Water and Waste Water Treatment
- Department of Sanitary and Ecological Engineering
The course presents fundamental concepts of biological, chemical and physical processes in water and wastewater treatment engineering both theoretically in lectures and practically in excercises.
- Syllabus of lectures:
1. Introduction, basic processes in water and wastewater treatment
2. Activated sludge process
3. Nitrification / denitrification / biological P elimination
4. Biofilm and application to full scale plants
5. Anaerobic processes, sludge stabilization, nutrients recovery
6. Gas exchange
7. Sedimentation, flotation
8. Precipitation, flocculation, coagulation
9. Filtration, Activated carbon adsorption
10. Chemical oxidation and disinfection
11. Ion exchange, membrane treatment
12. Process combination in drinking water treatment
13. Process combination in wastewater treatment and re-use
- Syllabus of tutorials:
1. Basics od hydrochemistry for water and wastewater treatment
- Study Objective:
The purpose of this course is to study fundamental concepts of biological, chemical and physical processes in water and wastewater treatment engineering. Using basic process understanding, students should be able to evaluate existing water and wastewater treatment plants and to combine the processes to design fit-for-purpose new plants.
- Study materials:
! Henze M., Harremoes, P., la Cour Jansen J. and Arvin E. (2002). Wastewater Treatment: Biological and Chemical Processes, Springer.
! Suzanne Monaghan: Water Treatment Manual, 2011
? Wastewater Treatment Plant Design (Book + Student Workbook) P. Aarne Vesilund 2003, ISBN: 1 84339 024 8, 1 84339 052 3.
- Further information:
- bude vytvořena před začátkem výuky nové akreditace http://kzei.fsv.cvut.cz/vyuka
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans: