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Municipal Wastewater Treatment

Municipal Wastewater Treatment
type: Vorlesung (V)/Übung (Ü)
chair: IWG-SWW
semester: WS
place:

Bldg. 50.31 SR 322

time:

Tu 11:30 - 13:00

start: 17.10.2017
lecturer:

Tobias Morck

sws: 1V/1Ü
lv-no.: 6223901

Learning Outcomes

Students acquire knowledge about typical techniques in wastewater treatment at local and international level. They are able to perform a technical evaluation and describe dimensioning approaches taking into consideration legal boundary conditions.
Students analyze, evaluate and optimize operation of plant technologies. They focus on energy-efficient plant designs considering the most relevant factors affecting the total costs.
Students can analyze the situation in emerging and developing countries making a comparison with that in industrialized countries. Based on that, they are able to develop water-related management strategies.

Content

Municipal Wastewater Treatment:
Students gain deep knowledge about design and operation of typical process technologies in municipal wastewater treatment in Germany. Following processes are covered:
- Different activated sludge processes
- Anaerobic technologies and energy-recovery systems
- Filtration technologies
- Wastewater disinfection and pathogen removal
- Chemical and biological phosphorus removal
- Micro-pollutants removal
- Resource management and energy efficiency