WATER QUALITY ENGINEERING
Instructor: S.W. Hermanowicz, 629 Davis Hall
Format: 3 hours of lecture per week
Description: Principles and engineering applications of technical processes for water and wastewater treatment, and water reclamation: separation and transformation technologies (sedimentation, membrane processes, oxidation, biodegradation, activated sludge, biofilm reactors, biological treatment of drinking water, solids processing, disinfection). Application of fundamental principles for process analysis and design with a focus on commonalities in applications across industry. Regulatory process and drivers.
Recommended Text: Wastewater engineering : treatment and reuse, Metcalf & Eddy 4th ed., McGraw-Hill, 2003 UCB Engin TD645 .W293 2003
Water treatment principles and design, MWH, 2nd ed., Wiley, 2005 UCB Engin TD430 .W375 2005.
Design of Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants. Water Environment Federation Manual of Practice No. 8, ASCE Manual and Report of Engineering Practice No. 76. Volumes 1 and 2., 1992
Process design manual for sludge treatment and disposal. [Rev. ed].. [Cincinnati : U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, Center for Environmental Research Information, Technology Transfer, 1979- UCB Engin TD768 .P76 1979
Activated sludge process design and control : theory and practice / edited by W. Wesley Eckenfelder, Petr Grau. Lancaster, PA, : Technomic Pub. Co., 1992. Engin TD756 .A3 1992
As a rule, homework will be assigned each week and will be due by 5 p.m. one week from the day it is handed out. No late exceptions.
Grading: Homework - 40%, Midterm - 20% each, Final Exam - 40%