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SEMESTER- I (1) COMPUTATIONAL METHODS PROBABILITY AND STATICS: Random Variables-discrete and continuous, cumulative distribution function and probability density function, concept of most probable member, elementary ideas of joint probability distribution, Sampling distribution t.F and x2 distribution, test of hypotheses. CALCULUS OF VARIATION: Distributions and their extreme values. Variation of functional and its properties, EulerLagrange’s equation. Minimization of functional. Gaderkin and Ritz method. OPTIMIZATION: Linear programming (up to simplex method). Non linear and dynamic programming. NUMERICAL METHOD: Solution of system of linear algebraic equation. Gansseidel metho, crout’s method. Solution of transcendental equation by Newton- Raphson method and method of false position. ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK (ANN) Training method, fuzzy logic (2) ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY GENERAL CHEMISTRY:Theory of valiancy, oxidation, numbers, oxidation-reduction reaction, law of mass action, Stochirnetry, gas laws. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY:Buffer solution, indicators. Amphoteric hydroxide, chemical equilibrium and way of shifting it. Osmosis dialysis. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY:1. organic compounds of interest to environmental engineers ( details of preparation and chemical reaction involved are not required), general properties of the functional groups of organic compounds. 2. enzymes, classification enzymes catalyzed reaction, energy considerations coupling of reaction. 3. breakdown and synthesis of carbohydrates, fats, proteins under aerobic and anaerobic reactions. 4. CNP cycles under aerobic and anaerobic reactions.
softening fluoridation. McCarty. 4.N Sawyer & P.plakton analysis. McGraw – Hill book Company Microbiology for Engineers. analysis of pesticide and heavy metals. Text/Reference Books:C. concept of BOD. 5. ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY Chemistry involved in water treatment procedure like coagulations. morphology and structure of bacteria. Design of transmission and distribution system. analysis of flow through pipe network 1. COLLODIAL CHEMISTRY Colloids. Hardy cross method 2. nutrient requirement.5. Linear method Reservoirs. McGraw Hill Book Co. ENVIORONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY 1. softening. haeckel’s classification and characterization of microorganisms viruses. (3) WATER SUPPLY AND WASTE WATER COLLECTION WATER SUPPLY Flow through pipesEquation for flow through pipes. dispersion of colloids. growth of bacteria. defluoridation. demineralization. WASTE WATER COLLECTION : General – . introduction of microbiology. chemistry for Environmental Engineering. basic microbiology of water and sewage. Rising MainDesign of rising main. 3. Effect of inclusion of pumps and valves in the distribution system Node flow analysis.L. iron and manganese removal. Newton Raphsons METHOD 3. 2. general and electro-kinetic properties of colloids. analysis of pseudomonas & streptococci. Moody diagram. TOC. Maintenance of distribution system-Detection and prevention of faults. kinetics of microbial groth. cause and prevention. water hammer. basic principals involved in the analysis of feacal indicator bacteria – coli forms and streptococci. COD. colloidal solution and mixtures. PRACTICALSPractical based on water & waste water Engineering.
building connections. TEXT/REFERENCE BOOKS Bhave P. depth of sewer. Lancaster : Technomic publishing Co. design. inverted siphon. sewer ventilation. sewer shape vis-avis their usefulness. Principles of sedimentations – effect of temperature. rainfall intensity – duration – frequency relationships.Inc. High rate and . Theories of chemical coagulation.Objectives. Theory of filtration design construction and operation of filters – hydraulics of filtration and filter back washing. pipe and open channel flow. common coagulant in water.1991. velocity of equal cleansing. sewage pump selection. Hydraulics of sewer – Fundamentals of fluid mechanics. street inlets. perikinetic and orthokinetic coagulation. Pumps and pumping stations --Pumps. And opration of flocculators. DESIGN OF SEWERS: Storm sewers -Estimation of design flow.R. pumping station design. Manual on sewerage and sewage treatment 4) MUNICIPAL AND INDUSTRIAL WATER TREATMENT Water quality criteria and standards. SEWER APPURTENANCES : Manholes. regular and measuring devices. theory and use of coagulant aids. types of system and sewers. estimation of design flows. sewer junctions.Analysis of flow in water distribution net works. sewer invert drop. self cleansing and damaging velocities through sewer. illustrative example.. design to a typical storm sewerage system. requisites for sewerage system design – survey and investigations. air ejectors. construction. flow in partially filled sewers. design of a typical sanitary sewerage system. fluctuation flows. Sanitary sewers – House plumbing system. rational and other method of estimation of design storm flow. requirements of water treatment facilities – unit operations and unit processes – important physical properties of water. viscosity – efficiency short circulating – design of inlets and outlets. High rate sedimentation. catch basins. sludge and its removal. sulfide generation in sewers. flushing tanks. Factors affecting coagulation. up flow and sludge blanket banks. flow equations. determination of coagulant doses. Performance of slow and rapid sand filters. pump drive units.
Langelier index. practical aspects of reactor design. conventional sewage treatment flow sheet. water treatment for industrial and other uses. Ion exchange demineralization. Softening by ion exchange. iron and removal. physicochemical process for water quality control. capacity.variable rate filtration. Miscellaneous method of water treatment. Lime – soda methods. Hot lime – soda. flow equalization and mixing. desalination.W. ultraviolet irradiation. flocculation. 5) MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL General objectives of sewage treatment.. sewage characteristics. Excess dose. Nordel. N. reactor selection. Split treatment.principles of biological treatment kinetic of biological growth. N. grit removal. Reinhold publishing corporation. steel E. Process analysis . Natural and synthetic media. Treatment requirements. Activated sludge tricking filter biological . flotation. sedimentation. Disposal of sludge. Softening of water. Two layer filter pressure filters diatomaceous earth filters.J. Biological treatment:. Hyperfiltration Text/references books :---N. Freundlich equation. functions of different unit processes. regeneration. mcgraw hill 1991. aerobic and anaerobic treatment of sewage. WATER TREATMENT FOR SWIMMING POOLS. Theories of adsorption.Y. disinfection. cooling and other industrial water requirements. Modern developments in filtration. Removal of taste and dour by adsorption. Weber. Recarbonation. water supply and sewerage. reaction and reaction kinetic. mass balance analysis. reactors and their hydraulic characteristics. Boiler. Factors affecting disinfect ion – free and combined available chlorine. Use of polyphosphates. phosphate and arsenic removal and recent advances. Dosage control. sewage treatment.J. john wiley and sons 1972. ozonization disinfection of new mains – emergency chlorination.Mcghee. Physical and chemical treatment : screening. E. Activated carbon phenol value. Other method of taste and odour control and colour removal. nitrate.
treatment. disposal and Reuse. Advanced waste water treatment :. Metcalf and Eddy.Sludge treatment: sludge treatment flow – sheets. theory and practices.Arceivala. storage and disposal by dilution. N. Holt. . marcel dekker 1981. Third edition McGraw – hill 1991.principles of tertiary treatment. various method of sludge treatment aerobic and anaerobic sludge digestion.R.Y. Design and operation. dewatering of sludge. Rinehart and Winston. grey Activated sludge process. wastewater treatment and disposal. Oxford University press 1990. sludge quality and quantity. wastewater engineering. N. Text/Reference Books:---S. Inc. Qasim S. conveyance. reuse and resource recovery. sludge conditioning. and recent developments.J.F. wastewater treatment plant planning.
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