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    1. Nam, KC; Ahn, DU
      Carbon monoxide-heme pigment is responsible for the pink color in irradiated raw turkey breast meat

      MEAT SCIENCE
    2. Lin, YF; Jing, SR
      Characterization of denitrification and nitrification in a step-feed alternating anoxic-oxic sequencing batch reactor

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    3. Lee, H; Brereton, JA; Mavinic, DS; Fiorante, RA; Oldham, WK; Paisley, JK
      Nutrient removal with methanol as a carbon source full-scale continuous inflow SBR application

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    4. Kim, H; Hao, OJ; McAvoy, TJ
      SBR system for phosphorus removal: Linear model based optimization

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-ASCE
    5. Izu, K; Nakajima, F; Yamamoto, K; Kurisu, F
      Aeration conditions affecting growth of purple nonsulfur bacteria in an organic wastewater treatment process

      SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    6. Cheng, N; Lo, KV; Yip, KH
      Swine wastewater treatment using attached-growth and suspended-growth two stage sequencing batch reactors with real-time control

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART B-PESTICIDES FOOD CONTAMINANTS AND AGRICULTURAL WASTES
    7. Villaverde, S; Lacalle, ML; Garcia-Encina, PA; Fdz-Polanco, F
      Nitrification-denitrification of UASB effluents highly loaded with nitrogen in an activated sludge reactor operated with short cycled aeration

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    8. Mauret, M; Ferrand, F; Boisdon, V; Sperandio, M; Paul, E
      Process using DO and ORP signals for biological nitrification and denitrification: validation of a food-processing industry wastewater treatment plant on boosting with pure oxygen

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    9. Cho, BC; Liaw, SL; Chang, CN; Yu, RF; Yang, SJ; Chlou, BR
      Development of a real-time control strategy with artificial neural networkfor automatic control of a continuous-flow sequencing batch reactor

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    10. Andreottola, G; Foladori, P; Ragazzi, M
      On-line control of a SBR system for nitrogen removal from industrial wastewater

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    11. Yu, RF; Liaw, SL; Cho, BC; Yang, SJ
      Dynamic control of a continuous-inflow SBR with time-varying influent loading

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    12. Cho, BC; Chang, CN; Liaw, SL; Huang, PT
      The feasible sequential control strategy of treating high strength organicnitrogen wastewater with sequencing batch biofilm reactor

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    13. Ma, G; Love, NG
      Creating anoxic and microaerobic conditions in sequencing batch reactors treating volatile BTX compounds

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    14. Spagni, A; Buday, J; Ratini, P; Bortone, G
      Experimental considerations on monitoring ORP, pH, conductivity and dissolved oxygen in nitrogen and phosphorus biological removal processes

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    15. Yang, M; Zhang, Y; Qi, R; Uesugi, K; Myoga, H
      Improved O-3/H2O2 oxidation process for wastewater reclamation

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    16. Fuerhacker, M; Bauer, H; Ellinger, R; Sree, U; Schmid, H; Zibuschka, F; Puxbaum, H
      Relationship between release of nitric oxide and CO2 and their dependence on oxidation reduction potential in wastewater treatment

      CHEMOSPHERE
    17. Chen, GH; Yip, WK; Mo, HK; Liu, Y
      Effect of sludge fasting/feasting on growth of activated sludge cultures

      WATER RESEARCH
    18. Lee, DS; Jeon, CO; Park, JM
      Biological nitrogen removal with enhanced phosphate uptake in a sequencingbatch reactor using single sludge system

      WATER RESEARCH
    19. Lehto, M; Laitinen, S; Chinetti, G; Johansson, M; Ehnholm, C; Staels, B; Ikonen, E; Olkkonen, VM
      The OSBP-related protein family in humans

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    20. Pavselj, N; Hvala, N; Kocijan, J; Ros, M; Subelj, M; Music, G; Strmcnik, S
      Experimental design of an optimal phase duration control strategy used in batch biological wastewater treatment

      ISA TRANSACTIONS
    21. Brown, WA; Cooper, DG; Liss, SN
      Toluene removal in an automated cyclical bioreactor

      BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRESS
    22. Chen, KC; Chen, JJ; Houng, JY
      Improvement of nitrogen-removal efficiency using immobilized microorganisms with oxidation-reduction potential monitoring

      JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    23. Pierson, JA; Pavlostathis, SG
      Real-time monitoring and control of sequencing batch reactors for secondary treatment of a poultry processing wastewater

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    24. Delgado-Diaz, S; Alvarez, M; Rodriguez-Gomez, LE; Aguiar, ES
      Using oxidation-reduction potential as septicity control parameter during reclaimed wastewater transportation

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    25. Choung, YK; Kim, HS
      Nutrient removal and ORP monitoring in the intermittent aeration system with continuous inflow

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    26. Yu, RF; Liaw, SL; Cheng, WY; Chang, CN
      Performance enhancement of SBR applying real-time control

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-ASCE
    27. Cheng, N; Lo, KV; Yip, KH
      Swine wastewater treatment in a two stage sequencing batch reactor using real-time control

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART B-PESTICIDES FOOD CONTAMINANTS AND AGRICULTURAL WASTES
    28. Perez, OP; Umetsu, Y
      ORP-monitored magnetite formation from aqueous solutions at low temperatures

      HYDROMETALLURGY
    29. Yu, CP; Yu, YH
      Identifying useful real-time control parameters in ozonation process

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    30. Chudoba, P; Pujol, R
      Technical solutions for upgrading high rate and medium loaded activated sludge plants for nutrient removal

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    31. Chang, CN; Chen, HR; Huang, CH; Chao, A
      Using sequencing batch biofilm reactor (SBBR) to treat ABS wastewater

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    32. Fuerhacker, M; Bauer, H; Ellinger, R; Sree, U; Schmid, H; Zibuschka, F; Puxbaum, H
      Approach for a novel control strategy for simultaneous nitrification/denitrification in activated sludge reactors

      WATER RESEARCH
    33. Nam, HU; Lee, JH; Kim, CW; Park, TJ
      Enhanced biological nutrients removal using the combined fixed-film reactor with bypass flow

      WATER RESEARCH
    34. Ra, CS; Lo, KV; Shin, JS; Oh, JS; Hong, BJ
      Biological nutrient removal with an internal organic carbon source in piggery wastewater treatment

      WATER RESEARCH
    35. Cheng, N; Lo, KV; Yip, KH
      pH as a real-time control parameter in swine wastewater treatment process

      ADVANCES IN ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    36. Minton, M; Molof, AH
      Platinum electrode response in anaerobic sludge

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    37. Ra, CS; Lo, KV; Mavinic, DS
      Control of a swine manure treatment process using a specific feature of oxidation reduction potential

      BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY
    38. Battistoni, P; Morini, C; Pavan, P; Latini, F
      The retrofitting of an extended aeration process to optimise biological nitrogen removal in liquid industrial wastes

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    39. Collivignarelli, C; Bertanza, G
      Simultaneous nitrification-denitrification processes in activated sludge plants: Performance and applicability

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    40. Lee, DS; Park, JM
      Neural network modeling for on-line estimation of nutrient dynamics in a sequentially-operated batch reactor

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    41. Zhao, HW; Mavinic, DS; Oldham, WK; Koch, FA
      Controlling factors for simultaneous nitrification and denitrification in a two-stage intermittent aeration process treating domestic sewage

      WATER RESEARCH
    42. Delgado, S; Alvarez, M; Rodriguez-Gomez, LE; Aguiar, E
      H2S generation in a reclaimed urban wastewater pipe. Case study: Tenerife (Spain)

      WATER RESEARCH
    43. Brown, WA; Cooper, DG; Liss, SN
      Adapting the self-cycling fermentor to anoxic conditions

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    44. RA CS; LO KV; MAVINIC DS
      REAL-TIME CONTROL OF 2-STAGE SEQUENCING BATCH REACTOR SYSTEM FOR THE TREATMENT OF ANIMAL WASTE-WATER

      Environmental technology
    45. CHARPENTIER J; MARTIN G; WACHEUX H; GILLES P
      ORP REGULATION AND ACTIVATED-SLUDGE - 15 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

      Water science and technology
    46. YU RF; LIAW SL; CHANG CN; CHENG WY
      APPLYING REAL-TIME CONTROL TO ENHANCE THE PERFORMANCE OF NITROGEN REMOVAL IN THE CONTINUOUS-FLOW SBR SYSTEM

      Water science and technology
    47. PAUL E; PLISSONSAUNE S; MAURET M; CANTET J
      PROCESS STATE EVALUATION OF ALTERNATING OXIC-ANOXIC ACTIVATED-SLUDGE USING ORP, PH AND DO

      Water science and technology
    48. ZIPPER T; FLEISCHMANN N; HABERL R
      DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW SYSTEM FOR CONTROL AND OPTIMIZATION OF SMALL WASTE-WATER TREATMENT PLANTS USING OXIDATION-REDUCTION POTENTIAL (ORP)

      Water science and technology
    49. ZHAO HW; MAVINIC DS; OLDHAM WK; KOCH FA
      FACTORS AFFECTING PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL IN A 2-STAGE INTERMITTENT AERATION PROCESS TREATING DOMESTIC SEWAGE

      Water science and technology
    50. ISAACS S; MAH T; MANESHIN SK
      AUTOMATIC MONITORING OF DENITRIFICATION RATES AND CAPACITIES IN ACTIVATED-SLUDGE PROCESSES USING FLUORESCENCE OR REDOX POTENTIAL

      Water science and technology
    51. Tremblay, CV; Beaubien, A; Charles, P; Nicell, JA
      Control of biological iron removal from drinking water using oxidation-reduction potential

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    52. GERNAEY K; VANROLLEGHEM P; VERSTRAETE W
      ONLINE ESTIMATION OF NITROSOMONAS KINETIC-PARAMETERS IN ACTIVATED-SLUDGE SAMPLES USING TITRATION IN-SENSOR-EXPERIMENTS

      Water research
    53. KIM YH; HENSLEY R
      EFFECTIVE CONTROL OF CHLORINATION AND DECHLORINATION AT WASTE-WATER TREATMENT PLANTS USING REDOX POTENTIAL

      Water environment research
    54. SWAMY NK; GIRIPRASAD MN; PRASAD TJ; KOTAIAH B
      AUTOMATION OF ANAEROBIC REACTORS - A MICROCOMPUTER APPROACH

      Fresenius environmental bulletin
    55. RA CS; LO KV; MAVINIC DS
      SWINE WASTE-WATER TREATMENT BY A BATCH-MODE 4-STAGE PROCESS - LOADINGRATE CONTROL USING ORP

      Environmental technology
    56. CHANG CN; LIN JG; CHAO AC; CHO BC; YU RF
      THE PRETREATMENT OF ACRYLONITRILE AND STYRENE WITH THE OZONATION PROCESS

      Water science and technology
    57. BARBUSINSKI K; KOSCIELNIAK H
      ACTIVATED-SLUDGE FLOC STRUCTURE DURING AEROBIC DIGESTION

      Water science and technology
    58. BERTANZA G
      SIMULTANEOUS NITRIFICATION-DENITRIFICATION PROCESS IN EXTENDED AERATION PLANTS - PILOT AND REAL SCALE EXPERIENCES

      Water science and technology
    59. YU RF; LIAW SL; CHANG CN; LU HJ; CHENG WY
      MONITORING AND CONTROL USING ONLINE ORP ON THE CONTINUOUS-FLOW ACTIVATED-SLUDGE BATCH REACTOR SYSTEM

      Water science and technology
    60. GERNAEY K; BOGAERT H; MASSONE A; VANROLLEGHEM P; VERSTRAETE W
      ONLINE NITRIFICATION MONITORING IN ACTIVATED-SLUDGE WITH A TITRIMETRIC SENSOR

      Environmental science & technology
    61. HAO OJ; HUANG J
      ALTERNATING AEROBIC-ANOXIC PROCESS FOR NITROGEN REMOVAL - PROCESS EVALUATION

      Water environment research
    62. HEDUIT A; QUINIO I; STADMULLER D; THEVENOT DR
      MODIFIED PLATINUM-ELECTRODES - ELECTROCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND BEHAVIOR IN ACTIVATED-SLUDGE

      Water science and technology
    63. CHANG CN; LIN JG; CHAO AC; LIU CS
      MODIFIED NERNST MODEL FOR ONLINE CONTROL OF THE CHEMICAL OXIDATION DECOLORING PROCESS

      Water science and technology
    64. SASAKI K; YAMAMOTO Y; TSUMURA K; OUCHI S; MORI Y
      DEVELOPMENT OF 2-REACTOR INTERMITTENT-AERATION ACTIVATED-SLUDGE PROCESS FOR SIMULTANEOUS REMOVAL OF NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS

      Water science and technology
    65. PESCOD MB
      THE ROLE AND LIMITATIONS OF ANAEROBIC POND SYSTEMS

      Water science and technology
    66. ALMASI A; PESCOD MB
      PATHOGEN REMOVAL MECHANISMS IN ANOXIC WASTE-WATER STABILIZATION PONDS

      Water science and technology
    67. CHANG CH; HAO OJ
      SEQUENCING BATCH REACTOR SYSTEM FOR NUTRIENT REMOVAL - ORP AND PH PROFILES

      Journal of chemical technology and biotechnology
    68. CHARPENTIER J; MARTIN G
      NEW APPROACH TO OXYGEN REQUIREMENT FOR LOW-LOAD ACTIVATED-SLUDGE

      Water research
    69. ALGHUSAIN I; HAO OJ
      USE OF PH AS CONTROL PARAMETER FOR AEROBIC ANOXIC SLUDGE-DIGESTION/

      Journal of environmental engineering
    70. VANROLLEGHEM P; COEN F
      OPTIMAL-DESIGN OF IN-SENSOR-EXPERIMENTS FOR ONLINE MODELING OF NITROGEN REMOVAL PROCESSES

      Water science and technology
    71. ROVATTI M; NICOLELLA C; CONVERTI A; GHIGLIAZZA R; DIFELICE R
      PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL IN FLUIDIZED-BED BIOLOGICAL REACTOR (FBBR)

      Water research
    72. LIE E; WELANDER T
      INFLUENCE OF DISSOLVED-OXYGEN AND OXIDATION-REDUCTION POTENTIAL ON THE DENITRIFICATION RATE OF ACTIVATED-SLUDGE

      Water science and technology
    73. ALGHUSAIN IA; HUANG J; HAO OJ; LIM BS
      USING PH AS A REAL-TIME CONTROL PARAMETER FOR WASTE-WATER TREATMENT AND SLUDGE-DIGESTION PROCESSES

      Water science and technology
    74. WOUTERSWASIAK K; HEDUIT A; AUDIC JM; LEFEVRE F
      REAL-TIME CONTROL OF NITROGEN REMOVAL AT FULL-SCALE USING OXIDATION-REDUCTION POTENTIAL

      Water science and technology
    75. CHANG CN; YU RF; CHAO AC; TOJO S
      ONLINE MONITORING AND CONTROL OF THE TEXTILE WASTE-WATER COLOR REMOVAL PROCESS

      Water science and technology
    76. COUILLARD D; CHARTIER M; MERCIER G
      MAJOR FACTORS INFLUENCING BACTERIAL LEACHING OF HEAVY-METALS (CU AND ZN) FROM ANAEROBIC SLUDGE

      Environmental pollution
    77. MANSBRIDGE J; MURPHY B; MORHENN V; HILLMAN K; HILLMAN K; SUTHERLAND R; KARASEK M
      THE RESPONSE OF HUMAN DERMAL MICROVASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS TO HYPOXIA

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    78. WAREHAM DG; MAVINIC DS; HALL KJ
      SLUDGE-DIGESTION USING ORP-REGULATED AEROBIC-ANOXIC CYCLES

      Water research
    79. LO CK; YU CW; TAM NFY; TRAYNOR S
      ENHANCED NUTRIENT REMOVAL BY OXIDATION-REDUCTION POTENTIAL (ORP) CONTROLLED AERATION IN A LABORATORY-SCALE EXTENDED AERATION TREATMENT SYSTEM

      Water research
    80. WAREHAM DG; HALL KJ; MAVINIC DS
      REAL-TIME CONTROL OF WASTE-WATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS USING ORP

      Water science and technology
    81. SASAKI K; YAMAMOTO Y; TSUMURA K; HATSUMATA S; TATEWAKI M
      SIMULTANEOUS REMOVAL OF NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS IN INTERMITTENTLY AERATED 2-TANK ACTIVATED-SLUDGE PROCESS USING DO AND ORP-BENDING-POINT CONTROL

      Water science and technology


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