Peter A. Vanrolleghem spends much of his time researching Environmental engineering, Activated sludge, Sewage treatment, Wastewater and Estimation theory. Peter A. Vanrolleghem interconnects Denitrification, Nitrification and Pulp and paper industry in the investigation of issues within Environmental engineering. His Nitrification study combines topics in areas such as Environmental chemistry and Nitrite.
His Activated sludge research includes elements of Scientific method, Respirometry, Process engineering and Biochemical engineering. Sewage treatment is a subfield of Waste management that Peter A. Vanrolleghem tackles. His study in Wastewater is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Biomass, Settling, Probability density function and Power function.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental engineering, Sewage treatment, Activated sludge, Waste management and Wastewater. His Environmental engineering research includes themes of Calibration and Pulp and paper industry. His research on Sewage treatment frequently links to adjacent areas such as Process engineering.
His study connects Process and Process engineering. The concepts of his Activated sludge study are interwoven with issues in Scientific method, Biological system and Respirometry. The study of Wastewater is intertwined with the study of Nitrification in a number of ways.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental engineering, Sewage treatment, Wastewater, Waste management and Water quality. His Environmental engineering research incorporates themes from Greenhouse gas and Anaerobic digestion. His Sewage treatment study also includes fields such as
Wastewater and Pollutant are commonly linked in his work. His studies link Nutrient with Waste management. Water quality is closely attributed to Fault detection and isolation in his work.
Peter A. Vanrolleghem focuses on Environmental engineering, Wastewater, Sewage treatment, Process and Process engineering. He has researched Environmental engineering in several fields, including Biological system, Statistical model and Autoregressive model. The various areas that he examines in his Wastewater study include Life-cycle assessment, Aeration, Water quality, Control theory and Process control.
His study in Sewage treatment focuses on Activated sludge in particular. The Process study combines topics in areas such as Benchmarking, Benchmark and Biochemical engineering. His Process engineering study incorporates themes from Quality, System integration, Integrated management, Resource recovery and Interfacing.
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Uncertainty in the environmental modelling process - A framework and guidance
Jens Christian Refsgaard;Jeroen P. van der Sluijs;Anker Lajer Højberg;Peter A. Vanrolleghem.
Environmental Modelling and Software (2007)
Nonlinear process monitoring using kernel principal component analysis
Jong-Min Lee;ChangKyoo Yoo;Sang Wook Choi;Peter A. Vanrolleghem.
Chemical Engineering Science (2004)
The COST Simulation Benchmark: Description and Simulator Manual
Peter Vanrolleghem;S Gillot.
Office for Official Publications of the European Community, Luxembourg. p. 123-133 (2001)
Engineering aspects and practical application of autotrophic nitrogen removal from nitrogen rich streams
Stijn W.H. Van Hulle;Helge J.P. Vandeweyer;Boudewijn D. Meesschaert;Peter A. Vanrolleghem;Peter A. Vanrolleghem.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2010)
Dynamical modelling and estimation in wastewater treatment processes.
Denis Dochain;Peter A. Vanrolleghem.
Water intelligence online (2015)
Respirometry in control of the activated sludge process
Henri Spanjers;Peter Vanrolleghem;Gustaf Olsson;Peter Dold.
Water Science and Technology (1996)
Model-based design of horizontal subsurface flow constructed treatment wetlands: a review.
Diederik P.L. Rousseau;Peter A. Vanrolleghem;Niels De Pauw.
Water Research (2004)
Respirometry as a tool for rapid characterization of wastewater and activated sludge
Henri Spanjers;Peter Vanrolleghem.
Water Science and Technology (1995)
A mathematical model linking tree sap flow dynamics to daily stem diameter fluctuations and radial stem growth.
Kathy Steppe;Dirk J W De Pauw;Raoul Lemeur;Peter A Vanrolleghem.
Tree Physiology (2006)
River Water Quality Model no. 1 (RWQM1): II. Biochemical process equations
P Reichert;D Borchardt;M Henze;W Rauch.
Water Science and Technology (2001)
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