This course will provide you with the general knowledge of the conventional unit operations employed in water treatment, including the scientific engineering principles on which they are based.
At a glance
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- DurationThree days
- LocationCranfield campus
What you will learn
On successful completion of this short course you will be able to:
- Examine the nature of impurities in waters, their concentrations and significance,
- Explain the basic principles of conventional treatment processes,
- Select appropriate processes, depending on the nature of the impurities to be removed and the intended use of the treated water,
- Design a flow-sheet showing how unit processes are selected based on incoming water quality.
- Classification significance and concentration ranges of impurities in water including: suspended and dissolved solids, organic and inorganic compounds, trace contaminants, pathogens,
- Physical methods for removing particulates: clarification, filtration,
- Chemical dosing, including precipitation; coagulation and flocculation; disinfection and chemical oxidation,
- Adsorption and ion exchange,
- Examples of flow sheets and unit operations in treatment plants.
Accommodation options and prices
This is a non-residential course. If you would like to book accommodation on campus, please contact Mitchell Hall or Cranfield Management Development Centre directly. Further information regarding our accommodation on campus can be found here.
Alternatively you may wish to make your own arrangements at a nearby hotel.
Location and travel
Cranfield University is situated in Bedfordshire close to the border with Buckinghamshire. The University is located almost midway between the towns of Bedford and Milton Keynes and is conveniently situated between junctions 13 and 14 of the M1.
London Luton, Stansted and Heathrow airports are 30, 90 and 90 minutes respectively by car, offering superb connections to and from just about anywhere in the world.
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