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1 Drinking Water Simulator for Proactive Operation and Training

2 to disclose models

3 Why Waterspot? Drinking water treatment operation changes from 24/7 shifts…

4 ... to supervisor shifts in office hours… Why Waterspot?

5 ... opening opportunities for advanced process control… Picture: Alex van Delft DSM Why Waterspot?

6 ... and virtual commissioning… Picture: Alex van Delft DSM Why Waterspot? Picture: Siemens

7 ... but resulting in a lack of natural training at the same time. Picture: Alex van Delft DSM Why Waterspot?

8 The need for well-trained supervisors will stay… Picture: Alex van Delft DSM Why Waterspot?

9 … or even increase in the next ten years as a consequence of ageing. Picture: Alex van Delft DSM Why Waterspot?

10 Why Waterspot? Summary Offline Training and testing of operation supervisors in company look & feel Model-based process (control) optimisation Open the use of process models to a wider group Virtual commissioning of software updates Online Advanced process-control to delay investments in production capacity, and to obtain a more stable water quality Alerts on malfunctioning online measurements

11 Waterspot: the project Started on the foundations of the Promocit project (development of Stimela water quality models) Co-funded by Dutch Ministiry of Economic affairs

12 Waterspot: the project Nine partners of which four Dutch water supply companies

13 Waterspot: the product

14 Waterspot Article 1. Software layout Article 2. Hydraulic model for Harderbroek Article 3. Integration of a hydraulic model and a process model for Wim Mensink

15 Waterspot: software layout Software layout OPC Emulator OPC-DA Virtual plant OPC-DA Trainee UI Historian OPC-HDA Virtual Field Optimisation module OPC-DA PA system Field I/O OPC-DA Water quality model OPC-DA OPC Trainer UI Hydraulic model Control model Simulator engine

16 A drinking water treatment plant simulator that connects: Models for water quality Models for water quantity Control model Object model Waterspot: software layout

17 Models for water quality, Stimela Waterspot: software layout

18 Models for water quantity, EPAnet Waterspot: software layout

19 Control model, USE Waterspot: software layout

20 Object model, USE Waterspot: software layout

21 EPANET elements Library Waterspot: hydraulic model Harderbroek

22 Model definition Waterspot: hydraulic model Harderbroek

23 Calibration: current frequency to control effluent pumps’ speeds Waterspot: hydraulic model Harderbroek

24 Validation, wells Waterspot: hydraulic model Harderbroek

25 Validation, cascade aerators Waterspot: hydraulic model Harderbroek

26 Validation, influent rapid sand filters Waterspot: hydraulic model Harderbroek

27 Case: pump speeds during filter backwash Waterspot: hydraulic model Harderbroek

28 Validated EPAnet model Waterspot: hydraulic model + process model Wim Mensink

29 Stimela model for Mensink has been set up. Waterspot: hydraulic model + process model Wim Mensink

30 Work in progress: Calibration and validation Stimela model Connect EPAnet and Stimela with in Waterspot Simulate hydraulic operation of Mensink Waterspot: hydraulic model + process model Wim Mensink

31 Waterspot: background information

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