Topics include; Hydrologic cycle, rainfall and runoff routing, Urban Drainage design, Floodplain management, Water resources development, Computer software including RORB and SOURCE.
NEC2203 - Hydraulics
|1.||Analyse and synthesise a range of numerical problems in urban hydrology, rainfall/runoff routing, flood frequency, urban drainage, flood plain, and water resources management;|
|2.||Conceptually map and design urban drainage networks and recommend and justify computations;|
|3.||Recommend a design flow volume required in an urban subdivision design using computer software RORB|
|4.||Simulate water supply systems using computer software SOURCE;|
|5.||Initiate, coordinate and manage team projects in water resources management and to recommend and present the optimum solutions professionally.|
|Portfolio||SOURCE portfolio (Computer Simulation)||10%|
|Project||Team project presentation||25%|
|Exercise||Rorb exercise (simulation exercise)||5%|
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