Warning! This subjects requires on campus attendance. Refer to Special Requirements for more information.
- Introductory chemistry
- Physical and inorganic chemistry
- Organic chemistry
- Biochemistry and microbiology
- Water quality parameters
- Water treatment processes (potable supplies)
- Coagulation and flocculation
- Membrane and desalination
- Wastes and wastewater treatment
- Pollutants in drinking water
- Chemical pollutants in industrial and domestic wastewaters
- Control of chemical use and pollutants in water and the environment
- Audio/Video conferencing
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Embedded Multimedia
- Online Quizzes/Tests
- Online assignment submission
- Podcasting/Lecture capture
- Standard Media
- Streaming Multimedia
- Virtual Classroom
- Web links
- Online Assessment
- Resources and Links
- Audio-Video streaming
You are recommended to have completed the following subjects(s) or have equivalent knowledge before starting this subject:
- AttendanceDetails - This subject has a 2 day on-campus attendance requirement. The on-campus schedule for Study Period 3 2019 is 9am Wednesday 25 September 2019 to 5pm Thursday 26 September 2019.
- EquipmentDetails - Audio headset with microphone are required to access weekly consultation and help desk facilities.
- OtherDetails -
Travel and accommodation resources
- Map of Mawson Lakes Campus
- UniSA advice on temporary accommodation (Information on student accommodation, backpackers, affordable hotels, serviced apartments, Aboriginal hostels)
- Getting to Mawson Lakes (including links to the Adelaide Metro transport system)
- Please note that you may also be eligible for a travel subsidy from OUA.
The subject provides a fundamental understanding of the chemical and bio-chemical processes that impact on water and wastewater quality, and are involved in water and wastewater treatment. Chemical processes occurring as a consequence of release of wastewaters into receiving environments will also be covered in this subject.
With an understanding of these processes, the student should gain an improved appreciation of engineered systems, their operations and optimisation in the supply of potable water, wastewater treatment and reuse. This subject will provide knowledge of key chemical and biochemical processes relevant to undergraduate water and civil engineering.
Please note: This subject has an on-campus attendance requirement. For more information, please visit the On-campus Schedules section of the degree page.
- Quiz (x 3) (21%)
- Report (x 3) (25%)
- Examination (40%)
- Case Study (14%)
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