Water Treatment

Water Treatment (CEng 342), Cr. hrs: 3 Course Outline

  1. Characteristics of Water
  2. Water Quality and Health
  3. Introduction to Water Treatment Process
  4. Coagulation and Flocculation
  5. Sedimentation
  6. Filtration
  7. Disinfection
  8. Floatation
  9. Miscellanous Water Treatment Processes
  10. Low cost water treatments

References

  1. Textbook: Elements of water supply Engineering by Tesfaye Nigussie
  2. Qasim S.R, Motley E.M and Zhu G. Waterworks Engineering

Lecture Slides

Chapter 1 Characteristics of Water      [Assignment 1]

Chapter 2a Water Quality and Health

Chapter 2b Water Quality Standards

Chapter 3 Introduction to Water Treatment

Chapter 4  Coagulation and Flocculation  (Updated!)      [Assignment on Coagulation & flocculation 2013]

Chapter 5 Sedimention (Updated on 11/11/13) [Assignment 3]

Chapter 6 Filtration (Updated!) [Assignment 4 06]

Chapter 7 Disinfection

Chapter 8 Dissolved Air Flotation [New!]

Chapter 9 Softening

Chapter 10 Low cost water treatments [New!]

List of Tests

Week 1 PH and Conductivity

Week 2: Acidity and Alkalinity

Week 3: Hardness

Week4: Jar test and Turbidity

Week 5: Free residual Chlorine

Week 6: DO, BOD, COD

Week 7: Sulfate and Phosphate

Week 8: Nitrate and Chloride

Week 9: Iron and Manganese

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  4. Hi there,

    I am approaching to solve a problem detailed in one of your homework assignments. (aaucivil.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/assignment-22.pdf). Number 3 is giving me trouble. It states:

    3. A water treatment plant is processing a flow of 42000 m3/d. The flocculation system consists of three identical parallel units. A side view of one of the units is shown in the sketch below. The dimensions of each flocculation unit are 4.5 m wide by 4.5 m deep by 18.8 m long. The inlet baffle is located 0.3 m from the front wall. Each unit has three sets of paddles mounted on a horizontal shaft. There are three sets of paddles attached to the shaft. The first set of paddles has four paddles on each arm (total of eight paddles) with centers located at 1.9, 1.7, 1.5, and 1.3 m from the shaft. The second set has three paddles on each arm with centers located at 1.9, 1.7, and 1.5 m from the shaft, and the third set has two paddles per arm with centers located at 1.9 and 1.5 m from the shaft. Each paddle is 0.1 m wide and 4.5 m long. The first paddle set is 0.8 m from the inlet baffle and the paddle set are separated by a distance of 0.8 m. At temperatures of 2 and 25°C what is the rotational speed of the shaft to achieve a mean velocity gradient of 20 s-l in a unit? What is the local velocity gradient for each paddle set? CD = 1.8, k = 0.25.

    I have no trouble finding the rotational speed of the shaft, however, finding the local velocity gradient for each paddle set is challenging. Do you know if you could explain or send me a solution?

    Thank You

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