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Sanitary Engineering

TU Delft (OCW)

Welcome to the Sanitary Engineering course developed by Delft University of Technology OCW. This course will explain the basic principles and design aspects of sanitary engineering infrastructure, including drinking water supply and treatment, sewage and wastewater treatment. The Study Goals of this course include: * Learners will gain insight into technology required for water management and sewage treatment; * Learners will explore principles of sanitary engineering and their applications; * Learners will understand requirements of urban water infrastructure. You can study this course for free using the course materials and study group linked below. Review the materials, watch the videos, explore the topics and connect with your fellow students here on OpenStudy. The OpenStudy platform allows you to ask questions whenever you have them, and get answers from your peers and moderators. As you master the material, you will also answer questions from your peers. You may start studying and interacting anytime – start when you’re ready and end when you’ve met your learning goals. You may also earn a Certificate of Participation from the OpenCourseWare Consortium to recognize your efforts. This Certificate will document (i) your participation in the course, (ii) your progress through the course and (iii) three important skills that employers want to see documented: teamwork, engagement and problem solving skills. Whether you are a high school or college student or working adult looking to advance, this Certificate of Participation can help you get an edge. Getting started is easy: 1. Register for the Certificate below (Cost : $30). 2. Ask and answer questions on each topic in the course study group. You will receive a SmartScore based on these interactions 3. Engage for a minimum of 4 weeks on the OpenStudy study group for this course, and improve your SmartScore by a minimum of 20 points through your active participation in the study groups. You will be then be eligible for the certificate.

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