This course deals with the basic principles and design aspects of sanitary engineering infrastructure. This comprises: drinking water supply and treatment, sewerage and wastewater treatment. Study goals: Insight in technological aspects of the urban water infrastructure.
This course has been awarded with the Award for Open Education Excellence in 2012.
Additional information about CT3420, Sanitary engineering, can be found on the TU website Watermanagement and the websites of related Chairs.
- D01a – Design and costs
- D01b – Drinking water treatment in developing countries
- D01c – International drinking water projects
- D02a – Aeration / Gas exchange
- D02b – Water quality and treatment of river bank filtrate
- D03a – Softening
- D03b – Filtration
- D04a – Sedimentation
- D04b – Removal of pharmaceuticals from surface water
- D05 – Simulation, modelling and control of drinking water treatment
- D06a – Drinking water from tap to source
- D06b – Discolouration: Who’s to blame
- S01 – Introduction: Why urban drainage? Types and flows
- S02 – Rainwater run-off processes, sewer inflow and design
- S03 – Construction, inspection and maintenance
- S04 – Hydraulic design principles
- S05 – Dimensioning of sewer network
- S06 – Special topics / Recent advances
- W01 – Introduction – Wastewater engineering: an overview
- W02a – Screens, Sleves, Sand & Grit removal, Settling
- W02b – Sedimentation: primary & secondary
- W03a – Fundamentals
- W03b – Trickling filters
- W04a – Process
- W04b – N&P removal
- W05 – Sludge Treatment
- W06 – Anaerobic treatment
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