¤ýCourse description
This course is a newly developed course first offered in 2010. It is based on its predecessor ¡®Open channel hydraulics¡¯ with more focus on flow of natural rivers. General hydraulics phenomena found in rivers, streams, and channels will be covered. This course is designed to provide a streamlined program for students who passed fluid mechanics course. Basic principles learned at fluid mechanics course will be fortified and applied throughout this course. Therefore, fluid mechanics is a prerequisite. Contents include governing equations of fluid mechanics, dimensional reasoning, velocity distribution, head loss, uniform flow formulas, specific energy and specific force, hydraulic jump, open channel flow analysis, etc.

¤ýExpected outcome
Students are expected to apply knowledge of basic science and engineering fundamentals; illustrate in-depth technical competence; and undertake problem identification, formulation and solution. To enhance experiential learning, students are required to implement an individual mini project and a class project which requires teamwork.

¤ýLearning objectives
By the end of this course, students should understand basic physical mechanisms of open channel flow. More specifically, students should be able to:
1. Apply fluid mechanics principles to various engineering tasks,
2. Approach an open problem using dimensional reasoning,
3. Calculate mean velocity and estimate velocity distribution of open channel flow,
4. Sketch and calculate longitudinal profile of open channel flow, and
5. Understand issues in the design of ecologically sustainable streams.

¤ýRecommended text books
Lecture presentation materials and lecture note will be the main materials for studying. Textbooks listed below can be used as supplementary materials, in particular for Korean students.
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ACEE311 Hydrology

¤ýCourse description
This course is an introductory level hydrology course, aimed at developing relistic problem-solving skills. You are expected to apply knowledge of basic science and engineering fundamentals; illustrate in-depth technical competence; and undertake problem identification, formulation, and solution. You will be introduced to two types of approaches, i.e., physical process-based and statistical data-based approaches. This course is designed not only for those who will need practical techniques as junior civil engineers but also for those who will study broad water resources engineering at our graduate school.

¤ýExpected outcomes
By the end of this course, students should have a general idea about the discipline of hydrology and natural water cycle. Further, students should understand challenging issues in global environmental problems and importance of better understanding scientific problems in hydrological processes.

¤ýCourse objectives
By the end of this course, you should be able to:
1. Understand what the hydrology discipline is.
2. Estimate infiltration amout.
3. Implement the linear transformation of rainfall to direct runoff and understand the limit of linearity assumption.
4. Carry out the reservoir, channel, and catchment routing.
5. Analyse occurrence frequency of flood or storm event.
6. Evaluate surface runoff of urban area.
7. Estimate groundwater flow rate.

¤ýCourse description
This course is to give students an opportunity to implement laboratory experiments which cover the fundamental phenomena of fluid mechanics and open channel hydraulics.

¤ýCourse objectives
By the end of this course,
1. Students will gain intuition about fundamental behaviors of fluid flows and understanding of basic experimental methods.
2. Students are expected to gain a better understanding how to construct a technical report and work in a team oriented setting.

¤ýRecommended text books
Handout will be provided and will be used for the course.
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