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Our dedicated team of engineering students from various specializations has embarked on an exciting journey to develop comprehensive steady-state and dynamic flowsheet models for the pilot plant's processes. Using the industry-leading Aspen Plus software, we aim to create a digital representation of the plant that can predict wastewater treatment outcomes independently.

As we progress, our primary expectation is to produce a robust model that accurately simulates the behavior of the three crucial membranes in the plant: two ultrafiltration modules and one reverse osmosis module. By collecting sufficient experimental data, we ensure the accuracy and reliability of our model, making it a valuable tool for understanding and optimizing the treatment process.

The initial phase of our project focuses on gathering the necessary data for membrane simulation. Our hardworking team members are actively involved in data collection, with some playing a larger role in this aspect, while others focus on mastering the intricacies of process modeling concepts.

Upon successfully simulating the membranes, we'll move forward to the modeling phase, where we'll refine and fine-tune the model to enhance its predictive capabilities. Our ultimate goal is to develop a dynamic model using real-time data, enabling us to better predict the end results of wastewater treatment.

As we navigate through this project, we are committed to transparency and progress. Our website will keep you updated on our achievements, milestones, and the latest advancements in the process modeling domain. We invite you to explore our work, learn about our team members' contributions, and witness how our collective efforts are shaping the future of wastewater treatment and environmental engineering.

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