Process Automation: Wastewater treatment
Identify the optimization potentials in municipal wastewater treatment plants
In the past, the wastewater treatment focused on the cleaning performance, i.e. the elimination of the so-called nutrition parameters (N, P). Today topics like energy efficiency, amount of additives used and process stability have gained importance. It is only state-of-the-art measurement and control engineering which permits that all of the different aspects can be optimized at the same time.
Actual training dates available on request. Please contact us for more information.
|21.03.2017 - 23.03.2017||Stuttgart (Büsnau) Germany||2100 CHF||Sign up|
|26.09.2017 - 28.09.2017||Stuttgart (Büsnau) Germany||&nbps;||Sign up|
Participants will run two fully functional micro wastewater treatment plants on the basis of so-called normal operation. The inlet and organic load will be changed according to the typical inlet conditions of a real wastewater treatment plant
The results will be analyzed and in addition different automation concepts reviewed
The system load and process parameters will be modified in such a manner, that the combined reaction of cleaning process, field instrumentation and control strategy can be examined
Who should attend?
Plant operators and builders who want to achieve a comprehensive understanding of instrumentation and advanced control loop design in municipal wastewater treatment
Hands on lessons in small groups