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STUDENT INDUSTRIAL WORK EXPERIENCE SCHEME

(SIWES)
PRESENTATION
BASED ON INDUSTRIAL TRAINING AT
KADUNA NORTH WATER WORKS
KADUNA STATE WATER BOARD (KSWB)
BY
MUHAMMAD MISBAHU
(U11CE1112)
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING,
AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY ZARIA.

APRIL,2016

OUTLINE
Introduction
Overview

of work experience

Units

of the kaduna north water treatment plant


Water treatment processes
Quality control

Correlation between work experience to theory

Relevance

of experience to further academic work


Professional knowledge and competencies gained
Conclusion

INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

The new water treatment plant was commissioned by


Major General Domkat Y. Bali on 24th April, 1987

Source of water is river kaduna


The capacity of the plant is 150million liters per
day
There are six(6) pumps with capacity of 50million
liters per day, 75 million, and 85 million per day.
The kaduna north water works have two booster
station which include kamazo and tudun-wada.

OVERVIEW OF
WORK EXPERIENCE

UNITS OF THE KADUNA NORTH WATER


TREATMENT PLANT
Administrative
Maintenance

unit

unit

Production

unit

Laboratory

unit

WATER TREATMENT
Water Treatment is the removal of contaminant from raw water to
produce water that is pure enough for the most critical of its intended
uses, usually for human consumption
Water

treatment processes

Screening
Abstraction
Aeration
Coagulation
Flocculation
Sedimentation/clarification
Filtration
Disinfection
Storage

QUALITY CONTROL IN WATER


TREATMENT PLANT
Turbidity
pH

measurement

Chlorine
Jar

measurement

test

residual test

.
Raw water screening
From river
kaduna

FILTER
GALLERY

RESERVIOUR

lime

alum

WATER TREATMENT FLOW DIAGRAM

SCREENING

LOW LIFT PUMP

AERATION

MIXING CHAMBER

CLARIFICATION

FILTRATION

FILTER GALLERIES

HIGH LIFT PUMP

CORRELATION BETWEEN
WORK EXPERIENCE AND
THEORY

CORRELATION BETWEEN WORK


EXPERIENCE AND THEORY

Unit Operations

Mass transfer

Management

Technical report writing

Environmental health

Basic chemistry

UNITS OPERATION

Pumping

Mixing

Sedimentation

Filtration

RELEVANCE TO FURTHER
ACADEMIC WORK

RELEVANCE TO FURTHER ACADEMIC


WORK

Process safety and loss prevention

Water treatment is important for virtually all


Chemical process industries, i.e in industries
were boilers, heat exchangers are used etc.

Waste management, environmental pollution


and control

PROFESSIONAL
KNOWLEDGE AND
COMPETENCIES GAINED

PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND


COMPETENCIES GAINED

problem solving skills

Group

work and managerial skills

Proper
System

work habits
softwares: MS powerpoint, MS Excel

Application

of basic engineering and chemical


engineering principles to understanding plant
operations.

CONCLUSION

CONCLUSION

Improvement of report writing and presentation


skills

Acquisition of managerial skills

Practical experience on basic chemical engineering


principles such as unit operations (sedimentation,
filtration, etc.), transport phenomena (fluid flow),
etc.

Importance of process safety.

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