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WEFTEC 2012: Session 71 through Session 80

Session 71: Reuse Augmentation With Process and Concentrate Streams

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Effects of Operational and Cleaning Practices on Membrane Fouling during the Reclamation of Secondary Effluent from a Wastewater Treatment Plant
pp. 5255-5269(15)
Authors: Kasi, Murthy; Ahlschlager, Steve; Ritterman, Kent; Hausauer, Jim; Hoff, Jeff; Khan, Eakalak

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Session 72: Changing Paradigms

Life Cycle Assessment Of An Urban Water System On the East Coast Of Australia
pp. 5278-5307(30)
Authors: de Haas, David; Lane, Joe; Lant, Paul

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Session 73: Shaken, Not Stirred: Natural Disaster Resilience

Damage to sewage treatment systems caused by the Great East Japan Earthquake and the government's response
pp. 5333-5347(15)
Authors: Matsuhashi, Manabu; Kato, Hiroyuki; Fukatani, Wataru; Tsushima, Ikuo; Yokota, Toshihiro; Horie, Nobuyuki

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Hazard Mitigation Planning for Utilities: Forming Partnerships for Leveraging Resources and Funding Opportunities
pp. 5348-5351(4)
Authors: Horton, Tommy B.; Fernandez, Edward J.; Lant, Paul

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Assessing Risk to Critical Facilities in the Floodplain
pp. 5352-5359(8)
Author: Foster, Manabu A.

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Session 74: Digestion and Sludge Minimization

Anaerobic Co-Digestion Changes Microbial Community and Synergistically Increases Biogas Production in Municipal Digesters
pp. 5360-5378(19)
Authors: Navaratnam, Navaneethan; Topczewski, Peter; Maki, James; Zitomer, Daniel H.

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Bioaugmentation Can Increase Steady-State Methane Production and COD Reduction in Anaerobic Digesters
pp. 5379-5391(13)
Authors: Venkiteshwaran, Kaushik; Seib, Matthew; Bocher, Benjamin; Zitomer, Daniel

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A Novel Approach of Preserved, Dried Methanogenic Biomass for Bioaugmentation and Standard Laboratory Applications
pp. 5392-5402(11)
Authors: Bhattad, Ujwal H.; Cherukuri, Keerthi; Maki, James S.; Zitomer, Daniel H.

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Life Cycle Assessment of Grease Trap Waste Co-Digestion, Land Application, and Composting
pp. 5413-5418(6)
Authors: Long, J. Hunter; Ducoste, Joel J.; Aziz, Tarek N.

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Anaerobic Co-Digestion of Grease Trap Waste
pp. 5428-5434(7)
Authors: Wang, Ling; Aziz, Tarek N.; Ducoste, Joel; de los Reyes, Francis L.

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Session 75: Biofilm Processes

Calibration Protocol for the Particulate Biofilm Models Used in Biological Wastewater Treatment
pp. 5435-5447(13)
Authors: Eldyasti, Ahmed; Nakhla, George; Zhu, Jesse

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Wastewater Treatment using Activated Carbon Nanofiber Anode Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs)
pp. 5448-5457(10)
Authors: Karra, Udayarka; Manickam, Seetha S.; McCutcheon, Jeffrey R.; Li, Baikun

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The Air-based Membrane Biofilm Reactor (MBfR) For Energy Efficient Wastewater Treatment
pp. 5458-5485(28)
Authors: Aybar, Marcelo; Pizarro, Gonzalo; Martin, Kelly; Boltz, Joshua; Downing, Leon; Nerenberg, Robert

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Quantifying the Impact of Mass Transfer in Nitrifying Bioreactors that Incorporate Free Moving Plastic Biofilm Carrier Systems
pp. 5486-5493(8)
Authors: Soreanu, Gabriela; Lishman, Lori; Stricker, Anne; Boltz, Joshua P.

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Session 76: Advances in Biological Treatment of Industrial Wastewater: Case Histories

Fluidized Bed Bioreactor Technology: Implementation and Operation for Industrial Contaminated Water Treatment
pp. 5494-5505(12)
Authors: Webster, Todd S.; Enegess, Dave; Frisch, Sam

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Mixed Aeration: Using Pure Oxygen to Supplement Oxygen Requirements in High Rate Processes
pp. 5506-5518(13)
Authors: Connery, Karen; Fabiyi, Malcolm; Raugust, Gunther

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Biological Treatment of Chemical Agent Hydrolysate by Immobilized Cell Bioreactor Technology
pp. 5540-5555(16)
Authors: Nurdogan, Yakup; Myler, Craig A.; Lecakes, George D.; Usinowicz, Paul J.; Blumenstein, Eric P.

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Session 77: Lessons in Automatic Process Control

Detroit Water Experience With Unidirectional Gateways
pp. 5564-5569(6)
Authors: Saparia, Biren; Ginter, Andrew

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UK Experiences of Full Scale Activated Sludge Real Time Control Systems
pp. 5570-5588(19)
Authors: Sunner, Narinder; Haeck, Michael; Thornton, Andrew

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Lessons Learned Deploying a SCADA System in a Design-Build Project
pp. 5589-5603(15)
Authors: Michnovez, Eric; Harvey, Glenn; Bennett, Steven

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Advancements in Instrumentation and Control - Fieldbus Technology
pp. 5611-5621(11)
Author: Yegnaraman, Manoj

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Implementation and Results of a Feed-Forward Process Controller
pp. 5622-5641(20)
Authors: Gray, Matthew; McQuarrie, Jim; Kestel, Steven; Phillips, Heather; Stahl, Tilo

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Achieving ENR on the Potomac: Navigating the Currents of Automation for Enhanced Nutrient Removal
pp. 5642-5659(18)
Authors: Kowalski, Ryan; DiDio, Chris; Rodizianko, Nick; Rogers, Alan; Sutton, Antron

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Session 78: Solids Settling and Separation

The Dirty Secret of Primary Sludge Prefermenters
pp. 5660-5671(12)
Authors: Bratby, John; Fevig, Stephanie; Jimenez, Jose

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Optimizing Primary Sedimentation and Wet Weather Flow Treatment Using CFD Modeling
pp. 5672-5690(19)
Authors: Esping, Don; Shaposka, Harry; Wahlberg, Eric; Ifft, J.; McCorquodale, J. Alex

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Restoring Lost WWTP Capacity through Innovative Technologies
pp. 5691-5698(8)
Authors: McElroy, Rob; Caudle, Jim; Lyndall, Danny; Immel, Melinda

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Demonstration-Scale of Primary Solids Harvesting for Energy Recovery at the UC Davis Wastewater Treatment Plant
pp. 5699-5714(16)
Authors: Franchi, Alessandro; Stedman, Ken; Mitchell, Chris

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A Review of Vortex Grit Basin Design
pp. 5715-5734(20)
Author: Pretorius, Coenraad F.

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Settling Transition Concentration Measurement to Quantify Sludge Settling Behavior
pp. 5735-5746(12)
Authors: Egala, Abdul Mancell; Kinnear, David; Murthy, Sudhir; Jones, Kimberly

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Session 79: Innovations in Nitrogen Removal

Updating an Old Approach to Solve a Modern Problem to Remove Nitrogen (and Saving Money in the Process)
pp. 5747-5760(14)
Authors: Brink, William; Copithorn, Rhodes; Drainville, Marc; Perri, Kristi; Young, Thor

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Mainstream partial nitritation/anammox: Balancing overall sustainability with energy savings
pp. 5761-5770(10)
Authors: De Clippeleir, H.; Weissenbacher, N.; Schaubroeck, T.; Hell, M.; Boeckx, P.; Boon, N.; Wett, B.

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“Doing the Two-Step” – Reduced Energy Consumption Sparks Renewed Interest in Multistage Biological Treatment
pp. 5771-5783(13)
Authors: Constantine, Tim; Houweling, Dwight; Kraemer, Jeremy

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Achieving Sustainable State-of-the-Art Treatment for Nutrient Removal at the Alexandria Renew Enterprises Water Resources Recovery Facility
pp. 5784-5794(11)
Authors: Sanjines, Paula; DuVal, Jeffrey F.; Everette, Rickie L.; Daigger, Glen

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Economic Evaluation of Alternatives for Sidestream Nutrient Removal and Recovery
pp. 5795-5807(13)
Authors: Khunjar, Wendell; Bilyk, Katya; Taylor, Ron; Pitt, Paul; Wankmuller, David

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A/B Process Pilot Optimized for Nitrite Shunt: High Rate Carbon Removal Followed by BNR with Ammonia-Based Cyclic Aeration Control
pp. 5808-5825(18)
Authors: Miller, Mark W.; Bunce, Ryder; Regmi, Pusker; Hingley, Daniel M.; Kinnear, Dave; Murthy, Sudhir; Wett, Bernhard; Bott, Charles B.

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Full-Plant Deammonification for Low-Energy, Low-Carbon Nitrogen Removal
pp. 5826-5831(6)
Authors: O'Shaughnessy, M.; Wett, B.; Murthy, S.; Bott, C.; de Barbadillo, C.; Kinnear, D.; Neethling, J.B.; Shaw, A.; Stinson, B.; Barnard, J.

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Session 80: Managing Your Gas

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Finding the Sweet Spot: Maximizing Regional Biosolids Energy Potential for the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission through the use of Combined Heat and Power
pp. 5853-5876(24)
Authors: Chianelli, J.; Davies, G.; Orf, M. Abu; Stinson, B.; Peric, M.; Goss, T.; Taylor, R.; Hartz, F.; Amad, S.; Belschner, D.

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Janesville WWTP Employs Multiple Uses for Digester Gas
pp. 5877-5889(13)
Authors: Kemp, Jay S.; Lynch, Daniel L.

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Case Studies in Bioenergy Deployment
pp. 5890-5902(13)
Authors: Tower, Paul; Kunze, Richard; Staško, John C.; Vollmann, Joseph

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