Publications 2014

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



Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation 86th Annual Technical Exhibition & Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, September 27 to October 1, 2014

  1. CHALLENGES IN STARTING UP AND OPERATING ATTACHED GROWTH DENITRIFYING PROCESS
    Dilli Neupane, Roger Silverio, Chuck Longerbeam, Sarah Motsch, Mike McGrath, John McGettigan, Patrick EuDaly, Louis Ortenzio, David Foster, Hong Zhao
  2. DETAILED SAMPLING FOR PROCESS MODELING: COMMON PITFALLS AND LESSONS LEARNED
    Alyssa Mayer, Christopher White, Will Martin, Ron Latimer, W. James Gellner
  3. DOING MORE WITH LESS: BNR UPGRADES DURING THE GREAT RECESSION
    Katya Bilyk, Brian Duane, Jeff Mahagan
  4. ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR REMOVAL OF CONTAMINANTS OF EMERGING CONCERN
    Sheikh M. Rahman, Matthew J. Eckelman, Annalisa Onnis-Hayden, April Z. Gu
  5. FUNDAMENTALS OF SLUDGE FERMENTATION FOR ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL
    James L Barnard, Ed Kobylinski
  6. FOG, NOT JUST FOR CO-DIGESTION: AN EVALUATION OF PRIMARY SLUDGE AND GREASE TRAP WASTE FERMENTATION FOR A NUTRIENT REMOVAL CARBON SOURCE
    Hunter Long , Ronald Latimer , Wendell Khunjar , Katya Bilyk, Charles Bott, Steven Chiesa, Bill Balzer, Jeff Nicholson, Jon DeArmond
  7. GO BEYOND CONVENTIONAL HYDRAULIC TOOLS FOR OPTIMIZED FLOW DISTRIBUTION IN YOUR WASTEWATER PLANT
    Sarah Galst, Paul Saurer, Paul Pitt, Xiaodong Tian, Juju Xia, Keith Mahoney
  8. MODELING CARBON DOSING STRATEGIES FOR BNR OPTIMIZATION IN NYC
    Michael Lynch, Sarah Galst, Irene Chu, Ronald Latimer, Paul Pitt, Melissa Motyl, Sue Liu, Matthew Osit
  9. MODELING GLYCEROL ACCLIMATED BIOMASS: USING BIOWIN ADD-ON TO MODEL THE NITRITE LOCK
    Robert Sharp, Sarah Galst, Dwight Houweling, Richard Jones, Weiwei Du, Allen Deur, Keith Beckmann
  10. NITRIFIER GROWTH RATE TESTING TO DETERMINE THE IMPACT OF CYANIDE ON NITRIFICATION
    Mallika Ramanathan; Michael Falk; Samantha Engelage; Nathan Yang; Michael Cunningham; JB Neethling
  11. OPTIMIZATION OF EXTERNAL SUGAR FERMENTATION AT THE ROCK CREEK ADVANCED WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY
    Anne Conklin, Peter Schauer, Jeff McCormick
  12. PILOT STUDY COMPARES MBBR AND SUSPENDED GROWTH BIOLOGICAL NITROGEN REMOVAL PERFORMANCE FOR UPGRADES AT THE HOPEWELL REGIONAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY
    Daniel Hingley, Erika Bailey, Jeanie Grandstaff, Harold Walker, Thomas Blackwell
  13. PILOTING A 40 LPM, ORGANICS-HARVESTING HYDRODYNAMIC SEPARATION PROCESS FOR REDUCING ENERGY NEEDS AND INCREASING ENERGY RECOVERY DURING WASTEWATER TREATMENT
    Cory Lancaster, Armin Volkel
  14. REUSE OF PROCESS WATER: EQUIVALENT TO DRINKING WATER QUALITY FOR FOOD CONTACT IN LARGE POTATO INDUSTRY
    Al Goodman
  15. THE BEST CARBON FOR THE JOB: USING THE 2010 WERF PROTOCOL TO CHOOSE AN EXTERNAL CARBON ALTERNATIVE FOR ENHANCED NITRATE REMOVAL
    Cole Sigmon, Scott Weirich, Chris Douville
  16. UTILIZING NOVEL APPROACH FOR THE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND START-UP OF NORTH AMERICA’S FIRST LEED SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT AT THE CITY OF DRYDEN
    Saibal Basu, Kaeryn Gregory, Eric Wiens, Dean Walker
  17. WHAT IS YOUR FLARE PHILOSOPHY? – IMPACTS ON DIGESTER GAS SYSTEM DESIGN
    Ralph B. “Rusty” Schroedel, Ted Hull, Eron Jacobson
  18. MAINSTREAM NITRITE-SHUNT WITH BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL AT THE CITY OF ST. PETERSBURG SOUTHWEST WRF
    Jose Jimenez, George Wise, Gillian Burger, Weiwei Du, Peter Dold

OTHER

Innovative Modelling in the Design of the Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant for Biological Nutrient Removal
Patrick Dunlap, Andrew Shaw, James Barnard, Heather Phillips, Daniel Wilson, Ken Abraham

Model-based approach to maximize gas production for high-loaded digestion processes
Ryu Suzuki, Sudhir Murthy, Bernhard Wett, Imre Takács