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ENVE 310: Intro Environmental Enginrng
Principles and applications of engineering processes for air and water pollution control. Topics include environmental resource management and methods for environmental quality control including identification of pollution sources, effects, and controls.
Professors: Kenneth E. Noll
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ENVE 310: Introduction to Environmental Engineering
Principles and applications of engineering processes for air and water pollution control. Topics include environmental resource management and methods for environmental quality control including identification of pollution sources, effects, and controls.
Professors: Kenneth E. Noll
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ENVE 404: Water & Wastewater Engrg
Principles and applications of physical, chemical, and biological processes for water and waste purification. Design of engineering treatment systems to meet water quality and effluent standards.
Professors: Krishna Pagilla; Paul R. Anderson
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ENVE 404: Water and Wastewater Engineering
Principles and applications of physical, chemical, and biological processes for water and waste purification. Design of engineering treatment systems to meet water quality and effluent standards.
Professors: Krishna Pagilla
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ENVE 426: Statistical Tools for Engineers
Descriptive statistics and graphs, probability distributions, random sampling, independence, significance tests, design of experiments, regression, time series analysis, statistical process control, and introduction to multivariate analysis.
Professors: Demetrios J. Moschandreas; Paul R. Anderson
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ENVE 426: Statiscal Tools Engrs
Descriptive statistics and graphs, probability distributions, random sampling, independence, significance tests, design of experiments, regression, time series analysis, statistical process control, and introduction to multivariate analysis.
Professors: Demetrios J. Moschandreas
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ENVE 463: Introduction to Air Pollution Control
Air pollution sources and characteristics of source emissions, atmospheric reactions, effects of pollutants, and techniques of emission control; legal and administrative aspects of air pollution control.
Professors: Demetrios J. Moschandreas; Kenneth E. Noll; William J. Franek
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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ENVE 485: Industrial Ecology
Industrial Ecology is the study of how to manage human activity on a sustainable basis. It is an interdisciplinary field involving technology (sciences and engineering), public policy and regulatory issues, and business administration. The overall goal of this course is to promot...
Professors: Paul R. Anderson
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ENVE 485: Pollution Prevention
Industrial Ecology is the study of how to manage human activity on a sustainable basis. It is an interdisciplinary field involving technology (sciences and engineering), public policy and regulatory issues, and business administration. The overall goal of this course is to promot...
Professors: John P. Kusz; Paul R. Anderson
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ENVE 501: Environmental Chemistry
Chemical processes in environmental systems, with an emphasis on equilibrium conditions in aquatic systems. The types of processes examined include acid-base, dissolution-precipitation, air-water exchange and oxidation-reduction reactions. Methods presented for describing chemica...
Professors: Paul R. Anderson
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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