CSE30312 Transportation and Highway Engineering (CEE Students)
Teaching Plan for Year 2015/2016
Subject Lecturers:
Class:
Subject Groups:
Dr. W.T. HUNG (ZS947)/ Dr. Zhen LENG (ZS968)
Thurs 16:30 to 18:30
1000 1001 1006
1.
All Lectures are conducted in Roo

Chapter 3
Structural Mechanics
(CSE 20201)
Trusses
Lecture 3
Dr. Songye ZHU
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
CSE20201 Structural Mechanics: Lecture 3
Lecture 3: Outline
3. Trusses
Trusses
A truss is

Lecture 6: Outline
Structural Mechanics
(CSE 20201)
Chapter 4: Beams and 2-D Frames
Statically determinate frames
Lecture 6
Chapter 5: Arches
Dr. Songye ZHU
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Referenc

Lecture 8: Outline
Structural Mechanics
(CSE 20201)
Chapter 8: Mechanical Properties of Materials
Strain energy in tension and compression
Poissons ratio
Lecture 8
Chapter 9: Axial Load
Chapter 10: Bending
Introduction
The Flexure Formula
Sectiona

Lecture 9: Outline
Structural Mechanics
(CSE 20201)
Appendix: Sectional Properties
Lecture 9
Chapter 10: Bending
Maximum stress
Elastic curves
Slope and displacement by integration
Dr. Songye ZHU
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
The

CEE423/ME466
Lecture 1 Introduction to Air
Pollution Control
James J. Schauer, PhD, PE, MBA
Professor, CEE
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Overview
Why do we care about air pollution
What air pollutants are important
What is the scale of air quality probl

CEE 423/ME 466
Homework #2 Solution set:
1) Calculate the steady state CO2, CO, and PM in a 40 m3 room. Ventilation rate = 40 m3/hr.
CO2 in = 350 ppm; COin = 5 ppm; PMin = 15ug/m3
CO2 rate = 0.2 lpm per person 0.4 lpm
Accumulation = Flow in Flow out +Sour

CE423/ME466 - Spring 2016
Homework #2 - Due 2/4/16 (Thursday)
Instructor: Schauer
1) You and your office mate share an office that is 40 m3. Fresh air is brought into the room from the
outdoors at a flow rate of 40.0 m3 per hour and the excess air from th

CEE423/ME466
Lecture 4
Meteorology
James J. Schauer, PhD, PE
Professor, CEE
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Air Pollution and Meteorology
Why are there large differences in air quality
at a given location on a daily basis?
Changes in Emissions ?
Change

CEE423/ME466
Lecture 3
Air Pollution and Effects II
James J. Schauer, PhD, PE
Professor, CEE
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Pollutants
Sulfur Compounds (Lecture #2)
Nitrogen Compounds (Lecture #2)
Inorganic Carbon (Lecture #2)
Organic Compounds
Ozone (Cr

Structural Mechanics
(CSE 20201)
Dr. Songye ZHU
Associate Professor
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Lecture 1
Tel: 3400 3964 Office: ZS926
Email: [email protected]
CSE20201 Structural Mechanics
1
CS

Lecture 5: Outline
Structural Mechanics
(CSE 20201)
Chapter 4: Beams and 2-D Frames
Graphical Method for constructing Shear and Moment
Diagram
Superposition Method for constructing moment diagram
Shear and Moment Diagram for a Frame
Lecture 5
Dr. Song

CSE 30312 Transportation and Highway Engineering (2015/2016)
Group Project Assignment (max. 5 students per group)
Purposes:
The main purpose of this assignment is to provide students with opportunity to apply the
basic concepts of highway engineering to t

Topic 9: Geometric
Design III
Junctions
Transportation & Highway
Engineering
Contents
At-Grade Junctions
Grade-Separated Junctions
2
Types of Junction (Intersection)
Highway Junctions, also known as Intersections,
can be classified into two major categori

Topic 9: Geometric
Design II
Vertical Alignment
Transportation & Highway
Engineering
Contents
Station and Chainage
Principles of Vertical Curve Design
Summit and Sag Curves
Properties of the Parabolic Curve
Design of Summit Curve
Design of Sag Curve
2
Sta

Topic 7&8: Geometric
Design I
Design Speed,
Horizontal Alignment
Transportation & Highway
Engineering
Contents
Goals and Components of Geometric Design
Design Speed
Horizontal Alignment
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Sight Distance
Circular Curve
Superelevation and Minim

Lecture 4: Outline
Structural Mechanics
(CSE 20201)
Chapter 4: Beams and 2-D Frames
Lecture 4
Internal forces
Shear force / Bending moment functions
Relationship among internal forces
Shear force / Bending moment diagram
Dr. Songye ZHU
Department of Civi

Structural Mechanics
(CSE 20201)
Lecture 2
Dr. Songye ZHU
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Lecture 2: Outline
Equilibrium (Review of statics)
Equilibrium
External Loads
Support Reactions
Free-body dia

Lecture 7: Outline
Structural Mechanics
(CSE 20201)
Lecture 7
1. Stress
2. Strain
3. Mechanics Properties of materials
Dr. Songye ZHU
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
4. Strain energy in tensile and co

CEE423/ME466
Lecture 5 Gaussian Plume
Models
James J. Schauer, PhD, PE, MBA
Professor, CEE
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Overview
Air Pollution Models
Atmospheric Diffusion Equation
Puff Models
Slender Plume Approximation and
Gaussian Plume Models
Line

Lab
CEE 370 Fall 2016
#
2
Lab 2 Human Factors
Thursday, January 28, 2016
Introduction
The transportation system consists of three main components: the physical network (road), the
environment, and the user. Human Factors is a scientific discipline that he

CEE 370
Transportation Engineering
Homework #1
Professor Soyoung (Sue) Ahn
T.A. Beau Burdett
DUE: February 3 @ 11:00 AM
70 Points
Please solve the following problems. Solutions should be typed or written in a neat,
clear manner. Work in groups of 2, with

Lab 2
Human Factors
TA Beau Burdett
1/27/2016
CEE 370
Quick Note
Homework 1 is posted!
Due Feb. 3 @ 11 AM
Office Hours (Room 1241):
Thursday 3:20-5:20pm
Friday 12:00-1:00pm
By appointment
[email protected]
Human Factors
What is human factors?
Sci

CEE 370
Transportation Engineering
Lecture 1: Introduction
Soyoung (Sue) Ahn
Todays Agenda
Mode of Transportation
Basic Statistics
How Transportation Works
Hierarchy
Focus of trips
Why should you care about Transportation?
What is transportation?
What i

CEE 370: Equations for Midterm I
Vehicle Kinematic Characteristics
Uniform Acceleration
Velocity, v(t)
Distance, x(t)
v
v0
at
x
Non-uniform Acceleration
Time, t
v0t
Distance, x(v)
1 2
at
2
v 2 v02
2a
x (v )
Velocity, v(t)
Distance, x(t)
Resistance
Aerodyn

CEE 370: Equations for Midterm I
Vehicle Kinematic Characteristics
Uniform Acceleration
Velocity, v(t)
Distance, x(t)
v v0 at
Distance, x(v)
v 2 v02
x (v )
2a
1
x v0t at 2
2
Non-uniform Acceleration
Time, t
Velocity, v(t)
Distance, x(t)
Resistance
Aerody

76 Chapter 3
Geometric Design of Highways
EXAMPLE 3.13 UNDERPASS VERTICAL CURVE CLEARANCE
V SOLUTION
_ the PVI), but desirably at a height of 16.5 ,ft according to AASHTO [2011]. I ,
An equal-tangent sag curve has an initial grade of —4.0%, a ﬁnal grade