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Course Name
Turkish Hava Kirlenmesi Kont.Sist.Tas.
English Design of Air Pollution control Systems
Course Code
CEV 443 Credit Lecture
Semester 7
3 2 - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Kadir Alp
Course Objectives The course objectives are to develop a basic understanding of the
1. unit operations in air pollution control,
2. air pollution emission standards and legal implementations for different pollution sources,
3. air pollution control applications and best available technologies for different pollution sources,
4. design of air pollution control systems for different pollution sources.
Course Description General principles, operations and processes in air pollution control: Precipitation, Centrifuge, Filtration, Electrostatic Adsorption, Absorption, Thermal Combustion, Chemical Oxidation, Catalytic Oxidation, Pyrolysis. Emission Standards. Combustion emissions control and treatment, legal implementations, best available technologies. Industrial air pollution control, legal implementations and best available treatment technologies for important industries. Mobile emissions control, control at source, legal implementations, and practices on catalytic convertors.
Course Outcomes Students who are successfully finish this course will:
I. Have a background information on the general applications of air pollution control and treatment technologies;
II. Understand the source-based pollution control and learn the best available technologies for the treatment;
III. Determine the appropriate control system or strategy and design a control system for emission reductions in a source;
IV. Understand the legal aspects of air pollution and its control and corresponding legal practices.
Pre-requisite(s) Air Poll
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