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Academic Year 2020/2021
School School of Civil
Environmental and Land Management Engineering
Name (Bachelor of Science degree)(ord. 270) - MI (342) Civil Engineering
Track OA1 - Non diversificato
Programme Year 3

Course Details
ID Code 052336
Course Title HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING
Course Type Mono-Disciplinary Course
Credits (CFU / ECTS) 9.0
Semester First Semester
Course Description Channels and pipes: design and verification in uniform and steady flow; constructive aspects; composite section channels. Dams and barrages: types and regulations; overview on dam statics; intakes, outlets, spillways and energy dissipation structures. Storage tanks: types, optimal peak discharge reduction, regulators, floodplain. Reservoirs: capacity for given complete regulation or regulation with deficit or overflow; feasible regulations for given capacity. Water supply: demands; conveyance networks; dendritic and looped networks; distribution networks; pumping stations; water hammer phenomena and reduction. Hydrology: rainfall and discharge; return period; depth-duration-frequency curves; flow-depth curves; hydrological losses; superposition; flood events; reservoir and concentration methods; critical event. Sewers: types; dry weather and runoff flow; rational method; overview on detailed models; hydraulic calculations of sewers, overflow structures and storage tanks; materials. The first objective of the guided projects is to allow the students are divided in small parties - to increase their design capabilities in the broad area hydraulic engineering (waterworks and sewerage systems). As far as possible, the focus will be on the interdisciplinary aspects. At the same time, the students are offered the opportunity to work within the ongoing experimental and numerical projects concerning the building materials and their structures, the soils, the fluids and the pavements. The students are then required to outline and develop design-oriented cases, including a report with the calculations and the basic drawings. One of these cases may the starting point of the project to be defended during the final examination.
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Educational activities SSD Code SSD Description CFU
B
ICAR/02
HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES, MARITIME ENGINEERING AND HYDROLOGY
9.0

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03/12/2020