BBR748 Modern Methods and Equipment for Industrial Waste Treatment and Recycling

Code BBR748
Name Modern Methods and Equipment for Industrial Waste Treatment and Recycling
Status Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice
Level and type Post-graduate Studies, Academic
Field of study Civil Engineering
Faculty
Academic staff Viktors Mironovs
Credit points 3.0 (4.5 ECTS)
Parts 1
Annotation The course provides an overview analysis of industrial and construction waste, assessing its characteristics and technical-economic parameters. The course reviews modern technological methods of waste processing. The course also displays an overview of key principles of equipment for building demolishing process, recovery and recycling of waste. The course reviews the contaminated soil treatment and processing technologies. There are demonstrated key directions for metallurgical waste (sawdust, slag, waste metal, etc.) recycling. Data are based ona technical and economic analysis methods. Particular attention is paid to labour safety and environmental protection technologies used during waste treatament. The course provides lectures, laboratory and practical works, industrial visits..
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
Prepare technical specialists who are familiar with the terminology, technical-economic analysis, key trends, methods and equipment forprocessing and recycling of industrial and construction technological waste. Students must be familiar with the collection, storage, transportation and processing methods and equipment for various construction, mashine industry and other industrial waste, in order to calculate the economic efficiency of the process and develop recommendations for the effective use of technological waste. After completion of the course a student (professional) must be competent in modern technological waste processing and recycling methods.
Learning outcomes
and assessment
Using the generally accepted terminology and classification student is able to recognize basic technologies for waste treatment. - Lectures, laboratory and practical work, attending
Student knows modern physico-mechanical methods for waste treatment. Student knows the powdered waste physical and technological properties. Student is able to evaluate the main technical, economic and operational parameters of technology and equipment. - Laboratory and practical work
Student is able to assess the productivity of equipment and provide recommendations towards its improvement. - Practical work
Student is able to prepare a report and to identify the key trends in waste management. - Examination (written) by using specially designed forms.
Course prerequisites Technical Bachelor's study programme

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