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ENVE.3660 Biological Processes in Environmental Engineering

Id: 040687 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3

Description

This course focuses on the fundamental aspects of biological processes that are commonly used in water and wastewater treatment. Topics covered include: the mechanisms and kinetics of biological reactions, mass balances of biological reactors, biological reactor design and diagnosis, and aeration and gas transfer.

Prerequisites

CIVE.3620 Environmental Engineering I, and BIOL.2100 Biology for Engineers.

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