Patrick Smeets
Patrick Smeets
KWR Watercycle Reseach Institute
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The Dutch secret: how to provide safe drinking water without chlorine in the Netherlands
P Smeets, GJ Medema, JC Van Dijk
Drinking Water Engineering and Science 2 (1), 1-14, 2009
Bacteria and virus removal effectiveness of ceramic pot filters with different silver applications in a long term experiment
H Van der Laan, D Van Halem, P Smeets, AIA Soppe, J Kroesbergen, ...
Water research 51, 47-54, 2014
Practical applications of quantitative microbial risk assessment (QMRA) for water safety plans
P Smeets, LC Rietveld, JC Van Dijk, GJ Medema
Water Science and Technology 61 (6), 1561-1568, 2010
Using QMRA-based regulation as a water quality management tool in the water security challenge: experience from the Netherlands and Australia
F Bichai, PWMH Smeets
Water Research 47 (20), 7315-7326, 2013
Inactivation of Escherichia coli by ozone under bench-scale plug flow and full-scale hydraulic conditions
P Smeets, AWC Van der Helm, YJ Dullemont, LC Rietveld, JC Van Dijk, ...
Water research 40 (17), 3239-3248, 2006
Assessing the necessity of hospital stay by means of the appropriateness evaluation protocol: how strong is the evidence to proceed?
International Journal for Quality in Health Care 12 (6), 483-493, 2000
Critical parameters in the production of ceramic pot filters for household water treatment in developing countries
AIA Soppe, SGJ Heijman, I Gensburger, A Shantz, D Van Halem, ...
Journal of Water and Health 13 (2), 587-599, 2015
Inactivation of bacteriophage MS2 upon exposure to very low concentrations of chlorine dioxide
LM Hornstra, P Smeets, GJ Medema
Water research 45 (4), 1847-1855, 2011
How current risk assessment and risk management methods for drinking water in The Netherlands cover the WHO water safety plan approach
HHJL van den Berg, L Friederichs, JFM Versteegh, PWMH Smeets, ...
International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 222 (7), 1030-1037, 2019
Responsible water reuse needs an interdisciplinary approach to balance risks and benefits
MML Dingemans, PWMH Smeets, G Medema, J Frijns, KJ Raat, ...
Water 12 (5), 1264, 2020
Improved methods for modelling drinking water treatment in quantitative microbial risk assessment; a case study of Campylobacter reduction by filtration and …
P Smeets, YJ Dullemont, P Van Gelder, JC Van Dijk, GJ Medema
Journal of Water and Health 6 (3), 301-314, 2008
Efficacy of water treatment processes
P Smeets, L Rietveld, W Hijnen, G Medema, TA Stenström
Microrisk report. April, 2006
QMRA in the drinking water distribution system
M Blokker, P Smeets, G Medema
Procedia Engineering 89, 151-159, 2014
How can the UK statutory Cryptosporidium monitoring be used for Quantitative Risk Assessment of Cryptosporidium in drinking water?
P Smeets, JC Van Dijk, G Stanfield, LC Rietveld, GJ Medema
Journal of Water and Health 5 (S1), 107-118, 2007
Quantitative microbial risk assessment of repairs of the drinking water distribution system
M Blokker, P Smeets, G Medema
Microbial Risk Analysis 8, 22-31, 2018
Modeling of ozonation for dissolved ozone dosing
AWC Van der Helm, P Smeets, ET Baars, LC Rietveld, JC Van Dijk
Ozone: Science and Engineering 29 (5), 379-389, 2007
Can routine monitoring of E. coli fully account for peak event concentrations at drinking water intakes in agricultural and urban rivers?
É Sylvestre, JB Burnet, P Smeets, G Medema, M Prévost, S Dorner
Water research 170, 115369, 2020
Quantitative risk assessment in the Water Safety Plan: case studies from drinking water practice
G Medema, P Smeets
Water Science and Technology: Water Supply 9 (2), 127-132, 2009
Development of a quantitative chemical risk assessment (QCRA) procedure for contaminants of emerging concern in drinking water supply
B Cantoni, L Penserini, D Vries, MML Dingemans, BGH Bokkers, ...
Water Research 194, 116911, 2021
Stochastic modelling of drinking water treatment in quantitative microbial risk assessment
P Smeets
Water Management Academic Press, 2008
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