civl6081 - frontier research and interdisciplinary learning...

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Postgraduate Curriculum _________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ Department of Civil Engineering, THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG 1 Course Title: Advanced topics in water and environmental engineering Course Code: CIVL6081 (CIVL8011) Teacher(s): Dr. J. Chen / Prof. H.H.P. Fang / Dr. K.M. Lam / Dr. K. Shih / Dr. T. Zhang Year: 2010-11 Level: MSc and Rpg Lecture Hours: 39 hours Tutorial Hours: Laboratory Hours: Examination Hours: Other Hours: - Pre-requisite: Co-requisite: Course Objectives Fundamental understanding of a variety of scientific concepts and research skills in water and environmental engineering will be introduced to strengthen the knowledge needed for student research activities. Current development in selected research areas will be reported to facilitate the pursuing of
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Unformatted text preview: frontier research and interdisciplinary learning opportunities. Course Syllabus Calendar Entry The course aims to provide an opportunity for students to study in-depth areas of water and environmental engineering. Course content will encompass the selected topics in environmental hydraulics, fluid mechanics, hydrology, environmental microbiology, water chemistry, water and wastewater treatment technologies. Course Contents Theories and applications in environmental hydraulics and fluid mechanics; environmental microbiology and biotechnology; aquatic chemistry & equilibria Textbook: NA References: NA Coursework: Homework and/or in-course quizzes Assessment: Type Percentage of Total (%) Description Written examination 70% Coursework 30% Homework/Quiz...
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