Chemistry for environmental engineers

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Content: PROGRAMME REQUIREMENT DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING M.TECH. (ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING)
OVERALL CREDIT STRUCTURE
Postgraduate core (PC)
Postgraduate Elective (PE)
Category
Credit
Category
Credit
DC
74
DE
30
Total
74
Total
30
Grand Total PC + PE 104
Course Code Departmental Core, DC MAL 4xx CEL 501 CEL 502 CEP 501 CEL 503 CEL 504 CEL 405 CEL 505 CEL 506 CED 501 CED 502
Course Statistics and O. R. Techniques * Environmental Chemistry & Microbiology Municipal and Industrial Water Treatment * Environmental Monitoring Laboratory-I. Municipal Wastewater Treatment Water Supply and Wastewater Collection Systems Industrial Wastewater Treatment, Recycle & Reuse Municipal Solid Waste Management Air pollution Control Project Phase I Project Phase II
Departmental
Elective, DE
CEL 507
Environmental Engineering System Design *
CEL 508
Environmental Geotechnics
CEL 509
Bioremediation : Principles & Applications *
CEL 510
Environmental Management
CEL 511
Environmental Engineering Systems Optimization
CEL 417
Hazardous Waste Management *
CEL 512
Environmental Biotechnology
CEL 513
Environmental Systems Modelling
CE ­ 5xx
Seminar *
CEP-502
Environmental Monitoring Laboratory-II *
CEL 412
Spatial analysis for Resources Management *
CEL 418
Energy Conversion & Environment *
CEL 432
environmental impact Assessment
CEL 3xx
Energy Efficient Buildings
* Subject to Senate Approval
Structure Credits
3-0-0
6
3-0-0
6
3-0-0
6
0-0-2
2
3-0-0
6
3-0-0
6
3-0-0
6
3-0-0
6
3-0-0
6
-
6
-
18
74
0-0-0
2
3-0-0
6
3-0-0
6
3-0-0
6
3-0-0
6
3-0-0
6
3-0-0
6
3-0-0
6
0-0-0
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6
3-0-0
6
3-0-0
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6
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Department : Civil Engineering
Course No.
MAL4xx
Open Course (Y/N)
HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Prerequisite Credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed Courses & Old courses Overlap Course Codes As per proposed Course numbers Text Book (max. 2) Reference Books Content Course No.
Statistics & O.R. Techniques
Dr. G. P. Singh
Odd
A
Lecture Tutorial Practical
3
0
0
Even Credits 6
Title
Probability and Statistics
Author M.R. Speigel
Publisher McGraw Hill
Title
Operation Research
Author H.A. Taha
Publisher Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd.
Title
Introduction to Optimisation : Operations Research
Author J.C. Pant
Publisher Jain Brothers, New Delhi
Edition
Title
Probability and Statistics for Engineers
Author Miller and Freund
Statistics
Sampling Theory : Population Parameter, Sample Statistics,
Sampling distributions, Sample mean, Sampling distribution of
means, the sample variance, the sampling distribution of variance.
Estimation Theory: Point estimate and interval estimates, reliability,
confidence interval estimates of population parameters, confidence
intervals for means, proportions and variance.
Tests of Hypothesis and Significance: Statistical decisions, tests of
hypotheses and significance, Type I and Type II errors, level of
significance, one tailed and two tailed tests. Tests involving small
samples and large samples, fitting theoretical distributions to sample
frequency distribution, The chi-square test for goodness of fit.
O. R. Techniques
linear programming: Formulation of linear programming problem,
Graphical solution- simplex method (including Big M method and
two phase method), dual problem- duality theory, dual simplex
method, revised simplex method.
Transportation problem: existence of solution-degeneracy- MODI
method; Assignment problem- traveling salesman problem
Nonlinear programming problem (NLPP): Constrained NLPP,
Lagrange's multipliers method ­ convex NLPP, Kuhn-Tucker
conditions.
Head of the Department of Civil Engg
Course No. CEL 501
Open Course (Y/N)
HM Course (Y/N)
Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. 2) Reference Books
Environmental Chemistry & Microbiology
Dr. (Mrs.) M. V. Latkar
Odd
Even
G
-
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical Credits
3
0
0
6
-
CEL498
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition
Chemistry for Environmental Engineers C. N. Sawyer and P. L. McCarty McGraw Hill Latest Microbiology Pelezar Reid & Chan Tata McGraw Hill Latest General Microbiology Vol. I &II Powar & Daginawala Himalaya Publishing House Latest
Content Course No.
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Basic concepts of oxidation and reduction reactions, Gas laws and their application in Environmental Engineering, Osmosis, Dialysis, Principles of solvent extraction, Amphoteric hydroxides. Concept of pH, and its application in Environmental Engineering, Definitions and basic concepts of acids, bases and buffers, colloid chemistry, Basic concepts of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids and enzymes, Definition and concept of Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD), Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) and Total Organic Carbon (TOC). Chemistry of water treatment processes like coagulation, disinfection, water softening and demineralization. Definitions of Ecology and ecosystem, structure and components of ecosystem, concepts of trophic levels, food chain and food web, types of ecosystem, productivity, sulphur cycle, nitrogen cycle. Introduction to Microbiology, Haeckel's classification, Morphology and structure of bacteria, nutritional requirement and nutritional classification of bacteria, Growth of bacteria, Indicator bacteria, Multiple Tube Dilution (MTD) and Membrane Filter (MF) techniques, Definition and characteristics of viruses. CEL 501
Head of The Department of Civil Engineering
Department : Civil Engineering
Course No. CEL 502
Open Course HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued
(Y/N)
(Y/N)
Course Title
MUNICIPAL AND INDUSTRIAL WATER TREATMENT
Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. 2) Reference Books
Dr. A. R. Tembhurkar
Odd
F
Lecture
Tutorial
3
0
-
Even
-
Practical Credits
0
6
-
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title
Water and Waste water Engineering Vol I and II Fair Geyer & Okun John Wiley & Sons 1st Physiochemical process for water quality control W.J.Weber John Wiley & Sons 2nd Water treatment plant design
Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition
ASCE, AWWA Manual on Water supply and Treatment CPHEEO Govt. of India Publication Water treatment plant for practising engineers R.L.Sank Ann Arbor Science
Content Course No.
Water quality criteria and standards, Requirement of water treatment facilities, Unit operation & Unit process, Synthesizing water treatment system, Site selection, Process selection, Theory and Application of water treatment process- aeration, coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation, filtration, disinfection. Hydraulic design of water treatment plant, Advances/ modification/ modern development in water treatment, Control of water treatment process, O&M of water treatment plant, Water treatment plant residuals management. Industrial Water Quality requirement, Specific treatment for industrial purpose; Softening, Lime Soda and Ion Exchage, Desalination- Distillation processes, Reverse Osmosis, Electrodialysis; Flouride Removal, Arsenic Removal, Fe and Mn removal, Taste and Odor and color Removal, Adsorption, Ultrafiltration, Water treatment for Swimming Pool. CEL 502
Head of The Department of Civil Engineering
Department : Civil Engineering
Course No. CEP 501
Open Course (Y/N)
HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. 2) Reference Books
Environmental Monitoring Laboratory ­ I
Dr. (Mrs.) M. V. Latkar
Odd
Even
G1, G3
-
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical Credits
0
0
2
2
-
CEP452
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition
Standard Methods for the Examination of Water & Wastewater APHA, AWWA,WEF Latest
Content Course No.
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition I) Determination of following parameters in water 1) Alkalinity 2) Chloride 3) Hardness 4) Sulphate 5) Turbidity 6) Dissolved oxygen 7) Kjeldahl nitrogen 8) Iron 9) Manganese 10) Heavy metals II) Determination of COD and BOD of wastewater III) MTD method for enumeration of indicator bacteria in water IV) Heterotrophic plate count for enumeration of bacteria CEP 501
Head of The Department of Civil Engineering
Department : Civil Engineering
Course No.
CEL503
Open Course (Y/N)
HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Prerequisite Credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed Courses & Old courses Overlap Course Codes As per proposed Course numbers Text Book (max. 2) Reference Books Content
MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT
Dr. V.A. Mhaisalkar
Odd
Even
C
Lecture Tutorial Practical
Credits
3
0
0
6
Title
Wastewater Engineering, Treatment,
Disposal and Reuse
Author
Metcalf and Eddy
Publisher McGraw Hill
Edition Fourth Edition,2002
Title
Wastewater Treatment and Disposal
Author
S.J. Arceivala
Publisher Marcel Dekker
Edition 1981
Title
Introduction to Environmental Engineering
Author
Davis & Cornwell
Publisher McGraw Hill
Edition International, 1998
Title
Wastewater Treatment Plant Planning,
Design and Operation
Author
Qasim S.R
Publisher Holt Rinehart & Winston, N. Y
Edition 1990
Objectives of municipal wastewater treatment, constituents
of sewage and sewage characteristics, conventional
municipal wastewater treatment flow sheet, functions of
different unit processes, treatment requirements. Process
analysis : Reaction and reaction kinetics, mass balance
analysis, reactors and hydraulic characteristics, reactor
selection, practical aspects of reactor design.
Preliminary treatment : Screening grit removal; Primary Treatment : Principles of sedimentation
Biological treatment : Principles of biological treatment, Role of microorganisms in WWT, types of biological processes for WWT, introduction to microbial metabolism, kinetics of biological growth, aerobic and anaerobic treatment of sewage, suspended and attached growth biological treatment processes - Activated sludge, tricking filters, biological disc. Packed bed and fludized bed treatment, stabilization ponds, combined biological treatment processes.
Biological phosphorus and nitrogen removal
Sludge treatment : Sludge treatment flowsheets, sludge quality and quantity, various methods of sludge treatment,
Course No.
aerobic and anaerobic sludge digestion, sludge conditioning, dewatering of sludge, conveyance, storage and disposal. Water reclamation technologies Advanced waste water treatment : Principles of tertiary treatment, Reuse and resource recovery, and recent developments. CEL503
Department : Civil Engineering
Course No.
CEL 504
Open Course (Y/N)
HM Course (Y/N)
Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. 2) Reference Books
Water Supply and Wastewater Collection Systems
Dr. Rajesh Gupta
Odd
Even
D
-
Lecture
Tutorial Practical Credits
3
0
0
6
-
CEL 499
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition
Analysis of Water Distribution Networks Bhave P. R. And Gupta R. Narosa Publishing Co., New Delhi (2006) - Water & Wastewater Engg. Vol. I & II Fair G. M., Geyer J. C. & Okun D. A. John-Willey & Sons, New York - Wayter supply and saewerage McGhee N. J. & Steel E. W. McGraw hill publications 1991 Manual on water supply and treatment CPHEEO Ministry of urban development , GoI Manual on Sewerage and Sewage Treatment CPHEEO Ministry of urban development , GoI Optimal design of water distributiomn networks Bhave P.R. Narosa Publishing Co., New Delhi (2003) -
Content Course No.
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Analysis of flow in pipe network using Hardy Cross, NewtonRaphson and Linear Theory method, Reservoirs, Pumps and Valves in water distribution systems, Pumps and Pumping Stations, Pipe Appurtenances, Pipe material selection, laying and jointing of pipes, Water supply to multi-storeyed buildings, Water supply during fairs, festivals and emergencies. Maintenance of distribution system. Design of pumping main including water hammer consideration, Critical path method for design of water distribution networks. Objectives, Type of systems and sewers, requisites for sewerage system design, Hydraulics of sewers, Velocity of equal cleansing, Sewer shape vis-a-vis their usefulness, sewer invert drop. CEL 504
Head of The Department of Civil Engineering
Department : Civil Engineering
Course No.
CEL
Open Course
405
(Y/N)
HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title
INDUSTRIAL WASTE WATER TREATMENT, REUSE AND RECYCLING
Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. 2)
Dr. A. R.Tembhurkar
Odd
-
Lecture
Tutorial
3
0
Environmental Engg - I
Even
E
Practical Credits
0
6
CEL454
Title Author Publisher
Theories and Practices of Industrial Waste Treatment Nemerow N.L Addison Wesley Publishing CO. NY.
Reference Books
Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher
2nd Industrial Water Pollution Control W.W.Ecenfelder Mc-Graw Hill Book Co. 2nd Industrial Pollution Prevention Handbook Freeman H. M. McGraw Hill 1st Comprehensive Industry Document Series Central Pollution Control Board, India The Treatment of Industrial Waste E.B. Besselivievre Mc-Graw Hill Book Co.
Content
Edition
1st
Industrial pollution and its measurement; Generation
of Industrial wastewater, Disposal standards;
Quantification and characterization of wastewater and
Course No.
its variations; Environmental impacts due to discharge of wastewater on streams, land and sewerage system; Industrial waste survey; Stream sanitation, stream sampling, Stream survey; Principles and techniques for Industrial Pollution prevention and control; Waste minimization; recent trends in industrial waste management, Cleaner technologies; Reuse, Recycling and Resource recovery; Volume and strength reduction; Equalization and proportioning; Neutralization; Methods of Disposal and treatment for removal of organic, inorganic, solids, pathogens, heavy metals and other pollutants; Alternatives and Synthesizing industrial waste treatment system; Joint treatment of industrial waste; CETP; Pollution control measures and Treatment of wastes from various industries viz. Pulp and paper, tanning, Sugar, Dairy, Chemical, Cement, Petroleum, Fertilizers, Metal Finishing, Etc. CEL 405
Head of The Department of Civil Engineering
Department : Civil Engineering
Course No. CEL 505
Open course (Y/N)
HM Course (Y?N)
Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. 2) Reference Books
Municipal solid waste management
Prof. R. R. Gawalpanchi
Odd
Even
-
G
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical Credits
3
0
0
6
-
CEL453
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition
Solid Waste Management, Collection, Processing and Disposal Bhide A.D., Sundaresan B.B Mundrashilp offset printers, Nagpur 2001 Solid Waste Engineering Vesilind A. P., Worrell W., Reinhart Thomson Books Cole. 2002 Integrated Solid Waste Management Engineering Principles and Management Issues Techobanoglous G., Theisen H, Vigil S.A. Tata McGraw Hill International Editions Civil Engg. Series, 1993 CPHEEO manual on municipal solid waste managemnt CPHEEO, MoUD GoI, New Delhi Sanitary landfill leachate generation control and treatment Syed R. Qasim, Walterchiang Techromic publishing co. Inc. 1994
Content Course No.
Title
Design of landfills & integrated solid
waste management
Author
Amalendu bagchi
Publisher John wiley & sons. Inc.
Edition
Title
A text book of environmental chemistry
and pollution ontrol
Author
S. S. Dara
Publisher S. Chand & Co. Ltd.
Edition
2002
Title
Municipal refuse disposal
Author
American Public Works associatiom
Publisher public administration service, Chicago
Edition
1970
Sources, Classification, Composition ­ Quality ­
characteristics-Physical, Chemical and microbiology
involved , Quantity-generation of municipal refuse, per
capita contribution, Density, Sampling;
Collection and transportation of waste-refuse
transportation vehicles ; optimization of routes,
maintenance of vehicles; industrial waste management;
reduction, Recycle, Reuse, Recovery and Reporting;
hazardous waste management;
Disposal of waste by land filling, site selection, leachate and gas collection, lining; composting of waste, methods, factors affecting, Incineration, types, energy recovery and products of incineration; Processing of waste for useful products-pyrolysis, RDF; Legislation and regulatory trends
CEL 505
Head of The Department of Civil Engineering
Department : Civil Engineering
Course No.
CEL 506 Open Course (Y/N)
HM Course (Y/N)
Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. 2) Reference Books
Air Pollution Control
Prof. R. R. Gawalpanchi
Odd
E
Lecture
Tutorial
3
0
-
Even
-
Practical Credits
0
6
CEL457
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition
Air Pollution Rao M.N. and Rao H.V. N. Tata Mc-Graw Hill Publsihing Co. New Delhi, Third Edition, 1992 A textbook of air pollution & control technology Y. Anjaneyulu Allied publishers Air Pollution control Engineerg. Nevers N.D Editions Civil Engineering series, 1995 Environmental Pollution Control Engg. Rao C.S. New Age International Pvt. Ltd. publishers, 2006 Air pollution Stern A. C. Tata McGraw Hill International Vol I to IX Air Pollution Kudesia v. P. Pragati prakashan, meerut 2nd 1980
Content Course No.
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Sources, Classification, Causes and effects of air pollution; Metrological parameters of dilution, dispersion, distribution of emission of stack pollutants, Air quality monitoring, sampling and analysis of air from ambient and other sources of pollutants, Monitoring Instrumentation and principles of operation, Exhaust pollution, Control equipment for gaseous and Particulate Pollutants, Legislation and regulatory trends, Impacts of air pollution. CEL 506
Head of The Department of Civil Engineering
Course No.
CEL507
Open Course (Y/N)
HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Prerequisite Credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed Courses & Old courses Overlap Course Codes As per proposed Course numbers Text Book (max. 2) Reference Books Content Course No.
Environmental Engineering System Design
Dr. V.A. Mhaisalkar
Odd
Even
N
N
Lecture Tutorial Practical
Credits
0
0
0
2
50
Title
Wastewater Treatment Plant Planning, Design and Operation
Author
Qasim S.R
Publisher Holt Rinehart & Winston, N. Y
Edition
1990
Title
Water Treatment Plant Design
Author
Dr. A.G. Bhole
Publisher Indian Water works Association
Edition
1st
Title
Design of landfill & Integrated Solid waste
Management
Author
Amalendu Bagchi
Publisher John Willey & Sons, Inc.
Edition
2nd
Design aspects of water and waste water systems ranging from
pipeline to treatment plant; sanitary landfill; a detailed design of
atleast one unit will be completed as either an individual or class
project
CEL507
Head of the Department of Civil Engg.
Department : Civil Engineering Course No. CEL 508 Open Course (Y/N)
HM courses (Y/N)
Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. 2) Reference Books Content Course No.
ENVIRONMENTAL GEO-TECHNICS
Prof. D. J. Katyayan
Odd
Even
B
-
Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits
3
0
0
6
CEL 501
CEL456
-
-
-
-
Title
Geotechnical Practice for Waste
Disposal
Author
Daniel, D. E.
Publisher
Chapman and Hall, London
Edition
1993
Title
Geoenvironmental Engineering -
Principles and Applications
Author
Reddi, L. N., and Inyang, H. F.
Publisher
Marcel Dekker, Inc.,
Edition
2000
Title Author
Introduction to Environmental Geotechnology, Hsai-Yang Fang
Publisher
CRC Press,
Edition
1997.
Title
Journals & research papers
1. Source, Production and Classification of Wastes. 2. Soil Pollution Processes; Physical-chemical and Biological Interactions in Soil. 3. Effects on Geotechnical Properties and Case Studies. 4. Waste Disposal Facilities such as Landfills and Impoundments, Slurry walls, etc. 5. Barrier Systems- Basic concepts, Stability, compatibility and performance, Geo-membranes. 6. Monitoring Sub surface contamination; Stabilization/ Solidification of Wastes. 7. Remediation Methods CEL 5xx
Department : Civil Engineering
Course No. CEL 509
Open Course HM course Discontinued (Y/N)
(Y/N)
(Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. 2) Reference Books
Bioremediation: Principles and Applications
Lecture 3 -
Odd A Tutorial 0
Even
-
Practical Credits
0
6
-
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition
Bioremediation Baker H. and Herson D.S. McGraw Hill 1994 Bioremediation Principles Eweis J.B., Ergas S.J., Chang D.P.Y. and Schroeder E.D. McGraw Hill 1998
Content Course No.
Title
Author
Publisher
Edition
Title
Author
Publisher
Edition
An overview of the current bioremediation practice
and its application: Microbial system of
bioremediation, Factors influencing bioremediation,
Environmental factors (physical and chemical).
Microbial transformation reactions: Aerobic and
anaerobic
biotransformation,
Microbial
detoxification of specially chemicals like
insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, polychlorinated
biphenyls, heavy metals.
Response of microorganisms to the presence of
pollutants: Inducible degradative enzymes and
mechanics, Application of genetically engineered
microorganisms for hazardous waste management.
Bioremediation systems and process: Solid and
slurry phase bioremediation (land farming,
composting, slurry bioreactors and lagoons),
Microbial cleaning of gases (biofiltration and
bioscrubbing), Liquid phase bioremediation.
In-situ bioremediation: Assessment for an in-situ
bioremediation, microbial activity, Sub-surface
delivery systems, In-situ oxygenation.
Management of bioremediation projects: Defining
project goals, Project team, Review of remediation,
Supportive elements of projects.
CEL 509
Head of The Department of Civil Engineering
Course No.
CEL510
Open Course (Y/N)
HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Prerequisite Credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed Courses & Old courses Overlap Course Codes As per proposed Course numbers Text Book (max. 2) Reference Books Content
ENVRIONEMENTAL MANAGEMENT
Dr. V.A. Mhaisalkar
Odd
Even
D
Lecture Tutorial Practical
Credits
3
0
0
6
Title
Corporate Environmental Management Systems
and Strategies
Author Richard Welford
Publisher Universities Press(I) Ltd. , Hyderabad
Edition 1996
Title
Pollution Prevention : Fundamental and Practice
Author Paul L. Bishop
Publisher McGraw Hill
Edition International, 2000
Title
Industrial Pollution Prevention Handbook
Author Freeman, H.M.,
Publisher McGraw Hills
Edition 1995
sustainable development and strategies, Waste minimization
and pollution prevention strategies ­ cleaner technologies, Tools
of corporate environmental management; Environmental policy,
Environmental management systems; ISO : 14000;
Environmental impact assessment, Indian environmental
legislations and environmental acts such as Water Act (1974),
Air Act (1981), Environmental (Protection) Act (1986);
International Environmental Treaties; Life cycle assessment;
environmental labeling, environmental audit, Environmental
performance assessment; regulatory standards for industrial
wastewaters and atmospheric emission.
Course No.
CEL510
Head of the Department of Civil Engg.
Course No. CEL 511
Open Course (Y/N)
HM Course (Y/N)
Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. 2) Reference Books
Environmental Engineering Systems Optimization
Dr. Rajesh Gupta
Odd
Even
-
F
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical Credits
3
0
0
6
-
CEL551
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition
Environmental systems optimization Haith D. A. John Willey , New York 1982 Optimal design of eater distribution networks Bhave P.R. Narosa Publishing Co., New Delhi Optimization for Engineering Design Kalyanmoy Deb Practice Hall Water resources systems-modelling techniques and analysis Vedula S. And Majumdar Y. P. McGraw Hills Co.
Content Course No.
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Principles of economic analysis, mathematics of economic analysis, discounting factors and different discounting techniques. Optimization methods for environmental engg. Systems e.g. pumping main, water transmission & distribution networks, wastewater collection systems, water treatment systems, wastewater treatment systems, solid waste management systems and air pollution control systems. CEL 511
Head of The Department of Civil Engineering
Department: Civil Engineering Course No.:
Course Content Proforma
Open CEL417 Course (Y/N)
HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title: Hazardous Waste Management Course Coordinator: Dr. Dilip H. Lataye Slot in which offered, if not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course numbers Prerequisite Credits Equivalent Course Course Codes. As per proposed Courses & old courses
Odd
Even
B Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits
3
0
0
6
Overlap Course Codes As per proposed Course numbers
Text Book (Max. 2)
Title Author Publisher Edition
Hazardous Waste Management, M. D. LaGrega, P.L.Buckingham and J.C.Evans McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York 1994
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition
International Perspective on Hazardous Waste Management, W.S.Forester and J.H.Skinner Mudra Offset Printers, Bajaj Nagar Nagpur 2001 Hazardous Waste Management, G.W.Dawson and B.W.Mercer, Academic Press, Inc., London, England 1987
Reference Books
Title Author Publisher Edition
Standard Handbook of Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal H.M.Freeman McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York 1989
Title
Hazardous Waste Management Engineering,
Content Course No.
Author E.J.Martin and J.H.Johnson, Jr., Publisher Van Nostrand Reinhold Co. Inc. New York. Edition 1987 Generation, storage, transportation, treatment, disposal, exchanges and minimization, legislative and technical aspects, current management practices; Environmental audits, pollution prevention, facility development and operations, treatment and disposal methods; physical, chemical, thermal, biological processes, land disposal with general applications to the industrial and energyproducing sectors, Site remediation. Special wastes, such as, infectious and radioactive waste. CEL417
Department : Civil Engineering
Course No. CEL 512
Open Course HM Course
(Y/N)
(Y/N)
Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. 2) Reference Books
Environmental Biotechnology
Dr. (Mrs.) M. V. Latkar
Odd
Even
-
H
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical Credits
3
0
0
6
Environmental Chemistry & Microbiology
CEL499
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition
Concepts in Biotechnology Balasubramaniyan et al. Sangam Books ltd. Latest Text book of Biotechnology Dubey Latest
Content Course No.
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Basic concepts of Microbial Biochemistry of carbohydrates, proteins and fats; structure of nucleic acids Deoxyribose nucleic acid - DNA and Ribose nucleic acid - RNA Basic concepts of biodegradation, biotransformation, bioleaching and biobeneficiation; Different types of microbial associations or interactions. Environmental monitoring ­ significance of monitoring bacterial, viral and protozoan pathogens; Techniques of monitoring ­ gene probes, biosensors and immunoassay. Basic concepts of Genetic Engineering ­ genes, chromosomal DNA, plasmid DNA, replication of DNA, genetic code, transformation, transduction and conjugation processes in bacteria, mutation, recombinant DNA techniques. Biotransformation of biomass / organic waste into value added chemicals and energy, Single cell proteins, Microorganisms involved and biochemical changes of different pollutants present in liquid wastes, Types of reactors, pathways of bioenergy production ­ biomethane production, bioethanol production etc. CEL 512
Head of The Department of Civil Engineering
Department : Civil Engineering
Course No. CEL 513
Open Course HM Course Discontinued (Y/N)
(Y/N)
(Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. 2) Reference Books
Environmental Systems modelling
Dr. Rajesh Gupta
Odd
Even
N
N
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical Credits
3
0
0
6
-
CEL553
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition
Introduction To Env. Engg. and Science Gilbert M. Masters Practice hall, india Principles of surface water quality modelling and control Thomann R. V. And Muller J. A. Harper international edition 1987 Water quality Technobangolous G. , Schroader E. D. Addison-Wesley publishing co. Reading Massachusetts
Content Course No.
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Definition; Classification; Examples and Models of Environmental Systems. Introduction to Air Quality Models; Metrology; Atmospheric Stability and Turbulence; Gaussian Plume Model and Modifications; Numerical Models, Urban Diffusion Models; Introduction to river, estuarine and lake thermodynamics, Stratification of lakes, Dissolved Oxygen Model for streams, Temperature Models, Prediction of fate of organisms and toxic substances. Models for predicting water quality changes in water distribution systems Computational methods in Environmental Modelling CEL 513
Head of The Department of Civil Engineering
Course No. CE- 5xx
Open Course (Y/N)
HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. 2) Reference Books
Seminar
Dr. V. A. Mhaisalkar
Odd
-
Lecture
Tutorial
0
0
-
-
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition
Even
-
Practical Credits
0
2
Content Course No.
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition The seminar should cover in depth study and/or critical review of a specific topic of current interest in the field of environmental engg./science/management assigned by the course coordinator. The study on the topic may be carried out by an individual or a group of two students each having earned minimum 50 credits. The students shall be required to submit a report and deliver seminar. CE- 5xx
Head of The Department of Civil Engineering
Course No. CEP 502 Open Course (Y/N)
HM Course (Y/N)
Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. 2) Reference Books
Environmental Monitoring Laboratory ­ II
Dr. (Mrs.) M. V. Latkar/Prof. R. R. Gawalpanchi
Odd
Even
-
G1
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical Credits
0
0
2
2
Environmental Monitoring Laboratory ­ I
-
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition
Standard Methods for the Examination of Water & Wastewater APHA, AWWA,WEF IS Code No. 5182 Parts 1 to 20 IS Code No. 10158, 9234 & 9235
Content Course No.
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition 1. Collection, preservation and analysis of samples from water treatment plants, municipal wastewater treatment plants or industrial wastewater treatment plants. 2. Collection and analysis of air samples for SPM, RSPM, SO2 & NOx 3. Characterization of municipal solid wastes CEP 502
Head of The Department of Civil Engineering
Course Content Proforma
Department: Civil Engineering
Course No.:
CEL412
Open Course (Y/N)
HM Course (Y/N)
Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title: Spatial Analysis for Resource Management Course Coordinator: Dr. Y.B.Katpatal
Odd Slot in which offered, if not offered write N
Even C
Structure
Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits
3
0
2
8
Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course numbers
Prerequisite Credits
Equivalent Course Course Codes. As per proposed Courses & old courses
Overlap Course Codes As per proposed Course numbers
Text Book (Max. 2)
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition
Concepts and techniqes of Geographic Infromation Systems C.P LO Albert KW Yeung Pritince Hall of India 2002 Text Book on remote sensing C.S. Agrawal & P K Garg Wheeler First
Title Author Publisher Edition
geographic information systems and Science Paul A. Longley, M. Goodchild, David Maguire, David Rhind Wiley First
Reference Books
Title Author Publisher Edition
Keith C. Clerk, Bradely O Parks, Michel P Crane Geographic Informaiton System and Enviornment Modeling Pritince Hall of India 2002
Title Author Publisher Edition
Remote Sensing of the Environment ..an Earth Resource Perspective John R Jensen Pearson Education 2006
Content Practical Course No.
Fundamentals of Geoinformatics: raster and Vector Data, Resolutions of RS data, Thermal and Radar Sensing, spatial and non spatial information, attribute Data Collection, data formats, data conversions. RS as a technology for data extraction technique, multithematic data extraction using multispectral sensors, thematic map generation. Overlay analyses, Buffer analyses, Query shell. Spatial analysis, Modeling of spatial data, Network analysis, digital terrain elevation models, Customization and Decision Support Systems. Applications of Geoinformatics for spatial management of resources: Run-off estimations, infiltration characteristics, groundwater potential and recharge characteristics, Watershed management, watershed prioritization, Sediment yield estimation, reservoir capacity studies, spatial analyses for Environment Impact assessment, Monitoring and feedback, Natural indices, Concept of E-Governance using Geoinformatics. Integrated applications using various technologies within Geoinformatics; methods and approach. Real time and temporal analysis using Geoinformatics. Multidisciplinary applications of Geoinformatics; integration of various segments. Geoinformatics for resources management and utilities management. Spatial Digital Data and its Formats Digital Image analysis and Classification Vector Data generation, topology building and attribution Overlay, Buffer and Network analysis Models for Resource analysis
Head of The Department
Department : Civil Engineering
Course No. CEL 418
Open Course (Y/N)
HM Course (Y/N)
Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title
ENERGY CONVERSION AND ENVIRONMENT
Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. 2) Reference Books
Dr. A. R. Tembhurkar
Odd
D
Lecture
Tutorial
3
0
-
Even
-
Practical Credits
0
6
-
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title
Energy and the Environment Fowler J. M. McGraw Hill New York 2nd Biomass for Energy in the Developing Countries, Current Roles, Potentials, Problems, Prospects D. O. Hall, G. W. Barnard and P. A. Moss Pergamon Press Ltd 1st Energy Management Handbook W. C. Turner Wiley Newyork 1st Energy System Analysis for Developing countries P. Meier Sringer Verlag 1st Energy from Bioconversion of Wate materials Dorthy J De Renzo Noyes data Corporation USA 1st Energy from Solid Waste ­ Recent Development
Content Course No.
Author
Francis A.Domino
Publisher Edition
Noyes data Corporation USA 1st
Title
Natural Resource Conservation ­
Management for sustainable future
Author
Oliver S. Owen , Daniel D. Chiras
Publisher Edition
Prentice Hall Publications 6th
Title
Integrated Solid Waste Management
Author
George Tachonobanoglous, Hilary
Thesin, Samuel Vigil
Publisher Edition
McGraw Hill 1st International Edn.
Overview of Global and Indian Energy Scenario;
Resource Conservation and Environmental Movement;
Flow of Energy Through Ecosystem; Renewable and
Non- renewable energy Sources; Sustainable System
of Energy; Energy and Resources Conservation
Strategies and Policies; Energy audit; Energy
Conversion Methods: Thermal, hydro, nuclear, solar,
wind, tidal, Energy Analysis; Energy economics;
Future Energy Systems; Introduction to Fuel
combustion fundamentals, formation of Pollutants,
Measurements and Control; Alternative Energy
sources Utilizations; Classification of Waste as Fuel;
Waste to Energy options: Combustion, Gasification,
anaerobic digestion, fermentation, pyrolysis; Fuels
Derived from Waste to Energy Technology; Power
Generation using Waste to Energy technology, Gas
generations and collection in landfills, Potential for
biomass and Biogas Energy system
CEL 418
Course No. CEL 432
Open Course (Y/N)
HM Course (Y/N)
Discontinued (Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. 2) Reference Books
Environmental Impact Assessment
Lecture 3 -
Odd Tutorial 0
Even
H
Practical Credits
0
6
CEL458
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition
Environmental Impact Assessment of Water Resource Projects Canter L. McGraw Hill 1996 Environmental Impact Analysis Handbook Rau G. L. and Wooten C. D. McGraw Hill 1980
Content Course No.
Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Evolution and history of EIA at International and Indian level, Definition, benefits and importance of EIA, Environmental clearance process in India, EIA at project, regional and policy level, EIA process in India, Collection of baseline data, Identification of impacts on physical, biological, socioeconomic environment and land use pattern, Prediction and evolution of impacts, Screening and scoping criteria, Prediction models, EIA methodologies: checklist, matrix, overlay, BEES and other techniques of impact assessment, Uncertainties in EIA, Rapid and comprehensive EIA, Public participation in EIA, Environmental management plan, Post project monitoring, EIA reports, Environmental impact statement, Application of EIA for water resource projects, industrial projects, infrastructural projects etc. CEL 4xx
Head of The Department of Civil Engineering
COURSE CONTENT PROFORMA
Course No. CEL3xx Open Course
HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N)
(Y/N)
Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which Offered Structure Prerequisite Course Codes Prerequisite Credits Equivalent course Codes Overlap Course Codes Text Books
Energy Efficient Buildings
Dr. Rahul V. Ralegaonkar
Even
Lecture
Tutorial
3
1
Practical 0
Title Author Publisher Edition
Energy Efficient Buildings In India Mili Majumdar Tata Energy Research Institute
Credits 8
Title Author Publisher Edition
Energy-Efficient Building Systems Lal Jayamaha McGraw Hill Publication
Reference Books
Title Author Publisher Edition
Solar Energy Fundamentals & Applications H P Garg, J Prakash Tata MacGraw Hill Publishing
Title Author Publisher Edition
Solar Energy and thermal processes J A Duffie & W A Beckman John Wiley
Title Author Publisher Edition
Solar Energy Applications in Buildings A A M Sayigh Academic Press
Title Author Publisher Edition
Content
Theory: 1. Conservation & energy efficiency concepts-overview of significance
of energy use and energy processes in buildings 2. Passive solar energy fundamentals & practices in building designsolar astronomical relations and radiation physics and measurements, human thermal comfort, climatological factors, material specifications and heat transfer principles. 3. Passive solar energy practice in building design- design decisions in building-location, orientation, form, material, Thermal performance evaluation 4. Passive Solar technologies- trombe wall, thermosiphoned mass wall, water wall, sunspaces, roof ponds, glazed windows, cool towers, under slab rock beds 5. design guidelines & Economic Optimization- Concept of cost/benefit of energy conservation & passive solar technologies 6. Advances in computational energy conservation- implementation of computer energy simulation programs into solar designs. Tutorials: Numerical & Graphical problems will be discussed and solved based on the above mentioned topics. Course No. Head of the Department of CIVIL ENGINEERING

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