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    1. Liu, Y; Tay, JH
      Metabolic response of biofilm to shear stress in fixed-film culture

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    2. Kim, H; Hao, OJ
      pH and oxidation-reduction potential control strategy for optimization of nitrogen removal in an alternating aerobic-anoxic system

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    3. Chang, NB; Chen, WC; Shieh, WK
      Optimal control of wastewater treatment plants via integrated neural network and genetic algorithms

      CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS
    4. Boaventura, KM; Roqueiro, N; Coelho, MAZ; Araujo, OQF
      State observers for a biological wastewater nitrogen removal process in a sequential batch reactor

      BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY
    5. Liu, Y; Tay, JH
      Strategy for minimization of excess sludge production from the activated sludge process

      BIOTECHNOLOGY ADVANCES
    6. Kim, H; Hao, OJ; McAvoy, TJ
      SBR system for phosphorus removal: Linear model based optimization

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-ASCE
    7. Chen, WC; Chang, NB; Shieh, WK
      Advanced hybrid fuzzy-neural controller for industrial wastewater treatment

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-ASCE
    8. Samuelsson, P; Ekman, M; Carlsson, B
      A JAVA based simulator of activated sludge processes

      MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTERS IN SIMULATION
    9. Carlsson, B; Milocco, RH
      A simple strategy for controlling the nitrate concentration in an activated sludge process using external carbon flow rate

      LATIN AMERICAN APPLIED RESEARCH
    10. Hopkins, LN; Lant, PA; Newell, RB
      Operating space diagrams: a tool for designers of wastewater treatment plants

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    11. Vrecko, D; Hvala, N; Kocijan, J; Zec, M
      System analysis for optimal control of a wastewater treatment benchmark

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    12. Hopkins, LN; Lant, PA; Newell, RB
      Using the flexibility index to compare batch and continuous activated sludge processes

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    13. Dockhorn, T; Dichtl, N; Kayser, R
      Comparative investigations on COD-removal in sequencing batch reactors andcontinuous flow plants

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    14. Ma, LM; Wang, HW; Liu, Y; Jing, ZG
      Performance of triple ditch: effects of duration and periodic operation programs

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    15. Krampe, J; Krauth, K
      Sequencing batch reactor with submerged hollow fibre membranes for the biomass separation

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    16. Suwa, M; Suzuki, Y
      Occurrence of Cryptosporidium in Japan and countermeasures in wastewater treatment plants

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    17. Lee, JC; Kim, JS; Kang, IJ; Cho, MH; Park, PK; Lee, CH
      Potential and limitations of alum or zeolite addition to improve the performance of a submerged membrane bioreactor

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    18. Ziglio, G; Andreottola, G; Foladori, P; Ragazzi, M
      Experimental validation of a single-OUR method for wastewater RBCOD characterisation

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    19. Larose, A; Jorgensen, SB
      State estimation for a biological phosphorus removal process using an asymptotic observer

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    20. Samuelsson, P; Carlsson, B
      Feedforward control of the external carbon flow rate in an activated sludge process

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    21. Larrea, L; Larrea, A; Ayesa, E; Rodrigo, JC; Lopez-Carrasco, MD; Cortacans, JA
      Development and verification of design and operation criteria for the stepfeed process with nitrogen removal

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    22. Yoo, CK; Yim, DS; Cho, JH; Choi, SW; Lee, IB
      Process system engineering in wastewater treatment process

      KOREAN JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
    23. Lee, MG; Hano, T
      Effects of hourly load variation on treatment characteristics in anaerobic-aerobic activated sludge process

      KOREAN JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
    24. Sotomayor, OAZ; Park, SW; Garcia, C
      A simulation benchmark to evaluate the performance of advanced control techniques in biological wastewater treatment plants

      BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
    25. Chachuat, B; Roche, N; Latifi, MA
      Dynamic optimisation of small size wastewater treatment plants including nitrification and denitrification processes

      COMPUTERS & CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
    26. Kim, JS; Lee, CH; Chang, IS
      Effect of pump smear on the performance of a crossflow membrane bioreactor

      WATER RESEARCH
    27. Jefferson, B; Burgess, JE; Pichon, A; Harkness, J; Judd, SJ
      Nutrient addition to enhance biological treatment of greywater

      WATER RESEARCH
    28. Misra, C; Gupta, SK
      Hybrid reactor for priority pollutant-trichloroethylene removal

      WATER RESEARCH
    29. Hvala, N; Bavdaz, G; Kocijan, J
      Nonlinear state and parameter estimation in batch biological wastewater treatment

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMS SCIENCE
    30. Liu, WT; Mino, T; Matsuo, T; Nakamura, K
      Isolation, characterization and identification of polyhydroxyalkanoate-accumulating bacteria from activated sludge

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING
    31. Gander, M; Jefferson, B; Judd, S
      Aerobic MBRs for domestic wastewater treatment: a review with cost considerations

      SEPARATION AND PURIFICATION TECHNOLOGY
    32. Chen, KC; Chen, JJ; Houng, JY
      Improvement of nitrogen-removal efficiency using immobilized microorganisms with oxidation-reduction potential monitoring

      JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    33. Leclerc, H; Edberg, S; Pierzo, V; Delattre, JM
      Bacteriophages as indicators of enteric viruses and public health risk in groundwaters

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    34. Wang, JL; Shi, HC; Qian, Y
      Wastewater treatment in a hybrid biological reactor (HBR): effect of organic loading rates

      PROCESS BIOCHEMISTRY
    35. O'Connor, B; Kovacs, T; Gibbons, S; Strang, A
      Carbon dioxide in pulp and paper mill effluents from oxygen-activated sludge treatment plants as a potential source of distress and toxicity to fish

      WATER QUALITY RESEARCH JOURNAL OF CANADA
    36. Liu, R; Huang, X; Chen, LJ; Wang, CW; Qian, Y
      A pilot study on a submerged membrane bioreactor for domestic wastewater treatment

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    37. Hao, OJ; Kim, H; Chiang, PC
      Decolorization of wastewater

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    38. Choo, KH; Stensel, HD
      Sequencing batch membrane reactor treatment: Nitrogen removal and membranefouling evaluation

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    39. Hu, HY; Goto, N; Fujie, K
      Statistical analyses of operating conditions and power consumption characteristics in small-scale conventional activated sludge plants for sewage treatment

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    40. Lu, SG; Imai, T; Ukita, M; Sekine, M; Fukagawa, M; Nakanishi, H
      Application of ORP control for nitrogen removal in highly concentrated activated sludge process

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    41. Bayramoglu, M; Cakici, A; Tekin, T
      Modelling of oxygen transfer rate in diffused-air aeration tanks

      PROCESS SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
    42. Anderson, JS; McAvoy, TJ; Hao, OJ
      Use of hybrid models in wastewater systems

      INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH
    43. Hsieh, CC
      Removal mechanisms of VOCs in an activated sludge process

      JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
    44. Sakai, Y; Aoyagi, T; Shiota, N; Akashi, A; Hasegawa, S
      Complete decomposition of biological waste sludge by thermophilic aerobic bacteria

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    45. Funamizu, N; Miyake, T; Takakuwa, T
      Effect of variations in flow rate and concentrations of influent on the nitrogen removal performance of the aerobic-anoxic-aerobic process

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    46. Kayser, R
      New German design guideline for single stage activated sludge plants

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    47. Teichgraber, B
      Acidification of primary sludge to promote increased biological phosphoruselimination and denitrification

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    48. Murakami, T; Usui, J; Takamura, K; Yoshikawa, T
      Application of immersed-type membrane separation activated sludge process to municipal wastewater treatment

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    49. Nagaoka, H; Kono, S; Yamanishi, S; Miya, A
      Influence of organic loading rate on membrane fouling in membrane separation activated sludge process

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    50. Mulkerrins, D; Jordan, C; McMahon, S; Colleran, E
      Evaluation of the parameters affecting nitrogen and phosphorus removal in anaerobic/anoxic/oxic (A/A/O) biological nutrient removal systems

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    51. Mathieu, S; Etienne, P
      Estimation of wastewater biodegradable COD fractions by combining respirometric experiments in various So/Xo ratios

      WATER RESEARCH
    52. Stokes, AJ; West, JR; Forster, CF; Davies, WJ
      Understanding some of the differences between the COD- and BOD-based models offered in STOAT

      WATER RESEARCH
    53. 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
    54. Coelho, MAZ; Russo, C; Araujo, OQF
      Optimization of a sequencing batch reactor for biological nitrogen removal

      WATER RESEARCH
    55. Tomida, S; Hanai, T; Ueda, N; Honda, H; Kobayashi, T
      Construction of COD simulation model for activated sludge process by fuzzyneural network

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING
    56. Julien, S; Lessard, P; Babary, JP
      A reduced order model for control of a single reactor activated sludge process

      MATHEMATICAL AND COMPUTER MODELLING OF DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
    57. Ram, B; Bajpai, PK; Parwana, HK
      Kinetics of chrome-tannery effluent treatment by the activated-sludge system

      PROCESS BIOCHEMISTRY
    58. Kabouris, JC
      Modeling, instrumentation, automation, and optimization of wastewater treatment facilities

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    59. Georgieva, PG; De Azevedo, SF
      Robust control design of an activated sludge process

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ROBUST AND NONLINEAR CONTROL
    60. BERNARDES RS; SPANJERS H; KLAPWIJK A
      MODELING RESPIRATION RATE AND NITRATE REMOVAL IN A NITRIFYING-DENITRIFYING SBR TREATING DOMESTIC WASTE-WATER

      Bioresource technology
    61. Lee, TT; Wang, FY; Islam, A; Newell, RB
      Generic distributed parameter model control of a biological nutrient removal (BNR) activated sludge process

      JOURNAL OF PROCESS CONTROL
    62. Lukasse, LJS; Keesman, KJ; van Straten, G
      A recursively identified model for short-term predictions of NH4/NO3 - concentrations in alternating activated sludge processes

      JOURNAL OF PROCESS CONTROL
    63. Paraskevas, PA; Pantelakis, IS; Lekkas, TD
      An advanced integrated expert system for wastewater treatment plants control

      KNOWLEDGE-BASED SYSTEMS
    64. Nejjari, F; Dahhou, B; Benhammou, A; Roux, G
      Non-linear multivariable adaptive control of an activated sludge wastewater treatment process

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADAPTIVE CONTROL AND SIGNAL PROCESSING
    65. Yin, MT; Yuan, WB; Stenstrom, MK
      Fuzzy-supported estimator for HPO-AS process

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-ASCE
    66. Nejjari, F; Roux, G; Dahhou, B; Benhammou, A
      Estimation and optimal control design of a biological wastewater treatmentprocess

      MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTERS IN SIMULATION
    67. Sidat, M; Kasan, HC; Bux, F
      Laboratory-scale investigation of biological phosphate removal from municipal wastewater

      WATER SA
    68. Wentzel, MC; Mbewe, A; Lakay, MT; Ekama, GA
      Batch test for characterisation of the carbonaceous materials in municipalwastewaters

      WATER SA
    69. Roda, IR; Poch, M; Sanchez-Marre, M; Cortes, U; Lafuente, J
      Consider a case-based system for control of complex processes

      CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PROGRESS
    70. Gunder, B; Krauth, K
      Replacement of secondary clarification by membrane separation - Results with tubular plate and hollow fibre modules

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    71. Nowak, O; Wandl, G; Svardal, K
      Long-term experience with biological pretreatment of rendering plant effluent

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    72. Nagaoka, H
      Nitrogen removal by submerged membrane separation activated sludge process

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    73. Nowak, O; Kuhn, V; Muller, V
      A comparison of different concepts of the running-in of nitrification and denitrification in activated sludge plants

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    74. Lee, TT; Wang, FY; Newell, RB
      On the modelling and simulation of a BNR activated sludge process based ondistributed parameter approach

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    75. Kalker, TJJ; van Goor, CP; Roeleveld, PJ; Ruland, MF; Babuska, R
      Fuzzy control of aeration in an activated sludge wastewater treatment plant: Design, simulation and evaluation

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    76. Nowak, O; Franz, A; Svardal, K; Muller, V; Kuhn, V
      Parameter estimation for activated sludge models with the help of mass balances

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    77. Nowak, O; Svardal, K; Franz, A; Kuhn, V
      Degradation of particulate organic matter - A comparison of different model concepts

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    78. Sperandio, M; Urbain, V; Audic, JM; Paul, E
      Use of carbon dioxide evolution rate for determining heterotrophic yield and characterising denitrifying biomass

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    79. Zhao, H; Hao, OJ; McAvoy, TJ
      Approaches to modeling nutrient dynamics: ASM2, simplified model and neural nets

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

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    81. Low, EW; Chase, HA
      Reducing production of excess biomass during wastewater treatment

      WATER RESEARCH
    82. 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
    83. Krishna, C; Van Loosdrecht, MCM
      Effect of temperature on storage polymers and settleability of activated sludge

      WATER RESEARCH
    84. Galapate, RP; Agustiani, E; Baes, AU; Ito, K; Okada, M
      Effect of HRT and MLSS on THM precursor removal in the activated sludge process

      WATER RESEARCH
    85. Yeom, IT; Nah, YM; Ahn, KH
      Treatment of household wastewater using an intermittently aerated membranebioreactor

      DESALINATION
    86. HSU TC
      NUTRIENT REMOVAL FROM MUNICIPAL WASTE-WATER BY ACTIVATED-SLUDGE PROCESS

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part A: Environmental science and engineering
    87. CHEN JM; HAO OJ
      MICROBIAL CHROMIUM(VI) REDUCTION

      Critical reviews in environmental science and technology
    88. MASSONE A; GERNAEY K; ROZZI A; VERSTRAETE W
      MEASUREMENT OF AMMONIUM CONCENTRATION AND NITRIFICATION RATE BY A NEWTITRIMETRIC BIOSENSOR

      Water environment research
    89. HORAN NJ; CHEN W
      THE TREATMENT OF A HIGH-STRENGTH PULP AND PAPER-MILL EFFLUENT FOR WASTE-WATER REUSE - I) THE USE OF MODELING TO OPTIMIZE EFFLUENT QUALITY FROM THE EXISTING WASTE-WATER TREATMENT-PLANT

      Environmental technology
    90. SHAH SS; DESAI JD; RAMAKRISHNA C; BHATT NM
      AEROBIC BIOTREATMENT OF WASTE-WATER FROM DIMETHYL TEREPHTHALATE PLANTUSING BIOMASS SUPPORT PARTICLES

      Journal of fermentation and bioengineering
    91. SODA S; IKE M; FUJITA M
      EFFECTS OF INOCULATION OF A GENETICALLY-ENGINEERED BACTERIUM ON PERFORMANCE AND INDIGENOUS BACTERIA OF A SEQUENCING BATCH ACTIVATED-SLUDGE PROCESS TREATING PHENOL

      Journal of fermentation and bioengineering
    92. SYU MJ; CHEN BC
      BACKPROPAGATION NEURAL-NETWORK ADAPTIVE-CONTROL OF A CONTINUOUS WASTE-WATER TREATMENT PROCESS

      Industrial & engineering chemistry research
    93. DUFRESNE R; LAVALLEE HC; LEBRUN RE; LO SN
      COMPARISON OF PERFORMANCE BETWEEN MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR AND ACTIVATED-SLUDGE SYSTEM FOR THE TREATMENT OF PULPING PROCESS WASTEWATERS

      Tappi journal
    94. FRIGON D; LO A
      EVALUATION OF AMMONIUM POLYPHOSPHATE AND WASTE-ACTIVATED SLUDGE EXTRACT AS A NUTRIENT SOURCE FOR ACTIVATED-SLUDGE SYSTEM - APP WORKS AS WELL AS PHOSPHORUS-ACID AND AMMONIA

      Pulp & paper Canada
    95. DUFRESNE PR; LAVALLEE HC; LEBRUN RE; LO SN
      COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF THE OPERATION OF A M EMBRANE BIOREACTOR SYSTEM AND A CONVENTIONAL ACTIVATED-SLUDGE SYSTEM FOR PAPER-MILL EFFLUENT TREATMENT

      Pulp & paper Canada
    96. SEDGWICK G; WHITE J; WOOLLEY J; WOJCIK P; STEINBACK B; LYKA W; DENTON R
      CONTROL OF BIOLOGICAL EFFLUENT TREATMENT FOR MECHANICAL PULP-MILLS

      Pulp & paper Canada
    97. Virtapohja, J; Alen, R
      Accelerated degradation of EDTA in an activated sludge plant Study looks at a sludge plant - Operating under alkaline conditions

      PULP & PAPER-CANADA
    98. JIN DY; WANG BZ; WANG L
      DESIGN AND OPERATION OF A WASTE-WATER TREATMENT-PLANT TREATING LOW CONCENTRATION OF MUNICIPAL WASTE-WATER

      Water science and technology
    99. KIURU HJ; RAUTIAINEN JA
      BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL AT A VERY LOW-LOADED ACTIVATED-SLUDGE PLANT WITH HIGH BIOMASS CONCENTRATIONS

      Water science and technology
    100. MEINHOLD J; PEDERSEN H; ARNOLD E; ISAACS S; HENZE M
      EFFECT OF CONTINUOUS ADDITION OF AN ORGANIC SUBSTRATE TO THE ANOXIC PHASE ON BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL

      Water science and technology


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