This introductory course aims to provide an overview of solid and hazardous waste management, whereby the student will be able to have the basic understanding of waste management upon their completion of the course.
The course deals with sources, generation and characteristics of industrial and municipal wastes, analysis of collection systems, handling and disposal practices of municipal wastes, significance of industrial wastes as environmental pollutants, pollution prevention and techniques for processing, treatment and disposal of industrial wastes 1. Identify sources and characteristics of industrial and municipal solid waste. 2. Describe national and international policy and legislation that related to waste management Identify and design suitable systems for collection, transportation and haulage of solid waste 3. Identify and design suitable systems for collection, transportation and haulage of solid waste 4. Manage Scheduled Waste according to the requirement set by the local regulatory body under the Scheduled Waste 5. Regulation Design material recovery facility, composting plants, thermal treatment system and landfill Seek in literature about the sources, generation and characteristics of industrial and municipal wastes, analysis of collection systems, handling and disposal practices of municipal wastes, significance of industrial wastes as environmental pollutants, pollution prevention and techniques for processing, treatment and disposal of industrial wastes
Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology UTMKL Lecture and Discussion, Assignment, Group Project, Presentation. week 1, week 2, etc. * not provided conditional SMJC 4533 3 * Group 2 1. Tchobanoglous, G., Theisen, H., and Eliassen, R., 1997, Solid Wastes: Engineering principles and management issues, McGraw Hill, New York. Quiz, Assignment, Test, Final Examination * not providedIntroduction to Environmental Engineering
This is an introductory course on the aspect of environmental science and engineering on the causes, effects, measurement and controlling of pollution including air, water, noise solid and hazardous waste and land. The course covers the fundamental aspects of all these pollution with greater emphasizes on three major categories of industrial related pollution i.e water, air and solid waste management. 1. Explain the effect of pollution to the environment and public health at large 2. Identify the causes of the pollution generated by human activities 3. Identify the techniques of measurement of various types of pollutants of interest 4. Categorize the various methods of pollution control 5. Show Concern on the causes, effects of pollution on air, water and environment. Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology UTMKL Lecture and Discussion, Co-operative Learning, Group Project. week 1, week 2, etc. Prof.IrMegat Johari conditional SMJC 3333 3 Sem 6 1. Davis, M.L. and Cornwell, D.A., 2012, Introduction to Environmental Engineering, 5th Ed., McGraw Hill, ISBN-13: 978-0073401140. 2. Viessman, W.Jr., Hammer, M.J., 2005, Water Supply and Pollution Control, 7th Ed., Pearson Prentice Hall, ISBN-13: 978-0131409705. 3. Kiely G., 1998, Environmental Engineering, McGraw Hill, ISBN-13: 978-0071164245. Assignment, Test, Final Examination Prof.Ir. Megat Johari mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgMaterials Science
Students will learn relationship between structure and physicochemical properties of materials. This course provides a conceptual framework for understanding the basic theory and physicochemical behavior of fundamental and modern engineering materials. It also attempts to present a general picture of material nature and mechanism that act upon, analyze, modify, and control their properties. 1. Explain types of atomic bonding/structure and relate to properties of engineering materials 2. Analyze characterization methods of structures/properties of engineering materials to investigate material performance. 3. Choose information on structures/properties of engineering materials, evaluate, and recommend materials for given application. Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology UTMKL Lecture, Discussion, Independent, Study Group, Assignment week 1, week 2 – 3, etc. Prof. Dr. Mikio Miyake conditional SMJC 3293 3 Sem 6 1. Callister, D.D. Jr., 2010, Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction, 8th ed., John Wiley and Sons, ISBN13:978-0470894156. 2. White, M.A., 1999. Properties of Materials, Oxford Univ. Press, ISBN-13:978-0195113310. 3.Kittel, C., 2004. Introduction of Solid State Physics, 8th Ed., John Wiley and Sons, ISBN-13:978-0471680574. 4. Atkins, P., Atkins, J.P., 2009, Physical Chemistry, 9th Ed., Oxford Univ. Press, ISBN-13:978-0199543373
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This course aims to provide the students with an overview of the wastewater systems, treatment methods and processes. Students will be able to acquire knowledge on basic wastewater treatment and process design. Students should be skilled in the design of unit processes for conventional and advanced wastewater treatment systems such as coagulation, sedimentation, and chemical treatment. They would gain fundamental knowledge of wastewater treatment processes and operations. 1. Describe the terminology used commonly for key concepts and terms in the field of wastewater treatment system. 2. Calculate wastewater flow rates and constituent mass loadings. 3. Categorize the physical, chemical, biological and advanced unit processes in wastewater treatment. 4. Explain the degradation mechanisms of organic and inorganic constituents of chemical and biological treatment methods.5. Design a wastewater treatment plant in a group. 6. Make presentation of wastewater treatment plant design. Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology UTMKL Lecture and Discussion, Independent Study; Project; Presentation; Active Learning week 1 – 2, week 3, etc. Prof Dr Megat Johari conditional SMJC 4523 3 * Group 2 1. Metcalf and Eddy Inc., Tchobanoglous, G., Burton, F.L., Burton, F. and Stensel, H.D.,, 2005. Wastewater Engineering – Treatment and Reuse, McGraw-Hill Science Engineering, ISBN 13: 9780070418783 Lecture and Discussion, Independent Study; Project; Presentation; Active Learning Prof Dr Megat Johari
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