Numerical Methods, Statistical Methods, General Hydraulics I and II, Sanitation.
Lectures on theoretical aspects detailed exposition of the concepts, principles and theories, using visual aids, and resolution of practical problems that help to understand the theoretical presentation.
Theoretical-practical classes in which students, under the guidance of teachers, solve some practical problems.
Tutorial classes for practical work.
Provide students with the abilities to carry out the operations and processes’ project to be included in Wastewater Treatment Plants, especially in urban WWTP.
Provide students with the knowledge to understand the requirements of operation and maintenance of different treatment organs that make up the WWTP, especially urban WWTP.
1. Wastewater and sludge characterization.
2. Definition of calculation bases.
3. Liquid phase: Pretreatment.
4. Liquid phase: Primary Treatment.
5. Liquid phase: Biological Treatment.
6. Solid phase: Treatment and Disposal.
WWTP project: 50.0%
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