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Project-based design for treatment of contaminated media. Could include treatment of drinking water, wastewaters, landfill design, or remediation of contaminated soils. Laboratories, field trips.
The course is taught as two halves. The first half will be on wastewater treatment plant design while the second half will be on landfill design.
1. To develop specialised environmental engineering design skills using advanced technical knowledge.2. To develop skills of engineering design integration in an environmental engineering context.3. To communicate effectively on technically sophisticated specialist engineering design.
EMTH210, ENCI199, ENCN201, ENCN213, ENCN221, ENCN231, ENCN242, ENCN253, ENCN261, ENCN281
About the InstructorsMark Milke has taught Solid Waste Management at Canterbury since 1992. He has served as a member of the Landfill Review Group for the NZ Ministry for the Environment. He served seven years as an Associate Editor for the international research journal Waste Management. He is a member of the Peer Review Panel for the Canterbury Regional Landfill. He is currently supervising research into biogas production from solid wastes.David Wareham has taught Biological Waste Treatment at Canterbury since 1995. He has worked on a number of wastewater treatment projects in Canada and Australia and has published a number of research papers in the field. He is currently supervising research into removal of pesticides from wastewaters.
A. Wastewater Treatment Plant DesignA modified version of the course notes will be placed on Learn for download. You are expected to attend lectures and to fill in blanks at the appropriate places. If you miss a lecture, you are expected to get the missing information from your classmates. There are many good environmental engineering books in the TD section in the library that cover many of the principles and processes that are discussed in this section. They cover similar material, so that if you wish to do extra reading, have a look at the indexes and table of contents of the various books and you should be able to easily find more information about your subject of interestB. Landfill Design1. Course Reading This repeats some of the ENCN 281 reading on Solid Waste Management. It will provide an introduction to the content covered in the course. It will be provided as a handout to students, and will also be provided on Learn.2. Other Materials on LearnFiles related to the Design Project, solutions to problems in the course reading, and some previous tests/exams. Simplified copies of the Powerpoint presentations will be provided on Learn. Students attending the lectures will see a fuller presentation. 3. Engineering Library The following are on three-day reserve to provide extra support on landfill design topics.“Geotechnical Aspects of Landfill Design and Construction”, by Qian, Koerner, & Gray, 2002. “Solid Waste Landfill Engineering and Design”, by McBean et al., Prentice-Hall, 1995. -- “New Zealand Landfill Guidelines”, by Centre for Advanced Engineering, 2000.
Domestic fee $1,114.00
International fee $5,500.00
* All fees are inclusive of NZ GST or any equivalent overseas tax, and do not include any programme level discount or additional course-related expenses.
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Civil and Natural Resources Engineering