Validation and implementation of model based control strategies at an industrial wastewater plant

Demey, D.; Vanderhaegen, B.; Vanhooren, H.; Liessens, J.; Van Eyck, L.; Hopkins, L.; Vanrolleghem, P.A.
August 2001
Water Science & Technology;2001, Vol. 44 Issue 2/3, p145
Academic Journal
Demonstrates the implementation of advanced control strategies at am industrial wastewater treatment plant. Use of model based techniques; Process characteristics of the wastewater treatment; Development of a dynamical model of the complete wastewater plant.


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