CWR 3103_Syllabus - Florida International University

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Florida International University - College of Engineering – Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering – Miami
CWR 3103
Water Resources Engineering
Catalog Description:
Hydrologic and hydraulic engineering fundamentals: hydrologic cycle, hyetographs, hydrographs,
frequency analysis, pipe systems, turbomachinery, open channels, structures and groundwater.
Course Objectives:
1.
To learn hydrologic and hydraulic engineering principles and methods are essential in the education of civil
and environmental engineers.
To provide necessary skills for hyetographs, hydrographs, frequency analysis, pipe systems,
2.
turbomachinery, open channels, structures and groundwater
Learning Outcomes:
The students will be able to:
1.
2.
To understand basic of hydrologic and hydraulic theory and applications
To perform design calculations for hydrologic cycle, hyetographs, hydrographs, frequency
analysis, pipe systems, turbomachinery, open channels, structures and groundwater
Major Topics:
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7)
Introduction
Hydrology
Probability, Risk, Design and Analysis
Watershed Hydrology
Pressurized Pipe Flow Applications
Open Channel Flow
Groundwater Flow (Special Topic)
Co-Requisite: ENV 3001
Textbook:
Wurbs, R. A. and W. P. James, Water Resources Engineering, Prentice-Hall
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Florida International University - College of Engineering – Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering – Miami
CWR 3103
Water Resources Engineering
Program Educational Objectives and Outcomes:
Show the program objectives and outcomes that are directly supported by this course.
Civil and Environmental
Engineering Program
Educational Objectives
1. Technical proficiency
Mark
X if
applies
X
2. Communication
3. Responsible Citizenship
4. Lifelong Learning
5. Ethical Behavior
X
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Program Educational Outcomes
Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics,
science, and engineering to solve civil engineering
problems
Ability to design and conduct experiments, and
analyze and interpret data related to at least four of
the technical areas encompassed by civil
engineering (i.e., structural, geotechnical,
transportation, environmental and water resources
engineering, construction, and
general/comprehensive)
Ability to design a system, component, or process
to met desired needs related to at least four of the
technical areas encompassed by civil engineering
Ability to identify, formulate, and solve civil
engineering problems
Ability to utilize the techniques, skills, and modern
scientific and engineering tools necessary for civil
engineering practice
Proficiency in working with others as part of
multidisciplinary teams
Proficiency in written, oral, and graphical
communication
Appreciation and understanding of the impact of
engineering solutions in a global and societal
context
Appreciation and understanding contemporary
issues facing society as a whole
Recognition of the need for personal development
of professional engineering competency
Recognition of the need for lifelong learning to
maintain and enhance the professional practice of
civil engineering
Understanding of professional and ethical
responsibility
Mark
X if
applies
X
X
X
6. Other
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