STOAT Features

STOAT™ is a wastewater treatment process modeling software for the design and optimization of wastewater treatment plants. STOAT is used worldwide for the design of new wastewater treatment facilities and in improving the performance of existing facilities. STOAT provides a completely graphical modeling environment and operates within Microsoft® Windows™. Both imperial and metric (SI) units are supported.

 


  • Downloading STOAT

    By following the instructions below, you can successfully download the STOAT for Windows software program. Please note that STOAT can only run with Windows 95, 98, and Windows NT.

    Download STOAT Software Package Disk 1
    File Size: 1454080 bytes
    File Date: Fri Apr 14 02:02:22 2000

    Download STOAT Software Package Disk 2
    File Size: 1454080 bytes
    File Date: Fri Apr 14 02:02:57 2000

    Download STOAT Software Package Disk 3
    File Size: 1454080 bytes
    File Date: Fri Apr 14 02:03:30 2000

    Download STOAT Software Package Disk 4
    File Size: 1454080 bytes
    File Date: Fri Apr 14 02:04:04 2000

    Download STOAT Software Package Disk 5
    File Size: 1454080 bytes
    File Date: Fri Apr 14 02:04:37 2000

    Download STOAT Software Package Disk 6
    File Size: 1454080 bytes
    File Date: Fri Apr 14 02:05:10 2000

    Download STOAT Software Package Disk 7
    File Size: 1454080 bytes
    File Date: Fri Apr 14 02:05:44 2000

    Download STOAT Software Package Disk 8
    File Size: 1073489 bytes
    File Date: Fri Apr 14 02:06:09 2000

    To successfully install STOAT software package, perform the following steps:
    1. Download OTTER software package program disk files. Save them to a temporary directory (e.g.c:\temp).
    2. Run the install program INSTALL.EXE.
    3. Follow the installation instructions.




  • Downloading STOAT Documentation

    The STOAT reference documentation provides valuable insight on the theory, application, setting up, and trouble shooting of a STOAT model.

    Download Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 for 32-bit MS Windows
    File Size: 4018104 bytes
    File Date: Tue Sep 30 13:40:47 1997

    In order to read documentation in the PDF file format, you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 (or above) installed. We have provided the MS Windows versions for download. If you require a non-Windows reader, Visit Adobe.

    To successfully install the Adobe Acrobat Reader, perform the following steps:

    1. Download the installation file and save it to a temporary directory (e.g. c:\temp).
    2. Run the Adobe Acrobat Reader setup program. In order to run the setup program, Windows must be running. Using a file manager, locate the directory that contains Adobe Acrobat Reader setup executable (e.g. c:\temp), and double-click on the file.
    3. Follow the installation instructions.
    4. Delete the Adobe Acrobat Reader installation file. Once Adobe Acrobat Reader has been successfully installed, the installation files can be safely removed.

    Download STOAT Installation and User's Guide (PDF File)
    File Size: 1089665 bytes
    File Date: Mon Apr 10 22:18:56 2000

    This document provides detail about installation and usage of STOAT.

    Download STOAT Unit Process Description (PDF File)
    File Size: 5041046 bytes
    File Date: Mon Apr 10 22:25:30 2000

    This manual describes the unit processes within STOAT that are available in the processes toolbox for use in model construction.

    Download STOAT Process Model Description (PDF File)
    File Size: 755438 bytes
    File Date: Mon Apr 10 22:11:54 2000

    This manual describes the mathematical models used for the various processes within STOAT and provides guidelines for calibrating these processes.

    Download STOAT Tutorial Guide (PDF File)
    File Size: 4522731 bytes
    File Date: Mon Apr 10 22:17:32 2000

    This document contains 7 STOAT Tutorial Lessons:
    1. A simple works.
    2. Nutrient removal.
    3. Stormwater tanks, primary tanks, activated sludge and trickling filter.
    4. A more complex works.
    5. Using sensitivity analysis function within STOAT.
    6. Primary sedimentation and nitrifying trickling filter.
    7. Sequencing batch reactor.

    Introduction to STOAT (PDF File)
    File Size: 10751 bytes
    File Date: Mon Aug 7 16:13:53 2000

    This document provides an introduction to the STOAT software package, a dynamic wastewater treatment plant modeling software. The following concepts are discussed:
    1. Describing the treatment plant
    2. Defining the treatment process
    3. Describing how the treatment processes are inter-connected
    4. Describing how the treatment processes operate
    5. Predicting plant performance

    Getting Started with STOAT (PDF File)
    File Size: 178019 bytes
    File Date: Mon Aug 7 16:13:58 2000

    This document provides a general overview of how to use STOAT. It describes how to create a model of simple sewage works, how to enter data and run the model, and how to look at the results. The following phases of modeling are discussed:
    1. Works creation
    2. Simulation definition
    3. Simulation runs
    4. Results

    Building Works Model with STOAT (PDF File)
    File Size: 104818 bytes
    File Date: Mon Aug 7 16:14:02 2000

    This document provides information on building models of wastewater treatment plant using STOAT. The following concepts are discussed:
    1. Graphical user interface
    2. Data requirement
    3. Data preparation
    4. Quality monitoring

    Working with Wastewater Works Model (PDF File)
    File Size: 418286 bytes
    File Date: Mon Aug 7 16:14:13 2000

    This document discusses working with the model of wastewater treatment plant. The following issues are discussed:
    1. Running a simulation model
    2. Interpreting model solution
    3. Preparing reports

    Appendix (PDF File)
    File Size: 284246 bytes
    File Date: Mon Aug 7 16:14:22 2000

    This document provides tips for efficiently running the STOAT model. The following issues are outlined:
    1. Program limits
    2. Guidelines for efficient running
    3. Error messages
    4. Program protection features