COURSE CODE: CVE 421
COURSE TITLE: Wastewater Engineering
NUMBER OF UNITS: 2 Units
COURSE DURATION: Two hours per week
Objectives of waste water treatment. Waste water collection – sources, quantity of wastewater, sewage systems, sewer appurtenances. On outline of the biochemistry of water and waste – bacteria and their enzymes. Aerobic and anaerobic processes, oxygen demand and strength.
Waste water treatment – theory and design of different stages of sewage treatment plant; trickling filters, activated sludge, texture ratio channel slope, total fall (relief) stream classification and other features. Soil and vegetation features of watershed with relation to other characteristics and water yield and water quality.
Hydrologic Study of Watershed:
Hydrological data collection from watershed. Watershed analysis and water research methods; single, paired and multiple, watershed methods, calibration of watershed. Analysis, interpretation and application of watershed hydrological data.
Aspects of Watershed Management:
Impact of watershed management of water yield and water quality. Land use and water use interaction. Principles of range and forest management for water and soil conservation. Curative, protective and administrative measures. Manipulations of vegetation cover for water yield management.
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