Savitribai Phule Pune University, Maharashtra, Civil Engineering Semester 6, Waste Water Engineering Syllabus

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Unit - 1 Sanitation Infrastructure System

Unit 1

Sanitation Infrastructure System

1.1 Sanitation Infrastructure System

1.2 Sanitation infrastructure and wastewater quantification

1.3 Wastewater

1.4 Sources and types

1.5 Need for safe sanitation

1.6 Importance of sanitation infrastructure centralized decentralized onsite and offsite sanitation

1.7 Wastewater collection and conveyance

1.8 Quantitative estimation of wastewater

1.9 Sewage storm water

1.10 Selfcleansing velocity and nonscouring velocity in sanitary sewer

1.11 Hydraulic design of circular sanitary sewer

1.12 Necessity and location of pumping station

1.13 Wastewater characteristics

1.14 Methods of sampling

1.15 Conventional and emerging contaminants physical chemical and biological in domestic and industrial wastewater sugar dairy distillery

1.16 Treatability index

1.17 Effluent discharge standards as per CPCB norms

1.18 Selfpurification of natural streams

1.19 Oxygen sag curve

1.20 Streeter Phelps equation and terminology without derivation and numerical

1.21 Application and limitations

Unit 1

Sanitation Infrastructure System

1.1 Sanitation Infrastructure System

1.2 Sanitation infrastructure and wastewater quantification

1.3 Wastewater

1.4 Sources and types

1.5 Need for safe sanitation

1.6 Importance of sanitation infrastructure centralized decentralized onsite and offsite sanitation

1.7 Wastewater collection and conveyance

1.8 Quantitative estimation of wastewater

1.9 Sewage storm water

1.10 Selfcleansing velocity and nonscouring velocity in sanitary sewer

1.11 Hydraulic design of circular sanitary sewer

1.12 Necessity and location of pumping station

1.13 Wastewater characteristics

1.14 Methods of sampling

1.15 Conventional and emerging contaminants physical chemical and biological in domestic and industrial wastewater sugar dairy distillery

1.16 Treatability index

1.17 Effluent discharge standards as per CPCB norms

1.18 Selfpurification of natural streams

1.19 Oxygen sag curve

1.20 Streeter Phelps equation and terminology without derivation and numerical

1.21 Application and limitations

Unit - 2 Preliminary And Primary Wastewater Treatment

Unit 2

Preliminary and Primary Wastewater Treatment

2.1 Preliminary and Primary Wastewater Treatment

2.2 Treatment stages

2.3 Preliminary primary secondary and tertiary treatment

2.4 Sewageeffluent treatment plant flow diagram

2.5 Unit operation and process

2.6 Preliminary and primary treatment

2.7 Screens types

2.8 Hydraulics

2.9 Velocity and head loss

2.10 Design of screens

2.11 Disposal of screenings.

2.12 Grit chamber sources of grit

2.13 Importance of grit chamber

2.14 Types

2.15 Control of velocity

2.16 Proportional flow weir

2.17 Parshall flume

2.18 Design of grit chamber

2.19 Disposal of grit

2.20 Skimming tanks

2.21 Sources of oil and grease

2.22 Importance of removal

2.23 Methods of oil and grease removal

2.24 Equalization and neutralization tanks

2.25 Introduction

2.26 Application and benefits

2.27 Primary sedimentation tank

2.28 Types of settling

2.29 Types of sedimentation tanks

2.30 Assumptions

2.31 Efficiency

2.32 Factors affecting efficiency

Unit 2

Preliminary and Primary Wastewater Treatment

2.1 Preliminary and Primary Wastewater Treatment

2.2 Treatment stages

2.3 Preliminary primary secondary and tertiary treatment

2.4 Sewageeffluent treatment plant flow diagram

2.5 Unit operation and process

2.6 Preliminary and primary treatment

2.7 Screens types

2.8 Hydraulics

2.9 Velocity and head loss

2.10 Design of screens

2.11 Disposal of screenings.

2.12 Grit chamber sources of grit

2.13 Importance of grit chamber

2.14 Types

2.15 Control of velocity

2.16 Proportional flow weir

2.17 Parshall flume

2.18 Design of grit chamber

2.19 Disposal of grit

2.20 Skimming tanks

2.21 Sources of oil and grease

2.22 Importance of removal

2.23 Methods of oil and grease removal

2.24 Equalization and neutralization tanks

2.25 Introduction

2.26 Application and benefits

2.27 Primary sedimentation tank

2.28 Types of settling

2.29 Types of sedimentation tanks

2.30 Assumptions

2.31 Efficiency

2.32 Factors affecting efficiency

Unit - 3 Secondary Treatment: Aerobic Suspended Growth

Unit 3

Secondary Treatment Aerobic Suspended Growth

3.1 Secondary Treatment

3.2 Aerobic Suspended Growth

3.3 Aerobic secondary treatment

3.4 Unit operations and processes for secondary treatment

3.5 Principle of biological treatment

3.6 Role of microorganism in wastewater treatment

3.7 Types of microorganisms

3.8 Microbial metabolism

3.9 Microbial growth pattern in batch and continuous system

3.10 Requirements of microbial growth

3.11 Activated sludge process ASP

3.12 Conventional plug flow ASP

3.13 Biochemical reactions

3.14 Hydraulic and organic loading

3.15 FM ratio

3.16 Mean cell residence time

3.17 Aeration method

3.18 Oxygen requirement

3.19 Assumptions

3.20 Design of ASP

3.21 Sludge volume index

3.22 Sludge recycle

3.23 Rate of return sludge

3.24 Operational problems and maintenance in ASP

3.25 Modifications in ASP

Unit 3

Secondary Treatment Aerobic Suspended Growth

3.1 Secondary Treatment

3.2 Aerobic Suspended Growth

3.3 Aerobic secondary treatment

3.4 Unit operations and processes for secondary treatment

3.5 Principle of biological treatment

3.6 Role of microorganism in wastewater treatment

3.7 Types of microorganisms

3.8 Microbial metabolism

3.9 Microbial growth pattern in batch and continuous system

3.10 Requirements of microbial growth

3.11 Activated sludge process ASP

3.12 Conventional plug flow ASP

3.13 Biochemical reactions

3.14 Hydraulic and organic loading

3.15 FM ratio

3.16 Mean cell residence time

3.17 Aeration method

3.18 Oxygen requirement

3.19 Assumptions

3.20 Design of ASP

3.21 Sludge volume index

3.22 Sludge recycle

3.23 Rate of return sludge

3.24 Operational problems and maintenance in ASP

3.25 Modifications in ASP

Unit - 4 Secondary Treatment: Aerobic Suspended And Attach Growth

Unit 4

Secondary Treatment Aerobic Suspended and Attach Growth

4.1 Secondary Treatment

4.2 Aerobic Suspended and Attach Growth

4.3 Attach Growth

4.4 Suspended growth system

4.5 Oxidation pond

4.6 Bacteria – algae symbiosis

4.7 Design of oxidation pond

4.8 Advantages disadvantages of oxidation ponds

4.9 Aerated lagoons

4.10 Principle

4.11 Advantages disadvantages of aerated lagoons

4.12 Design of aerated lagoon

4.13 Constructed wetlands

4.14 Phytoremediation and root zone technology

4.15 Principle

4.16 Advantages

4.17 Disadvantages

4.18 Applicationsattached growth system

4.19 Trickling filter

4.20 Principle

4.21 Different TF media their characteristics

4.22 Standard rate and highrate filters

4.23 Single stage two stage filters

4.24 Two stage filters

4.25 Design using NRC formula

4.26 Recirculation

4.27 Ventilation

4.28 Under drain system

4.29 Operational problems

4.30 Control measures

4.31 Rotating biological contactors

4.32 Principle

4.33 Advantages

4.34 Disadvantages

4.35 Applications

Unit 4

Secondary Treatment Aerobic Suspended and Attach Growth

4.1 Secondary Treatment

4.2 Aerobic Suspended and Attach Growth

4.3 Attach Growth

4.4 Suspended growth system

4.5 Oxidation pond

4.6 Bacteria – algae symbiosis

4.7 Design of oxidation pond

4.8 Advantages disadvantages of oxidation ponds

4.9 Aerated lagoons

4.10 Principle

4.11 Advantages disadvantages of aerated lagoons

4.12 Design of aerated lagoon

4.13 Constructed wetlands

4.14 Phytoremediation and root zone technology

4.15 Principle

4.16 Advantages

4.17 Disadvantages

4.18 Applicationsattached growth system

4.19 Trickling filter

4.20 Principle

4.21 Different TF media their characteristics

4.22 Standard rate and highrate filters

4.23 Single stage two stage filters

4.24 Two stage filters

4.25 Design using NRC formula

4.26 Recirculation

4.27 Ventilation

4.28 Under drain system

4.29 Operational problems

4.30 Control measures

4.31 Rotating biological contactors

4.32 Principle

4.33 Advantages

4.34 Disadvantages

4.35 Applications

Unit - 5 Anaerobic Tertiary And Emerging Treatment

Unit 5

Anaerobic Tertiary and Emerging Treatment

5.1 Anaerobic Tertiary and Emerging Treatment

5.2 Anaerobic treatment

5.3 Septic tank

5.4 Suitable conditions and situations

5.5 Biological principle

5.6 Method of treatment and disposal of septic tank

5.7 Effluent and design of septic tank

5.8 Anaerobic lagoon

5.9 Principle

5.10 Advantages disadvantage

5.11 Applications

5.12 Upflow anaerobic sludge blanket UASB reactor

5.13 Principle

5.14 Advantages disadvantage

5.15 Applications

5.16 Tertiary advanced treatment

5.17 Objectives

5.18 Introduction to nutrients removal processes

5.19 Adsorption

5.20 Ion exchange

5.21 Membrane processes

5.22 Advanced oxidation processes

5.23 Disinfection

5.24 Emerging wastewater treatment systems

5.25 Sequencing batch reactor SBR

5.26 Membrane bio reactors MBR

5.27 Moving bed bio reactor MBBR

5.28 Fluidized membrane bio reactor FMBR

5.29 Packed bed reactor PBR

5.30 Advantages

5.31 Limitations and applications

Unit 5

Anaerobic Tertiary and Emerging Treatment

5.1 Anaerobic Tertiary and Emerging Treatment

5.2 Anaerobic treatment

5.3 Septic tank

5.4 Suitable conditions and situations

5.5 Biological principle

5.6 Method of treatment and disposal of septic tank

5.7 Effluent and design of septic tank

5.8 Anaerobic lagoon

5.9 Principle

5.10 Advantages disadvantage

5.11 Applications

5.12 Upflow anaerobic sludge blanket UASB reactor

5.13 Principle

5.14 Advantages disadvantage

5.15 Applications

5.16 Tertiary advanced treatment

5.17 Objectives

5.18 Introduction to nutrients removal processes

5.19 Adsorption

5.20 Ion exchange

5.21 Membrane processes

5.22 Advanced oxidation processes

5.23 Disinfection

5.24 Emerging wastewater treatment systems

5.25 Sequencing batch reactor SBR

5.26 Membrane bio reactors MBR

5.27 Moving bed bio reactor MBBR

5.28 Fluidized membrane bio reactor FMBR

5.29 Packed bed reactor PBR

5.30 Advantages

5.31 Limitations and applications

Unit - 6 Sludge Management System And Reuse Of Water

Unit 6

Sludge Management System and Reuse of Water

6.1 Sludge Management System and Reuse of Water

6.2 Sludge management system

6.2 Primary and secondary sludge

6.4 Sludge thickening by gravity thickener

6.5 Sludge centrifugation

6.6 Introduction to aerobic digestion

6.7 Principle of anaerobic digestion

6.8 Stages of digestion

6.9 Bio – gas production

6.10 Characteristics applications

6.11 Factors governing anaerobic digestion

6.12 Design of sludge digestor

6.13 Sludge dewatering

6.14 Sludge drying beds

6.14 Sludge incineration

6.15 Sludge disposal reuse

6.16 Challenges in sludge management

6.17 Wastewater recycle and reuse

6.18 Driving factors for recycle and reuse

6.19 Recycling of grey water

6.20 Municipal sewage

6.21 Storm water and industrial effluent

6.22 Reuse opportunities in municipal

6.23 Industrial

6.24 Agricultural sector

6.25 Regulatory guidelines

6.26 WHO

6.27 US EPA

Unit 6

Sludge Management System and Reuse of Water

6.1 Sludge Management System and Reuse of Water

6.2 Sludge management system

6.2 Primary and secondary sludge

6.4 Sludge thickening by gravity thickener

6.5 Sludge centrifugation

6.6 Introduction to aerobic digestion

6.7 Principle of anaerobic digestion

6.8 Stages of digestion

6.9 Bio – gas production

6.10 Characteristics applications

6.11 Factors governing anaerobic digestion

6.12 Design of sludge digestor

6.13 Sludge dewatering

6.14 Sludge drying beds

6.14 Sludge incineration

6.15 Sludge disposal reuse

6.16 Challenges in sludge management

6.17 Wastewater recycle and reuse

6.18 Driving factors for recycle and reuse

6.19 Recycling of grey water

6.20 Municipal sewage

6.21 Storm water and industrial effluent

6.22 Reuse opportunities in municipal

6.23 Industrial

6.24 Agricultural sector

6.25 Regulatory guidelines

6.26 WHO

6.27 US EPA

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