Water and wastewater engineering water supply and wastewater removal pdf
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- Advanced Water Supply and Wastewater Treatment: A Road to Safer Society and Environment
- Wastewater treatment
When we refer to water purification, it makes little sense to discuss the subject without first identifying the contaminants that we wish to remove from water.
Advanced Water Supply and Wastewater Treatment: A Road to Safer Society and Environment
Processes and methods for design and operation of treatment systems for water and wastewater, drinking water distribution systems and waste water collection systems, including stormwater. The components of distribution and collection systems, water needs, composition of wastewater, drinking water quality, disinfection, effluent water quality, quality and environmental hygiene, process theory for water and wastewater, and selected methods for treatment of drinking water and wastewater. Knowledge: The course gives students an introduction to the basic theories for water, wastewater, and stormwater. Water and wastewater systems, stormwater calculations, treatment of drinking water and wastewater, applying a selected set of methods for design and analysis. Students will gain knowledge in: - demand for water supply to households, industry and public servises - the components of water supply systems from source to recipient - the components in wastewater collection systems for both combined and separate systems - urban hydrology and relationships between precipitation and runoff - process theory for water and wastewater treatment - characteristics of waste water amount and composition - regulations for drinking water quality and effluent quality - methods for treatment of water and waste water Skills: - calculate the demand needs for water supply to households, industry and public servises - calculations on the components of water supply systems - calculations on the components in wastewater collection systems for both combined and separate systems - calculate max runoff, construct hydrography, and calculate the effect of lands changes on the runoff peaks and volumes. Lecturs and compulsory exercises.
Wastewater or waste water is any water that has been contaminated by human use. Wastewater is "used water from any combination of domestic, industrial, commercial or agricultural activities, surface runoff or stormwater , and any sewer inflow or sewer infiltration". The characteristics of wastewater vary depending on the source. Types of wastewater include: domestic wastewater from households, municipal wastewater from communities also called sewage and industrial wastewater. Wastewater can contain physical, chemical and biological pollutants.
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