Summative- Stout’s new Wastewater Treatment Facility

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Summative- Stout’s new Wastewater Treatment Facility

PowerPoint- Toilet to Tap Wastewater Treatment

UPLOAD TO GOOGLE CLASSROOM!!!!!!!

DUE 11/30 or 12/04

ABDULFATTAH FOUND THESE TWO WEBSITES FULL OF INFORMATION!!!

1ST SITE-

https://ocw.tudelft.nl/wp-content/uploads/Micro-and-ultrafiltration-1.pdf

2ND SITE-

What are Microfiltration and Ultrafiltration and How Do They Work?

YOU MAY CREATE AS MANY SLIDES AS YOU LIKE TO CREATE A QUALITY POWER-POINT.

 

 

 

World Health Organization-WHO

WHO- DRINKING WATER AND HEALTH-

http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs391/en/

WHO– ALL TYPES OF THE FILERS INFORMATION

Table 2.7 Major membrane filtration processes used in drinking-water treatment
Type
MICROFILTRATION
(µm) Primary applications Microbes removed
MF 30–50 ≥ 0.1 Removal of particles
and turbidity
Algae, protozoa and
most bacteria

ULTRAFILTRATION

Algae, protozoa, most
bacteria and viruses

NANOFILTRAION
NF
ions (softening) and
dissolved organic
matter
Algae, protozoa, most
bacteria and viruses
REVERSE OSMOSIS
Removal of monovalent
ions (desalination)
Algae, protozoa, most
bacteria and viruses
MF = microfiltration; NF = nanofiltration; RO = reverse osmosis; UF = ultrafiltration

Protozoa- ARE PARASITES

Entamoeba histolytica (a protozoan parasite)

Nanofiltration Virus removal- Microbes are VIRUSES

Samples were concentrated by ultrafiltration and tested for the presence of hepatitis A virus, adenovirus, rotavirus, astrovirus, norovirus and enteroviruses. All viruses, excluding the Enteroviruses were detected through biomolecular testing. Enteroviruses, were isolated on BGM cells and subsequently genotyped at the VP1 region

Bacteria-   Giardia cysts, coli form

algae Chlorella and Scenedesmus quadricuda

Ions-

(removal of calcium and magnesium), removal of some
radionuclides (e.g. radium and barium) and removal of various other
contaminants (e.g. nitrate, arsenate, chromate, selenate and dissolved organic
carbon)

Create a Power Point Presentation!!!!!  

PowerPoint- Toilet to Tap Wastewater Treatment- BASIC POWER-POINT GUIDELINES:

Open a NEW Google slides presentation.
On slide 1
*In the TITLE BOX type : Toilet to Tap Wastewater Treatment
*In the second text box type your: Name, Date, & Hour

3. On slide 2- List the 4 types of Filters you will use
*Give a description in COMPLETE SENTENCES,
(USE WRITING TOOLS), to communicate how
each filter works.
Types of Filters-Microfiltration, Ultrafiltration, Nanofiltration, and
Reverse Osmosis…..ultraviolet radiation & H2O2

4. On slides 3 to 7- Use a COLOR picture for each Substance found on your
“Wastewater Resource Cards” as well as describe the SIZE IN METERS,
ALSO-WHY THE SUBSTANCE MUST BE CLEANED OUT OF
WASTEWATER?
Substances: Water Molecule, Nitrate, E. Coli, Viruses, Hair, Table
Table Salt, Grains of Rice, Carbon Dioxide, Sand, Toilet Paper,
And an Amoeba
5. SLIDES 8, 9, 10, 11-
*Demonstrate HOW WASTEWATER IS CLEANED AND FILTERED
BY EACH TYPE OF FILTER.
(DEMONSTRATE WHICH SUBSTANCES ARE FILTERED OUT AND)
(WHICH SUBSTANCES GO THROUGH THE FILTER)

6. On your FINAL SLIDE-
*Make this slide YOUR SUMMARY- USE WRITING TOOLS
***Respond to the following-
WHAT IS THE MAIN IDEA OF THIS WASTEWATER STUDY?????WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT TO YOU AND OTHERS AROUND THE WORLD???

RESOURCES TO READ FOR HOW EACH FILTER WORKS-

MICRO-FILTRATION- INFORMATION

https://www.lenntech.com/microfiltration-and-ultrafiltration.htm

CLEANING CONTAMINANTS FROM WATER

https://www.aquapurefilters.com/contaminants/108/bacteria.html

ULTRA-FILTRATION-

http://www.filtsep.com/water-and-wastewater/features/pathogen-removal-from-water-technologies-and/

NANOFILTRATION-

http://www.filtsep.com/water-and-wastewater/features/what-is-nanofiltration/

REVERSE OSMOSIS-

The reverse osmosis unit can remove most substances you might expect to find in drinking water including arsenic, chloride and nitrate

From Wastewater to Drinking Water

 

https://www.lenntech.com/nanofiltration-and-rosmosis.htm

 

Summative- Design Stout’s New Wastewater Treatment Facility

7.1.0 – 2 – Drought READING Resource Page

Non-Potable and Potable Water

Non- Potable and Potable Water

Filters Used to Clean Toilet to Tap Water

Toilet to Tap Filtration Parts

MONOVALENT IONS-

removal of arsenic

http://www.daicowater.com/nanofiltration.html

Video Winnipeg Wastewater Treatment

Toilet To Tap Video

Cart Sort- Substances in Wastewater

PowerPoint- Toilet to Tap Wastewater Treatment

DUE 11/16 OR 11/17

Nanofiltration Virus removal- Microbes are VIRUSES

Samples were concentrated by ultrafiltration and tested for the presence of hepatitis A virus, adenovirus, rotavirus, astrovirus, norovirus and enteroviruses. All viruses, excluding the Enteroviruses were detected through biomolecular testing. Enteroviruses, were isolated on BGM cells and subsequently genotyped at the VP1 region

Bacteria-   Giardia cysts, coli form

 

algae Chlorella and Scenedesmus quadricuda

Ions-

(removal of calcium and magnesium), removal of some
radionuclides (e.g. radium and barium) and removal of various other
contaminants (e.g. nitrate, arsenate, chromate, selenate and dissolved organic
carbon)

 

Wastewater Substances from Largest Size Particle to Smallest Size Particle

Wastewater Substances Sizes in Meters

7.1.0 – 3 -Pictures Substances in Wastewater Resource Cards

Card Sort -Substances in Wastewater

AMOEBA=  3.5 X 10^-4

SUMMATIVE ESSAY- FLASHLIGHT DESIGN: DUE 10/27 OR 10/31

CONCLUSION- 3RD PARAGRAPH DIRECTIONS

FLASHLIGHT CONCLUSION (1)

3rd paragraph- Conclusion

Respond to the following-

NO-“it”, “they”, “and”

You may write about your opinions- ***USE WRITING TOOLS FOR SENTENCE STARTERS*****
DO NOT REPEATEDLY BEGIN SENTENCES WITH “I”-

DESCRIBE SOME STRENGTHS AS WELL AS IMPROVEMENTS YOUR ENGINEERING GROUP COULD MAKE AS A TEAM TO WORK PRODUCTIVELY.

3-STRENGTHS…SEPARATE SENTENCES
3-IMPROVEMENTS…SEPARATE SENTENCES

 

directions have been provided  (10/24/17)

DUE DATE CHANGE:  10/27 OR 10/31-  THERE ARE LIMITED DAYS FOR THE USE OF LAPTOPS FOR US TO TYPE

SUMMATIVE FLASHLIGHT ESSAY-

DUE 10/27 or 10/31

DIRECTIONS- USE LINKS BELOW

SUMMATIVE FLASHLIGHT ESSAY DIRECTIONS

IDEAS TO MAKE PARTS FOR CLIENT’S NEEDS

TASK EXPECTATIONS

PRE- SUMMATIVE ESSAY VOCABULARY- DUE 10/20 OR 10/23

DUE DATE CHANGE:  10/19 OR 10/20

TYPE ON GOOGLE DOCS!!!!!  THEN UPLOAD TO GOOGLE CLASSROOM

SUMMATIVE-  UPLOAD TO GOOGLE CLASSROOM

DUE- WEDNESDAY 10/20 OR THURSDAY 10/23

PRE- ESSAY VOCABULARY  -LINK TO VOCABULARY WORDS

ADD 2 MORE WORDS:  CONDUCTOR & INSULATOR

EACH CLASS CONTRIBUTED EXAMPLES-  I WROTE AS STUDENTS OFFERED INFORMATION-

STUDENT LEAD EXAMPLE 1

STUDENT EXAMPLE 2

STUDENT EXAMPLE 3

STUDENT EXAMPLE 4

 

 

 

 

Summative Task- Building A Flashlight

DUE DATE CHANGE TO-  MONDAY, 10/16, TUESDAY, 10/17, OR WEDNESDAY 10/18   ANY OF THE DAYS ARE ACCEPTABLE.

IN-CLASS TIME FOR BUILDING A FLASHLIGHT-SUMMATIVE GRADE

TUESDAY, 10/10, WEDNESDAY, 10/11, THURSDAY, 10/12

STUDENT IDEA TO CREATE CLIENT’S NEEDS-

IDEAS TO MAKE PARTS FOR CLIENT’S NEEDS

10/9/2017-CIRCUIT BASICS TO BUILD A FLASHLIGHT- CONCEPT MAP

COMPLETED FRIDAY, 10/6/2017

CIRCUIT BASICS

DUE DATE- UNDETERMINED AT THIS TIME, WILL BE BASED ON TIMELINE THAT BEST SUITS STUDENTS.  I WILL UPDATE AS WE PROGRESS TO DETERMINE A FINAL DATE

STUDENT DIRECTIONS FOR SUMMATIVE TASK-

BUILDING A FLASHLIGHT STUDENT DIRECTIONS-

TASK EXPECTATIONS RUBRIC-

TASK EXPECTATIONS

 

VIDEO RESOURCES-

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpdOgf7i5XgSimilar