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The Course is designed to provide students a solid knowledge about wastewater and atmospheric emission treatments
The course provides criteria for understanding wastewater treatments plants and equipments for atmospheric emission abatement. Moreover, criteria for sizing and managing each Operational Unit will be discussed
Strengthen capacity developments of student with reference a full understanding of the technical implications in a wastewater treatment plants and atmospheric emission abatement
Lecture classroom Learning activities include problems that students have to resolve independently with the assistance of the teacher.
Also for this reason, during the course students are already involved both individually and in groups for the examination of the problems in order to verify the acquisition of the various topics addressed, through a direct comparison with colleagues and the teacher.
wastewater characterizatio; preliminary and primary treatment ; Secondary treatment ; Tertiary treatment; Solid Handling . Amospheric emission: Particulate and gaseous pollutants treatment.
Slide of lectures classroom
Metcalf & Eddy, Wastewater Engineering: Treatment and reuse, McGraw Hill's
Perry; Chemical Engineering Handbook
Office hours: Teacher is always available (directly or by mail/phone/videoconference) to support students'activities. Upon appointments to be fixed at the teacher office: DICCA - Chemical Engineering Section, Polytechnic School, via Opera Pia 15, second floor
CARLO SOLISIO (President)
MAURIZIO SCHENONE (President Substitute)
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
During the oral discussion, the correct acquisition of the training objectives is assessed, through a discussion that highlights the ability to think about the functionality of the various equipment and their inclusion in the context of a complete system, also noting the criticalities and problems.