Course Information Course title Hydrology Semester 101

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Semester
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Instructor
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Hydrology
101-1
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL
ENGINEERING
JIING-YUN YOU
CIE3011
501 32900
03
3
Half
Required
Tuesday 2 Wednesday 34
Limited to students from within this
department (including students taking minor
Remarks
and dual degree program)
The upper limit of the number of students:
40.
Ceiba Web Server
http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/1011hydrology
Table of Core Capabilities and Curriculum Table of Core Capabilities and Curriculum
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Course Syllabus
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Hydrology is the study of the earth's waters their movement, distribution, and other
relative qualitative and quantitative issues.
The objective of this course is to introduce
the student to 1) Principles and processes
governing the movement of water through the
hydrologic cycle, including atmospheric
Course Description
moisture flow, surface runoff, infiltration,
river routing and groundwater flow; and 2)
The quantitative description of hydrologic
characteristics, including, hydrologic
measurement, hydrologic statistics, and
frequency analysis techniques applied to
problems of engineering hydrologic design
Students are expected to understand
1. The qualitative and quantitative description
Course Objective
of hydrologic cycle
2. Infiltration process
3. Surface runoff process
4. Watershed precipitation runoff process
5. Channel routing
6. Introduction of groundwater
7. Hydrologic statistic and frequency analysis
Course Requirement
Office Hours
References
Designated reading
4~5 assignments will be assigned in lecture
and will typically be due the next week. For
these assignments, you should work together
in a group. Each group can have 3 members.
In the end of the semester, group member will
have an opportunity to evaluate the other
members of the group
Every Tuesday 14:00~17:00
1. Bedient, P.B., Huber, W.C., 2008.
Hydrology and Floodplain Analysis.
2. W. Viessman, Jr., J. Knapp, and G.L.
Lewis. 1998, Introduction to Hydrology.
Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc., New York,
New York, 4th edition.
3. Bras, R. L. 1990Hydrology: an
Introduction to Hydrologic Science: AddisonWesley
4. 謝平城,1996,水文學, 曉園出版社。
5. 楊其錚、李光敦, 2008, 水文學精選 200
題,
Chow, Maidment and Mays, 1988 ”Applied
Hydrology”, McGraw-Hill,
Grading
Progress
Week
Date
Topic
Week 1 9/11,9/12 Class Announcement; Ch1. Introduction
Week 2 9/18,9/19 Ch 3.2 Water Vapor/ Humidity. Ch 3.3Precipitation.
Week 3 9/25,9/26 Ch 3.3Precipitation
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