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Aspects on ADM1 Implementation within the BSM2 Framework

Rosén, Christian LU and Jeppsson, Ulf LU (2005) In TEIE 7224.
Abstract
The current work of developing a control simulation benchmark goes back to the work carried out within the COST

Action 682 (“Integrated Wastewater Management”) and the IAWQ Task Group on Respirometry-Based control of the

Activated Sludge Process in the late 90s. The work was continued in COST Action 624 until 2003 (Copp 2002). In

2005, the IWA Task Group on Benchmarking of Control Strategies for Wastewater Treatment Plants (BSM TG) was

initiated and is now responsible for the continued development of the benchmark work.

This report describes the development of the Lund implementation of the Anaerobic Digester Model No 1 (ADM1).

The aim of the report is to give an insight and rationale... (More)
The current work of developing a control simulation benchmark goes back to the work carried out within the COST

Action 682 (“Integrated Wastewater Management”) and the IAWQ Task Group on Respirometry-Based control of the

Activated Sludge Process in the late 90s. The work was continued in COST Action 624 until 2003 (Copp 2002). In

2005, the IWA Task Group on Benchmarking of Control Strategies for Wastewater Treatment Plants (BSM TG) was

initiated and is now responsible for the continued development of the benchmark work.

This report describes the development of the Lund implementation of the Anaerobic Digester Model No 1 (ADM1).

The aim of the report is to give an insight and rationale for the various changes and extensions made to the original

model as reported in Batstone et al. (2002). Since the ADM1 was developed for general modelling of anaerobic

digestion, opposed to for instance the ASM models, which were specifically developed for wastewater treatment,

Batstone et al. (2002) leave some choices to the model implementor and this report will discuss how these choices

were made in order to make this specific implementation as suitable for wastewater treatment sludge digestion as

possible. The implementation was initiated by the inclusion of the sludge treatment in the IWA benchmark simulation

model (BSM) to form a plant-wide or "within-the-fence" model. (Less)
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  abstract     = {The current work of developing a control simulation benchmark goes back to the work carried out within the COST<br/><br>
Action 682 (“Integrated Wastewater Management”) and the IAWQ Task Group on Respirometry-Based control of the<br/><br>
Activated Sludge Process in the late 90s. The work was continued in COST Action 624 until 2003 (Copp 2002). In<br/><br>
2005, the IWA Task Group on Benchmarking of Control Strategies for Wastewater Treatment Plants (BSM TG) was<br/><br>
initiated and is now responsible for the continued development of the benchmark work.<br/><br>
This report describes the development of the Lund implementation of the Anaerobic Digester Model No 1 (ADM1).<br/><br>
The aim of the report is to give an insight and rationale for the various changes and extensions made to the original<br/><br>
model as reported in Batstone et al. (2002). Since the ADM1 was developed for general modelling of anaerobic<br/><br>
digestion, opposed to for instance the ASM models, which were specifically developed for wastewater treatment,<br/><br>
Batstone et al. (2002) leave some choices to the model implementor and this report will discuss how these choices<br/><br>
were made in order to make this specific implementation as suitable for wastewater treatment sludge digestion as<br/><br>
possible. The implementation was initiated by the inclusion of the sludge treatment in the IWA benchmark simulation<br/><br>
model (BSM) to form a plant-wide or "within-the-fence" model.},
  author       = {Rosén, Christian and Jeppsson, Ulf},
  language     = {eng},
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  series       = {TEIE},
  title        = {Aspects on ADM1 Implementation within the BSM2 Framework},
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  year         = {2005},
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