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Modellierung in der Siedlungswasserwirtschaft

Dozenten / Betreuer

  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karl-Heinz Rosenwinkel
  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stephan Köster
  • M. Sc. Dagmar Pohl
  • Dipl.-Ing. Jakub Krajewski
  • M. Sc. Ina Feldkämper

Studien-/ Prüfungsleistungen

  • mündliche Prüfung
  • Hausarbeit

Ziel des Moduls

The goal of this course is to show the methods of biological and technical modelling of wastewater treatment processes and to give an overview how it is used in sanitary engineering. By building up wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) models and simulation of different operation settings the students gain their first experience with the modelling software SIMBA classroom. The course is especially for those students, how would like to deepen their study in the field of modelling within e.g. their master thesis.

After successful completion of this module, students are able to

- assess capacity and limitations of models;

- create computer-based, technical models for limited questions;

- understand the biological models ASM 1-3 and ADM, their processes and kinetic parameters as the basics of the simulation software SIMBA classroom;

- understand the main processes in sanitary engineering (sewer, wastewater treatment, sludge treatment) and transform them into a model with the simulation software SIMBA classroom;

- critically scrutinize results of simultions.

Inhalt des Moduls

  • basic concepts of modelling technique, model building and model types
  • representing the main processes of sanitary engineering (sewer, WWTP) by transferring into a model
  • mathematical formulation and understanding of models for physical, chemical and biological processes
  • transformation of typical control concepts for treatment plants
  • natural scientific basics and proceedings to discover physical-chemical and biological parameters (analysis/calibration)
  • application of simulation software SIMBA classroom
  • from model idea to dynamic simulation calculation based on the example of a wastewater treatment/WWTP
  • performance of example calculations and interpretation of simulation results
  • deepening understanding of the process

Empfohlene Vorkenntnisse

  • Umweltbiologie und -chemie
  • Siedlungswasserwirtschaft und Abfalltechnik
  • Abwassertechnik

Literatur

  • Henze et al., Wastewater treatment, Biological and Chemical Processes, Springer-Verlag, 1995
  • Schütze, Modelling, Simulation and Control of Urban Wastewater Systems, Springer, 2002
  • Makinia, Mathematical Modelling and Computer Simulation of Activated Sludge Systems, IWA Publishing, 2010

Besonderheiten

  • Aufgrund der begrenzten Anzahl an Computerarbeitsplätzen ist dieses Modul teilnehmerbegrenzt. Die Platzvergabe erfolgt über die rechtzeitige Anmeldung in StudIP.
  • Wöchentlich werden 2 SWS als Vorlesung, Übung oder betreutes Arbeiten im CIP-Pool/Seminarraum angeboten
  • Semesterbegleitend ist eine Hausarbeit anzufertigen (Notengewichtung 50%).
  • Zusätzlich ist eine mündliche Prüfung abzulegen (Notengewichtung 50%).
  • Wahlweise kann die Hausarbeit und/oder die Prüfung auf deutsch/englisch abgelegt werden.