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The model is not applied very frequently but rather has didactic merit. The random walk describes a random movement of a particle in one- or multidimensional space; it is a stochastic model for the diffusion of particles in water. 2 Modeling of Transport Processes 49 step Δt. Subsequently, the particle will move in a new random direction with a new random velocity, before it collides again with the environment. The particle will thus move on a random path and thereby on average move further and further away from its place of origin.
The secondary clarifier, which in reality is a rather large structure, is modeled with zero volume and based on two bifurcations: in the upper layer the clear water that contains soluble materials is separated from the solids, which settle out; in the lower layer the concentrated activated sludge is split into return sludge and excess sludge. 20 2 Modeling and Simulation Fig. 6 Flow scheme of a simple activated sludge system that could be the basis for model development. See the text for explanations Sedimentation and thickening in the secondary clarifier are thus not modeled as transport processes, but captured with a bifurcation, thereby neglecting the time necessary for sedimentation and thickening of the sludge as well as the rather large volume of the clarifier.
Forces that affect a system from the outside cause a directed current of the water (Fig. 2). The field of the temporally averaged flow velocities changes only slowly in comparison to the time constants of interest. 1) jA = specific flow of material i [MA L–2 T–1], a directed variable (vector) v = local flow velocity [L T–1], a vector variable CA = local concentration of material A [MA L–3], a scalar variable Fig. 2 In the context of advection the flow field is due to outside forces and changes, compared to the time constants of interest, only slowly and in a predictable way.