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Formal Design and Analysis of a Wastewater Treatment Control System based on Petri Net

This paper proposes a new control design approach for industrial
wastewater treatment where its logic control is verifiable. In this research, a
treatment control design in a lab-scale was controlled by a microcontroller
circuit. The developed system combined anaerobic digestion, aeration and
filtration process. Its logic control algorithm was designed by using Signal
Interpreted Petri Net. In the logic verification, six analysis properties were
satisfied: conflict free (logical process had no conflict behavior), termination (the
process could be terminated from any state), non-contradictory outputs, live (any
process state could always be reached from other state), deadlock-free, and
reversible (the process could always back to initial condition). In the design
evaluation, the average value of transparency metrics was 0.984 close to 1 as the
best value. The system performance was evaluated by pollutant removal
efficiency. The highest removal efficiencies were obtained when each anaerobic
and aeration treatment were performed for three days respectively and followed
by filtration. Within this condition, the system obtained average removal
efficiency 91.7% of Chemical Oxygen Demand and 95.4% of Total Suspended
Solids. In terms of electricity consumption, the system needed only 1,857.6
Watt-hour for a batch treatment process.

Pernyataan Tanggungjawab
Pengarang Seno D. Panjaitan - Personal Name
Berlian Sitorus - Personal Name
Edisi Vol. 44, No. 1
No. Panggil R 621 PAN f
ISBN/ISSN 1978-3051
Subyek Teknik
Klasifikasi 621
Judul Seri
GMD Electronic Resource
Bahasa English
Penerbit Gala Ilmu Semesta
Tahun Terbit 2012
Tempat Terbit Bandung
Deskripsi Fisik
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