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[W000792] - GASEOUS EMISSIONS AND TREATMENT PLANTSGASEOUS EMISSIONS AND TREATMENT PLANTS
DAVID GABRIEL BUGUNA
Lingua di erogazione: INGLESELessons taught in: ENGLISH
Laurea Magistrale - [IM14] ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Master Degree (2 years) - [IM14] INGEGNERIA PER L'AMBIENTE E IL TERRITORIO
Anno di corsoDegree programme year : 1 - Secondo Semestre
Anno offertaAcademic year: 2018-2019
Anno regolamentoAnno regolamento: 2018-2019
Obbligatorio
Crediti: 6
Ore di lezioneTeaching hours: 48
TipologiaType: C - Affine/Integrativa
Settore disciplinareAcademic discipline: ING-IND/22 - SCIENZA E TECNOLOGIA DEI MATERIALI

LINGUA INSEGNAMENTO LANGUAGE

INGLESE

English


PREREQUISITI PREREQUISITES

Fundamentals of chemistry and physics

Fundamentals of chemistry and physics


MODALITÀ DI SVOLGIMENTO DEL CORSO DEVELOPMENT OF THE COURSE

48 hours theorical lessons

48 hours theorical lessons


RISULTATI DI APPRENDIMENTO ATTESI LEARNING OUTCOMES
Knowledge and Understanding.

-Possess and understand knowledge that provides a basis or opportunity to be original in the development and / or application of ideas, often in a research context.
-Students are able to integrate knowledge and face the complexity of making judgments based on information that, incomplete or limited, includes reflections on social and ethical responsibilities related to the application of their knowledge and judgment.
-Students possess the learning skills that allow them to continue studying in a way that will be largely self-directed or autonomous.


Capacity to apply Knowledge and Understanding.

Integrate and make use of chemical, environmental and biological engineering tools for the design of physical-chemical and biological systems focused on the sustainable treatment of waste gases
-Contextualize biological and physical-chemical processes for waste gas production, dispersion and treatment in the current industrial situation
-Identify advantages and disadvantages of physical-chemical and biological processes for the treatment of waste gases and recovery of bioproducts
-Integrate and make use of tools to solve problems in emerging environmental-biotechnological fields and for the design of a biological process
-Apply methods, tools and strategies to develop biotechnological processes and products with energy saving and sustainability criteria based on current air quality criteria and regulation.
-Identify the most appropriate industrial process among different alternatives from an environmental approach


Transversal Skills.

-Apply research methodology, techniques and specific resources to research and produce innovative results in the field of biological and environmental engineering
-Find information in the scientific literature using the appropriate channels and integrate this information with capacity for synthesis, analysis of alternatives and critical debate
-Organize, plan and manage projects
- Working in a multidisciplinary team
-Using knowledge of chemical engineering in the design and optimization of processes for remediation of pollution
- Use computer-based tools to supplement the knowledge in the field of biological engineering and environmental


Knowledge and Understanding.

-Possess and understand knowledge that provides a basis or opportunity to be original in the development and / or application of ideas, often in a research context.
-Students are able to integrate knowledge and face the complexity of making judgments based on information that, incomplete or limited, includes reflections on social and ethical responsibilities related to the application of their knowledge and judgment.
-Students possess the learning skills that allow them to continue studying in a way that will be largely self-directed or autonomous.


Capacity to apply Knowledge and Understanding.

Integrate and make use of chemical, environmental and biological engineering tools for the design of physical-chemical and biological systems focused on the sustainable treatment of waste gases
-Contextualize biological and physical-chemical processes for waste gas production, dispersion and treatment in the current industrial situation
-Identify advantages and disadvantages of physical-chemical and biological processes for the treatment of waste gases and recovery of bioproducts
-Integrate and make use of tools to solve problems in emerging environmental-biotechnological fields and for the design of a biological process
-Apply methods, tools and strategies to develop biotechnological processes and products with energy saving and sustainability criteria based on current air quality criteria and regulation.
-Identify the most appropriate industrial process among different alternatives from an environmental approach


Transversal Skills.

-Apply research methodology, techniques and specific resources to research and produce innovative results in the field of biological and environmental engineering
-Find information in the scientific literature using the appropriate channels and integrate this information with capacity for synthesis, analysis of alternatives and critical debate
-Organize, plan and manage projects
- Working in a multidisciplinary team
-Using knowledge of chemical engineering in the design and optimization of processes for remediation of pollution
- Use computer-based tools to supplement the knowledge in the field of biological engineering and environmental



PROGRAMMA PROGRAM

1. Introduction
a. Spatial and temporal scales of gaseous pollutions.
b. Types of pollutants effects on human health and on environment.
c. European legislation and legislative scenario.
d. Criteria and references for air quality management.
e. Pollution sources and emission factors.
2. Monitoring, sampling and containment of gaseous emissions
a. Tools and methods
b. Mathematical models for air quality.
c. Covers
3. Systems, processes and technologies for mitigation and treatment of gaseous pollutants.
a. Physical-chemical techniques
b. Biological techniques
c. Design criteria of biofiltration units
d. Modelling of biofiltration systems
4. Emission treatment plants and case studies.
a. Wastewater treatment plants
b. Municipal Solid Waste Treatment Facilities

1. Introduction
a. Spatial and temporal scales of gaseous pollutions.
b. Types of pollutants effects on human health and on environment.
c. European legislation and legislative scenario.
d. Criteria and references for air quality management.
e. Pollution sources and emission factors.
2. Monitoring, sampling and containment of gaseous emissions
a. Tools and methods
b. Mathematical models for air quality.
c. Covers
3. Systems, processes and technologies for mitigation and treatment of gaseous pollutants.
a. Physical-chemical techniques
b. Biological techniques
c. Design criteria of biofiltration units
d. Modelling of biofiltration systems
4. Emission treatment plants and case studies.
a. Wastewater treatment plants
b. Municipal Solid Waste Treatment Facilities


MODALITÀ DI SVOLGIMENTO DELL'ESAME DEVELOPMENT OF THE EXAMINATION
Learning Evaluation Methods.

oral and written exams


Learning Evaluation Criteria.

Technical, Theoretical and Applied knowledge


Learning Measurement Criteria.

Marks from 18 to 30 cum laude; sufficient (passed) level at 18/30


Final Mark Allocation Criteria.

Achievement of sufficient level in the specific learning evaluation criteria


Learning Evaluation Methods.

oral and written exams


Learning Evaluation Criteria.

Technical, Theoretical and Applied knowledge


Learning Measurement Criteria.

Marks from 18 to 30 cum laude; sufficient (passed) level at 18/30


Final Mark Allocation Criteria.

Achievement of sufficient level in the specific learning evaluation criteria



TESTI CONSIGLIATI RECOMMENDED READING

A) Doran, Pauline M. Bioprocess engineering principles. Amsterdam: Elsevier, cop. 2013 2nd ed. Acceso para usuarios UAB: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/book/9780122208515

B) Liu, Shijie. Bioprocess engineering: kinetics, biosystems, sustainability, and reactor design. Boston: Elsevier, cop. 2013

C) Devinny JS, Deshusses MA, Webster TS. “Biofiltration for air pollution control”. 1999. Lewis Publishers.

D) Kennes C, Veiga MC. “Bioreactors for waste gas treatment”. 2001. Kluwer Academic Publishers.

E) Kennes C, Veiga MC. “Air Pollution Prevention and Control”. 2013. Wiley.

F) Scientific papers.

G) https://learn.univpm.it/course/view.php?id=7735

A) Doran, Pauline M. Bioprocess engineering principles. Amsterdam: Elsevier, cop. 2013 2nd ed. Acceso para usuarios UAB: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/book/9780122208515

B) Liu, Shijie. Bioprocess engineering: kinetics, biosystems, sustainability, and reactor design. Boston: Elsevier, cop. 2013

C) Devinny JS, Deshusses MA, Webster TS. “Biofiltration for air pollution control”. 1999. Lewis Publishers.

D) Kennes C, Veiga MC. “Bioreactors for waste gas treatment”. 2001. Kluwer Academic Publishers.

E) Kennes C, Veiga MC. “Air Pollution Prevention and Control”. 2013. Wiley.

F) Scientific papers.

G) https://learn.univpm.it/course/view.php?id=7735


Scheda insegnamento erogato nell’A.A. 2018-2019
Le informazioni contenute nella presente scheda assumono carattere definitivo solo a partire dall'A.A. di effettiva erogazione dell'insegnamento.
Academic year 2018-2019

 


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