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Title
: Domestic Water System (DWS)
When
: 21 Feb 2017 - 24 Feb 2017 || Time : 08.00 - 16.00
Category
: Petroleum/Geology

Description

DESCRIPTION:
This course is designed as an effective practical shortcut to understand conventional water treatment technology. Its content and approach are designed to suit participants of different background and position in the company. It will be delivered as a to-the-point explanation by a professional instructor, utilizing an easy-to-understand examples and illustrations, especially the actual cases in Indonesia. Active participation is encouraged through case studies, examples, and an open discussion format.
By attending this course, participants are able to broaden or reshape their knowledge on the related subjects of his or her area of responsibility, learn more detail about many aspects of the nature of water, different properties of raw waters, water and impurities analysis and its interpretation, internal and external treatment processes, conventional water treatment technology, equipment used and its operations, discuss and consult their specific problems they are about to bring to the class, and share experiences with others.

OBJECTIVE:
After completion of this course, participants will understand:
  • What and how important industrial water is,
  • How to treat different intake waters for different purposes,
  • What the core of water treatment technology is,
  • What equipment and chemicals should be used,
  • How each equipment works, and how to evaluate the results of each specialized treatment.

COURSE OUTLINE:

  1. Hydrology cycle, chemistry and properties of water.
  2. Typical characteristics of river, lake and surface waters.
  3. Typical characteristics of well and produced waters.
  4. Analysis and interpretation of TSS, TDS and dissolved gases.
  5. Acidity, alkalinity, salinity, hardness, BOD and COD.
  6. Heavy metals and hazardous chemical contents.
  7. Organics, bacteriological matter and added materials.
  8. Industrial intake water handling, conditioning and pre-treatment.
  9. Treating objectives and roadmap of external processing.
  10. Suspended solids removal methods.
  11. Dissolved solid treatment and dissolved gases removal methods.
  12. Aeration, coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation and filtration.
  13. Chemical treating for control of bacteria and fouling and disinfection.
  14. Safety in conventional industrial water treatment.
  15. Water conservation.
  16. Examples and case studies.

TARGETTED PARTICIPANTS:
Operator, Technician, Field Supervisor, Engineer, Planner

COURSE LEADER
FJM TEAM

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