CE442 Project Design Lab
Developed by: D. Roy; G. H. Liu; J. Leu; J. Yan
Supported By NSF Gateway Engineering Education Coalition

Waste Water Treatment Plant Layout

Primary Clarifier
Description:
1. Physical Characteristics of Municipal Waste Water
2. Flow Variation and Flowrate
3. Primary Sedimentation Clarifier
4. Types of Clarifiers
5. Horizontal Flow Clarifier
6. Comparison of Rectangular and Circular Clarifier
7. Design Consideration
8. Design Factors
9. Design Procedure of Primary Sedimentation Clarifier

Design Requirement & Example:
1. Design Criteria
2. Dimension of Each Tanks
3. Influent Structure
4. Outlet Structure

Activated Sludge
Description: 
1. General Description of Activated Sludge Process
2. Design of Kinetics and Constants
3. Design of Return Sludge and Gas Transfer
4. Design of Aeration Tank
5. Design of Settling Tank

Design Requirement & Example:
1. Design Requirement of Activated Sludge Process
2. Design Criteria
3. Influent and Effluent Quality
4. Aeration Tank - Dimension
5. Aeration Tank - Detention Time
6. Aeration Tank - Sludge
7. Aeration Tank - Inlet and Outlet Structure
8. Aeration System - Oxygen Requirement 1
9. Aeration System - Oxygen Requirement 2
10. Aeration System - Diffuser System
11. Aeration System - Piping System 1
12. Aeration System - Piping System 2
13. Aeration System - Blowers
14. Settling Tank - Dimension 1
15. Settling Tank - Dimension 2
16. Settling Tank - Inlet Design
17. Settling Tank - Outlet Design
18. Settling Tank - Launders & Trough

Any suggestions, please email Dr. Dipak Roy