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Title: BiomWeb, a nature-based wastewater treatment system
Authors: Sarkis, Antoine
Advisors: Jabali, Yasmine 
Keywords: Waste Water, BiomWeb, GPS-X modelling, simulation, pilot scale
Subjects: Sewage disposal plants
GPS-X software
Dissertations, Academic
University of Balamand--Dissertations
Issue Date: 2022
Since water is the principal resource of living and since this resource’s capability of self-cleaning is degrading, Waste Water Treatment Plants have become a necessity in each community. BiomWeb is a simple small-scale waste water treatment mechanism than can be used in small communities and organizations. This treatment plant is composed of specifically designed compartments that allow water to be treated with the least required maintenance, while maintaining a cheaper cost than most of the other waste water treatment systems.
In this study, I will briefly explain the different compartments of the system and how it works starting by preforming a GPS-X modelling of the system and studying the results of the simulation. This design will later be applied in the campus by building and operating a pilot scale system in the lab.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 44-45)
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Type: Thesis
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