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Jessy Carpentier - 04/05/2015 : 15/01/2017
Specialisation : Grit removal systems evaluation


E-mail : Jessy.Carpentier.1@ulaval.ca
Department of Civil Engineering and Water Engineering - Pavillon Adrien-Pouliot - 1065, Médecine avenue

Projects :
Characterizing and modelling the influent and the effluent of grit chambers

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Jessy Carpentier holds a bachelor degree in civil engineering at Sherbrooke University (2014). He started his master degree in water engineering in 2015 in the research project dessablEAU to evaluate grit removal systems efficiency.

The dessablEAU project objective is to develop a standard protocol for characterizing particulate pollutants around a grit removal system, develop phenomenological models describing the quality of the effluent and the effiency of a grit removal system and optimize the performance vortex Mectan grit removal system. Jessy will focus on the development of a standard protocol; including a methodology for analyzing the settleability of the affluent particles, the development of a representative sampling protocol and the evaluation of grit removal systems efficiency.

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Faculty of Science and Engineering - Université Laval
Peter Vanrolleghem - Department of civil engineering and water engineering - Pavillon Adrien-Pouliot - 1065, Médecine avenue, Office 2974
Québec (Québec) - Canada - G1V 0A6 - Telephone : +1-418-656-5085 Email : peter.vanrolleghem@gci.ulaval.ca
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