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# LESSON PLAN

## Programme EC 110 : DIPLOMA OF ENGINEERING CIVIL Verified By:

Course ECW351 : WATER AND WASTEWATER ENGINEERING
Lecturer DURATUL AIN BINTI THOLIBON
Room A 210 Phone 017-6049749 Email duratulain@pahang.uitm.edu.my

EC110 5A
EC110 5B
EC110 5C
EC110 5G

## WEEK CONTENT/TOPICS COVERED ENGINEERING ACTIVITIES LEARNING OUTCOME (LO) CO-PO

1 Topic 1: Introduction to hydrology Students will be introduced to CO1
(3 hours) OBE and topics covered for
11/09-15/09 Subject overview the semester. Addressing:
OBE briefing on ECW351 PO1
Briefing on assessment tasks Students should be able to:
- Describe and explain the
(2 hours LECTURE) hydrologic cycle and its
(1 hour TUTORIAL) component (CO1-PO1).
- State and apply the water
budget equation (CO1-
PO1).
2 TOPIC 2 : Precipitation Lectures and discussion At the end of the lesson, CO1
(3 hours) students should be able to:
18/09-22/09 1.1 Types and measurement of Activity: Addressing:
precipitation The students are required in group - List and explain the types of PO1
1.2 Analysis of precipitation using to calculate the annual average precipitation. (CO1-PO1).

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Isohyetal, Thiessen and Mean precipitation for the catchment - Determine precipitation Level of
Arithmetic Method given. using Isohyetal, Thiessen Complexity I
and Mean methods. (CO1- Structured
(2 hours LECTURE) CDIO skills measured: PO1). known solution
(1 hour TUTORIAL) Core engineering fundamental Small team
knowledge. Duration: 1 hour

## 3 TOPIC 3 : Evaporation At the end of the lesson, CO1

(3 hours) students should be able to:
25/09-29/09 3.1 Introduction to the concept of Addressing:
evaporation and measurement. - Measure evaporation by PO1
3.2 Estimation of evaporation (water indirect method (CO1-PO1).
budget equation) - Use evaporation coefficient
(CO1-PO1).
(2 hours LECTURE) - Apply evaporation equation
(1 hour TUTORIAL) (CO1-PO1).
4 TOPIC 4 : Infiltration At the end of the lesson, CO1
(3 hours) students should be able to:
02/10-06/10 4.1 Introduction to infiltration and its Addressing:
measurement - Determine infiltration rate. PO1
4.2 Infiltration indices (-index and - Determine coefficient of
W-index) infiltration.

(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL
5 TOPIC 5 : Stream Flow At the end of the lesson, CO1
(3 hours) Measurement students should be able to:
5.1 Introduction to stream flow and - Measure stream flow rate PO1
calculation of discharge using (CO1-PO1).
velocity area method (Mid and - Use velocity area method
Mean Section Method) (CO1-PO1).

(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)

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MID TERM BREAK 16 OCTOBER 2017- 20 OCTOBER 2017
6 TOPIC 5 : Stream Flow At the end of the lesson, CO1
(3 hours) Measurement students should be able to:
5.1 Introduction to stream flow and - Measure stream flow rate PO1
calculation of discharge using (CO1-PO1).
velocity area method (Mid and - Use velocity area method
Mean Section Method). (CO1-PO1).

(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)
7 TOPIC 6 : Water Resources Lectures and report paper. At the end of the lesson, CO2
(3 hours) students should be able to :
30/10-03/11 6.1 Introduction to the importance of Activity: Addressing:
water resources to public water The students are required in group - Explain the importance, PO3
supply and requirement set by to organize their thinking to rank the protecting water resources
WHO, and Malaysian Standard. river classification by water quality and requirement set by Level of
index for the river data given. WHO (CO2-PO3). Complexity I
(2 hours LECTURE) Structured
(1 hour TUTORIAL) CDIO skills measured: known solution
Core engineering fundamental Small team
knowledge. Duration: 1 hour
8 TOPIC 6 : Water Resources At the end of the lesson, CO2
(3 hours) students should be able to:
06/11-10/11 6.2 Water quality parameters Addressing:
(physical, chemical and biological) - State and explain the PO3
and its quality standard based on characteristics of water and
the Interim National Water Quality its quality (CO2-PO3).
Standards for Malaysia. - Explain the quality standard
based on Interim National
(2 hours LECTURE) Water Quality Standard
(1 hour TUTORIAL) (CO2-PO3).

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9 CHAPTER 6 : Water Resources At the end of the lesson, CO2
(3 hours) students should be able to:
13/11-17/11 6.3 Introduction to conventional water Addressing:
treatment process (physical and - Explain the purpose of each PO3
chemical treatment screening, unit in water treatment
coagulation, flocculation, (CO2-PO3).
sedimentation, filtration,
disinfection, aeration and
fluoridation)

(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)
10 CHAPTER 6 : Water Resources At the end of the lesson, CO2
(3 hours) 6.4 Introduction to conventional water students should be able to:
20/11-24/11 treatment process (physical and Addressing:
chemical treatment screening, - Explain the purpose of each PO3
coagulation, flocculation, unit in water treatment
sedimentation, filtration, (CO2-PO3).
disinfection, aeration and
fluoridation)

(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)
11 CHAPTER 7 : Basic of Wastewater Lecture and Discussion At the end of the lesson, CO2
(3 hours) Engineering students should be able to:
27/11-01/12 7.1 Introduction to domestic The students are required to Addressing:
wastewater characteristics organize their thinking to identify the - Explain the characteristics PO3
7.2 Introduction to wastewater type of water treatment suitable for of wastewater (CO2-PO3).
treatment process according to the current issues/ problem on the - Explain the wastewater I-O
Environment Quality Assessment river in Malaysia. treatment according to Level of
(EQA) 1974 environment quality Complexity I
CDIO skills measured: assessment EQA, 1974 Structured
(2 hours LECTURE) Core engineering fundamental (CO2-PO3). known solution
(1 hour TUTORIAL) knowledge. Small Team
Duration: 1 hour

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12 CHAPTER 7 : Basic of Wastewater At the end of the lesson, CO2
(3 hours) Engineering students should be able to:
04/12-08/12 7.3 Introduction to domestic Addressing:
wastewater characteristics - Explain the characteristics PO3
7.4 Introduction to wastewater of wastewater (CO2-PO3).
treatment process according to - Explain the wastewater
Environment Quality Assessment treatment according to
(EQA) 1974 environment quality
assessment EQA, 1974
(2 hours LECTURE) (CO2-PO3).
(1 hour TUTORIAL)
13 CHAPTER 7 : Basic of Wastewater At the end of the lesson, CO2
(3 hours) Engineering students should be able to:
11/12-15/12 7.5 Introduction to domestic - Explain the characteristic of
7.6 Introduction to wastewater - Explain the wastewater PO3
treatment process according to treatment according to
Environment Quality Assessment environment quality
(EQA) 1974 assessment EQA 1974
(CO2-PO3).
(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)
14 CHAPTER 8: Engineering Impact Lectures and Discussion. At the end of the lesson, CO2
(3 hours) and Sustainable Development. students should be able to:
8.1 Introduction to Environmental The students are required to - Explain the importance of PO3
Study Week Impact Assessment (EIA), organize their thinking to identify EIA and its importance to
25/12-01/01 principle and importance of current development, benefits, sustainable development. I-O
sustainable development. challenges, and recommendations Level of
to achieve sustainable development Complexity I
(2 hours LECTURE) and present their findings. Structured
(1 hour TUTORIAL) known solution
CDIO skills measured: Small Team
Core engineering fundamental Duration: 1 hour
knowledge.

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B. LABORATORY

## 1 Safety and health in laboratory 1. Explain OEL concept. -

2. Explain Lab, safety issues.
2 Jar Test 1. Carry out the test & present result. L0
2. Work in group and produce report.
3 pH,Turbidity, conductivity 1. Carry out the test & present result. L1
2. Work in group and produce report.
4 Volatile Suspended Solids (VSS) 1. Carry out the test & present result. L1
2. Work in group and produce report.
5 COD 1. Carry out the test & present result. L1
2. Work in group and produce report.
6 Hardness 1. Carry out the test & present result. L2
2. Work in group and produce report.
7 Iron, Manganese 1. Carry out the test & present result. L2
2. Work in group and produce report.
8 Chloride & AN 1. Carry out the test & present result. L2
2. Work in group and produce report.
9 Practical Test 1 (15%)
10 Suspended Solids 1. Carry out the test & present result. L3
2. Work in group and produce report.
11 DO, BOD 1. Carry out the test & present result. L3
2. Work in group and produce report.
12 Enumeration of Bacteria 1. Carry out the test & present result. L3
2. Work in group and produce report.
13 Practical Test 2 (15%)
14 Mini Project 1. Carry out the test & present result. L3
2. Work in group and produce report.

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Assessment Weightage

Continuous assessment
Practical test x 2nos (15 + 15) - 30 %

Report writing - 10 %

Final examination
Covers all topics - 60 %

References
Subramanya, K. (2009). Engineering hydrology (3rd ed.). Tata Mc Graw Hill.
Davis, M (2010). Water and Wastewater Engineering: Design and Practice. McGraw Hill.
Critten, J. C (2012). Water Treatment: Principles and Design (3rd ed). Wiley
Rice, E.W (2012). Standard Methods for the Examination of water and Wastewater, AWWA.
Metcalf & Eddy. (2003). Wastewater engineering: Treatment, disposal and reuse (4th ed). McGraw Hill.

Prepared By:

## Dr Duratul Ain Tholibon

Dr Duratul Ain Tholibon
Lecturer In Charge (ECW351)
UiTM Pahang