Optimization of The Two Stage Alum Phosphorus Removal Process Using Linear Programming Techniques
Richard F. Deckro
This paper summarizes the development of the linear model for operation of the two stage alum phosphorus removal process at unified Sewerage Agency's Rock Creek Facility. The model runs on an IBM compatible microcomputer using a student version of the program LINDO (Linear, Interactive, Discrete, Optimizer).
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Richwine, Reynold D., "Optimization of The Two Stage Alum Phosphorus Removal
Process Using Linear Programming Techniques" (1991). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 574.
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