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AU Environmental Engineering -I Sem V
Unit 5 : Distribution of Water(Methods of Distribution system, Components of Distribution system, Layouts of Distribution networks, Pressures in the distribution layouts, Analysis of Distribution networks, Water connection to the houses)
1. Water as a Resources(Environmental Technology) Total View (240)
 
In Unit 1, we will discuss concepts of water availability, quality, attributes, use-based classification, hydrological cycle, etc. In the latter part of the Unit, water quality for various uses, municipal water supply complexities, water leakage have been explained. Unit 2 on the other hand discusses aspects related to municipal wastewater collection, conveyance and treatment.
Title: Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Water Resources and Waste Water Treatment
Published on: 10/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 51
Price: Rs 0

2. INTRODUCTION(Civil Enginnering) Total View (0)
 
If proper arrangements for the collection, treatment and disposal are not made, they will go on accumulating and create foul condition. If untreated water is accumulating, the decomposition of the organic materials it contains can lead to the production of large quantity of mal odorous gases.
Title: Environmental Engineering II
Published on: 31/10/18
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 22
Price: Rs 0

3. Water Resources and Estimation of Pollutional Parameters(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (419)
 
Surface water is obviously highly susceptible to contamination. It has historically been the most convenient sewer for industry and town municipalities alike, while at the sometime it is the source of majority of our water for all purposes. One particular category of pollutants, oxygen demanding wastes, has been such a pervasive surface water problem, affecting both moving water and still water, t ......
Title: MSc Tech 101 Environmental Chemistry
Published on: 12/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 38
Price: Rs 28.5

4. Module 8 Environmental Geology(Geology) Total View (0)
 
It is a branch of geology deals with the study of environmental problems along with suitable treatments arising in the field of mining and civil engineering works related to engineering geology have to be studied through the application of geomorphology, hydrogeology, mineralogy, petrology, Stratigraphy, structural geology, etc. We have to preserve the environment for future generation (Therefore ......
Title: Geology for Engineers ( Reference Book World Wide )
Published on: 18/10/17
Author: Maruthesha Reddy MT
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 10
Price: Rs 5.5

5. Environmental Impace Assessment(Environmental Management) Total View (200)
 
In Unit 1, we introduced you to some of the environmental management tools. One such tool we mentioned in that context was environmental impact assessment (EIA). In the present Unit, i.e., Unit 3, we will discuss EIA in detail. We will begin the Unit by explaining what EIA entails. We will then give you an account of EIA evolution in the world over. We will also discuss how EIA can be used to pr ......
Title: CEM-11 Environmental Management and Policy
Published on: 27/08/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 11
Price: Rs 8.25

6. ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY(Geology) Total View (0)
 
It is a branch of geology deals with the study of environmental problems along with suitable treatments arising in the field of mining and civil engineering works related to engineering geology have to be studied through the application of geomorphology, hydrogeology, mineralogy, petrology, Stratigraphy, structural geology, etc. We have to preserve the environment for future generation (There ......
Title: Applied Engineering Geology ( Referrence Book for Global Engineering Students )
Published on: 31/10/17
Author: Maruthesha Reddy MT
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 7.8

7. Selection, Planning and Implementation Guidelines for Water and Wastewater Treatment Systems(Environmental Technology) Total View (230)
 
The Unit attempts to bring out the fact that selection of treatment configuration based on rational engineering consideration will lead to proper design and sustained operation and maintenance. The other important factors in selection and design such as site survey, plant location, plant types etc. have also been dealt in this Unit.
Title: Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Waste Water Reuse and Disposal
Published on: 10/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 34
Price: Rs 25.5

8. Distribution of Water on Earth(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (423)
 
Where is Earth 's water located and in what forms does it exist? You can see how water is distributed by viewing these bar charts. The left- side bar shows where the water on Earth exists; about 97 percent of all water is in the oceans. Th e middle bar shows the distribution of that three percent of all Earth's water that is fres hwater. The majority, about 69 percent, is locked up in glaciers and ......
Title: MSc Tech 202 Surface and Groundwater Hydrology
Published on: 28/08/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 12
Price: Rs 9

9. Additional Themes on Data Mining(Computer Science) Total View (790)
 
At the end of this unit, students will be able to explain audio data mining and understand the concept of statistical data mining.They will also be able to discuss video data mining.
Title: MSCS-516A Data Mining
Published on: 30/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 10
Price: Rs 7.5

10. Environmental Significance of Pollutional Parameters(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (415)
 
Water that has been withdrawn, used for various beneficial purpose and after usage the returned water will be polluted in one way or the other. Agricultural return water contains pesticides, fertilizer and salts; municipal return water carries human swage; power plants discharge water at elevated temperature; industry contributes a wide range of chemical pollutants may be either organic or inorgan ......
Title: MSc Tech 101 Environmental Chemistry
Published on: 12/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 19
Price: Rs 14.25

11. Environmental Policies(Environmental Management) Total View (197)
 
In Unit 1, we introduced you to the fundamental principles and concepts of the environment and ecosystem. In this Unit , we will provide you with the background to the evolution of environmental policies and legislations in India. We will begin the Unit by explaining the international environmental policies in general. This unit will give us a context for our discussion of the policies in India. W ......
Title: CEM-11 Environmental Management and Policy
Published on: 27/08/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12

12. Aquatic and Terrestrial Ecosystems(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (416)
 
An ecosystem is a group of biotic communities of species interacting with one another and with their non-living environment exchanging energy and matter. Now ecology is often defined as the study of ecosystems,an ecosystem is an integrated unit consisting of interacting plants,animals and microorganisms whose survival depends upon the maintenance and regulation of their biotic and abiotic structur ......
Title: MSc Tech 104 Ecology and Environment
Published on: 26/02/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 31
Price: Rs 23.25

13. Introduction (Environmental Studies ) Total View (5)
 
In science and engineering, a system is the part of the universe that is being studied, while the environment is the remainder of the universe that lies outside the boundaries of the system. It is also known as the surroundings, and in thermodynamics, as the reservoir. Depending on the type of system, it may interact with the environment by exchanging mass, energy (including heat and work), li ......
Title: ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
Published on: 03/04/18
Author: Chetan R
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 35
Price: Rs 0

14. Introduction to Fluid Power System(Hydraulics and Pneumatics ) Total View (33)
 
Pascals Law, Classification of Pumps, Components of Hydraulic System
Title: Hydraulics & Pneumatics
Published on: 25/11/17
Author: Shanawaz Patil
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 45
Price: Rs 33.75

15. Module 01 (Software Engineering ) Total View (133)
 
Introduction : Software crisis, need for software engineering, professional software development, software engineering ethics. Case studies Software processes : Models : Water fall model , Incremental model and Spiral model. Process activities. Requirement engineering : Requirement engineering processes , requirements elicitation and analysis. Functional and non-functional requirements. The Soft ......
Title: SOFTWARE ENGINEERING/15CS42
Published on: 23/02/17
Author: GANESAN S
Publisher: Ghousia College of Engineering
Pages: 28
Price: Rs 0

16. Module 13 Rain Water Harvesting(Geology) Total View (0)
 
Rainwater harvesting refers to in general, to the collection and storing of locally available water, mostly from the rains at a place. The main criterion here is the quantum of water involved and the area of influence. Collection of rainwater from paved or G.I. corrugated roofs and paved courtyard of houses is known as rainwater harvesting. Rainwater harvesting is common in areas having high rainf ......
Title: Geology for Engineers ( Reference Book World Wide )
Published on: 18/10/17
Author: Maruthesha Reddy MT
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 12
Price: Rs 6.6

17. Waste Water Disposal on Land: Land Application(Environmental Technology) Total View (233)
 
In this Unit, we will discuss some of the areas of land application of wastewater in terms of wetland either naturally occurring or artificially constructed, along with their advantages and disadvantages. Other land based treatment such as septic tank, lagooning, etc., have also been discussed in the Unit with a view to examine the potential of these techniques. We will also discuss land applicati ......
Title: Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Waste Water Reuse and Disposal
Published on: 10/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 32
Price: Rs 24

18. Waste Water Disposal into Natural Water Bodies(Environmental Technology) Total View (229)
 
Disposal issue with regard to specific water poses different question in terms of processes, dynamics and mechanism. The quality of water where the disposal is proposed to be carried out need to be taken into account while the planning and design of the outfall is completed. The concept of initial dilution and dispersion will also be discussed. Besides these methodologies, we will also study the b ......
Title: Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Waste Water Reuse and Disposal
Published on: 10/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 34
Price: Rs 25.5

19. Environmental Pollution and its Prevention(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (384)
 
Just as a weed is ' a plant out of place' , a pollutant is 'a chemical out of place ', and 'pollution' is ' resource out of place' . Oil enclosed within a tanker is not a pollutant'; spilled into the environment, however, it may be a pollutant although doing harm involves more than being out of place. A small oil spill may go unnoticed, but a large one ca n be disastrous . Almost any substance, sy ......
Title: MSc Tech 204 Environmental Pollution and its Prevention
Published on: 21/09/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 11
Price: Rs 0

20. Density Dependent and Density Independent Factors(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (416)
 
Density represents the numerical strength of a species in the community in any unit area. Frequency does not provide correct idea of the distribution of any species in particular area, unless it is correlated with other characters, like density etc . The inherent tendency of all animal populations is to increase in number. But this increase in number is, however, not infinite since the carrying ca ......
Title: MSc Tech 104 Ecology and Environment
Published on: 28/02/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 35
Price: Rs 26.25

21. Municipal Wastewater Generation, Conveyance and Disposal(Environmental Technology) Total View (232)
 
In this Unit we will introduce you to various aspects related to municipal waste water, which includes collection, conveyance and treatment of domestic waste. Aspects related to final disposal of waste water and its impact on water body has also been dealt with in this Unit. A municipal wastewater treatment disposal system comprises of sewerage network, wastewater collection from various parts of ......
Title: Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Water Resources and Waste Water Treatment
Published on: 10/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 30
Price: Rs 22.5

22. Leachate and gas collection system(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (465)
 
Leachate can pollute land, groundwater and surface water. Common toxic components in leachate are ammonia and heavy metals, which can be hazardous even at low levels, if they accumulate in the food chain. The presence of ammoniacal nitrogen means that leachate often has to be treated off-site before being discharged to a sewer, since there is no natural biochemical path for its removaL The best wa ......
Title: MSc Tech 201 Solid Waste Management
Published on: 21/09/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 9.75

23. First Generation Optical Networks(Electronics and Communication) Total View (0)
 
SONET & SDH came into existence, the infrastructure used was plesiochronous digital hierarchy(PDH) also known as asynchronous digital hierarchy.
Title: Optical Networks
Published on: 04/10/18
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 15
Price: Rs 7.5

24. Environmental Systems(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (378)
 
Environmental systems maintain a finite capacity for assimilating stress, establishing a threshold level beyond which additional stress results in a marked decrease in the system's performance andlo r an adaptive change in the system's struc ture, A more useful index of I environmental sustainability is ' ecosystem resilience", One way of thinking about resilience is to focus on ecosystemdynamics ......
Title: MSc Tech 204 Environmental Pollution and its Prevention
Published on: 21/08/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 14
Price: Rs 10.5

25. Disposal methods like open dumping,site selection, sanitary land filling(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (466)
 
Disposal referred to the 'different treatments which are given to the waste for avoiding environmental & health hazards'. Success of Solid Waste Management System directly related to Disposal efficiency. Thus disposal is the "no alternative" option as it is the final element in the solid waste management system. It is the ultimate fate of all solid wastes, whether they are residential wastes colle ......
Title: MSc Tech 201 Solid Waste Management
Published on: 21/09/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 19
Price: Rs 14.25



 
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