This course uses the principles derived
from fluid dynamics along with empirical knowledge to solve problems
encountered by hydraulic engineers responsible for water-supply management,
water-excess management, and environmental restoration.
The course will provide understanding of the basic
concepts of hydrology and emphasizes the various methods for measurement and
assessment of precipitation, evaporation, surface runoff, and ground water etc.
By the end of this course, the student
should be able to:
procedures and underlying theory employed in designing and analyzing
open-channel and closed conduit systems
A student completing the course is expected to:
Describe the procedures and underlying
theory employed in designing and analyzing open-channel and closed conduit