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FreeASM1

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Version
1.0
Author
Julien Laurent
Maintainer
Julien Laurent
License
Supported Scilab Version
5.1
Creation Date
July 5, 2011
Description
            FreeASM1 is a set of three Scilab scripts allowing the simulation of activated
sludge process using ASM1 equations:

- batch : single closed reactor
- pointsettler steady state : single open reactor coupled with a clarifier
(modeled by a pointsettler 0D model) with sludge recirculation, constant
influent and sludge withdrawal values
- pointsettler dynamic : single open reactor coupled with a clarifier (modeled
by a pointsettler 0D model) with sludge recirculation, influent and sludge
withdrawal values defined by text files (which can be automatically generated by
means of OpenOffice spreadsheets provided.            
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Comment from Francisco-Ronay Lopez-estrada -- August 26, 2011, 05:33:37 PM    
Congratulations for your work, i am a doubt, exist any paper of reference for this work.
Answer from Julien Laurent -- September 2, 2011, 08:41:21 AM    
> Congratulations for your work, i am a doubt, exist any paper of reference for this
work.

Thank you very much. There are for the moment two references for this work (conference
proceedings) :

1)Julien Laurent ,  Romain Guignard ,  Magali Casellas  and  Christophe Dagot, SLUDGE
MINIMIZATION BY THERMAL LYSIS DURING BIOLOGICAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT - Experimental Study,
Model Set Up and Calibration, 1st International Conference on Simulation and Modeling
Methodologies, Technologies and Applications (SIMULTECH 2011).
Available freely on www.scitepress.org

2) LAURENT Julien, Un code SCILAB simple et librement accessible pour la simulation des
procédés à boues activées (A simple SCILAB code for activated sludge process
simulation),
13ème congrès de la Société Française de Génie des Procédés (December 2011)



Comment from Neelam Singh -- January 7, 2016, 10:35:13 AM    
hi Julien Laurent 
i m new for scilab so i need your help to solve some differential equations
1. dy/dx =e^-x with y=0for x=0
2 dy/dx + (e^-x)y=x^2
help me ....
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