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Industrial Water Supply & Water Management

Dozent / Betreuer

  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karl-Heinz Rosenwinkel
  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stephan Köster
  • M. Sc. Kristina Elsner
  • M. Sc. Ina Feldkämper

Termine

  • Monday 09:45h-11:15h starting 19.10.2015; Geb.-Raum: MZ 2 (3403)
  • Tuesday 15:45h-17:15h starting 13.10.2015; Geb.-Raum: MZ 2 (3408)

Studien-/ Prüfungsleistung

  • Written examination

Ziel des Moduls

This course seeks to impart the basic principles and the technological aspects of industrial water management. The course includes management and treatment of boiler- and coolingwater, the principles of watercycles in industry and the main-treatment-technogies in industrial water- and wastewatertreatment including physical, chemical and biological methods. Students will learn the design, lay-out and calculation of the different processes including practical aspects. Additionally, students will get an overview of the aims of production-intergrated environmental protection measures in different industries as the reuse of production-, washing- and rinsing water.

After successful completion of this module, students are able to

- discribe boiler and cooling water processes, water quality requirements of different industries and production integrated environmental protection measures;

- explain water treatment processes as well as calculating and interpreting them;

- design and dimension industrial water and wastewater treatment facilities, especially treatment processes which are mainly used for industrial wastewater;

- explain functional principles of the treatment processes and contrast their advantages and disadvantages. 

Inhalt des Moduls

Industrial water supply and treatment

  • Industrial water demand 
  • Cooling-Tower System and their special characteristics
  • Water quality requirements of different industries and for different purposes like cooling -and process water
  • Production-intergrated environmental protection measures 
  • Treatment processes like filtration (membrane), adsorption, ion-exchange, softening and desalination


Industrial wastewater treatment

  • Concentrations and loads of different industrial wastewaters
  • Specific industrial wastewater treatment processes (chemical, physical, aerobic anaeorobic processes)
  • Design and dimension of industrial wastewater treatment plants
  • Industrial water management in specific industries 

Empfohlende Vorkenntnisse

  • Umweltbiologie und -chemie (Natural Science: Hydrobiology and -chemistry)
  • Siedlungswasserwirtschaft und Abfalltechnik (Sanitary Engineering)

Literatur

  • Mutschmann, J., Stimmelmayr, F. (2002): Tachenbuch der Wasserversorgung. 13. Auflage, Friedr. Vieweg & Sohn Verlagsgesellschaft mbH.
  • Metcalf & Eddy, Inc. et al. (2002): Wastewater Engineering: Treatment and Reuse. 4. Auflage, McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math, NJ.
  • Rosenwinkel, K.-H. et al. (2005): Anaerobtechnik. 2. Auflage, Springer-Verlag.
  • Barnes, D. et al. (1984): Survey in industrial wastewater treatment: Food and allied industries, Vol. 1, Pitman Advanced Publishing Program, Boston.
  • Byers, W. et al. (2003): Industrial water management: A Systems Approach. Wiley, NJ.
  • Lehr, J., Keeley, J. (2005): Water Encyclopedia: Domestic, municipal, and industrial water supply and waste disposal. Wiley, NJ.
  • Rosenwinkel, K.-H. et al. (2008): Considering water quality for use in the food industry. ILSI Europe Report Series, Brussels.
  • Rosenwinkel, K.-H. et al. (2005): Industrial wastewater sources and treatment strategies. Environmental Biotechnology: Concepts and Applications. Wiley, Weinheim. 

Besonderheiten

  • Die Vorlesung wird auf Englisch gehalten.
  • Die Prüfung kann wahlweise auf Englisch oder Deutsch abgelegt werden, die Aufgabenstellung erfolgt nur in englischer Sprache.