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WEFTEC 2005: Session 51 through Session 60

Session 51: Municipal Wastewater Treatment Processes: Membrane Bioreactors for Wastewater Treatment

organic and inorganic membrane Fouling in the “non-conventional low mlss mbr technology”
pp. 4125-4133(9)
Authors: Frechen, Franz-Bernd; Wett, Martin; Schier, Wernfried

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EVALUATION OF MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR TECHNOLOGY AND DESALTING MEMBRANES FOR WASTEWATER REUSE
pp. 4134-4149(16)
Authors: DeCarolis, James; Adham, Samer; Oppenheimer, Joan; Kinser, Karla; Webb, Larry

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PARALLEL OPERATION OF LARGE MEMBRANE BIOREACTORS AT TRAVERSE CITY
pp. 4150-4164(15)
Authors: Crawford, G.; Daigger, G.; Fisher, J.; Blair, S.; Lewis, R.

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MBR PLANTS: LARGER AND MORE COMPLICATED
pp. 4165-4182(18)
Authors: Wallis-Lage, Cindy; Hemken, Brad; Steichen, Mark; deBarbadillo, Chris

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COST COMPARISON FOR APPLICATION OF MBR AND CAS/MF FACILITIES
pp. 4183-4191(9)
Authors: McInnis, Amanda; Neethling, J.B.; Bucher, Bob; Johnson, Michelle

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ENHANCED METALS REMOVAL USING AN MBR
pp. 4192-4210(19)
Authors: Holden, Robert W.; El-Din, Ahmed G.; Borgnini, Guido J.; Truchan, Stephan; Shamskhorzani, Reza

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COMPARISON OF MBR FACILITY DESIGN PROCESSES
pp. 4211-4224(14)
Authors: Jalla, Srinivas; Daily, John; Fry, Don

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CHEMOAUTOTROPHIC NITRIFICATION AND DENITRIFICATIN BY AIR- AND HYDROGEN-BASED HOLLOW-FIBER MEMBRANE BIOFILM REACTOR
pp. 4225-4231(7)
Authors: Sang, Byoung-In; Shin, Jeong Hoon; Chung, Yun Chul

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Session 52: Municipal Wastewater Treatment Processes: Modeling to Optimize Wastewater Treatment Processes and Design

USE OF BIOWIN AS A TOOL FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT CAPACITY EVALUATION
pp. 4232-4254(23)
Authors: Lei, Li; McCandless, Robert; He, Qun; Olszewski, Peter; Coughenour, Jim; Williams, Damon S.

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SOLVING THE MYSTERY OF HIGH PURITY OXYGEN PLANTS – EFFECT OF PRESSURE ON FLOW DISTRIBUTION
pp. 4255-4267(13)
Authors: Gerges, Hany; Bienfield, Glenn; Williams, Rob; McCorquodale, Alex; Yu, William

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SIMULATION APPLICATIONS MADE POSSIBLE BY pH MODELING
pp. 4268-4278(11)
Authors: Jones, Richard M.; Dold, Peter L.

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THE IMPORTANCE OF MODELING METAL UPTAKE AND RELEASE IN THE EBPR PROCESSES
pp. 4316-4338(23)
Authors: Gu, A. Z.; Tak√°cs, I.; Benisch, M.; Stensel, H.D.; Neethling, J.B.

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Session 53: Municipal Wastewater Treatment Processes: Current and Practical Fine Screen Design: North American and European Approaches

SIZE MATTERS: AN OVERVIEW OF SCREENING PROCESSES
pp. 4339-4349(11)
Authors: Briggs, T.; Ross, D.; Welp, J.

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SCREEN DESIGN: PRACTICE IN EUROPE
pp. 4350-4356(7)
Author: M, Rothman

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CRITICAL FACTORS IN DESIGNING FINE SCREENS
pp. 4357-4367(11)
Author: Keller, John A.

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FINE SCREEN RETROFIT CHALLENGES
pp. 4368-4386(19)
Authors: Armistead, John D.; Bitcon, Rick

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MECHANICAL PRE-TREATMENT STAGES OF MUNICIPAL MBR APPLICATIONS IN GERMANY - CURRENT STATUS AND TREATMENT EFFICIENCY
pp. 4387-4394(8)
Authors: Schier, Wernfried; Frechen, Franz-Bernd; Wett, Martin

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WET WEATHER IMPACTS ON INFLUENT FINE SCREENING SYSTEM DESIGN AND OPERATION
pp. 4395-4411(17)
Authors: Wodrich, J.V.; Winkler, T.; Leaf, B.; Clark, S.F.; Youker, B.

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Session 54: Municipal Wastewater Treatment Processes: New Clarifier Design MOP Part I

PRIMARY CLARIFIER DESIGN CONCEPTS AND CONSIDERATIONS
pp. 4417-4430(14)
Authors: Wahlberg, Eric J.; Stallings, Robert B.; Appleton, A. Ron

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CLARIFICATION CONCEPTS FOR TREATING PEAK WET WEATHER WASTEWATER FLOWS
pp. 4431-4444(14)
Author: Reardon, Roderick D.

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SECONDARY CLARIFIER DESIGN CONCEPTS AND CONSIDERATIONS
pp. 4445-4452(8)
Author: Jeyanayagam, Sam

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TERTIARY CLARIFIER DESIGN CONCEPTS AND CONSIDERATIONS
pp. 4453-4466(14)
Author: Reardon, Roderick D.

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MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF SECONDARY SETTLING TANKS
pp. 4467-4480(14)
Authors: McCorquodale, Alex; Zhou, Siping; Richardson, John

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Session 55: Residuals & Biosolids Management: Anaerobic Digestion

STEADY STATE MODEL TO PREDICT VOLATILE SOLIDS REDUCTION IN ANAEROBIC DIGESTION
pp. 4481-4495(15)
Authors: Kalogo, Youssouf; Bagley, David M.; Monteith, Hugh D.

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Performance and Stability of Two-Stage Anaerobic Digestion
pp. 4496-4521(26)
Authors: Zahller, J. D.; Bucher, Robert H.; Ferguson, J. F.; Stensel, H. D.

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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TEMPERATURE-PHASED DIGESTION TO SINGLE STAGE THERMOPHILIC AND MESOPHILIC DIGESTION
pp. 4522-4541(20)
Authors: Inman, David C.; Murthy, Sudhir; Bailey, Walter; Schafer, Perry; Webb, Jared; Novak, John T.

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THE STATE OF THE PRACTICE OF CLASS-A ANAEROBIC DIGESTION: UPDATE FOR 2005
pp. 4542-4559(18)
Authors: Willis, John; Schafer, Perry; Switzenbaum, Michael

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EXTENDED ACID-DIGESTION FOR FECAL COLIFORMS INACTIVATION
pp. 4560-4570(11)
Authors: Puchajda, B.; Oleszkiewicz, J.

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INFLUENCE OF STAGED OPERATION OF MESOPHILIC ANAEROBIC DIGESTION ON MICROBIAL REDUCTION
pp. 4571-4586(16)
Authors: Salsali, Hamidreza; Parker, Wayne; Sattar, Syed

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PROCESS DESIGN FOR CLASS A EGG-SHAPED DIGESTERS FACILITY AT DCWASA's BLUE PLAINS AWTP
pp. 4587-4614(28)
Authors: Schafer, Perry; Schlegel, Paul; Volpe, Gary; Bailey, Walt; Peot, Chris; Murthy, Sudhir; Carr, John; Sadick, Tom; Shea, Tim; Krugel, Steve; Niehoff, Hermann

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DON'T WASTE THE HEAT - USING ADVANCED DIGESTION (TPAD) WITH HEAT RECOVERY TO PRODUCE CLASS A BIOSOLIDS AT THE NINE SPRINGS WWTP
pp. 4615-4617(3)
Authors: Fronek, Scott; Clapp, Benjamin; Rowan, James; Santha, Hari

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Session 56: Collection Systems: Rehabilitation

PIPE RATING: A NEW APPROACH TO COLLECTION SYSTEM REHABILITATION
pp. 4618-4629(12)
Authors: Bradford, Ed; Mann, Eric

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I THOUGHT PIPE BURSTING WAS A TRENCHLESS TECHNOLOGY
pp. 4630-4647(18)
Author: Williams, Todd C.

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LATERALS AND MANHOLES: THE IMPORTANCE OF GETTING A GOOD SEAL
pp. 4648-4658(11)
Authors: Pennington, Robert A.; Gersley, Kristie A.; Zach, Alvin L.; George, John T.

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EMERGENCY IN THE ONION CREEK TUNNEL
pp. 4659-4666(8)
Authors: Rodriguez, Alberto; Pohren, Randy; Clark, James

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REVITALIZING A 90 YEAR OLD SEWER LINE WITH SEGMENTED SLIPLINING
pp. 4667-4676(10)
Authors: Villee, Rob; Martens, John; Madden, Daniel

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INSTALLATION OF SEKISUI SYSTEM INTO A RECTANGULAR CHANNEL
pp. 4677-4683(7)
Authors: Park, Jeong; Redd, Kenneth R.; Chang, Richard; Hanks, Keith; Haug, Tim

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THE USE OF TRENCHLESS AND SEMI-TRENCHLESS TECHNOLOGIES ON THE NEMASKET INTERCEPTOR SEWER IMPROVEMENT PROJECT, MIDDLEBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS
pp. 4684-4699(16)
Authors: Kolokithas, Peter J.; Passariello, Patricia C.; Healey, John F.; Ciaglo, Joseph M.

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Trenchless Rehabilitation in the Tidal zone Rehabilitation of Sewer Systems in Coastal Communities
pp. 4700-4701(2)
Authors: Edwards, Alan D.; Husselbee, Bruce; Williams, Albert

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Session 57: Collection Systems: Design and Construction: Lessons Learned

APPLICATION OF GEOPHYSICAL SURVEYS FOR SEWER DESIGN
pp. 4702-4711(10)
Author: Nowack, Kevin

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THE FORMATION OF FLUID MIGRATION PATHWAYS THROUGH UTILITY CONSTRUCTION
pp. 4712-4725(14)
Author: Voerg, Chretien T.

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HOW TO KEEP MURPHY OUT OF YOUR INTERCEPTOR SEWER PROJECT
pp. 4726-4751(26)
Authors: Johnson, Aaron; Vaughan, Matt; Kyser, Michael D.

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THE STUBBORN (AND UNFINISHED) RESTORATION OF A ROCK TUNNEL INTERCEPTOR
pp. 4752-4770(19)
Authors: Roll, Richard R.; Lannon, Robert P.; Cowan, Casey W.

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SIPHON DESIGN USING HDPE AND DIRECTIONAL DRILLING
pp. 4781-4798(18)
Authors: Bergholz, Russ; Deering, Steve

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MMSD WELCOMES NORTHWEST SIDE RELIEF TUNNEL ADDITION TO MILWAUKEE'S COLLECTION SYSTEM
pp. 4799-4818(20)
Authors: Shafer, Kevin; Martin, Michael; Maurer, Roger; Egger, David F.; Sanchez, Miguel A.

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Session 58: Stormwater Management: CSO Long Term Planning

USING WATER QUALITY MODELING TO SITE AN OUTFALL IN GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS
pp. 4819-4839(21)
Authors: Tsay, Sharon; Brocard, Dominique; Knowlton, David

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WORKING TOWARDS PERMITTING CSOs in CINCINNATI
pp. 4840-4855(16)
Authors: Hulley, Michael E.; Zukovs, George; Gray, Philip; Umberg, Martin

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THE THAMES TIDEWAY STRATEGIC STUDY
pp. 4856-4869(14)
Authors: Spillett, Peter; Brett, Howard

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Session 59: Stormwater Management: WERF Research: Post Project Monitoring of BMPs/SUDS to Determine Performance and Whole Life Costs

POST-PROJECT MONITORING OF BMPS/SUDS TO DETERMINE PERFORMANCE AND WHOLE LIFE COSTS
pp. 4886-4909(24)
Authors: Andrews, Howard O. (Andy); Lampe, Les K.

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STRUCTURAL BMP/SUDS MAINTENANCE – ACTIVITIES AND ASSOCIATED COSTS
pp. 4924-4939(16)
Authors: C., Jefferies; A., Duffy

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Session 60: Stormwater Management: Cutting Edge Stormwater Research

USE OF YARD WASTE COMPOST: EROSION REDUCTION FOR STORMWATER QUALITY PROTECTION
pp. 4940-4951(12)
Authors: Reinsch, Craig T.; Admiraal, David M.; Dvorak, Bruce I.

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STORMWATER SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN GRASS SWALES DURING SMALL RAINS
pp. 4952-4972(21)
Authors: Nara, Yukio; Pitt, Robert; Durrans, Rocky; Kirby, Jason

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POLLUTANT ASSOCIATIONS WITH PARTICULATES IN STORMWATER
pp. 4973-4999(27)
Authors: Morquecho, Renee; Pitt, Robert

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WERF: STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING STORMWATER:INFILTRATION VS. SURFACE WATER DISCHARGE
pp. 5000-5028(29)
Authors: Clark, Shirley E.; Baker, Katherine H.; Lalor, Melinda M.; Mikula, J. Bradley; Burkhardt, Catherine S.

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REMOVAL OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS FROM RUNOFF USING NATURAL SORBENTS
pp. 5029-5043(15)
Authors: Rotwiron, Paritta; Khaodhir, Sutha; Khan, Eakalak

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DISTRIBUTION OF PATHOGENIC INDICATOR BACTERIA IN STRUCTURAL BMP
pp. 5044-5057(14)
Authors: Zhang, Xiaoqi (Jackie); Lulla, Mukesh

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