Sanitary Engineering Laboratory

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CE453
Sanitary Engineering
Laboratory
(1.5-2:1)
Description: This Lab course is intended to practice basic water quality analyses. Gravimetric, volumetric and
spectrophotometeric analytical methods are used to determine quality parameters of raw water, finished water
and wastewater. Parameters tested include alkalinity, hardness, salinity and solids, BOD and COD among others
.
Pre-requisite: Sanitary Engineering CE 451
Student Assessment and Grading: Lab Reports (30%), Quizzes (5%), 1 Midterm Exam (25%), Final Exam
(40%)
Learning outcomes, delivery and assessment methods- Cross Reference Table:
Method of
Delivery
Lecturing on
theory and Lab
Practice
Assessment
Methods
Report submission,
quizzes and exams
Program objectives
2. Appreciation of QA/QC protocols in water
quality LAB including the significance
of reference samples and controls
Lecturing on
theory and Lab
Practice
Report submission,
quizzes and exams
a, f, g, h, i, j
Lecturing on
theory and Lab
Practice
Report submission,
quizzes and exams
a, b, d, f, g, h, i, j, and k
3. Solids determination and gravimetric
analysis
4. Beer’s law and spectrophotometric
analysis as applied to the determination
of p-Nitro Phenol in waters
Lecturing on
theory and Lab
Practice
Report submission,
quizzes and exams
a, b, d, f, g, h, i, j, and k
Lecturing on
theory and Lab
Practice
Report submission,
quizzes and exams
a, b, d, f, g, h, i, j, and k
5. Titration skills and acid / base chemical
analyses
Lecturing on
theory and Lab
Practice
Report submission,
quizzes and exams
a, b, d, f, g, h, i, j, and k
6. Determination of water alkalinity
Report submission,
quizzes and exams
a, b, d, f, g, h, i, j, and k
7. Determination of water hardness
Lecturing on
theory and Lab
Practice
8. Turbidity of surface waters, Jar Test and
Modeling of the coagulationflocculation process
Lecturing on
theory and Lab
Practice
Report submission,
quizzes and exams
a, b, d, f, g, h, i, j, and k
9. Determination of EC, TDS, and Chlorine
residual in drinking and irrigation
waters
Lecturing on
theory and Lab
Practice
Report submission,
quizzes and exams
a, b, d, f, g, h, i, j, and k
10. Determination of 5-day BOD in influent
and effluent of wastewater treatment
plants
Lecturing on
theory and Lab
Practice
Report submission,
quizzes and exams
a, b, d, f, g, h, i, j, and k
11. Determination of COD in wastewater
Lecturing on
Report submission,
a, b, d, f, g, h, i, j, and k
Student Learning Outcome
1. Basic orientation on safety measures in
the sanitary engineering LAB
a, f, g, h, i, j
12. Application of membrane filter technique
(MFT) to measure total and fecal
coliforms in water
theory and Lab
Practice
quizzes and exams
Lecturing on
theory and Lab
Practice
Report submission,
quizzes and exams
CE453
Sanitary Engineering Laboratory
Catalog Data
CE453 Sanitary Engineering Laboratory
a, b, d, f, g, h, i, j, and k
(1.5 – 2 : 1)
This Lab course is intended to practice basic water quality analyses. Gravimetric, volumetric
and spectrophotometeric analytical methods are used to determine quality parameters of raw
water, finished water and wastewater. Parameters tested include alkalinity, hardness, salinity
and solids, BOD and COD among others
Textbook
Water quality LAB Manual, assembled by Shahalam
Reference
1.Handout Materials
2. Water Supply and Pollution Control, 5th edition, Viessman, Jr. and Hammer, HarperCollins
College Publishers, 1993.
3. Wastewater Engineering: Treatment, Disposal and Reuse, Metcalf & Eddy, Inc., 3 rd ed.,
1991.
1.
Coordinator
Dr. Ziad Al-Ghazawi
Goals
This course is designed to provide the students with hands on experience in practicing
laboratory procedures on selected parameters of water quality-as applied to schemes of water
and wastewater treatment.
Learning
Outcomes:
1. Basic orientation on safety measures in the sanitary engineering LAB
2. Appreciation of QA/QC protocols in water quality LAB including the significance of reference samples and controls
3. Solids determination and gravimetric analysis
4. Beer’s law and spectrophotometric analysis as applied to the determination of p-Nitro Phenol in waters
5. Titration skills and acid / base chemical analyses
6. Determination of water alkalinity
7. Determination of water hardness
8. Turbidity of surface waters, Jar Test and Modeling of the coagulation-flocculation process
9. Determination of EC, TDS, and Chlorine residual in drinking and irrigation waters
10. Determination of 5-day BOD in influent and effluent of wastewater treatment plants
11. Determination of COD in wastewater
12. Application of membrane filter technique (MFT) to measure total and fecal coliforms in water
Pre-Requisites
Contents of the CE 451 Sanitary Engineering
course
by Topic
Topics
1. Basic orientation on safety measures in the sanitary engineering LAB
2. Appreciation of QA/QC protocols in water quality LAB including the
significance of reference samples and controls
3. Solids determination and gravimetric analysis
4. Beer’s law and spectrophotometric analysis as applied to the determination
of p-Nitro Phenol in waters
5. Titration skills and acid / base chemical analyses
6. Determination of water alkalinity
7. Determination of water hardness
8. Turbidity of surface waters, Jar Test and Modeling of the coagulationflocculation process
9. Determination of EC, TDS, and Chlorine residual in drinking and
irrigation waters
10. Determination of 5-day BOD in influent and effluent of wastewater
treatment plants
11. Determination of COD in wastewater
12. Application of membrane filter technique (MFT) to measure total and
fecal coliforms in water
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Computer
Usage
Spread Sheet programming is used to calculate chemical and biochemical kinetics
Assessment
and Grading
Reports.……………. 30%
Quizzes…..………… 5%
Estimated
Content
Engineering Science
0.5 Credit
Engineering Lab
1.0 Credit
Prepared by
Dr. Ziad Al-Ghazawi
1 MT exam ………… ………… 25%
Final Exam ……………………. 40%
Date:
March 2007
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