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Automation of Water Supply and Sewerage Systems
The course considers the technological parameters control as well as various control devices and systems used in the WSS systems and drinking / waste water treatment plants. After finishing the course students are able to choose suitable measurement devices and equipment for automated process control in WSS systems and treatment plants.
Chemistry in Civil Engineering
Upon completion of the course the students will be able to apply in specialised technological courses the knowledge obtained in: chemistry of inorganic binders; heterogeneous colloid dispersed and coarse dispersed systems; properties and main methods for treating water-dispersed systems; effect of natural waters on materials, structures and facilities; corrosion and main principles of protection of the metals used in construction against corrosion.
Chemistry in Civil Engineering
In this course are discussed the theoretical and applied aspects of the physical and physico-chemical issues of importance to the fundamental training of engineers from the Faculty of Hydrotechnics. The students will be able to apply in specialized technological courses the knowledge obtained in: chemistry of inorganic binders; heterogeneous colloid dispersed and coarse dispersed systems; properties and main methods for water-dispersed systems treating; impact of natural waters on materials, ...
Chemistry in Civil Engineering
In this course are discussed the theoretical and applied aspects of the physical and physico-chemical issues of importance to the fundamental training of engineers from the Faculty of Hydrotechnics. The students will be able to apply in specialized technological courses the knowledge obtained in: chemistry of inorganic binders; heterogeneous colloid dispersed and coarse dispersed systems; properties and main methods for water-dispersed systems treating; impact of natural waters on materials, ...
Chemistry in Civil Engineering
In this course are discussed the theoretical and applied aspects of the physical and physico-chemical issues of importance to the fundamental training of engineers from the Faculty of Hydrotechnics. The students will be able to apply in specialized technological courses the knowledge obtained in: chemistry of inorganic binders; heterogeneous colloid dispersed and coarse dispersed systems; properties and main methods for water-dispersed systems treating; impact of natural waters on materials, ...
Chemistry in Civil Engineering
Upon completion of the course the students will be able to apply in specialised technological courses the knowledge obtained in: chemistry of inorganic binders; heterogeneous colloid dispersed and coarse dispersed systems; properties and main methods for treating water-dispersed systems; effect of natural waters on materials, structures and facilities; corrosion and main principles of protection of the metals used in construction against corrosion.
Chemistry of Water
The course presents the theoretical bases of water chemistry. Students receive some knowledge about: the chemical composition of natural water having different origin; important processes intfluencing its formation; characteristics of main impurities; methods for chemical analyses; an evaluation of water quality. Special accent is put on some widely used processes for water treatment. Some problems of corrosion of metal equipment are discussed.
Chemistry of Water
The course presents the theoretical bases of water chemistry. Students receive some knowledge about: the chemical composition of natural water having different origin; important processes intfluencing its formation; characteristics of main impurities; methods for chemical analyses; an evaluation of water quality. Special accent is put on some widely used processes for water treatment. Some problems of corrosion of metal equipment are discussed.
Computered Modelling of Sewerage Networks
Hydrological and hydraulic aspects of the sewerage systems are dealt with, as well as the main approaches and procedures for the relevant processes modeling. Attention is paid to the runoff modeling by implementing of physically based and conceptual approaches, as well as to the actual commercial software in the field. After successful passing the taught course, students are able to perform technological investigations, assessment, management and control of sewer systems and associated ...
Ecology and Environment Protection
The first part of the subject acquaints students with the fundamentals of the theoretical ecology. The wider and philosophic knowledge obtained on the man-environment interaction allows a global interpretation on a solid engineering basis built on the technical disciplines studied. The second part considers the applied aspect of the theoretical ecology, the environmental protection. Students learn about global ecological problems, steps undertaken worldwide, and the major current laws adopted ...
Exploitation of Water Supply and Sewerage Systems and Structures
The subject considers the main issues related to the operation of water intake facilities, WSS systems and associated structures. The maintenance of the major blocks of the treatment plants for natural and waste water is considered in a separate section. After finishing the course students may take part in the approval, putting into operation and maintenance of urban water supply systems and structures (water-intake driven and shaft wells, pressure tanks, pumping and chlorination stations) and ...
Exploitation of Water Supply and Sewerage Treatment Plants
The course emphasizes on issues related to putting into operation of treatment plants for natural water and municipal wastewater and the specific features of their operation. After finishing the course students are capable to analyse and control the natural and wastewater treatment plants operation.
Fundamentals of Hydraulics, Water Supply and Sewerage
After finishing the course students become familiar with the basic laws on equilibrium and flow of fluids and their practical application, to construct water supply and sewerage (drainage) systems and structures in urban areas, residential and public buildings, construction sites and individual projects.
Gas Supply
The course offers knowledge of: main properties of gas fuel; production and processing of natural gas; gas supply mains; gas demand and estimation of design loads; distribution gas supply network and equipment; methods and devices for measuring of gas consumption; and pressure regulation and overpressure protection. After completing the course the students will be able to design gas distribution networks with pressure from 0, 01 MPa to 1, 6 MPa.
Gas Supply - Project Assignment
Preliminary design project for gas supply of a settlement is developed. The project includes the design of two pressure natural gas supply system including all the elements: gas regulating stations, gas distribution stations, valves etc. Hydraulic sizing of the low and high pressure network is performed. After the successful presentation of the project, students are able to perform technological design of distribution networks of settlements.
Municipal and Industrial Waste Water Treatment
The course includes the following topics: type, quantity and composition of wastewater - urban, industrial and rain water; environmental and water-related legislation; basic methods, flow sheets and facilities for mechanical, biological and advanced wastewater and sludge treatment; basic physical and chemical methods and structures for industrial wastewater treatment; research, design and construction of urban and industrial wastewater treatment plants. After the successful completion of the ...
Municipal and Industrial Waste Water Treatment - Project Assignment
Development of design project for municipal wastewater treatment plant is included in the teaching programme. Detailed technological calculations and design of the main units along the water and sludge courses are performed. After the successful presentation of the course project, students are able to take part in the design and construction of municipal wastewater treatment plants.
Natural Water Purification
This subject covers all necessary topics that give students the knowledge and skills on the natural water quality and the associated methodology, the technological processes and treatment facilities for clarification, removing of colour and disinfection of water, study, design and construction of drinking water purification plants, and research work in the field.
Natural Water Purification
This discipline covers all necessary topics that give students knowledge and skills on the natural water quality and the associated methodology, the technological processes and treatment facilities for clarification, removing of colour, softening, desalination, removing of iron and manganese, stabilization and disinfection of water, design and construction of treatment plants for industrial water supply, and research work in the field.
Natural Water Purification - Project Assignment
After the successful presentation of the project, students acquire broad knowledge and practical skills in the selection of technological schemes and equipment for natural water treatment at different parameters of the raw water. They will be able to carry out hydraulic and technological sizing of various mixers, settling chambers, reaction chambers, clarifiers, rapid filters, facilities for disinfection, ozonation and softening of water, facilities for storage, preparation and dosage of ...
Natural Water Purification - Project Assignment
After the successful presentation of the project, students acquire broad knowledge and practical skills in the selection of technological schemes and equipment for natural water treatment at different parameters of the raw water. They will be able to carry out hydraulic and technological sizing of various mixers, settling chambers, reaction chambers, clarifiers, rapid filters, facilities for disinfection, ozonation and softening of water, facilities for storage, preparation and dosage of ...
Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry and Water Microbiology
Main objectives of this lecture course are the biological processes and organism types, which are appropriate for purification of wastewater in natural and artificial conditions and reestablishment of environment balance, as well as microbiological aspects of water-aided spreading of contagious diseases and water quality control. The course is basic for the disciplines “Ecology”, “Municipal and industrial wastewater Treatment”, “Solid waste treatment” and “Wastewater Treatment”.
Pumps and Pump Stations
The subject covers pump construction, principles of operation, technical features and specific characteristics of various types of pumps, determination of adequate parameters of pumps working in various water supply schemes. Additional knowledge is provided on basic requirements concerning designing and construction of water supply and sewerage pump stations.
Pumps and Pump Stations - Project Assignment
The project consists of two parts: 1. Water supply pumping stations; 2. Wastewater pumping stations. The first part is related to hydraulic dimensioning of pipelines and determination of their characteristics, graphic determination of the operating point of pumps, selection of pumps and design of water supply pumping station. The same procedure is repeated in the second part for wastewater pumping station. Lab exercise is included in the project in order to acquaint students with the structure ...
Sewerage Networks and Facilities
Technological, structural, hydrological and hydraulic aspects of the sewerage systems are dealt with. The sewerage networks are treat in the context of the integrated approach in collecting, transporting, treating and discharging of wastewater to the receiver with relevance to protection of the latter from pollution. Special attention is paid to the runoff modeling by implementing of physically based and conceptual approaches, as well as to the actual commercial software in the field. After the ...
Sewerage Networks and Fasilities - Project Assignment
Development of design project for municipal sewer network and associated facilities is included also in the teaching programme. Part of the hydraulic calculations is performed by using a classical method, in order to better understand the relevant technological procedures. All the hydraulic calculations however are performed by using specialized software. After the successful presentation of the design project, students are able to perform design projects and construction of sewer systems and ...
Solid Waste Treatment
The essence of this subject is the determination of the quantity and composition of the municipal solid waste as well as their collection, transportation and treatment. After finishing the course students are able to design, construct and maintain sanitary landfills for municipal solid waste.
Solid Waste Treatment - Project Assignment
The project deals with the estimation of the amount and composition of the solid waste of a settlement, and forecasting its amount and composition for a certain future period. The number of the necessary waste containers is estimated as well as the number of the vehicles needed. Technological design of a forwarding station and a landfill is performed.
Special Field Practice ( Introduction to Water Supply and Sewerage Systems )
The objective of this practical training is to acquaint students with the structure and operation of the main facilities of the water supply, sewerage and gas supply systems. Students visit operating treatment plants for drinking water and waste water, water catchments, tanks, pumping stations, warehouses, swimming pools, etc. Seeing these facilities "live" is quite useful for the studies in the next years.
Technology of Water Treatment
The course includes acquaintance with and practical training on methods for obtaining of the main technological parameters for assessment and control of the water and wastewater treatment plants. Some advanced technologies for domestic and industrial wastewater treatment are demonstrated as well. After a successful completion of the course, students are able to perform exploitation, management and technological control of drinking water treatment plants and municipal and industrial wastewater ...
Waste Water Treatment
The course includes the following main topics: type, flow rates and composition of municipal wastewater; environmental and water-related legislation; basic methods, selection of treatment process flow diagrams; methods and facilities for mechanical and biological wastewater and sludge treatment; advanced wastewater treatment for nitrogen and phosphorus removal. After finishing the course, students can estimate flow rates and loads, to take part in the selection, analysis and design of treatment ...
Waste Water Treatment - Project Assignment
The project includes design of municipal wastewater treatment plant. The following main topics are considered: design flow rates and composition of municipal wastewater in dry and wet periods; concentration and loads of wastewater constituents; selection of treatment process flow diagram; design of facilities for mechanical and biological wastewater and sludge treatment. Students present drawings on main facilities; hydraulic profile and layout of a treatment plant. After finishing the project, ...
Water Supply and Sewerage
This discipline emphasizes on the basic requirements related to design, construction and maintenance of water supply and sewerage systems and structures. Students pursuing the Irrigation and Drainage Engineering programme acquire knowledge and skills allowing them to participate in the construction and maintenance of water supply and sewerage systems and structures related to the catchment, treatment, transport and distribution of water for the needs of settlements and industry.
Water Supply and Sewerage
This discipline emphasizes on the basic requirements related to design, construction and maintenance of water supply and sewerage systems and structures. Students pursuing the Irrigation and Drainage Engineering programme acquire knowledge and skills allowing them to participate in the construction and operation of water supply and sewerage systems and structures related to the catchment, treatment, transportation and distribution of water for the needs of settlements and industry.
Water Supply and Sewerage
This discipline emphasizes on the basic requirements related to design, construction and maintenance of water supply and sewerage systems and structures. Students pursuing the Irrigation and Drainage Engineering programme acquire knowledge and skills allowing them to participate in the construction and maintenance of water supply and sewerage systems and structures related to the catchment, treatment, transport and distribution of water for the needs of settlements and industry.
Water Supply and Sewerage
This discipline emphasizes on the basic requirements related to design, construction and maintenance of water supply and sewerage systems and structures. Students pursuing the Irrigation and Drainage Engineering programme acquire knowledge and skills allowing them to participate in the construction and operation of water supply and sewerage systems and structures related to the catchment, treatment, transportation and distribution of water for the needs of settlements and industry.
Water Supply and Sewerage - Project Assignment
The aim of the project is to acquaint students with codes for design, construction and operation of water supply and sewerage systems and structures. Upon finishing the project students acquire knowledge and skills which allow them to tale part in the design, hydraulic dimensioning, building and operation of water supply and sewerage systems.
Water Supply and Sewerage - Project Assignment
The aim of the project is to acquaint students with codes for design, construction and operation of water supply and sewerage systems and structures. Upon finishing the project students acquire knowledge and skills which allow them to tale part in the design, hydraulic dimensioning, building and operation of water supply and sewerage systems.
Water Supply and Sewerage - Project Assignment
The aim of the project is to acquaint students with codes for design, construction and operation of water supply and sewerage systems and structures. Upon finishing the project students acquire knowledge and skills which allow them to tale part in the design, hydraulic dimensioning, building and operation of water supply and sewerage systems.
Water Supply and Sewerage - Project Assignment
The aim of the project is to acquaint students with codes for design, construction and operation of water supply and sewerage systems and structures. Upon finishing the project students acquire knowledge and skills which allow them to tale part in the design, hydraulic dimensioning, building and operation of water supply and sewerage systems.
Water Supply and Sewerage - Project Assignment
The aim of the project is to acquaint students with codes for design, construction and operation of water supply and sewerage systems and structures. Upon finishing the project students acquire knowledge and skills which allow them to tale part in the design, hydraulic dimensioning, building and operation of water supply and sewerage systems.
Water Supply and Sewerage of Buildings
This subject considers the requirements for design and sizing of individual components of the house water supply and drain plumbing for cold and hot water, water for fire extinguishing, swimming pools as well as the facilities for local treatment of small amount of wastewater. After finishing the course students are able to design various house water supply and drainage systems.
Water Supply and Sewerage of Buildings - Project Assignment
The project concerns water supply and drainage of residential building. Design and sizing of the plumbing for cold, hot, circulation and fire-extinguishing water is performed, as well as for the drain system and associated facilities. Upon finishing the project students are able to design various house water-supply and drain installations.
Water Supply and Sewerage Systems and Structures
After finishing the course students acquire knowledge and skills to design, construct and maintain water supply and sewerage systems and structures related to water catchment, transport and distribution of water for municipal and industrial needs; surface and ground water intake facilities; systems and structures for transportation, distribution, storage and discharge of water; pressure regulating units; water cooling facilities in circulation water supply systems; river training in settlements.
Water Supply and Sewerage Systems and Structures
The subject brings knowledge to students on the basic requirements and methods for design of water supply and sewerage systems and structures, such as water supply systems, water intakes, reservoirs, pump stations, water supply pipelines, sewerage systems, sewerage manholes and overflows. Students acquire knowledge and skills allowing them to participate in the design, construction and operation of water supply and sewerage systems and structures.
Water Supply and Sewerage Systems and Structures - Project Assignment
After finishing the project, students acquire practical skills and experience to design water supply and sewerage systems and structures related to water catchment, transport and distribution of water for municipal and industrial needs; surface and ground water intake facilities; systems and structures for transportation, distribution, storage and discharge of water; pressure regulating units.
Water Supply Systems and Structures
After finishing the course students acquire knowledge and skills to design, construct and maintain surface and ground water intake facilities, water mains, water supply systems, tanks, water supply facilities, industrial water supply systems and facilities, water cooling facilities in circulation water supply systems, etc.
Water Supply Systems and Structures - Project Assignment
After finishing the project, students acquire practical skills and experience to design and construct surface and ground water intake facilities, water mains, water supply systems, tanks, water supply facilities. This discipline provides the necessary knowledge and information for an immediate engineering application of the matters studied.
Water Supply, Sewerage, Water and Wastewater Treatment
The teaching subject consists of four main parts: water supply networks and facilities; sewer networks and facilities; water treatment; wasterwater treatment. Basic issues and requirements are treated, concerning the problems, associated with the four main parts of the subject - technologies, design, construction and exploitation of the relevant networks, facilities and treatment plants.