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Wastewater Treatment Process Modeling 2/E MOP31
     

Wastewater Treatment Process Modeling 2/E MOP31

by Water Environment Federation
 

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The Most Complete, Up-to-Date Guide to Process
Modeling Methods and Protocols

Fully revised to cover the latest advances in the field, Wastewater Treatment Process Modeling, Second Edition, explains general modeling concepts and terminology and offers practical details on how to use process models for the design and operation of small, medium, and large

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The Most Complete, Up-to-Date Guide to Process
Modeling Methods and Protocols

Fully revised to cover the latest advances in the field, Wastewater Treatment Process Modeling, Second Edition, explains general modeling concepts and terminology and offers practical details on how to use process models for the design and operation of small, medium, and large water resource recovery facilities. This Water Environment Federation manual describes each step of the modeling process, including the fundamental math required, overviews of existing models and when to use them, modeling protocols, and how to interpret data. The detailed information in this authoritative volume helps to ensure that process models are developed, used, and documented correctly.

Coverage includes:

  • History of process modeling
  • Modeling fundamentals
  • Unit process model descriptions
  • Process modeling tools
  • Dedicated experiments and tools
  • Overview of available modeling and simulation protocols
  • Project definition
  • Building a facility model
  • Using models for design, optimization, and control

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071798426
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date:
09/06/2013
Pages:
416
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 9.40(h) x 1.00(d)

Meet the Author

The WEF Technical Practice Committee (formerly the Committee on Sewage and Industrial Wastes Practice of the Federation of Sewage and Industrial Wastes Associations) was created by the Federation Board of Control on October 11, 1941. The primary function of the Committee is to originate and produce, through appropriate subcommittees, special publications dealing with technical aspects of the broad interests of the Federation. These publications are intended to provide background information through a review of technical practices and detailed procedures that research and experience have shown to be functional and practical.

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