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Course on Clean Energy Production from Wastewater Treatment Plants @ NIT Warangal [Dec 3-14] : Registrations Open

About the Course

The course mainly focuses on clean energy production from wastewater treatment plants. The course is organized in terms of the lectures and tutorials covering fundamentals and advances of trends in converting sewage sludge into energy, Thermal oxidation of biosolids to produce energy, Anaerobic digestion of biosolids to produce heat in combined heat and power (CHP) systems, e.t.c.

This course is organized in the form of lectures, tutorial / practical sessions all spread over 10 days. Course participants will learn these topics through lectures, tutorials and assignments. A graded examination will be conducted on the last day of the course.

Objectives

On completion of the training, participants will be able to:
(i) acquire knowledge on bioenergy production from waste water
(ii) get exposed to anaerobic digestion for waste minimization
(iii) know the role of microbial fuel cells for energy production from waste water
(iv) expose the technique of drying of biosolids
(v) compare with other renewable sources of waste to produce energy.

Eligibility
  • ┬áStudents of B.Tech or M.Tech or Ph.D in Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology, computer science, civil engineering and Mechanical Engineering.
  • Students of M.Sc. in Biotechnology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Botany, Zoology, Chemistry.
  • Students of B.Pharmacy or M.Pharmacy.
  • Faculty members at any academic or technical institution/Industry Professional engaged in Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology, computer science, civil engineering and Mechanical Engineering and other applied areas.
Fees

Industry/ Research Organizations: Rs. 8,000/-
Faculty: Rs. 4,000/-
Students & Research Scholars:
Without award of Grade: Rs. 1,000/-
With award of Grade: Rs. 2,000/

Contact

Phone: +91-9491824392
E-mail: psetty@nitw.ac.in

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