环境工学专业


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环境工学专业

院系介绍

环境工程学主要研究地球内的自然、生命和人类,是以基础自然科学为基础,用新的角度解析环境现象,用工程学观点系统化关于保护环境、预防和处理等原有工程学领域的尖端综合学科。本系为培养环境全球化时代需求的环境技术 (ET)领域的专业人才,成立防治大气污染技术、防治水污染、废弃物处理及资源化、亲环境能源开发及环境毒性学等各领域的研究团队, 教育目标是培养新环境专业人才,开发下一代的环境技术。

院系特征

运营环境和能源协调发展的特性化项目

联络处

Department of Environmental Engineering Kongju National University , Cheonan Campus275 Budae-dong Cheonan-si Chungnam-do 330-717, Korea
  • 电话: +82-41-521-9420
  • 传真: +82-41-552-0380
  • E-mail: hak432@kongju.ac.kr
  • 网址: http://www2.kongju.ac.kr/evr/ (in Korean)
教授介绍

李昌勇
Professor
Environmental Catalyst, Harmful Gasses Control
+82-41-521-9421
cylee@kongju.ac.kr
金東旭
Associate Professor
Water and wastewater treatment, sludge treatment, Bio-energy engineering
+82-41-521-9422
dwkim@kongju.ac.kr
吳世千
Associate Professor
Alternative Waste Processing Technologies
+82-41-521-9423
ohsec@kongju.ac.kr
李相旻
Assistant Professor
Environmental Toxicology, Water Engineering
+82-41-521-9424
ohsec@kongju.ac.kr
李宗原
Assistant Professor
DeNOx Catalysts and the Regeneration of SCR Catalysts, CO2 Recovery by Adsorption, Heterogeneous Catalysts for Biodiesel
+82-41-521-9425
maruhill@kongju.ac.kr


教科课程

Spring Semester

Environmental System Design (3 Credits)
This course is intended to develop understanding and ability to analyze and design a variety of environmental systems. For the purpose, students learn basic knowledge and principles on many environmental systems. Basic principles and related theories will be covered during the course. Finally, students will try to design various conventional systems using obtained knowledge. In addition, students learn how to calculate and determine necessary variables while designing many environmental systems.
Chemical Reaction Engineering (3 Credits)
This course provides basic concepts of reaction rates, stoichiometry and equilibrium to students. In particular, the course focuses on reaction mechanisms and equilibrium, design of chemical reactors for synthesis of special products, and mass and energy balances. Various topics including batch, plug flow and well-stirred reactors, calculation of conversion yields during a process, designing a reactor for a specific purpose is covered.
Organic Chemistry for Environmental Engineering (3 Credits)
This course provides the basic principles on understanding the structure and reactivity of organic substances to students. For that purpose, numerous organic substances are grouped into certain categories according to their functional group. Students will understand why organic chemicals react in a certain direction and how organic chemical groups have common characteristics.
Numeric Analysis (3 Credits)
This course covers Gauss elimination, Cholesky decomposition, data fitting, nonlinear least squares problems, simplex methods, decomposition of matrices, Jacobi and Seidel iterations, relaxation methods, finite differences, and introduces Matlab basic for numeric analysis.
Environmental Toxicology (3 Credits)
The course concerns the study of adverse reactions to chemical substances and includes toxicology in drug evaluation, systemic toxicology, and environmental toxicology. The toxicology of household products, medicine, agricultural pollutants, environmental pollutants, and industrial toxic substances are also discussed.
Soil Pollution (3 Credits)
This course focuses on the following topics which are related to the basic theory of soil mechanics such as physical and chemical properties of soil and include thermal, physical, chemical and biological remediation technology for polluted soil.
Introduction to Environmental Engineering (3 Credits)
This course offers a fresh, forward-looking approach to undergraduate environmental education, focused on the critical role engineers play in solving environmental problems.
Solid Waste Treatment (3 Credits)
This course is aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate students undertaking courses in environmental engineering with a component of waste treatment and disposal.
Resource Recycling (3 Credits)
This course introduces a variety of resource recycling technologies geared toward economical and safe reduction of both hazardous and non-hazardous wastes.
Hydrogen Energy (3 Credits)
Basic Design for Environmental Engineering (3 Credits)
Physical Chemistry I (3 Credits)
Particulate Matter Control Engineering (3 Credits)
Indoor Air Quality Control (3 Credits)
Biological Water and Wastewater Treatment (3 Credits)
Biological treatment principles about organics, nitrogen and phosphorus removal are studied and the design of wastewater treatment process, operations and trouble shooting methods are investigated based on the understanding of biological reactor fundamentals, treatment efficiency according to the reactor operating mode.
Physical and Chemical Wastewater Treatment (3 Credits)
This course studies the theories and design of physico-chemical wastewater treatment processes such as filtration, sedimentation, coagulation, precipitation, adsorption, ion exchange, disinfection.
Water Analysis Lab. (3 Credits)
This laboratory course covers experiments for biological and physico-chemical treatment methodologies to acquire the theories and experiences in practical application for water and wastewater treatment processes.
Bioprocess Engineering (3 Credits)
The course studies the application of engineering principles to design, develop, and analyze processes using biocatalysts. There is an introduction of basic biological concepts in the fields of microbiology, biochemistry, and engineering principles for bioprocesses for the mass production of cells.

Fall Semester

Fluid Dynamics (3 Credits)
The course introduces fluid mechanics and establishes its relevance with environmental engineering. Students learn how to develop and apply fundamental principles to a variety of environmental systems when one or more fluid phase is included. In addition, a lot of mathematical techniques learnt previously are used to calculate and solve many differential equations, related with fluid mechanics. This course also demonstrates how this knowledge can be used for designing many environmental systems.
Energy Engineering (3 Credits)
The purpose of this course is to provide fundamentals in the fields of conventional and renewable energy systems and technologies. A strong emphasis is placed on dealing with energy engineering tasks due to limited fossil energy resources and environmental and economic issues. In addition, various renewable energy systems developed so far are covered to evaluate if they can solve conventional problems and replace fossil fuel energy. Students develop the ability to analyze and understand a variety of energy systems.
Instrumental Analysis for Environmental Engineering (3 Credits)
This course is aimed at providing practical experiences using modern analytical instrumentation and background principles. During the course, students are guided to learn how the instrument actually makes the measurement and some of the techniques used to increase accuracy, precision and sensitivity. In addition, students learn how to interpret obtained data and evaluate its quality (accuracy and reliability), and how to determine if the data was recorded properly for specific analysis purposes.
Chemical Process Principles (3 Credits)
This course deals with various engineering units and its conversion training. Basic mass balance topics for mixing, chemical reaction and biological reactions are introduced.
Environmental Microbiology (3 Credits)
This is an introductory microbiology course for those students who are not majoring in biological sciences. The lectures cover a survey of microorganisms and their activities; structure and function of microorganisms; ecology, nutrition, physiology and genetics; aspects of applied microbiology, including genetic engineering, disease, immunity, and chemotherapy.
Environmental Risk Assessment (3 Credits)
The course concerns the various studies of approach technology for protecting human health through the control, mitigation and elimination of environmental health hazards. In addition risk assessment models have been introduced for toxic exposure to human beings.
Environmental Physical Chemistry II (3 Credits)
This course seeks to account for the properties of matter in terms of fundamental concepts such as atoms, electrons, and energy.
Combustion (3 Credits)
Combustion is the chemical term for a process known more commonly as burning. This course introduces the elements of combustion theory and technologies.
Analytical Chemistry Lab. for Environmental Engineering (3 Credits)
Waste Gas Control Engineering (3 Credits)
Air Pollution Analysis Lab. (3 Credits)
Environmental Chemistry (3 Credits)
Principles of chemistry involved in water, air and soil pollution and treatment processes are studied. Aspects of chemical reactions related to environmental problems are included.
Environmental Policy (3 Credits)
This course covers the environmental policy of Korea and the current Environmental Preservation Law and its enforcement ordinances, enforcement regulations and related laws.