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FACULTY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

LIST OF COURSES FOR EXCHANGE STUDENTS

ACADEMIC YEAR 2011/2012



Course title

ANALYSIS OF WATER AND EFFLUENTS

Teaching method

Lecture, classes and laboratory

Person responsible for the course

Sylwia Mozia

assistant professor

E-mail address to the person responsible for the course

sylwia.mozia@zut.edu.pl

Course code

(if applicable)

WTiICh/ISt/TCh/

ECTS points

4

Type of course

compulsory

Level of course

s1

Semester

summer

Language of instruction

English

Hours per week

Lecture: 2h

Classes: 1h

Laboratory: 4h

Hours per semester

Lecture: 30h

Classes: 15h

Laboratory: 60h

Objectives of the course

Chemical composition of natural waters, basic knowledge on water treatment, drinking water quality standards, methods of analysis of water

Wastewaters – sources, types and characteristics, basic knowledge on wastewater treatment, wastewater quality standards, methods of analysis of wastewaters

Entry requirements

Chemical technology, water and wastewater treatment

Course contents

Lecture:

Characteristics of surface water and groundwater. Classification of waters. Regulations concerning drinking water quality. Characteristics of municipal wastewater and selected industrial effluents. Wastewater quality standards. Aims and ranges of water and wastewater analysis.

Fundamentals of analysis of water and wastewater. Background of sampling. Sample stabilization and safe keeping. Physical and chemical indicators of water and wastewater contamination. Indicators of bacteriological contamination of water. Methods of analysis of water and wastewater.

Laboratory: Determination of PO43-, N-NO3-, N-NH4+ and dissolved oxygen concentrations, determination of COD-Cr, COD-Mn, TOC, alkalinity, acidity, hardness, color, turbidity and pH of water, evaluation of water corrosivity.

Classes: Calculation of solutions concentrations, pH, hardness, alkalinity and acidity of natural waters, corrosivity, BOD. Regulations concerning drinking water quality.

Assessment methods

Lecture: exam

Classes: class test

Laboratory: class test

Recommended readings

  1. “Handbook of Water Analysis”, Second Edition, Ed. Leo M.L. Nollet, CRC Press LLC, USA, 2007.

  2. K. Kaur, “Handbook of water and wastewater analysis”, Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2007.

  3. Kirk-Othmer, “Chemical Technology and the Environment”, Vol. 1 and 2, 2007

  4. “Handbook of Environmental Chemistry”, ed. O. Hutzinger, Vol.5, part A, Water Pollution, Springer-Verlag 1991

  5. B.J. Alloway, D.C. Ayres, “Chemical Principles of Environmental pollution”, Blackie Academic & Professional 1993

  6. “Water treatment, Plant Design”, 3th Edition, American Water Works Association, McGraw 1998

  7. W.J. Masschelein, “Unit Processes in Drinking Water Treatment”, Marcel Dekker Inc. 1992

Additional information







Course title

CHEMICAL PROCESSES IN INORGANIC INDUSTRY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING I – SEPARATION TECHNIQUES

Teaching method

lecture, classes and laboratory

Person responsible for the course

Prof. Maria Tomaszewska


E-mail address to the person responsible for the course

maria.tomaszewska@zut.edu.pl

Course code

(if applicable)

WTiICh/IISt/TCh/D12-1

ECTS points

4

Type of course

obligatory

Level of course

S2

Semester

winter

Language of instruction

English

Hours per week

1 lecture, 3 laboratory,

2 classes

Hours per semester

15 lecture, 45 laboratory, 30 classes

Objectives of the course

Come to know about techniques of membrane separation, methods of membrane preparation, and application of membrane techniques in chemical engineering and biotechnology

Entry requirements

Chemical technology, chemical engineering

Course contents

Lectures: Introduction to membrane processes. Definition of a membrane. Membrane processes. Preparation of polymeric and inorganic membranes. Characteristics of membranes. Driving forces of mass transfer. Polarisation phenomena and membrane fouling. Membrane modules and their characteristics. Pressure driven membrane processes – microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, reverse osmosis. Techniques with a concentration difference as a driven force – gas and vapour separation, pervaporation, dialysis, membrane distillation. Electrically driven membrane processes – electrodialysis. Bi-polar membranes. Liquid membranes. Contactors. Membrane reactors and bioreactors. Examples of membrane processes application in chemical engineering and biotechnology

Classes: mass and heat transfer across a membrane, membrane modules, efficiency of membrane modules, fouling and polarisation phenomena

Laboratory: water and wastewater treatment using membrane processes: RO, NF, UF and MD

Assessment methods

written exam and grade

Recommended readings

  1. M.Mulder, “Basic Principles of Membranes Technology”, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991

  2. N.N.Li, A.G.Fane, W.S.Winston Ho, T.Matsuura, “Advanced Membrane Technology and Application”, Wiley 2008

  3. M.K.Turner, “Effective Industrial Membrane Processes: Benefits and Opportunities”, Elsevier Applied Science, 1991

  4. “Handbook of Industrial Membranes”, ed. K.Scott, Elsevier Advanced Technology, 1997

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