CEE 4324-CEE 5384: Open Channel Flow-Advanced Open Channel Flow

Fall Semester 2014

Course Description:

This course encompasses a rigorous examination of the concepts of energy, momentum, and friction as they relate to flow in open channels. Concepts of alternate depths, conjugate depths, normal depth, are developed and used to ultimately develop a close examination of the full range of gradually varied flow surface water profiles. The course stresses both analytical calculations and computer approaches culminating in a careful exploration of the HEC-RAS computer program. Numerical “labs” may be used to complement classroom discussions.

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A Note on Books:

I will be teaching this course from my own notes which will be provided within Scholar web site only.
    Proficiency in Excel is expected.  If you haven't, please brush up on use of the Excel "Goal Seek" tool.
  • Proficiency (and a good reading resource) in MATLAB or some other programming language will also be handy.

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