Course syllabus ZRK - Oil Contamination Removal (FA - WS 2020/2021)


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Course code:
ZRK
Course title in Czech:
Oil Contamination Removal
Course title in English:
Oil Contamination Removal
Semester:
WS 2020/2021
Mode of completion and number of credits: Exam (4 credits)
Mode of delivery and timetabled classes:
full-time, 2/1 (hours of lectures per week / hours of seminars per week)
Level of course: bachelor; master; master continuing
Course type: optional
Type of delivery:
usual
Mode of delivery for our mobility students abroad:
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Language of instruction: Czech
Course supervisor:
doc. Mgr. Milan Geršl, Ph.D.
Course supervising department:
Department of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Engineering (FA)
Faculty:
Teachers:
doc. Mgr. Milan Geršl, Ph.D. (examiner, instructor, lecturer, supervisor)
Prerequisites:
none
 
Timetable in this semester:
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Aim of the course and learning outcomes:
The aim of the course is to get information not only about methods of environmental protection from contamination by oil products and about precautions of manufacturers and users of devices using or distributing oil products but also about methods and appliances of removal the causes of oil accidents. Gaining of knowledge in redevelopment processes of not only old ecological loads but also current accidents provides a choice of optimal redevelopment processes and innovation technologies, which can to a great degree, influence the process of redevelopment, lower the financial level and greatly limit the time exposure of negative elements on single parts of the environment.
 
Course content:
1.
Fundamental terms, Oil, Production, Classification, Basic Characteristics (allowance 2/1)
 
a.a) Fundamental terms
b.
b) Content of Oil
c.c) Oil production and its processing
d.
d) Oil processing to the fuel, Petrochemical Use

2.
Characteristics and behaviour oil substances in environment (allowance 2/1)
 
a.a) Basic Classification of oil products
b.
b) Maximal dissolubility of oil products in water
c.
c) Maximal dissolubility of hydrocarbons in water
d.d) Dissolubility of hydrocarbons mixture in water

3.
Technology of unsaturated zone treatment and solid materials -- technology in situ (allowance 2/1)
 
a.a) Biological methods
b.
b) Bioventing a co-metabolic bioventing
c.
c) Supported bioremediation
d.
d) Phyto-remediation a rhizo-remediation

4.
Technology of unsaturated zone treatment and solid materials -- technology in situ (allowance 2/1)
 
a.
a) Physical and chemical methods
b.
b) Chemical oxidation
c.
c) Electrokinetic decontamination
d.
d) Disturbance of structure, fissure
e.
e) Soil Elution

5.
Technology of unsaturated zone treatment and solid materials -- technology in situ (allowance 2/1)
 
a.
a) Venting
b.
b) Solidification a stabilization
c.c) Vitrification
d.d) Methods of heat treatment and support

6.
Technology of unsaturated zone treatment and solid materials -- technology ex situ (allowance 2/1)
 
a.
a) Biological methods
b.
b) Composting

7.
Technology of unsaturated zone treatment and solid materials -- technology ex situ (allowance 2/1)
 
a.
a) Biological methods
b.
b) Bio-stabilization a bio-immobilization
c.
c) Land-farming, biological suspension systems

8.
Technology of unsaturated zone treatment and solid materials -- technology ex situ (allowance 2/1)
 
a.a) Chemical and physical methods
b.b) Chemical extraction, oxidation/reduction
c.
c) Dehalogenation

9.Technology of unsaturated zone treatment and solid materials -- technology ex situ (allowance 2/1)
 
a.a) Soil and Solid materials Elution
b.
b) Solidification a stabilization
c.c) Combustion and thermal desorption

10.
Technology of underground and flow water treatment (allowance 2/1)
 
a.
a) Technology in situ
b.
b) Biological methods
c.c) Supported bioremediation, bio-sparging, bio-slurping

11.Technology of filtering of underground and leaked waters (allowance 2/1)
 
a.
a) Chemical and physical methods
b.
b) Air sparging
c.
c) Chemical oxidation

12.
Technology of filtering of underground and leaked waters (allowance 2/1)
 
a.
a) Ex situ technology
b.
b) Biotechnological methods, bioreactors, unnatural wetlands
c.
c) Chemical and physical methods, air stripping, adsorption and absorption, chemical oxidation, redevelopmental drainage, contraction, coagulation, flocculation and flotation

13.
Technology of filtering the soil and air nests (allowance 2/1)
 
a.a) Biological methods -- bio-filtration, bioscruber
b.b) Chemical and physical methods -- washing, membrane separation, oxidation, high energetically destruction

14.
Nanotechnology for redevelopment and old ecological load (allowance 2/1)
 
a.
a) Principals of nanotechnologies in environment
b.b) Innovation technology
c.
c) Economics of redevelopment technologies

Learning activities and teaching methods:
Type of teaching method
Daily attendance
lecture
28 h
practice
2 h
seminar
2 h
laboratory work
2 h
field work
8 h
preparation for exam30 h
preparation for regular assessment
6 h
preparation for regular testing
5 h
preparation of presentation
10 h
elaboration of reports
9 h
writing of seminar paper10 h
Total
112 h
 
Assessment methods:
Credit is done by creation of PowerPoint presentation and defence of the case studies on chosen theme in the thematic range of redevelopment technologies. The credit will be given on the minimal attendance at the course seminars including at least 75 %. VWritten form of examination includes defence of the written form and the chosen theme from the thematic range. The written part includes 5 questions. Student must answer at least 75 % each. The student must demonstrate min. knowledge of 80 % of the information that was given in lectures and exercises.
 
Assessment criteria ratio:
Requirement type
Daily attendance
Total
0 %
 
Recomended reading and other learning resources:
Basic:
JUNGA, P. -- VÍTĚZ, T. -- VÍTĚZOVÁ, M. -- GERŠL, M. Technika pro zpracování odpadů II. 1st ed. Brno: Mendelova univerzita v Brně, 2015. 154 p. ISBN 978-80-7509-208-3.
BURKHARD, J. -- HALOUSKOVÁ, O. Sanační technologie: sborník konference :. 1st ed. Praha: Vydavatelství VŠCHT :, 2001. 121 p. ISBN 80-7080-424-6.
ČERNÍK, M. et al. Chemicky podporované in situ sanační technologie. 1st ed. Praha: Vysoká škola chemicko-technologická v Praze ve spolupráci s Technickou univerzitou v Liberci, 2010. 356 p. ISBN 978-80-7080-767-5.
MATĚJŮ, V. Kompendium sanačních technologií. 1st ed. Chrudim: Vodní zdroje Ekomonitor, 2006. 255 p. ISBN 80-86832-15-5.
Sanační technologie X. 1st ed. Vodní zdroje EKOMONITOR, 2007. ISBN 978-80-86832-26-5.
WIENS, J. Oil in the Environment: Legacies and Lessons of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. Canbridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. ISBN 978-1-107-61469-7. URL: http://www.cambridge.org/9781107027176
HORÁK, J. -- LINHART, I. -- KLUSOŇ, P. Úvod do toxikologie a ekologie pro chemiky. 1st ed. Praha: Vysoká škola chemicko-technologická, 2007. 188 p. ISBN 978-80-7080-548-0.
SINGH, A. -- WARD, O P. Biodegradation and bioremediation. Berlin: Springer, 2004. 309 p. Soil biology. ISBN 3-540-21101-2.

Recommended:
COOKSON , J T. Bioremediation Engineering Design and Application. New York: McGraw-Hill, Inc., 1995.
DVOŘÁK, J. Ekologické havárie a dekontaminace znečistění. Vyškov : -, 1997.
SCHOBERT, H. Chemistry of Fossil Fuels and Biofuels. 1st ed. Cambridge: Cambridge Univeristy Press, 2013. ISBN 978-0-521-11400-4.
WOLF , J. Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. -: Wiley-VCH Vela-GmbH £ Co, 2002.
ROSILLO-CALLE, F. -- GROOT, P D. et al. The biomass assessment handbook : bioenergy for a sustainable environment. London [u.a.]: Earthscan, 2007. 269 p. ISBN 978-1-84407-285-9.

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Teaching place:
Brno


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