Syllabi CWR3103 Spring 09

Syllabi CWR3103 Spring 09 - 1 CWR-3103 WATER RESOURCES...

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1 CWR-3103 - WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Florida International University Spring 2009 Hydrologic and hydraulic engineering principles and methods are essential in the education of civil and environmental engineers. They are needed to estimate the quantity of water present in or conveyed by natural and engineered water systems (rivers, channels, etc). Their application supports the design, analysis and management of water resources by communities within goals of sustainability. The overall learning objective of this course is to provide basic knowledge to the future civil and environmental engineer for the solution of problems in water resources engineering (see Section H for ABET objectives and outcomes). The course will consequently address the nature of water resources issues, fundamentals of hydrology, pipeline hydraulics, water distribution systems, including hydraulic machinery, open channels and groundwater flow. Examples of relevant
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This note was uploaded on 07/09/2011 for the course CWR 3013 taught by Professor Miralles during the Spring '09 term at FIU.

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Syllabi CWR3103 Spring 09 - 1 CWR-3103 WATER RESOURCES...

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