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Water Quality Dynamics
( yoshimura chihoro  )


Fri 1-2Session M112

Credits  Lecture:2  Practice:0  Experiment:0 / code:61082
Update : 2013/2/7
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Outline of lecture
This lecture provides essential knowledge to understand water quality dynamics both in water environments and water treatment facility. Thus, it will support you to understand water quality issues and build a numerical framework, so called “water quality model”, for study fields of your interest.
Purpose of lecture
This lecture provides essential knowledge to understand water quality dynamics both in water environments and water treatment facility. Thus, it will support you to understand water quality issues and build a numerical framework, so called “water quality model”, for study fields of your interest.
Plan of lecture
This lecture provides essential knowledge to understand water quality dynamics both in water environments and water treatment facility. Key topics are advection, diffusion, kinetics, interface chemistry, microbiology, nutrient dynamics, and so forth. Regarding each of key aspects of water quality, we cover its basic concept and mathematical models to describe water quality under a variety of hydrodynamic conditions. Thus, this lecture will support you to understand water quality issues and build a numerical framework, so called “water quality models”, for study fields of your interest. In every class, students are required to work on exercises to promote theoretical and mathematical understanding.
Textbook and reference
Environmental Modeling, Jerald L. Schnoor, John Wiley & Sons, 1996.
Other references will be distributed in class.
Related and/or prerequisite courses
It is preferable for students to take one of the following lectures in advance.
- Water Management for Environmental Health(水環境計画,土木・環境工学科)
- Aquatic Environmental Science (Department of Civil Engineering)
- Lectures related to numerical modeling
Evaluation
Discussion 30%, Exercise 70%

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