Water and Wastewater Engineering

Course Description


In this course, Prof C. Venkobachar, Prof. Ligy Philip and Prof. B. S. Murty give 40 video lectures on Water & Wastewater Engineering. Some of the topics covered are:



Water and Wastewater Quantity Estimation:
Population Forecast, Water Demand for Various Purposes, Estimation of Wastewater Quantity, Variation in Quantity of Water and Wastewater (2 Lectures).



Water Supply/Distribution Systems:
(2 Lectures)



Wastewater Collection Systems:
(2 Lectures)



Water/Wastewater Quality Enhancement:
Philosophy of Treatment, Unit Operations and Processes; Physical, Chemical and Biological Methods. (1 Lecture)



Domestic Wastewater Treatment:
Wastewater Characteristics; Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Treatment. (1 Lecture)



Physical Unit Processes:
Screening, Commutation, Grit Removal, Equilization, Sedimentation. (3 Lectures)



Introduction to Microbiology:
Microbial Ecology and Growth Kinetics, Types of Microorganisms, Aerobic vs. Anaerobic Processes. (2 Lectures)



Biological Unit Processes:
Aerobic Treatment, Suspended Growth Aerobic Treatment

Processes, Activated Sludge Process and its Modifications, Attached Growth Aerobic Processes, Tricking Filters and Rotating Biological Contactors, Anaerobic Treatment, Suspended and Attached Growth, Fluidized Bed, Sludge Blanket Systems, Nitrification, Denitrification, Phosphorus Removal. (10 Lectures)



Sludge Treatment:
Thickening, Digestion, Dewatering, Sludge Drying, Composting. (2 Lectures)



Wastewater Treatment Plant Characteristics:
Sequencing of Unit Operations and Processes, Plant Layout, Hydraulic Considerations. (2 Lectures)



Natural Wastewater Treatment Systems:
Ponds and Lagoons, Wetlands and Root-zone Systems. (2 Lectures)



Surface and Ground Water Treatment for Potable Water Supply:
Water Characteristics, Sequencing of Unit Operations and Processes. (1 Lecture)



Chemical Unit Processes:
Coagulation-Flocculation, Filtration, Disinfections, Aeration and Gas Transfer, Membrane Processes; Precipitation, Softening, Adsorption and Ion Exchange. (9 Lectures)



Water Treatment Plant Characteristics:
Plant Layout, Hydraulic Considerations. (1 Lecture)



Rural Water Supply:
(1 Lecture)



Low Cost Sanitation:
Septic Tanks, Soak-pits. (1 Lecture)

Water and Wastewater Engineering


Prof C. Venkobachar, Prof. Ligy Philip and Prof. B. S. Murty in Lecture 7: Water Treatment System Unit Operations.

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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Introduction To Water & Waste Water Engineering (56:10) Play Video
2 Water & Waste Water Quality Enhancement (57:47) Play Video
3 Water & Waste Water Quantity Estimation (Part 1) (59:09) Play Video
4 Water & Waste Water Quantity Estimation (Part 2) (57:35) Play Video
5 Water & Waste Water Charecteristics (Part 1) (56:11) Play Video
6 Water & Waste Water Charecteristics (Part 2) (57:31) Play Video
7 Water Treatment System Unit Operations (56:50) Play Video
8 Sedimentation (Part 1) (57:34) Play Video
9 Sedimentation (Part 2) (59:42) Play Video
10 Coagulation & Flocculation (Part 1) (57:40) Play Video
11 Coagulation & Flocculation (Part 2) (57:25) Play Video
12 Softening (1:01:33) Play Video
13 Filtration (Part 1) (57:32) Play Video
14 Filtration (Part 2) (57:48) Play Video
15 Disinfection (57:52) Play Video
16 Introduction To Domestic Waste Water Treatment (57:38) Play Video
17 Physical Unit Processes For Waste Water Treatment (57:31) Play Video
18 Introduction To Microbiology (Part 1) (57:46) Play Video
19 Microbiology (Part 2) (57:50) Play Video
20 Waste Water Treatment Reactor Analysis (57:46) Play Video
21 Biological Unit Processes: Activated Sludge Process (58:15) Play Video
22 Activated Sludge Process: Modification (Part 1) (57:47) Play Video
23 Activated Sludge Process: Modification (Part 2) (57:29) Play Video
24 Aeration, Nitrification and Denitrification (56:33) Play Video
25 Natural Waste Water Treatment Systems: Ponds & Lagoons (59:54) Play Video
26 Attached Growth Aerobic Process: Trickling Filters and Rotating Biological Contractors (57:53) Play Video
27 Anaerobic Treatment (57:31) Play Video
28 Anaerobic Process: UASB Reactor (cont.) (56:53) Play Video
29 UASB (cont.) & Sludge Treatment (59:44) Play Video
30 Sludge Treatment (cont.) (59:48) Play Video
31 Sludge Treatment Continued & Waste Water Disposal (59:47) Play Video
32 Waste Water Disposal And Reuse (59:17) Play Video
33 Advanced Waste Water Treatment (1:00:10) Play Video
34 Adsorption (59:48) Play Video
35 Ion Exchange and Advanced Oxidation Process (59:45) Play Video
36 Industrial Waste Water Treatment (59:36) Play Video
37 Water Distribution Networks (57:05) Play Video
38 Santary Sewarage Systems Play Video
39 Storm Water Sewarage Systems (59:28) Play Video
40 Intake Structures and Pumping Installations (59:35) Play Video

Comments

Displaying 9 comments:

mohamad wrote 5 years ago.
i need a courses on potable water networks and irrigation
netwoks


kajbabu wrote 5 years ago.
Excellant, very informative.

Innocent Mjema wrote 5 years ago.
Very informative

shyamala wrote 6 years ago.
its nice

hassan wrote 6 years ago.
hi dear i am hassan and i am a boy
i am a teacher and in search about a pilot for wastewater
treatment
i need some information about taht


neethujoseph wrote 6 years ago.
introduction on domestic water treatment and watersupply

hsasani1982 wrote 6 years ago.
i am engineer

Rashid wrote 6 years ago.
GOOD LECTURE, PLS SUBTITLES

Rashid wrote 6 years ago.
I will express my sincere appreciation and I honestly liked
the lectures and therefore thank you for this work, you have
shown exhibed your expertise and have done justice to this
TOPIC, please provide subtitles in futures. THANK KEEP THE
GOOD WORK PROFESSORS


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