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WEFTEC 2008: Session 21 through Session 30

Session 21: Enterprise Asset Management and GIS Applications I

Is Your CMMS Helping Your Performance? Using Business Process Mapping to Enhance CMMS Value
pp. 1476-1495(20)
Authors: Brough, Kerry; McKibben, Jim; Maze, Ron; Weiss, Lori

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The E in EAM
pp. 1496-1508(13)
Author: Yoshida, Gary K.

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Mobile CMMS Solutions Jump Starts Asset Management
pp. 1509-1520(12)
Authors: Yee, Vincent; Naik, Gaja

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Planning for Enhanced Asset Management in San Francisco
pp. 1523-1530(8)
Authors: Heart, Simon; Hurst, Karen

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Automating One-Call Utility Locating Requests Utilizing Dig-Smart
pp. 1531-1536(6)
Authors: Fritz, Bill; Fisher, Frank; Schoenberg, Jim

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Session 22: AEESP Lecture and Microbial Fuel Cells

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Optimizing Hydrogen Production from Organic Wastewater
pp. 1604-1612(9)
Authors: Sharma, Yogesh; Li, Baikun

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Session 23: Wastewater Plant Modeling: Hydraulics and Physical Operations

Thirty Years of Sedimentation Tanks Modeling Learning from Experience
pp. 1613-1619(7)
Authors: Gerges, Hany; McCorquodale, Alex

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The Use of 3-Dimensional CFD Modelling to Evaluate Modifications to Large Centrally Scraped Secondary Clarifiers
pp. 1620-1639(20)
Authors: Rabinowitz, Barry; Zhou, Siping; Fries, M. Kim; Sela, Yuval

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Calibration and Validation of State-of-the-Art Dynamic Hydraulic Model for a 450 mgd Facility
pp. 1640-1656(17)
Authors: Griborio, Alonso; Wang, T.J.; Vinci, Paul J.; Cisterna, Rick; Ferguson, James; Kronheim, Steve

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Development & Application of an Automated CFD Tool for Modelling Wastewater Clarifiers
pp. 1657-1668(12)
Authors: Robinson, C. M. E.; Burt, D. J.; Egarr, D. A.; Nair, A.K.

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Developing State-of-the-Art Hydraulic Model Integrating Hydraulic Profile with Flow Distribution
pp. 1669-1670(2)
Authors: Gerges, Hany; Goodwin, Dan; Williams, Rob; Yu, William; McCorquodale, J.A.

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Session 24: Don't Forget the Head of the Plant: Preliminary and Primary Treatment

Rotating Belt Screens: An Attractive Alternative for Primary Treatment of Municipal Wastewater
pp. 1671-1687(17)
Authors: Sutton, Paul M.; Rusten, Bjorn; Ghanam, Alan; Dawson, Robert; Kelly, Harlan

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Grit Removal System Evaluation – Comparison of Testing Methodologies
pp. 1688-1697(10)
Authors: Funk, Regina Rigsby; Kelly, John; Mrkvicka, Rodney S.

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CFD Modeling Optimizes the Design of Primary Settling Tanks at MWRDGC's Calumet Water Reclamation Plant
pp. 1698-1713(16)
Authors: Podczerwinski, Edward; Brosius, Edward; Weber, Thomas; Garcia, Marcelo; Liu, Xiaofeng; Brunner, Craig; Cockerill, Eric

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Fine Mesh, Rotating Belt Sieve for Primary Treatment of Municipal Wastewater: Pilot Project Results
pp. 1714-1718(5)
Authors: Bronn, Tim; Newcombe, Remembrance L.; Fiepke, Steve

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Session 25: Phosphorus Removal

How Biological Phosphorous Removal is Inhibited by Collection System Corrosion and Odor Control Practices
pp. 1719-1735(17)
Authors: Kobylinski, Ed; Van Durme, Gayle; Barnard, James; Massart, Neil; Koh, Sock-Hoon

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A Tale of Two Plants: Same City, Same Process, Different Effluent TN and TP
pp. 1736-1751(16)
Authors: Bilyk, Katya; Rohrbacher, Joe; Taylor, Ron; Pitt, Paul; Latimer, Ron; Dodson, Bob; Dodson, John

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ChemP or BioP? Why Not Both?
pp. 1752-1764(13)
Authors: Conklin, Anne; McCormick, Jeff; Spani, Carlo; Sunderland, Perry; Shanley, Rick; Narayanan, B.

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Comparative Assessment of a Novel MBR and A2O for Biological Nutrient Removal
pp. 1765-1774(10)
Authors: Kim, MinGu; Nakhla, George

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RAS Fermentation to Enhance Biological Phosphorus Removal
pp. 1775-1789(15)
Authors: Vale, Peter; Barnard, James; Thomas, David; Dold, Peter

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Troubleshooting Biological Phosphorus Removal – The Middle Atlantic Experience
pp. 1790-1808(19)
Authors: Rohrbacher, Joe; Bilyk, Katya; Latimer, Ron; Taylor, Ron; Pitt, Paul

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Startup and Initial Operation of a Greenfield Enhanced Nutrient Removal Wastewater Treatment Facility
pp. 1809-1818(10)
Authors: Maillard, Vince; Sturdevant, Jeff; Moffett, Paul; Abbott, Doug

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Session 26: Emerging Challenges with Chlorine Disinfection

Disinfection of Membrane Bioreactor Permeate Using Free Chlorine: Virus Inactivation and Disinfection Byproducts Formation
pp. 1819-1831(13)
Authors: Mansell, Bruce; Huitric, Shiaw-Jy; Munakata, Naoko; Kuo, Jeff; Tang, Chi-Chung; Ackman, Philip; Friess, Philip L.; Selna, Michael W.

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Full-Scale Evaluation of THMs Formation and Minimization of THMs via Chloramination
pp. 1850-1859(10)
Authors: Erdal, Ufuk G.; Chaney, Kirby; Ganesan, Sridhar; Daigger, Glen T.

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Disinfecting Secondary Wastewater Effluent Using the CT Approach
pp. 1860-1876(17)
Authors: Schulz, Christopher; Kriss, Jim; Walker, Steve; Carver, Mike

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Evaluating Enhanced Chlorination as a Process for Meeting Strict Disinfection Standards
pp. 1877-1895(19)
Authors: Umble, Art; Gritzik, Michael; Prevatt, Jeff; Leong, Lawrence Y.C.; Murray, David; Jeyanayagam, Sam; Phillips, Jennifer

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Factorial Analysis of Trihalomethanes Formation in Drinking Water
pp. 1896-1913(18)
Authors: Chowdhury, Shakhawat; Champagne, Pascale; McLellan, P. James

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Outfall Disinfection Innovation: G.E. Booth (Lakeview) WWTP Mississauga (Toronto), Ontario, Canada
pp. 1914-1921(8)
Authors: Partington, Sean; Fernandes, William; McKeown, Nevin; Welp, James E.; Bollier, Goerge

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Comparison of reaction kinetics under varying conditions for dechlorination chemicals
pp. 1922-1931(10)
Authors: Basu, O.D.; Weerasinghe, B.N.

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Wastewater Chloramination For Use in Trihalomethane Formation Control
pp. 1932-1939(8)
Authors: Petrauski, Glen D.; Brandes, James L.; Matteson, Howard S.; Christie, Simone

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Validation of the Feasibility of the New Bromodichloromethane Regulations in the City of Largo Wastewater Reclamation Facility
pp. 1940-1954(15)
Authors: Stitt, Brian; Öztürk, Zuhal; Dicus, Leland; Race, Robert; Mysore, Chandra

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Session 27: Sludge Minimization/Pretreatment

The characteristics of products from sewage sludge pyrolysis by microwave
pp. 1955-1963(9)
Authors: Yu, Tian; Wei, Zuo; Jun, Nan; Bo, Sun

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Performance of Sludge Disintegration Process by Ozonation Installed in Full-Scale Municipal WWTPs in Japan
pp. 1979-1995(17)
Authors: Mizuta, Kentaro; Shimada, Masao; Inoki, Hiromasa

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Blending Raw Sludges with Pump Mix Systems
pp. 1996-2004(9)
Authors: McCormick, Jeff; Peterson, John; Dorsch, Glenn

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Using a Pulsed Electric Field as a Pretreatment for Improved Biosolids Digestion and Methanogenesis
pp. 2005-2018(14)
Authors: Salerno, Michael B.; Lee, Hyung-Sool; Parameswaran, Prathap; Rittmann, Bruce E.

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Session 28: Private Property…Not So Private Anymore

Reducing Pollution Can Increase Pollution
pp. 2030-2033(4)
Authors: Mass, Sandy; Carlson, Todd; Guerrero, Greg; Lipinski, Steve

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Comprehensive Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation: Addressing Private Property I/I
pp. 2034-2051(18)
Authors: Wold, Derek J.; Swirsky, Robert

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Private Property Virtual Library Where We've Been and Where We're Going
pp. 2052-2060(9)
Authors: Davidson, Jaime; Carter, Bill; Chase, Laurie; Cohen, Bruce; McLamarrah, Jane

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Bursting the Private Sector Bubble
pp. 2061-2072(12)
Authors: Aillet, Richard R.; Harris, James; Hughes, Thea; Tumulty, Timothy; Forbes, James H.

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The Final Frontier for Inflow/Infiltration Removal: Going Where No One Has Gone Before
pp. 2073-2086(14)
Authors: Nelson, Richard; Varghese, Vinta; Brooks, Carl

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Lessons Learned During Sewer Rehabilitation on Public and Private Property, City of Westlake, Ohio
pp. 2087-2093(7)
Authors: Belz, Scott E.; Smolik, James J.; Kelly, Robert P.; Blanc, Anthony J.; McCallops, David G.

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Identifying Sources of Seawater Intrusion and Chlorides in Sewer Collections Systems
pp. 2094-2105(12)
Authors: Champlin, Tory; Greer, Glenn; VerDier, Stanley

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Session 29: Modeling for Water Quality Management Decision Support

Stochastic Calibration of Riverine Water Quality Models
pp. 2106-2121(16)
Authors: Parker, Geoff T.; Droste, Ronald L.; Rennie, Colin D.

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Development and Application of a Water Quality Management Model of Onondaga Lake, NY
pp. 2142-2151(10)
Authors: Rhea, James R.; Mugunthan, Pradeep; Glaser, David; Russell, Kevin; Mastriano, Joseph J.

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Development of a Dynamic Model for WQBEL Calculation
pp. 2152-2171(20)
Authors: Mysliwiec, Mitchell J.; Lewis, William P.

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Assimilative Capacity Modelling of Collingwood Harbour: A Case Study on the Selection of Effluent Limits for Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion
pp. 2172-2185(14)
Authors: Brewer, Heather M.; Godin, George; Cunderlik, Juraj M.; Houghton, Ed; Firman, Marcus; Green, Don

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Assessing Water Quality Impacts due to Regulatory Permit Limit Changes - A City's Look Ahead
pp. 2202-2220(19)
Authors: Hillis, Courtney; Smith, Kathleen

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Session 30: Manage “Overflows” to Meet LTCPs

Large-Scale Stormwater Management in an Urban Area Served by Combined Sewers: A Green Approach to Overflow Control
pp. 2221-2232(12)
Authors: Myers, D.; Smullen, J.; Reynolds, S.; Cammarata, M.

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Construction and Abatement of the Largest CSO on the Connecticut River
pp. 2233-2240(8)
Authors: Fuqua, William D.; Jagelavicius, Ralph J.

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Theoretical Development of a Wet Weather Design Event
pp. 2241-2258(18)
Authors: Mau, Russell; Hufnagel, Carol; Hendron, Lars

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Implementing a Sewer Overflow Consent Decree through Watershed Management
pp. 2267-2283(17)
Authors: Nemura, Adrienne D.; Turner, Carrie L.; Gibson, James P.; Turner, Jim; Vatter, Brandon; Zettler, Dante; Grant, Geoffrey M.; Fitzgerald, Sean; Lyons, John

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Innovative Level of Service Approach to SSO Planning Moves Towards Implementation
pp. 2284-2298(15)
Authors: Rowland, J. Kirk; Barnes, David A.; Kleyman, Jerry

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Application of Modeling shows that Downspout Disconnect Program Can Eliminate Sensitive CSO
pp. 2299-2312(14)
Authors: Duffy, Sean; Hyland, Ray; Lienhard, Eric

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