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Placement optimal des capteurs et actionneurs d'un bioprocédé

Abstract : This paper deals with the optimization of a complex anaerobic process operated to produce easily biodegradable matter to be used in denitrification processes as external carbon source. The optimal configuration, number and accuracy of actuators and sensors is derived using a new theory allowing the tradeoff between the performance to be obtained and the quality (and thus the price) of process components. The principle of the approach as well as the optimization results are presented and discussed.
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Jérôme Harmand, Jean-Philippe Steyer. Placement optimal des capteurs et actionneurs d'un bioprocédé. Déchets Sciences et Techniques, INSA de Lyon 2002, 26, pp.20-26. ⟨hal-02679959⟩

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