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Real-time supervision of industrial waste-water treatment plants applied to the surface treatment industries

Abstract : The project described in this paper consists of two main stages: the development of a dedicated instrument enabling continuous simultaneous measures of industrial pollutants (e.g. metal ions: Ni2+, Cu2+, Zn2+, ...) and the design of a Real-time Expert System (RTES) which would provide better information and decision support so as to improve the supervision of waste-water treatment plants in real-time, applied to the surface treatment (electroplating) industries. The sensor is based on the principle of spectral absorption analysis. The real-time expert system is being developed using a commercial, industrially validated RTES-development software G2™ (by Gensym Corp.). A mixed knowledge-base is being implemented, comprising both types of knowledge: quantitative (e.g. theoretical knowledge issued from chemistry) and qualitative (i.e. operators' 'experience and know-how').
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Konrad Szafnicki, Jacques Bourgois, Didier Graillot, Dominique Di Benedetto, Philippe Breuil, et al.. Real-time supervision of industrial waste-water treatment plants applied to the surface treatment industries. 8th IFAC Symposium on automation in Mining, Mineral and Metal Processing, Aug 1995, Sun City, South Africa. pp.Pages 2480-2490, ⟨10.1016/S0043-1354(97)00441-7⟩. ⟨emse-00857849⟩

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