Hydraulic Engineering

Hydraulic Engineering
Application of fluid mechanics principles to analysis and design of hydraulic structures and systems.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesCE EN 332
 TaughtFall, Spring
 ProgramsContaining CE EN 433
Course Outcomes

1(p) Energy & Momentum

1(p). Apply energy and momentum principles to fluid flow situations, and be able to solve problems for forces in static and moving fluids.

2(p) Pipe Systems

2(p). Apply standard energy approaches and formulas, and be able to solve for and design pressure pipe systems.

3(p) Open Channels

3(p). Apply standard aproaches and formulas, and be able to solve for and design open-channel flow systems.

4(l) Pumps and Turbines

4(l). Understand the basic elements of pump and turbine flow, and be able to analyze and select the pump needed for pressurizing situations.

5(c) Design common facilities

5(c). Generate and apply the analytical and design approaches to common water facilities such as culverts, spillways, pipe networks, sewer systems, canals, and scour and sediment transport.