E-post: stefan [dot] diehl [at] math [dot] lth [dot] se
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- Fast reliable simulations of secondary settling tanks in wastewater treatment with semi-implicit time discretization
- Impact on sludge inventory and control strategies using the Benchmark Simulation Model No. 1 with the Bürger-Diehl settler model
- Numerical identification of constitutive functions in scalar nonlinear convection-diffusion equations with application to batch sedimentation
- Optimal steady-state design of zone volumes of bioreactors with Monod growth kinetics
- A consistent modelling methodology for secondary settling tanks: A reliable numerical method.
- A reduced-order ODE-PDE model for the activated sludge process in wastewater treatment: Classification and stability of steady states
- Control of an ideal activated sludge process in wastewater treatment via an ODE–PDE model
- Convexity-preserving flux identification for scalar conservation laws modelling sedimentation
- Towards improved 1-D settler modelling: calibration of the Bürger model and case study
- Towards improved 1-D settler modelling: impact on control strategies using the Benchmark Simulation Model
- A reliable numerical method for secondary settling modelling
- Derivative-free Parameter Optimization of Functional Mock-up Units
- Fundamental nonlinearities of the reactor-settler interaction in the activated sludge process
- On reliable and unreliable numerical methods for the simulation of secondary settling tanks in wastewater treatment
- Shock-wave behaviour of sedimentation in wastewater treatment: a rich problem
- A conservation law with point source and discontinuous flux function modelling continuous sedimentation.
- An evaluation of a dynamic model of the secondary clarifier
- On the modelling of the dynamic propagation of biological components in the secondary clarifier
- Scalar conservation laws with discontinuous flux function: I. The viscous profile condition.
- Scalar conservation laws with discontinuous flux function: II. On the stability of the viscous profiles.