University College London
University College London
The course has a selection of practical experiments and challenges across a range of departmental disciplines. Water purification through filtration process, widely used for water treatment; seepage of water through soil dams and its consequences; wave mechanisms related to coastal engineering and the response of structures to dynamic loads. at University College London

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Engineering and Quality of Life

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Event Summary:

The course has a selection of practical experiments and challenges across a range of departmental disciplines. Water purification through filtration process, widely used for water treatment; seepage of water through soil dams and its consequences; wave mechanisms related to coastal engineering and the response of structures to dynamic loads.

Full Event Details:

The course has a selection of practical experiments and challenges across a range of departmental disciplines. This includes experiments to demonstrate water purification through filtration process, widely used for water treatment; seepage of water through soil dams and its consequences; wave mechanisms related to coastal engineering and the response of structures to dynamic loads. There are, also included in the programme, a series of short lectures, aimed at explaining the role of Civil and Environmental Engineering in a modern society.

Suitable For:
Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)
Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)

Duration: Full Day

Min. Students: 1

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