Waste Handling with Batch Digestion Example Project

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Flowsheets

Simple material handling flowsheet demonstrating conveyors and separation of materialExample Projects - Dynamic Waste 1 Example.png
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Project Location

This is a Dynamic Transfer project and is stored at: ..\SysCADXXX\ExamplesDynamic\Waste Handling with Batch Digestion Example.spf

Features Demonstrated

  1. The use of conveyor belts
  2. The use of Makeup source
  3. The use of multiple Make up blocks in a unit operation
  4. The use of Dynamic Reaction
  5. The use of Dynamic bar to visually display selected variable status on the flowsheet (for example, the weightometers on the conveyor belts)
  6. The use of Dynamic Fill to visually display selected variable status on the flowsheet (for example, the tank levels)
  7. The use of Histogram
  8. The use of Scheduled Events
  9. The use of Classes and Functions in the PGM file to trigger events based on timers / conditions (eg, to run reactors on batch mode)
  10. The use of Archive to store data (at predefined time intervals).

Brief Description

This project contains three flowsheets:

Waste Sorting

  • This is a simple material handling page to sort out the material using the split flows sub model inside Tie/tanks.
  • The material is separated on a individual species level.
  • The waste is removed based on a predefined schedule to landfill.
  • Usable material is sent to the next page for further processing.

Organics Handling

  • This is a simple material handling page to sort out the material using the split flows sub model inside Tie/tanks.

Digestion

  • This flowsheet demonstrates batch reaction operations based on predefined logic, this includes running various cycles on times.

Archive Report

  1. Example Archive files set up to collect data for analysis while the project runs. These result files stored at the Archive sub folder.