Multi-objective optimization of large-size wastewater treatment plants operation and design

Abstract : This paper deals with the multi-objective optimal control of a small-size wastewater treatment plant, where the excess sludge produced is incinerated for electricity production. The trade-offs between the treatment quality and operating costs are characterized. Emphasis is put on a proper formulation of the problem so as to get physically relevant solutions. Sludge incineration is shown to be quite profitable energetically, especially when a high nitrogen discharge is tolerated.
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Rainier Hreiz, Roche N., Benyahia B., M.A. Latifi. Multi-objective optimization of large-size wastewater treatment plants operation and design. Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, 2015, 37, pp.2495-2500. 〈10.1016/B978-0-444-63576-1.50110-2〉. 〈hal-01300390〉

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