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EV7002 RESOURCE AND ENERGY RECOVERY FROM WASTE Syllabus | Anna University Regulation 2013 ME Environmental Engineering First Year Second Semester Syllabus

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EV7002 RESOURCE AND ENERGY RECOVERY FROM WASTE Syllabus | Anna University Regulation 2013 ME Environmental Engineering First Year Second Semester Syllabus.  Below is the Anna University 2013 Regulation Syllabus for 2nd Semester for ME Environmental Engineering, Textbooks, Reference books, Exam portions, Question Bank, Previous year question papers, Model question papers, Class notes, Important 2 marks, 8 marks, 16 marks topics.
It is applicable for all students admitted in the Academic year 2013-2014 onwards for all its Affiliated institutions in Tamil Nadu.



 To understand the principles and design of recovering materials and energy from wastes through mechanical, biological and thermal methods and manage the undesirable by-products

UNIT I MECHANICAL PROCESSING FOR MATERIAL RECYCLING 10 Resource recovery for a sustainable development- Material and energy flow management and analysis - Systems and processes for reduction, reuse and recycling -Objectives of Waste Processing-Source Segregation and Hand Sorting-Waste Storage and Conveyance – Shredding – Pulping - Size Separation by Screens- Density Separation by Air Classification –magnetic and electromechanical separation processes- Design Criteria and Equipment selection 

UNIT II BIOLOGICAL PROCESSING FOR RESOURCE RECOVERY 10 Mechanisms of Biological Processing – Aerobic Processing of Organic fraction - Composting methods and processes- factors affecting- Design of Windrow Composting Systems- In Vessel Composting- Compost Quality Control- Vermiculture: definition, scope and importance - common species for culture - Environmental requirements - culture methods- Applications of vermiculture- Potentials and constraints for composting in India-Largescale and decentralized plants. 

UNIT III BIO-CHEMICAL CONVERSION OF WASTE TO ENERGY 9 Principles and Design of Anaerobic Digesters – Process characterization and control- The biochemistry and microbiology of anaerobic treatment - Toxic substances in anaerobic treatment - Methane generation by Anaerobic Digestion- Anaerobic reactor technologies - Commercial anaerobic Technologies- Single stage and multistage digesters- Digester design and performance-Gas collection systems-Methane Generation and Recovery in Landfills – Biofuels from Biomass 

UNIT IV THERMO-CHEMICAL CONVERSION OF WASTE TO ENERGY 8 Principles and Design of Energy Recovery Facilities -Types and principles of energy conversion processes - Incinerator design - Mass Burn and RDF Systems- Composition and calorific value of fuels and waste, Determination of the stoichiometric air consumption, Calculation of the flue gas composition - grate firing designs, boiler design, removal of bottom ash, heat recovery- Emission Controls – flue gas cleaning, de-dusting, flue gas scrubbers, DeNOx processes, dioxins and furans - Alternative thermal processes: co-incineration, pyrolysis, gasification, plasma arc - Process characterization and control- waste heat recovery- Bottom ash: Quantity, quality, treatment, utilization, disposal- Facility design- decentralized mobile plants- Planning and construction of incineration plants

UNIT V CASE STUDIES ON WASTE RECYCLING 8 Recycling technologies for paper, glass, metal, plastic – Used Lead Acid Battery Recycling –End of Life Vehicle Recycling – Electronic Waste Recycling – Waste Oil Recycling – Solvent Recovery - Drivers and barriers for material recycling: social, legal and economic factors - Environmental impacts of waste recycling - Design for the environment: the life cycle approach 

On Completion of the Course, the Candidate should:
 Understand the fundamental principles of existing and emerging technologies for the treatment of waste and recovery of materials and energy from waste;
 Appreciate the increasing importance of waste and resource management in achieving environmental sustainability.
Be able to analyse and describe the potential of solid waste as a secondary raw material, and the associated problems and possibilities in a sustainable society. 

1 Aarne Veslind and Alan E Rimer (1981), “ Unit operations in Resource Recovery Engineering “, Prentice Hall Inc., London
2 Manser A G R, Keeling A A (1996). Practical handbook of processing and recycling on municipal waste. Pub CRC Lewis London, ISBN 1-56670-164
3 Chiumenti, Chiumenti, Diaz, Savage, Eggerth, and Goldstein , Modern Composting Technologies , JG Press October 2005
4 Charles R Rhyner (1995),Waste Management and Resource Recovery, Lewis Publishers

5 Gary C. Young (2010)Municipal Solid Waste to Energy Conversion Processes: Economic, Technical, and Renewable Comparisons , John Wiley & Sons

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