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SHARON process stability modeled by BioWin

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Abstract:

Over the last years, increasing attention is being paid to treatment of return liquor and other high-strength ammonia streams in so-called sidestream processes. With 6 full scale references and over 10 years of operational experience, the SHARON process has proven to be able to remove nitrogen from return liquor to a high extent. However, up to now there was no model available that could predict the effect of SHARON on the performance of the main treatment plant. The development of such a model is described in this article. SHARON process data were used to develop a SHARON-module within BioWin. The results show that it is now possible to model the key SHARON processes; moreover, the effect of common changes in return liquor feed can be simulated.

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: https://doi.org/10.2175/193864708788804748

Publication date: 2008-01-01

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