Modelling & Simulation of Wastewater Treatment Processes-2 CPD POINTS
12-13 November 2020
The course on Modelling and Simulation of Wastewater Treatment Processes provides delegates in attendance an understanding as well as demonstrating and fine-tuning the processes that are commonly used in wastewater treatment plants. The aim of this training workshop is to identify and assess current methods and technologies being used in waste-water treatment.
During the workshop delegates will delve into, basic kinetic concepts for the removal of water pollutants together with the application of kinetic principles in several reactor designs. Delegates will take away essential skills on biochemical kinetic reactions, and will be able to apply practical skills while expanding knowledge in the design and operation of real systems through specialised software that simulates these processes.
Key Learning Objectives:
- Setup and run simulation for pollutant removal in reactors and activated sludge systems
- Advice on best choice of treatment process given particular loading conditions.
- Design and evaluate continuous-flow and mixed reactor systems
2 ECSA CPD Points
ZOOM LIVE ONLINE TRAINING
DATE 12-13 November
BOOK AND PAY TO RECEIVE LINK FOR THE ONLINE TRAINING
FACILITATOR: Chris Brouckaert
Mr. Brouckaert joined the Pollution Research Group in 1990 and holds a BSc in Chemical Engineering.
Prior to joining Group he was lecturer in Chemical Engineering, University of KwaZulu-Natal.
His areas of expertise include the Computational Fluid Dynamic modeling of water and wastewater treatment processes; modeling and application of membrane processes (reverse osmosis, nanofiltration, ultrafiltration and microfiltration) to industrial wastewater treatment, including laboratory-scale and pilot-scale tests and interpretation of the results; and modeling of atmospheric dispersion.