Water and Wastewater Treatment Engineering: Physicochemical Technology | 水处理工程:物理化学方法

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Water and Wastewater Treatment Engineering: Physicochemical Technology | 水处理工程:物理化学方法

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This introductory environmental science, environmental engineering and municipal engineering course will explore how physicochemical technology and techniques are applied to water and wastewater treatment. We will explore the basic calculation method, composition of structures and operation characteristics, and the latest advancements in water and wastewater treatment technology. Main physicochemical units, including coagulation and flocculation, sedimentation, flotation, filtration, disinfection, oxidation and reduction, membrane separation and ionic exchange, will be covered.

《水处理工程》是清华大学为环境工程、环境科学、市政工程等相关专业学生开设的主干专业课,包括物化处理技术和生化处理技术两大部分。《水处理工程-物化技术》旨在向学生全面讲授水和废水处理中主要的物化处理技术单元的基本原理和特点、工艺的基本计算方法和应用范围、主要构筑物的构成和运行特点、典型的水与废水处理工艺以及相关技术的国内外最新研究进展。本课程介绍的主要物化技术单元包括:混凝、沉淀与澄清、气浮、过滤、消毒、离子交换、膜分离、氧化还原和吸附。    

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this course holds very qualitative topics of waste water management and i hope its a great opportunity to learn and explore.
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