Water quality is defined as a measure of the physical, chemical, biological, and microbiological characteristics of water, monitoring water quality provides empirical evidence to support decision making on health, environmental, and industrial issues.
This training course is designed to focus on different analytical methods and techniques for water analysis such as gravimetric, titrimetric, spectrophotometric methods. The course tailored to refresh your knowledge with classical titration, gravimetric techniques and chemistry background related to these methods, in addition to update you on current and advanced methods including modern automatic titration, sensors, spectrophotometers and instrumentation.
The course will cover also practices of how to carry out different water physical tests and chemical tests.
Oil filed Water including produced water and injection water will be covered and criteria of quality control and associated problems.