Wait a second...
Nepřihlášený uživatel

study.vscht.cz

iduzel: 30011
idvazba: 38199
šablona: api_html
čas: 26.4.2018 03:51:42
verze: 4353
uzivatel:
remoteAPIs: https://cis-web-test.vscht.cz/studijni-system/
branch: trunk
Obnovit | RAW
Data for 2018/2019

Water Supply and Treatment

Credits 7
Hours per week 3 / 2 / 0
Examination Ex
Study Language English
Level Master subject
Guarantor prof. Ing. Václav Janda, CSc.

Summary

The course objective is production of drinking water from underground and surface raw water. Fundamental processes of water treatment plant including special technologies of underground water treatment (removal of nitrogenous compounds and radio nuclides) are discussed. Special attention is paid to disinfection of drinking water and biological stability of drinking water and to separation and thickening of suspension and sludge including calculation of sedimentation tanks.

Syllabus

1. Requirements for drinking water quality
2. Underground water treatment
3. Carbon dioxide equilibrium, removal of agressive carbon dioxide
4. Removal of iron and manganese
5. Removal of gases, radionuclides and nitrogenous compounds
6. Surface water treatment
7. Rough pretreatment, clarification
8. Average velocity gradient of mixing, mixing of suspensions, calculation of mixing devices
9. Clarifiers
10. Separation of suspensions by sedimentation
11. Sludge thickening and treatment, design and calculation of sedimentation tanks
12. Filtration, filters used in drinking water treatment technologie
13. Design and calculation of filters
14. Disinfection of drinking water

Literature

Spinosa L., Vesilind P.A.: Sludge into Biosolids, IWA Publishing, 2001
Foladori P., Andreotola G., Ziglio G.” Sludge reduction technologies in wastewater treatment plants. IWA Publishing, 2010

UCT Prague
Technická 5
166 28 Prague 6 – Dejvice
IČO: 60461373
VAT: CZ60461373

Czech Post certified digital mail code: sp4j9ch

Copyright: UCT Prague 2017
Information provided by the Department of International Relations and the Department of R&D; technical support by the computing centre.
switch to full version