Towards an interactive pedagogical CFSTR-reactors simulation tool – Applied to industrial wastewater detoxication

Abstract : An interactive pedagogical methodology, applied to industrial wastewater detoxication process (WWDP) is presented. It is based on a dedicated realor accelerated-time simulator, which can represent and simulate up to five interconnected Continuous Flow Stirred Tank Reactors (CFSTR), commonly used in continuous-flow detoxication processes of industrial sewage effluents. Various aspects of the WWDP, such as: environmental engineering, process modelling and control, real-time supervision, fault management, process optimization (efficiency, safety, operation costs), can be dealt with, either separately or within the same pedagogical module. The simulator has been developed in a freeware environment (Java) and can be used in cyber education via usual internet browsers.
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Konrad Szafnicki, Cécile Narce. Towards an interactive pedagogical CFSTR-reactors simulation tool – Applied to industrial wastewater detoxication. CTChem 2007 : "Exploitation des Technologies Informatiques dans la Didactique de Chimie en enseignement Supérieur", Jun 2009, Cracovie, Poland. 14p. ⟨emse-00410521⟩

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