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  1. Modelling anaerobic co-digestion in Benchmark Simulation Model No. 2: Parameter estimation, substrate characterisation and plant-wide integration

    Magnus Arnell, Sergi Astals, Linda Åmand, Damien J. Batstone, Paul D. Jensen & Ulf Jeppsson, 2016 Jul 1, In: Water Research. 98, p. 138-146 9 p.

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  2. Modeling the anaerobic digestion of cane-molasses vinasse: Extension of the Anaerobic Digestion Model No. 1 (ADM1) with sulfate reduction for a very high strength and sulfate rich wastewater.

    Ernesto L Barrera, Henri Spanjers, Kimberly Solon, Youri Amerlinck, Ingmar Nopens & Jo Dewulf, 2015, In: Water Research. 71, p. 42-54

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  3. Evaluation of new methods for the monitoring of alkalinity dissolved hydrogen and the microbial community in anaerobic digestion

    Lovisa Björnsson, Marika Murto, Tor Gunnar Jantsch & Bo Mattiasson, 2001, In: Water Research. 35, 12, p. 2833-2840

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  4. Biocides in urban wastewater treatment plant influent at dry and wet weather: Concentrations, mass flows and possible sources.

    Ulla E Bollmann, Camilla Tang, Eva Eriksson, Karin Jönsson, Jes Vollertsen & Kai Bester, 2014, In: Water Research. 60, p. 64-74

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  5. Influence of pH-dependent aquatic toxicity of ionizable pharmaceuticals on risk assessments over environmental pH ranges.

    Marja L. Boström & Olof Berglund, 2015, In: Water Research. 72, Online 6 September 2014, p. 154-161

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  6. A consistent modelling methodology for secondary settling tanks in wastewater treatment

    Raimund Bürger, Stefan Diehl & Ingmar Nopens, 2011, In: Water Research. 45, 6, p. 2247-2260

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  7. Monitoring biofilm function in new and matured full-scale slow sand filters using flow cytometric histogram image comparison (CHIC)

    Sandy Chan, Kristjan Pullerits, Janine Riechelmann, Kenneth M. Persson, Peter Rådström & Catherine J. Paul, 2018 Jul 1, In: Water Research. 138, p. 27-36 10 p.

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  8. Steady-state analysis of activated sludge processes with a settler model including sludge compression

    Stefan Diehl, Jesús Zambrano & Bengt Carlsson, 2016, In: Water Research. 88, 1, p. 104-116

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  9. The solids-flux theory - Confirmation and extension by using partial differential equations.

    Stefan Diehl, 2008, In: Water Research. 42, 20, p. 4976-4988

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  10. A model of the settler coupled to the biological reactor

    Stefan Diehl & Ulf Jeppsson, 1998, In: Water Research. 32, 2, p. 331-342

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  11. Solar-based detoxification of phenol and p-nitrophenol by sequential TiO2 photocatalysis and photosynthetically aerated biological treatment

    Tamer Essam, Magdy Aly Amin, Ossama El Tayeb, Bo Mattiasson & Benoit Guieysse, 2007, In: Water Research. 41, 8, p. 1697-1704

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  12. Phosphorus in soil treatment systems : accumulation and mobility

    David Eveborn, Jon Petter Gustafsson, Elin Elmefors, Lin Yu, Ann-Kristin Eriksson, Emelie Ljung & Gunno Renman, 2014, In: Water Research. 64, p. 42-52

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  13. Micropollutant removal by attached and suspended growth in a hybrid biofilm-activated sludge process.

    Per Falås, P Longrée, Jes la Cour Jansen, H Siegrist, J Hollender & A Joss, 2013, In: Water Research. 47, 13, p. 4498-4506

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  14. Suspended biofilm carrier and activated sludge removal of acidic pharmaceuticals.

    Per Falås, A Baillon-Dhumez, H R Andersen, Anna Ledin & Jes la Cour Jansen, 2012, In: Water Research. 46, 4, p. 1167-1175

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  15. Transformation, CO2 formation and uptake of four organic micropollutants by carrier-attached microorganisms

    Per Falås, Kevin S. Jewell, Nina Hermes, Arne Wick, Thomas A. Ternes, Adriano Joss & Jeppe Lund Nielsen, 2018 Sep 15, In: Water Research. 141, p. 405-416 12 p.

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  16. Modelling an industrial anaerobic granular reactor using a multi-scale approach

    H Feldman, X Flores-Alsina, P. Ramin, K. Kjellberg, U. Jeppsson, D. J. Batstone & K. V. Gernaey, 2017 Dec 1, In: Water Research. 126, p. 488-500 13 p.

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  17. Calibration and validation of a phenomenological influent pollutant disturbance scenario generator using full-scale data.

    Xavier Flores, Ramesh Saagi, Erik Lindblom, Carsten Thirsing, Dines Thornberg, Krist V Gernaey & Ulf Jeppsson, 2014, In: Water Research. 51, p. 172-185

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  18. Including greenhouse gas emissions during benchmarking of wastewater treatment plant control strategies

    Xavier Flores, L. Corrominas, L. Snip & P.A. Vanrolleghem, 2011, In: Water Research. 45, 16, p. 4700-4710

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  19. Including the effects of filamentous bulking sludge during the simulation of wastewater treatment plants using a risk assessment model

    Xavier Flores, Joaquim Comas, Ignasi Rodriguez-Roda, Krist V. Gernaey & Christian Rosén, 2009, In: Water Research. 43, 18, p. 4527-4538

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  20. A plant-wide aqueous phase chemistry module describing pH variations and ion speciation/pairing in wastewater treatment process models.

    Xavier Flores-Alsina, Christian Kazadi Mbamba, Kimberly Solon, Darko Vrecko, Stephan Tait, Damien J Batstone, Ulf Jeppsson & Krist V Gernaey, 2015, In: Water Research. 85, p. 255-265

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  21. Evaluation of anaerobic digestion post-treatment options using an integrated model-based approach

    X. Flores-Alsina, H. Feldman, V. T. Monje, P. Ramin, K. Kjellberg, U. Jeppsson, D. J. Batstone & K. V. Gernaey, 2019, In: Water Research. 156, p. 264-276 13 p.

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  22. Mixed carbon sources for nitrate reduction in activated sludge-identification of bacteria and process activity studies.

    Marinette Hagman, J L Nielsen, P H Nielsen & Jes la Cour Jansen, 2008, In: Water Research. 42, 6-7, p. 1539-1546

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  23. Degradation of acetonitrile through a sequence of microbial reactors

    Kristina Håkansson, Ulrika Welander & Bo Mattiasson, 2005, In: Water Research. 39, 4, p. 648-654

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  24. Determination of sorption of seventy-five pharmaceuticals in sewage sludge

    Maritha Hörsing, Anna Ledin, Roman Grabic, Jerker Fick, Mats Tysklind, Jes la Cour Jansen & Henrik R. Andersen, 2011, In: Water Research. 45, 15, p. 4470-4482

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  25. An automated spectrophotometric system for monitoring buffer capacity in anaerobic digestion processes

    Tor Gunnar Jantsch & Bo Mattiasson, 2004, In: Water Research. 38, 17, p. 3645-3650

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