Syllabus - CE154 - Fall 2009

Syllabus - CE154 - Fall 2009 - Hydraulic Design CE154 Civil...

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Hydraulic Design CE154 Civil and Environmental Engineering Department San Jose State University Greensheet 1. Course Information Course Title - Hydraulic Design, CE154 - 01 Time - Mon 6:00 pm-8:45 pm, 08/24 – 12/14/2009 Class Room - ENG150 (CE Lab) Semester - Fall 2009 Instructor - Dr. C. Liang Lee Contact information: Office phone 265-2607 ext 2927 Email: [email protected]jsu.edu Office Hours: Mon 4:45 to 5:45 PM ENG 153 2. Course Description This course will cover basic concepts and hydraulic designs of engineering systems that practicing hydraulic engineers today will likely encounter. These systems include open-channel structures, e.g., reservoirs, spillways, energy dissipators and natural rivers, closed-conduit structures such as water supply pipelines and hydroelectric-power penstocks, and mixed-use structures such as culverts and storm drains. 3. Student Learning Objectives On successful completion of this course students shall be able to: Perform hydrologic analysis to determine the design flow and hydrograph Design reservoirs and appurtenant structures Learn the concept of pipeline systems and design a simple pipeline Understand culvert hydraulics and design culverts Learn the concept of fluvial geomorphology and basis of stable-channel design Design rock riprap and other channel protection structures 4. Prerequisite CE150 Water Resources Engineering 1
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Text and Reference Materials Teaching Materials include PowerPoint slides and handouts distributed before each class. References below provide links to books and articles used in lectures.
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