Treatment Plant Design (3) Design of treatment facilities for water and waste water based on regulatory requirements and standards.
ENVE 416 Treatment Plant Design (3)
This capstone design course will teach students how to integrate various design concepts they have learned from other environmental engineering courses, including ENVE 411 Water Supply and Pollution Control, ENVE 415 Hydrology, ENVE 417 Hydraulic Design, and ENVE 425 Hazardous Waste Management. Additional design and design related concepts will be introduced through a series of lecturer, seminars, tours, case studies, and design projects. Subjects covered include unit processes for water and wastewater treatment, hydraulic design, sludge handling and disposal, chemical storage and safety, project bidding and management, plant design and retrofitting, and engineering ethics and society impacts. After completion of this capstone design course, students should have basic knowledge in selection and design of conventional and modern environmental systems, especially water and wastewater treatment processes and application of knowledge they learned from various environmental engineering courses in solving real world engineering problems.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.