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Modified calibration protocol evaluated in a model-based testing of SBR flexibility

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The purpose of this paper is to refine the BIOMATH calibration protocol for SBR systems, in particular to develop a pragmatic calibration protocol that takes advantage of SBR information-rich data, defines a simulation strategy to obtain proper initial conditions for model calibration and provides statistical evaluation of the calibration outcome. The updated calibration protocol is then evaluated on a case study to obtain a thoroughly validated model for testing the flexibility of an N-removing SBR to adapt the operating conditions to the changing influent wastewater load. The performance of reference operation using fixed phase length and dissolved oxygen set points and two real-time control strategies is compared to find optimal operation under dynamic conditions. The results show that a validated model of high quality is obtained using the updated protocol and that the optimization of the system's performance can be achieved in different manners by implementing the proposed control strategies.
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Real-time control, Respirometry, Nitrogen removal, Parameter estimation, Optimization, Calibration, ASM1, Sequencing batch reactor, Wastewater treatment, SEQUENCING BATCH REACTOR, ACTIVATED-SLUDGE MODELS, WASTE-WATER, NITROGEN REMOVAL, SYSTEMS-ANALYSIS, LIQUID FRACTION, PIG SLURRY, SIMULATION, SELECTION, ORP

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Corominas, Lluís, Gürkan Sin, Sebastià Puig, Maria Dolors Balaguer, Peter A Vanrolleghem, and Jesús Colprim. 2011. “Modified Calibration Protocol Evaluated in a Model-based Testing of SBR Flexibility.” Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering 34 (2): 205–214.
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Corominas, L., Sin, G., Puig, S., Dolors Balaguer, M., Vanrolleghem, P. A., & Colprim, J. (2011). Modified calibration protocol evaluated in a model-based testing of SBR flexibility. BIOPROCESS AND BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING, 34(2), 205–214.
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Corominas L, Sin G, Puig S, Dolors Balaguer M, Vanrolleghem PA, Colprim J. Modified calibration protocol evaluated in a model-based testing of SBR flexibility. BIOPROCESS AND BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING. 2011;34(2):205–14.
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Corominas, Lluís, Gürkan Sin, Sebastià Puig, et al. “Modified Calibration Protocol Evaluated in a Model-based Testing of SBR Flexibility.” BIOPROCESS AND BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING 34.2 (2011): 205–214. Print.
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this paper is to refine the BIOMATH calibration protocol for SBR systems, in particular to develop a pragmatic calibration protocol that takes advantage of SBR information-rich data, defines a simulation strategy to obtain proper initial conditions for model calibration and provides statistical evaluation of the calibration outcome. The updated calibration protocol is then evaluated on a case study to obtain a thoroughly validated model for testing the flexibility of an N-removing SBR to adapt the operating conditions to the changing influent wastewater load. The performance of reference operation using fixed phase length and dissolved oxygen set points and two real-time control strategies is compared to find optimal operation under dynamic conditions. The results show that a validated model of high quality is obtained using the updated protocol and that the optimization of the system's performance can be achieved in different manners by implementing the proposed control strategies.},
  author       = {Corominas, Llu{\'i}s and Sin, G{\"u}rkan and Puig, Sebasti{\`a} and Dolors Balaguer, Maria and Vanrolleghem, Peter A and Colprim, Jes{\'u}s},
  issn         = {1615-7591},
  journal      = {BIOPROCESS AND BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {205--214},
  title        = {Modified calibration protocol evaluated in a model-based testing of SBR flexibility},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00449-010-0462-2},
  volume       = {34},
  year         = {2011},
}

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