSIBLE BY pH MODELING
    Richard M. Jones, Peter L. Dold
  12. IN THE ABSENCE OF THE BLENDING POLICY: A NOVEL HIGH RATE BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT PROCESS
    Jose A. Jimenez, Denny S. Parker, John R. Bratby, Peter F. Schuler, Kevin V. Campanella, Steven D. Freedman
  13. ALTERNATIVES FOR TREATING HIGH NITROGEN LIQUOR FROM ADVANCED ANAEROBIC DIGESTION AT THE BLUE PLAINS AWTP
    Tim A. Constantine, Sudhir Murthy, Walt Bailey, Len Benson, Tom Sadick, Glen Daigger
  14. CARBON MANAGEMENT AT THE NEW READING WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
    Ian Cranshaw, David Foster, Patrick Coleman and James Barnard
  15. LESS THAN 0.2 mgP/L AND 3 mgN/L – MEETING THESE NEW LIMITS WHILE STILL USING EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE AT OWASA’S MASON FARM WWTP
    J. Bratby, P. Schuler, J. Willis, W. Gottschalk, D. Redmon, D. Parker
  16. OPTIMIZATION OF NITRIFICATION / DENITRIFICATION PROCESS PERFORMANCE AND RELIABILITY AT THE BLUE PLAINS ADVANCED WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
    Janice Ruhl Carroll, Paul Pitt, Andre van Niekerk, Allen Sehloff, Walter Bailey, Sudhir Murthy, Salil Kharkar, Aklile Tesfaye
  17. DESIGN OF A BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL FACILITY A CASE STUDY – UPPER MILL CREEK REGIONAL WATER RECLAMATION FACILITY, BUTLER COUNTY, OHIO
    Michael T. Short, Michael J. Foley, David Wilson, Mark Withers
  18. USING ALTERNATIVE PARAMETERS TO PREDICT SUCCESS FOR PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL IN WWTP’S
    James Barnard, Andrew Shaw, Dennis Lindeke
  19. THE IMPORTANCE OF QUANTIFYING GAS PHASE COMPOSITION IN DETERMINING AERATION SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS.
    Mark Fairlamb, Richard Jones
  20. UNIFIED COMPUTATIONAL MODEL FOR ACTIVATED SLUDGE, IFAS AND MBBR SYSTEMS
    Dipankar Sen, Clifford W. Randall
  21. EXAMINING THE BIOAVAILABILITY OF CHEMICALLY REMOVED PHOSPHORUS AT THE BLUE PLAINS ADVANCED WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
    S. Murthy, I. Takacs, P. Dold, A. Al-Omari
  22. BATCH TEST METHOD FOR MEASURING METHANOL UTILIZER MAXIMUM SPECIFIC GROWTH RATE
    Peter Dold, Sudhir Murthy, Imre Takacs, Chris Bye