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    SIMBA Alternatives

    SIMBA is described as 'The SIMBA simulation system, with its latest version 6, allows the holistic consideration of sewer system, wastewater treatment plant, sludge treatment and rivers'. There are five alternatives to SIMBA for Windows. The best alternative is AQUASIM. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try STOAT. Other great apps like SIMBA are BioWin (Paid), WEST (Paid) and SIMBA# (Paid).

    This page was last updated Dec 7, 2016
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    The SIMBA simulation system, with its latest version 6, allows the holistic consideration of sewer system, wastewater...
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      In order to support environmental scientists in finding an «adequate» model of the system they are investigating, a computer program is necessary, which allows its users to perform simulations using different models, to assess the identifiability and to estimate the...
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      BioWin is a Microsoft Windows-based simulator used world-wide in the analysis and design of wastewater treatment plants. The figure below shows an example of a nutrient removal system configuration set up in BioWin.


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      WEST is a powerful and user-friendly tool for dynamic modelling and simulation of wastewater treatment plants (WWTP). The extensive state-of-the art model and process library of WEST enables you to model and evaluate almost any kind of modern WWTP.
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      STOAT - a dynamic sewage treatment works modelling...
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      SIMBA# is the newest member of the SIMBA™ simulator family and provides a fully integrated simulation platform for run-off, sewer systems, WWTPs and rivers. SIMBA# is a stand-alone simulator which takes urban wastewater system design and optimisation to another level.
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