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Assessment of the fate of organic micropollutants in novel wastewater treatment plant configurations through an empirical mechanistic model
Novel wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) are expected to be less energetically demanding than conventional ones. However, scarce information is available about the fate of organic micropollutants (OMPs) in these novel ...
Bringing frequency response analysis closer to Chemical Engineering
Process control has traditionally been considered a difficult subject among chemical engineering students. A particular aspect that differentiates process control from process design related courses is also that the former ...
Designing a robust index for WWTP energy efficiency: the ENERWATER Water Treatment Energy Index
The development and use of composite indexes has exploded in the last 15 years as a tool to summarise the large amount of information available nowadays. To ensure that composite indicators reflect faithfully the purpose ...
Metabolic modeling for predicting VFA production from protein‐rich substrates by mixed‐culture fermentation
Proteinaceous organic wastes are suitable substrates to produce high added‐value products in anaerobic mixed‐culture fermentations. In these processes, the stoichiometry of the biotransformation depends highly on operational ...