Mechanical biological waste treatment
1. / 3. semester
|term paper and colloquium
The students are capable to design waste treatment facilities in accordance with HOAI to the approval planning level including a life-cycle assessment. They are able to explain legal and natural scientific interactions using their own words and question waste management concepts critically.
Learning contentThe lecture communicates the basics of mechanical and biological waste management techniques. It covers those parameters and the corresponding analytics relevant for waste treatment. Another focus is set on the production of energy from waste and the basics of waste management concepts. The legal and economical basics of HOAI rounds off the lecture. During the exercise course the knowledge conveyed during lecture is consolidated using practical examples.
White, P.; Franke, M.; Hindle, P. (2008): Integrated Solid Waste Management: A Lifecycle Inventory. Springer-Verlag GmbH
Rhyner, C.; Schwartz, L.; Wenger, R.; Kohrell, M. (1995): Waste Management and Resource Recovery. CRC Press, Inc.
TeachingDr.-Ing. R. Brunstermann