Course Syllabus (Academic Year 2017)

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Course Syllabus (Academic Year 2017) School of Interdisciplinary Studies, Kanchanaburi Campus, Mahidol University 1. Course No. and Title Credit (study hours)

: KAED 205 Chemistry for Environmental Engineering : 3(3-0-6)

2. Program Name

: Bachelor of Engineering Program in Environmental Engineering and

3. Course Module

Disaster Management : Major Required Courses

Pre/co-requisite

: SCCH 113 (General Chemistry)

4. Class Semester

: 1st Semester  2nd Semester

5. Class Schedule & Venue

: Tuesday : 14:00 – 17:00

6. Class Coordinator

: Dr. Suthatip Sinyoung Contact No: 061-9624414

Academic Year 2017

: Email: [email protected] or [email protected] 7. Course Description Fundamental principles of environmental, atomic theory, chemical bonding and structure, reactions, thermochemistry, chemical equilibrium, acid-base equilibrium, chemical kinetics, electrochemistry, metals and solids state materials. Chemical and physical characteristics of water and wastewater. Applications of basic principles for water chemistry, atmospheric chemistry, geochemistry, organic chemistry and nuclear chemistry. Basic concepts from quantitative chemistry, Instrumental method of analysis 8. Course Objectives / Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) Expected Skills / Knowledge No.

Objectives / CLOs

8.1 Provide students with basic knowledge in environmental chemistry, physical and chemistry characteristics of water,

Specific

Generic

(SS)

(GS)

SS1, SS2,

GS1, GS2,

SS3

GS3, GS7, GS8,

wastewater, air and soil

ABET

Knowledge PLOs criteria (K) K2 – K9

1

(a),(e)

1,2

(c),(d),

GS9

8.2 Provide students with the skills of

SS1, SS2,

GS1, GS2,

K1,K7,K8,

analytical process using chemical

SS3, SS4

GS3,

K9,K10

(g),(k)

Expected Skills / Knowledge No.

Objectives / CLOs

Specific (SS)

Generic (GS)

principles and applied knowledge in

GS7, GS8,

environmental engineering.

GS9

ABET

Knowledge PLOs criteria (K)

9. Class Instructor List 9.1 Name : Dr. Weerawut Chaiwat (WC) 9.2 Name : Dr. Suthatip Sinyoung (SS)

Contact No. : 084-522-3098 Email : [email protected] Contact No. : 061-9624414 Email : [email protected]

10. Course Outline Week

1

2

3

4

5

Date

22/08/60

29/08/60

5/09/60

12/09/60

19/09/60

Contents

CLOs

Teaching &

Instructor’s

Learning method

Names

 Introduction to Course outline and measurement  Fundamental principles of environmental, atomic theory, chemical bonding and structure  Chemical and physical characteristics of water, wastewater, air and soil.  Applications of basic principles for water chemistry  Method of sampling collection and preservation of samples.  Basic concepts from quantitative chemistry  Instrumental method of analysis: Water pollution (Acid-Base balance, Buffer solution, pH, Acidity, Alkalinity and Hardness)  Instrumental method of analysis: Water pollution (DO, BOD, COD and Conductivity)

8.1,8.2  Presentation  Assignment

SS

8.1,8.2  Presentation  Assignment

SS

8.1,8.2  Presentation  Assignment

SS

8.1,8.2  Presentation  Quiz

SS

 Instrumental method of analysis: Water pollution (Solids, Nitrogen, Iron & Manganese and Sulfate)

8.1,8.2  Presentation  Assignment

SS

Week

6

7

8

Date

26/09/60

03/10/60

10/10/60

9 10

11

12

13

14

24/10/60

Contents

CLOs

Instructor’s

Learning method

Names

8.1,8.2  Presentation  Instrumental method of analysis: Water pollution (phosphorus,  Assignment Phosphate, Oil & Grease and VOC) 8.1,8.2  Presentation  Instrumental method of analysis: Water pollution (Chlorides, Residual  Assignment Chlorine & Chlorine Demand and Fluoride)  Instruments for heavy metal analysis 8.1,8.2  Presentation  Atmospheric chemistry, geochemistry organic chemistry and  Assignment in nuclear chemistry Class  Quiz Mid-term Examination 8.1  Presentation  Unit conversion and principal of material and energy balance  Assignment in Class  Material and energy balance in environmental engineering

8.1

8.1

07/11/60

 Thermodynamics in chemical reactions and environmental engineering

8.1

14/11/60

 Basic concepts in chemical kinetics: reaction rate expression

31/10/60

Teaching &

 Chemical systems with multiple reactions and heterogeneous 21/11/60 catalysis

8.1

SS

SS

SS

WC

 Presentation  Assignment in Class  Homework  Presentation  Assignment in Class  Homework

WC

    

WC

Presentation Quiz Homework Presentation Assignment in Class  Homework

WC

WC

Week

15

16

Date

28/11/60

*05/12/60

Contents

CLOs

 Basic concepts in reactor design and ideal reactor models (1)

8.1

 Basic concepts in reactor design and ideal reactor models (2)

8.1

Teaching &

Instructor’s

Learning method

Names

 Presentation  Assignment in Class  Homework  Presentation  Assignment in Class  Quiz

WC

WC

17

Final Examination 18 *05/12/60 –make up class in another day 11. Course Assessment No.

Methods / Activities

Weight Regulations

CLOs

Week

Distribution (%)

9

35

17

35

 Mid-term exam will cover content from

11.1

Mid-term exam

11.2

Final exam

11.3

Quizzes

11.4

Assignments/ Homework

the first week to eight weeks of the semester.  Closed book 8.1,8.2  Faculty-approved calculator Remarks Mid-term exam will be managed by the Division of Education (Kanchanaburi Campus).  Final Exam will cover content from the ten weeks to sixteen weeks of the semester.  Closed book 8.2  Faculty-approved calculator Remarks Final exam will be managed by the Division of Education (Kanchanaburi Campus). Each 30-min quiz will be given in class and cover the content from the previous weeks. 8.1,8.2 There will be no make-up quizzes. Each student will receive assignments or 8.1,8.2 Homework by the given deadline. You will

4,7,13, 16 1-8, 10-16

20 5

Weight

Methods / Activities

No.

Regulations

CLOs

Week

Distribution (%)

have one week to finish each set of Homework. Class

11.5

participation

Student must attend class more than 80% of 8.1,8.2 course.

1-8,

5

10-16 Total

100

Requirements:  During midterms, class tests and final examinations, only certain calculators are Faculty-approved for use. See which calculators are included in the list.  Bring to every class scientific or engineering calculator; phones must be turned off or switched to vibration mode; if you receive an urgent call, step out of the classroom while using the phone (this is a privilege, do not overuse it). 12. Grading System  Criterion-referenced evaluation Grade

Score

Grade

Score

Grade

Score

Grade

Score

A

 80 %

B

70 – 74.99%

C

60 – 64.99%

D

50 – 54.99%

B+

75 – 79.99%

C+

65 – 69.99%

D+

55 – 59.99%

F

< 50 %

13. References 13.1 Clair N. Sawyer, Perry L. McCarty, Gene F. Parkin,. Chemistry for Environmental Engineering, 4 th edition, McGraw-Hill, Inc, 1994 13.2 Clair N. Sawyer, Perry L. McCarty, Gene F. Parkin,. Chemistry for Environmental Engineering and Science. 5th edition. McGraw-Hill, Inc, 2003. 13.3 Kalliat T. Valsaraj, Elizabeth M. Melvin, Elements of Environmental Engineering: Thermodynamics and Kinetics, 3rd Edition. CRC Press. 2009. 13.4 Mackenzie L. Davis, David A. Cornwell, Introduction to Environmental Engineering, 5th Edition, McGraw-Hill Education, 2013.

Note: Specific Skill (SS) SS1 SS2

Assess Quantity & Quality of Water Resource Demand and Supply Assess Quantity & Quality of Wastewater

SS3

Assess Quantity & Quality of Air Pollution by Monitoring and Forecasting

SS4

To apply and select suitable IT tool for each scenario/situation

Generic Skill (GS) GS1

Systematic Thinking, Problem Solving and Analytical Skills

GS2

Basic Computer Skills

GS3 GS4

Environmental and Disaster Risk Awareness The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global,

GS5

economic, environmental, and societal context. A knowledge of contemporary issues Knowledge (K)

K1

Probability and statistics

K2 K3

Thermochemistry Chemical equilibrium

K4

Acid-Base equilibrium

K5 K6

Chemical kinetics Material and energy balances

K7

Water and Wastewater Quality (Water and Wastewater Characteristics)

K8 K9

Air Quality (Air Characteristics) Soil Quality (Soil Characteristics)

K10

Laboratory experiments for water, wastewater, air and soil (Method of sampling collection, preservation of samples, instruments and analytical, methods of Characteristics of water, wastewater, air and soil)