Proceedings


SPN9 Conference Proceedings


Session 1. Sustainability and system scale management

Wednesday August 28th 09.30-10.30

Chair: Luca Vezzaro, Technical University of Denmark, DK

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1.1 Ashley et al. From Wastewater to “used water”

1.2 Ramísio and Almeida. Evaluation of synergetic opportunities between Nature Base Solutions and sewer networks and processes

1.3 Stegeman et al. Quantification of exfiltration in sewer systems with tracers and pressure tests; mission impossible

1.4 van der Werf et al. Rebalancing Urban Drainage Transport Systems


Wednesday August 28th 10.45-12.00

Chair: Simon Tait, University of Sheffield, UK

1.5 Lundy et al. Water cremation- potential trade effluent discharge to sewer

1.6 Draude et al. A statistical analysis on the effect of preceding dry weather on sewer blockages in South Wales

1.7 Reyes-Silva et al. Meshness of sewer networks and it’s implications for flooding occurrence

1.8 Joseph-Duran et al. Integrated Sewer Network and WWTP Real-Time Control

1.9 Bailey et al. Predicting Impacts of Water Conservation with a Stochastic Sewer Model


Session 2. Sewer Infrastructure

Wednesday August 28th 13.00-14.30

Chair: Jeroen Langeveld, TU Delft, NL

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2.1 Kretschmer et al. A novel approach for sewer condition assessment and operational planning in Austria

2.2 Riechel et al. Model-based prediction of pipe age for filling gaps in sewer asset data

2.3 Pericault et al. Correcting for the impact of past coordination on the estimation of pipe cohorts survival functions

2.4 Busquets et al. Application of Distributed Temperature Sensing to detect positive slopes in gravity sewer pipes

2.5 Makris et al. PVC sewer pipes - as invincible as suggested

2.6 Kato et al. Development of an independent pipe for sewer renovation, formed using a spiral-winding method


Session 3. Biological and Chemical Sewer Processes

Wednesday August 28th 15.00-16.00

Chair: Rita Matos, University of Lisbon, PT

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3.1 Ward et al. Minimum Acceptable Dose – Future Sewer Corrosion Management through Sewer Process Modeling

3.2 Vezzaro et al. Evaluating the performance of a simple phenomenological model for online forecasting of ammonium concentrations

3.3 Ledergerber et al. A validated conceptual sewer water quality model based on particle settling velocity distribution

3.4 Romero-Flores et al. Sulfide control optimization using sewer process models


Session 4. Poster Session

Wednesday August 28th 16.00-17.30

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4.01 Lee et al. Efficacy of a vacuum degasifier system for dissolved gas removal from anaerobic effluent

4.02 Wan Mohtar et al. Biofilm Formation on the Sewer Sediment

4.03 Fernández et al. Calibration of a UV-Vis Spectral Analyser for Monitoring Sulphurous Species in a Sewer Pilot Plant

4.04 Paulsen et al. Predicting sewer pipe failures using machine learning A case study from Viborg

4.05 Ouchi and Ito. Study on Possibility Investigation on Wastewater Heat Utilization

4.06 Jimoh. A Comparison of the Hydraulic Performance of a Square and Circular Manhole

4.07 Pouzol et al. Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics for sewers flow 3D modelling

4.08 Ziegler et al. Managing normal and extreme rainfall in a compact modular system

4.09 Mrowiec. Influence of extensive green roofs on performance of urban drainage systems

4.10 Milovanovic et al. Enhancing stormwater sediment settling at detention pond inlets by a Bottom Grid Structure (BGS)

4.11 Cook et al. Using rainfall measures to evaluate changing green infrastructure performance in U.S. cities

4.12 Salgado et al. SPACE-TEMPORARY VARIATION OF WATER QUALITY IN AN URBAN STREAM


Session 5. Biological and Chemical Sewer Processes

Thursday August 29th 09.00-10.30

Chair: Alma Schellart, University of Sheffield, UK

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5.2 Zheng et al. Bacteria communities of sewer biofilms in aerobic rural small-diameter gravity sewers

5.3 Guo et al. Using modelling and field testing to learn about bulk-biofilm interactions in reactive sewer systems

5.4 Zan et al. Transformation of food waste and its impacts on sulfide and methane production in the sewer system

5.5 Legge et al. Food Waste Disposer Particles_ in-sewer organic matter quality

5.6 Haboub et al. A new approach of measuring TSS settling velocity based on turbidity measurements


Session 6. Stormwater related discharges

Thursday August 29th 10.45-12-00

Chair: Günter Gruber, Graz University of Technology, AT

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6.1 Brüning et al. Data based optimization of CSO tank operation – A case study

6.2 Ly et al. Influence of storage tank volume on combined sewer overflow load savings for volume based and quality based real time control strategies

6.3 Iwasa et al. Combined Effect of CSO Screen and Water Surface Control Device on Floatables Removal

6.4 Nickel & Fuchs. Micropollutant emissions from combined sewer overflows

6.5 Sadeghikhah et al. Modelling of heavy metals and PAHs concentration in urban stormwater runoff


Session 7. Odor and Corrosion Control

Thursday August 29th 13.00-14.30

Chair: Henriette Jensen, University of Sheffield, UK

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7.1 Habicht & Vestergaard. Real-time sulfide measurements direct in wastewater for an efficient control of wastewater

7.2 Zuo et al. The inactivating impact of free nitrous acid on sediments in gravity sewers

7.3 Yan et al. Ferrate as an efficient biocide for sulfide and methane control in sewers

7.4 Despot et al. Investigating the effectiveness of ferric nitrate dosing for wastewater slugs with varying hydraulic retention times

7.5 Lipeme et al. New nature-based remediation techniques to control noxious gases from urban water systems

7.6 Itaya et al. Study on Corrosion Conditions of Existing Manholes Through Utilizing Various Tests


Session 8. Biological and Chemical Sewer Processes

Thursday August 29th 15.00-16.00

Chair: Roni Penn, Technion | Israel Institute of Technology, IL / Eawag, CH

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8.1 Mendizabal et al. Development of a septicity scale for raw wastewater

8.2 Nielsen et al. Carbon dioxide release under highly turbulent conditions in sewers

8.3 Sotelo et al. Effect of sponge media on the performance of the intermittent contact oxidation process

8.4 Abdel-Aal et al. Potential influence of sewer heat recovery on in-sewer processes

8.5 Sun et al. Would high pressure washing of sewer concrete surface mitigate corrosion


Session 9. Solids in Sewers

Friday August 30th 09.00-10.30

Chair: Sovanna Tik, Université Laval, CA

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9.1 Sañudo et al. Gross solids transport in circular an egg-shaped sewer pipes

9.2 Simperler et al. Using a solids mass balance model for impact estimation of stormwater management measures on sewer operation

9.3 Didonet et al. Analysis of event mean concentration of sediments and first flush during floods in urban stream

9.4 Joksimovic et al. Inappropriate disposal of ‘flushable’ consumer products – reasons for concern

9.5 Liu et al. Microplastics in wastewater 

9.6 Satoh et al. Demonstration of in sewer purification_ Pilot study in Vietnam


Session 10. Sulfide, Air and Odor Field Studies

Friday August 30th 10.45-12.00

Chair: Adrian Romero, Jacobs, USA

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10.1 Yang et al. Investigation of sulfide formation at pump stations in Edmonton’s sewer system

10.2 Jiang et al. Evaluation of sulfide formation in a mega-sized deep-tunnel sewer system in Hong Kong

10.3 Matos et al. Influence of ventilation in H2S exposure and emissions from a gravity sewer

10.4 Shimada et al. Physical modeling of a storage sewer to improve effectiveness as flooding control structure

10.5 Kiileric et al. In situ measurements of diffusion in sewer force main biofilms - The influence of sulfide abatement