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CEE 3510 Environmental Quality Engineering

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  • Instructor: Damian Helbling
  • Dept: Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Title: Assistant Professor
  • Address: 273 Hollister Hall
  • Phone: 607 255-5146
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Lecture: MWF 11:15am-12:05pm HLS 110

Spring. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: MATH 2930.


Introduction to engineering aspects of environmental quality control. Quality parameters, criteria, and standards for water and wastewater. Elementary analysis pertaining to the modeling of pollutant reactions in natural systems, and introduction to design of unit processes for wastewater treatment.

Outcome 1: Students learn how the kinetics and equilibria of chemical and biologically mediated reactions coupled with an understanding of physical transport processes relate to the formulation of models that predict contaminant fate in aquatic systems as well as the effect of contaminants on those systems.

Outcome 2: Students also learn how the kinetics and equilibria of chemical and biologically mediated reactions coupled with an understanding of physical transport processes result in the formulation of models that allow rational design of wastewater treatment systems.

 

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