process modeling

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Using Data to Optimize Processes: Part IV—Minimizing Total THM Formation in a Distribution System

Here is the latest post in the series “Using Data to Optimize Processes,” by Ruby Daamen and John Cook from ADMI. As has been demonstrated from previous articles in this series, data can be used to build process models for both natural systems such as rivers, estuaries and groundwater movement over expansive areas, but can … Continue reading

Using Data to Optimize Processes: Part III—Minimizing THM Formation within a WTP

Here is another great post in the series, “Using Data to Optimize Processes” by Ruby Daaman and John Cook of ADMI. This is the third installment focusing on minimizing THM formation within a water treatment plant. As always if you want to contact John personally please email him: john.cook@advdmi.com and now… It has been demonstrated … Continue reading

Developing Process Models: Part II—TOC Removal in Sedimentation

The series on developing process models continues with this article from John Cook and Ruby Daaman of ADMI on optimizing the removal of total organic carbon TOC through a conventional sedimentation process.  This case study is based on a 24 MGD conventional WTP with a reservoir source of supply and highly variable TOC. TOC Historical … Continue reading

Using Data to Build Process Models: Part I – Introduction

We have a great new series this week from guest bloggers John B. Cook and Edwin Roehl of ADMI on “Using Data to Build Process Models.” As always we’d love to hear your comments and feedback. Difference between Data and Information The power behind collecting data is not the ability to collect and store it; … Continue reading