Imre Takacs
Imre Takacs
CEO, Dynamita
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A dynamic model of the clarification-thickening process
I Takács, GG Patry, D Nolasco
Water research 25 (10), 1263-1271, 1991
12911991
Estimating (combinations of) Activated Sludge Model No. 1 parameters and components by respirometry
PA Vanrolleghem, H Spanjers, B Petersen, P Ginestet, I Takacs
Water Science and Technology 39 (1), 195-214, 1999
3281999
Going for mainstream deammonification from bench to full scale for maximized resource efficiency
B Wett, A Omari, SM Podmirseg, M Han, O Akintayo, M Gómez Brandón, ...
Water science and technology 68 (2), 283-289, 2013
2202013
Guidelines for using activated sludge models
L Rieger, S Gillot, G Langergraber, T Ohtsuki, A Shaw, I Takacs, S Winkler
IWA publishing, 2012
2042012
Modelling nitrite in wastewater treatment systems: a discussion of different modelling concepts
G Sin, D Kaelin, MJ Kampschreur, I Takacs, B Wett, KV Gernaey, L Rieger, ...
Water science and technology 58 (6), 1155-1171, 2008
1472008
Pretreatments for the enhancement of anaerobic digestion of solid wastes
JP Delgenčs, V Penaud, R Moletta
Biomethanization of the organic fraction of municipal solid wastes, 2003
1282003
Significance of design and operational variables in chemical phosphorus removal
A Szabó, I Takács, S Murthy, GT Daigger, I Licsko, S Smith
Water Environment Research 80 (5), 407-416, 2008
1172008
New framework for standardized notation in wastewater treatment modelling
LL Corominas, L Rieger, I Takács, G Ekama, H Hauduc, PA Vanrolleghem, ...
Water Science and Technology 61 (4), 841-857, 2010
1162010
Phosphate complexation model and its implications for chemical phosphorus removal
S Smith, I Takacs, S Murthy, GT Daigger, A Szabo
Water Environment Research 80 (5), 428-438, 2008
1072008
Syntrophy of aerobic and anaerobic ammonia oxidisers
B Wett, M Hell, G Nyhuis, T Puempel, I Takacs, S Murthy
Water science and technology 61 (8), 1915-1922, 2010
1022010
Activated sludge modelling in practice: an international survey
H Hauduc, S Gillot, L Rieger, T Ohtsuki, A Shaw, I Takács, S Winkler
Water Science and Technology 60 (8), 1943-1951, 2009
912009
Instrumentation, control and automation in wastewater–from London 1973 to Narbonne 2013
G Olsson, B Carlsson, J Comas, J Copp, KV Gernaey, P Ingildsen, ...
Water Science and Technology 69 (7), 1373-1385, 2014
902014
A systematic approach for model verification: application on seven published activated sludge models
H Hauduc, L Rieger, I Takács, A Héduit, PA Vanrolleghem, S Gillot
Water science and technology 61 (4), 825-839, 2010
872010
A dynamic physicochemical model for chemical phosphorus removal
H Hauduc, I Takács, S Smith, A Szabó, S Murthy, GT Daigger, ...
Water Research 73, 157-170, 2015
822015
Direct parameter extraction from respirograms for wastewater and biomass characterization
H Spanjers, I Takács, H Brouwer
Water Science and Technology 39 (4), 137-145, 1999
791999
Data Reconciliation for Wastewater Treatment Plant Simulation Studies—Planning for High‐Quality Data and Typical Sources of Errors
L Rieger, I Takács, K Villez, H Siegrist, P Lessard, PA Vanrolleghem, ...
Water environment research 82 (5), 426-433, 2010
782010
Towards a generalized physicochemical framework
DJ Batstone, Y Amerlinck, G Ekama, R Goel, P Grau, B Johnson, I Kaya, ...
Water Science and Technology 66 (6), 1147-1161, 2012
772012
Gaseous nitrogen and carbon emissions from a full‐scale deammonification plant
N Weissenbacher, I Takacs, S Murthy, M Fuerhacker, B Wett
Water environment research 82 (2), 169-175, 2010
742010
Chemical phosphorus removal to extremely low levels: experience of two plants in the Washington, DC area
I Takács, S Murthy, S Smith, M McGrath
Water Science and Technology 53 (12), 21-28, 2006
742006
Improving nutrient removal while reducing energy use at three Swiss WWTPs using advanced control
L Rieger, I Takács, H Siegrist
Water environment research 84 (2), 170-188, 2012
732012
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