EN-401: Environmental Engineering-II

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)


Sr. # Course Learning Outcome (CLO) CLO Mapping Taxonomy Level Program Learning Outcome (PLO)
1. Describe fundamental concepts of wastewater generation, transportation, treatment and disposal.

Storm Flow & Sewage Flow Estimates: Rainfall intensity formulas, hydrograph & dry weather flow, sewage quantities; Variations and rates of flows; Velocity gradient & limiting velocities.
Types of Sewerage Systems:     Separate & combined systems; Types shapes, sizes and materials of sewers; Sewer appurtenances, pipe strengths and tests. 
Principles of Design: Construction & maintenance of sewers; Sewer, system analyses; Diameter and gradient, sewer joints, grading, laying, Jointing and testing of sewers.
Sewage Treatment: Primary, secondary & tertiary treatment; Screening grit chamber, skimming tanks & sedimentation tanks; Activated sludge treatment, trickling filters, oxidation ponds, etc.
Characteristics of Sewage: Municipal and industrial wastes; Water pollution, causes and control parameters; Effluent disposal guideline and standards
Building Drainage: Requirements and arrangement of building drainage; Soil pipes, antisyphon pipes and waste water pipes; Sanitary fixtures and traps; House connection and testing of house drainage; Cross connection and back syphonage control.

C-2 Environment and Sustainability (PLO-7)
2. Identify the components of solid waste management system.

Solid Waste Disposal: Types, characteristics, sources and quantities of solid wastes; Collection disposal and recycling.
Sewage Disposal Method: Receiving body, assimilation capacity; Stream pollution and self-recovery, sludge handling & disposal; Effluent Reuse. Control and management of industrial wastewaters.

C-3 The Engineer and Society (PLO-6)
3. Detect concentration of pollutants in environmental samples Laboratory workbook C-4 Investigation (PLO-4)