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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES

Civil and Environmental Engineering Department


CEE 153 Introduction to Environmental Engineering Science
Fall Quarter 2015
T-Th 2-4 PM
Franz 1178

Prof. K. D. Stolzenbach
5732J Boelter Hall, 206-7624
stolzenb@ucla.edu

Course Information
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Text:

Masters, G. M., and W.P. Ela, Introduction to Environmental Engineering


and Science, Third Edition, Prentice Hall, 2008. Also available from
CourseSmart at http://www.coursesmart.com/9780136048664. The text is
on reserve in the Science and Engineering Library.

Lectures:

The material for which you are responsible is defined by the content and
scope of the lectures and class discussions. If it is written on the
blackboard, you should know it. You will not be required to be familiar
with subjects in the text that are not covered in the lectures. Copies of all
handouts are available on the class web site.

Homework:

Homework assignments will be given on approximately a weekly basis and


will be due on the date indicated. Homework will be corrected and
returned with solutions as soon as possible. Your homework grade will be
the percentage of problems attempted with reasonable effort and handed in
on time.

Discussion
Sections and
Office Hours:

Attendance at discussion sections is optional and you may attend any


section you wish each week. Prof. Stolzenbachs office hours are 11:0012:00 on Tuesday, but you may also make an appointment or drop by. The
time and location of the TA office hours will be scheduled later.

Teaching
Assistants:

The TAs for this course are Maryam Ghajar (maryamghajar@ucla.edu)


and Haiwen Gao (haiweng92@ucla.edu).

Facebook:

A Facebook group called CEE 153 has been established for posts relating
to the class, including homework problems. Membership is optional. To
become a member go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/CEE1532014/
and make a request to join.

Web Site:

Powerpoint presentations, problem sets and solutions and other material


will be posted on the class web site, which may be accessed at
https://my.engineering.ucla.edu/. All enrolled students should be able to
access this web page.

Exams:

There will be one mid-term exam (two hours) and a final exam (three
hours). All exams are closed book except for a summary sheet (any size,
both sides). You may bring the summary sheet from the midterm to the
final. Please bring your own exam books or paper. The
Science/Engineering exam books are preferred but not required.

Grades:

There is no strict formula, but the weighting will be approximately: Final


exam - 50%; Mid-term exam 30%; Homework - 20%.

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES


Civil and Environmental Engineering Department
CEE 153 Introduction to Environmental Engineering Science
Fall Quarter 2015
T-Th 2-4 PM
Franz 1178

Prof. K. D. Stolzenbach
5732J Boelter Hall, 206-7624
stolzenb@ucla.edu

Course Schedule
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Lecture No.

Date

Topic

Reading in Text

Sept. 24

Introduction; case studies

Sept. 29

Units of measurement; mass conservation

1.1-1.3

Oct. 1

Mass transport and reaction

2.1-2.2

Oct. 6

Water supply

5.1-5.2

Oct. 8

Water quality: pollutant sources and effects

5.3-5.4

Oct. 13

Water treatment

6.1-6.4

Oct. 15

Wastewater treatment

6.5

Oct. 20

Surface water quality

5.5-5.7

Oct. 22

Groundwater flow

5.8-5.11

10

Oct. 27

Groundwater quality

5.12; 5.15-5.17

11

Oct. 29

Solid waste

Chapter 9

12

Nov. 3

Hazardous waste

6.6-6.9

Nov. 5

MIDTERM EXAM

13

Nov. 10

Radiation and radioactive waste

2.6

14

Nov. 12

Risk assessment

Chapter 4

15

Nov. 17

Air pollution: sources and effects

7.1-7.7

16

Nov. 19

Atmospheric dispersion

7.10-7.11

17

Nov. 24

Indoor air quality

7.12

Nov. 26

THANKSGIVING

18

Dec. 1

Global environmental problems

19

Dec. 3

Mortality; irreversible change; social issues

Dec. 10

FINAL EXAM 11:30 am 2:30 pm

Chapter 8