The behaviour of treatment processes can be precisely mapped over a defined period of time using simulation models with variable boundary conditions.
For existing plants, for example, it is possible to investigate the effect of a change in process technology or the integration of additional process stages on the performance of the system under investigation without having to intervene in the actual plant operation. It is also possible to analyse and evaluate the plant capacity with regard to a predicted change in the plant load in terms of hydraulics and influent composition. Similarly, modelling is used in the conceptual design and planning of new plants or in the implementation of innovative technologies. For complex tasks, dynamic simulation thus offers a useful supplement to conventional static design methods.
Our range of services in this field covers wastewater and sludge treatment for municipal and industrial applications.
|Study on the influence of O2 and SS concentration on the nitrogen uptake of a sludgewater treatment plant with deammonification at WWTP Rodgau||Germany||2020 - ongoing|
|Modelling study of the wastewater treatment plant Wolfsburg – setup, calibration and validation of a dynamic model as well as model calculations to support the planning for the extension and retrofitting of an activated sludge stage (PE 120.000)||Germany||2020 - ongoing|
|Matematical modelling of WWTP Wallenstadt to determine optimal denitrification volume||Switzerland||2019|
|Modelling study of the wastewater treatment plant Dietzenbach – setup, calibration and validation of a dynamic plant-wide model as well as model calculations to support the planning for the extension, or the retrofitting of an activated sludge stage (PE 50.000)||Germany||2019|
|Development of a module block and implementation of kinetic parameters for the dynamic simulation of a thermal pressure hydrolysis under the aspect of a holistic modeling of the sewage treatment plant Grevesmühlen||Germany||2018 - 2019|
|Modelling study of the wastewater treatment plant Oldenburg (240.000 PE) – setup, calibration and validation of a dynamic plant-wide model||Germany||2017 - 2018|
|Dynamic modelling of an anaerobic municipal digester with Co-Digestion at wastewater treatment plant Herrenhausen Hannover (500.000 PE)||Germany||2016|
Dr.-Ing. Niklas Trautmann
Tel.: +49 (0) 511 132 221 82
Dr.-Ing. Klaus Nelting
Tel: +49 (0) 511 132 221 81