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Water Science & Technology

Volume 54 Number 4

Anaerobic Digestion Model No 1 - Developments and Applications

Contents

A review of ADM1 extensions, applications, and analysis: 2002–2005
D.J. Batstone, J. Keller and J.P. Steyer.......... 1–10
Implementing ADM1 for plant-wide benchmark simulations in Matlab/Simulink
C. Rosen, D. Vrecko, K.V. Gernaey, M.N. Pons and U. Jeppsson.......... 11–19
Activity corrections for ionization constants in defined media
S.A. Smith and S. Chen.......... 21–29
Identifiability study of the proteins degradation model, based on ADM1, using simultaneous batch experiments
X. Flotats, J. Palatsi, B.K. Ahring and I. Angelidaki.......... 31–39
An extension of the Anaerobic Digestion Model No. 1 to include the effect of nitrate reduction processes
A.E. Tugtas, U. Tezel and S.G. Pavlostathis.......... 41–49
Critical analysis of some concepts proposed in ADM1
R. Kleerebezem and M.C.M. van Loosdrecht.......... 51–57
Use of the ADM1 to investigate the effects of acetoclastic methanogen population dynamics on mesophilic digester stability
A.J. Straub, A.S.Q. Conklin, J.F. Ferguson and H.D. Stensel.......... 59–66
Description of nitrogen incorporation and release in ADM1
B. Wett, A. Eladawy and M. Ogurek.......... 67–76
Applications and limitations of ADM 1 in municipal wastewater solids treatment
B.R. Johnson and Y. Shang.......... 77–82
An approach for substrate mapping between ASM and ADM1 for sludge digestion
H. Yasui, M. Sugimoto, K. Komatsu, R. Goel, Y.Y. Li and T. Noike.......... 83–92
ADM1 application for tuning and performance analysis of a multi-model observer-based estimator
E. Morel, B. Tartakovsky, S.R. Guiot and M. Perrier.......... 93–100
Variable stoichiometry with thermodynamic control in ADM1
J. Rodríguez, J.M. Lema, M.C.M. van Loosdrecht and R. Kleerebezem.......... 101–110
Modifying ADM1 to include formation and emission of odourants
W.J. Parker and G.-H. Wu.......... 111–117
Simulation of DEHP biodegradation and sorption during the anaerobic digestion of secondary sludge
M.S. Fountoulakis, K. Stamatelatou, D.J. Batstone and G. Lyberatos.......... 119–128
Modelling anaerobic digestion acclimatisation to a biodegradable toxicant: application to cyanide
U. Zaher, M.S. Moussa, I.N. Widyatmika, P. van Der Steen, H.J. Gijzen and P.A. Vanrolleghem.......... 129–137
Parameter analysis of the IWA Anaerobic Digestion Model No. 1 for the anaerobic digestion of blackwater with kitchen refuse
Y. Feng, J. Behrendt, C. Wendland and R. Otterpohl.......... 139–147
Application of ADM1 for the simulation of anaerobic digestion of olive pulp under mesophilic and thermophilic conditions
H. Kalfas, I.V. Skiadas, H.N. Gavala, K. Stamatelatou and G. Lyberatos.......... 149–156
ADM1-based methodology for the characterisation of the influent sludge in anaerobic reactors
E. Huete, M. de Gracia, E. Ayesa and J.L. Garcia-Heras.......... 157–166
Waste characterization for implementation in ADM1
R. Kleerebezem and M.C.M. Van Loosdrecht.......... 167–174