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Course Code BCV304 
CIE Marks 50 
Teaching Hours/Week (L: T:P: S) 3+0+0+0 
SEE Marks 50 
Total Hours of Pedagogy 40 
Total Marks 100 
Credits 03 
Exam Hours Examination type (SEE) Theory


Introduction: Water: Need for protected water supply, Demand of Water: Types of water demands - domestic demand, industrial, institutional and commercial demand, public use and fire demand estimation, factors affecting per capita demand, Variations in demand of water, Peak factor. Design period and factors governing design period. Methods of population forecasting and numerical problems. Physico chemical characteristics of water Sampling. L1, L2, L3 


Water Treatment: Objectives, Unit flow diagrams – Significance of each unit, Aeration process Limitations and types. Sedimentation - Theory, settling tanks, types and design with numerical, Coagulation and flocculation, types of coagulants. Filtration: Mechanism, theory of filtration, types of filters: slow sand, rapid sand and pressure filters. Operation and cleaning. Design of slow and rapid sand filter without under drainage system, Numerical. L1, L2, 


Disinfection: Methods of disinfection with merits and demerits. Breakpoint chlorination, Softening: Lime soda and Zeolite process. Wastewater: Introduction: Need for sanitation, methods of sewage disposal, types of sewerage systems, Treatment of municipal waste water: Waste water characteristics sampling, significance and techniques, physical, chemical and biological characteristics, Numerical on BOD. L1 , L2 


Treatment Process: flow diagram for municipal waste water Treatment unit operations and process Screens: types, disposal. Grit chamber, oil and grease removal. Primary and secondary settling tanks, Suspended growth system - conventional activated sludge process and its modifications, numerical. L1,L2 ,L3 


Attached growth system – Trickling filter, numerical on Trickling filters, bio-towers and rotating biological contactors. Principle of stabilization ponds, oxidation ditch. Sludge digesters (aerobic and anaerobic), Equalization. Thickeners and drying beds. 

Suggested Learning Resources: Text books 

 Howard S. Peavy, Donald R. Rowe, George T, “Environmental Engineering” - Tata McGraw Hill, New York, Indian Edition, 2013 
 S. K. Garg, Environmental Engineering Volume-I, Water supply Engineering – M/s Khanna Publishers, New Delhi2010 
 B.C. Punmia and Ashok Jain, Environmental Engineering I-Water Supply Engineering, Laxmi Publications (P) Ltd., New Delhi2010. 
 B C Punmia, “Environmental Engineering volume-II”, Laxmi Publications 2nd, 2016 
 Karia G.L., and Christian R.A, “Wastewater Treatment Concepts and Design Approach” , Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. 3rd, Edition, 2017 
 S.K.Garg, “Environmental Engineering vol-II, Water supply Engineering”, Khanna Publishers, – New Delhi, 28th edition and 2017 
 CPHEEO Manual on water supply and treatment engineering, Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, New Delhi. 
 Mark.J Hammer, Water & Waste Water Technology, John Wiley & Sons Inc., New York,2008 

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