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CEE 4476b Environmental Hydraulics Design Winter 2017. The required text for this class is, Sturm T Open Channel Hydraulics 2nd Edition McGraw Hill Higher Education 2010. Can be purchased at the bookstore or Amazon,Other References. Chanson H Hydraulics of Open Channel Flow 2nd Edition Butterworth Heinemann. Chanson H Environmental Hydraulics for Open Channel Flows Butterworth. Heinemann 2004, French R Open Channel Hydraulics Water Resources Publications 2007. Active Engaged Classroom, It is important for the students to attend the class and actively participate in different activities that. are set to encourage engaged learning Clickers will be used in this class to promote active learning. Web browsing texting and social media are not allowed during class time as they will distract. other students,Laboratory Design Project, Students in small groups will plan design and carry out a laboratory investigation of an.
environmental hydraulics problem At the end of the course each group is required to submit a. final report 3000 words and make a 10 min oral presentation An additional progress report. 1000 words must also be submitted by each group for review and marking A Logbook of. group activities related to the project must be maintained and submitted as an attachment to the. progress and final reports Contributions by individual members of a group must be clearly. identified in the Logbook and in the progress and final reports. SI units will be used in lectures and examinations. Specific Learning Objectives, 1 Basic Principles At the end of this section the student should be able to. a Classify different types of flow regimes in open channel hydraulics. b Demonstrate an understanding of the important concepts in fluid mechanics continuity. momentum and energy equations, 2 Specific Energy At the end of this section the student should be able to. a Describe and compute the specific energy diagram and critical depth in simple and complex. channel cross sections, b Apply the governing equations for open channel contractions and expansions with head loss. c Determine the discharge range of critical depths in overbank flow conditions. d Apply weirs in the design of open channel flow measuring devices. e Apply the energy equation in stratified flows, 3 Momentum At the end of this section the student should be able to. CEE 4476b Environmental Hydraulics Design Winter 2017. a Apply the momentum equation in open channel flows for the analysis of hydraulic jumps. b Design a stilling basin to stabilize hydraulic jumps. c Analyze the occurrence of surges in open channel hydraulics. d Apply momentum analysis to backwater effects caused by flow obstructions. 4 Uniform Flow At the end of this section the student should be able to. a Describe the flow resistance in turbulent open channel flows and the resulting velocity. distributions for various hydraulic conditions, b Compute uniform flow depth in simple and compound channels.
c Design channels with flexible linings flood control and flood diversion channels. 5 Gradually Varied Flow At the end of this section the student should be able to. a Describe gradually varied flows and apply the related equations. b Classify water surface profiles, c Compute water surface profiles in artificial and natural channels. d Use HEC RAS to compute water surface profiles, 6 Hydraulic Structures At the end of this section the student should be able to. a Design spillways to transfer large flood discharges safely downstream from a reservoir. b Describe and apply methods for computing bridge backwater effects. 7 Unsteady Flow At the end of this section the student should be able to. a Describe the development and application of dynamic wave equations. b Apply the Saint Venant equations to characterize unsteady flow conditions. 8 Flow in Alluvial Channels At the end of this section the student should be able to. a Compute the fall velocity of sediment in water for various conditions. b Determine the stability of the bed and banks of natural alluvial channels by evaluating the. threshold of sediment movement, c Predict bed load transport and the total sediment discharge of an alluvial stream. d Estimate streambed adjustments and scour,9 Laboratory Investigation. Plan design and conduct a laboratory investigation in support of a design project. Instructor may expand on material presented in the course as appropriate. General Learning Objectives, E Evaluate T Teach I Introduce Beginner or Intermediate or Advanced Level.
Problem Analysis E Team Work I Ethics and Equity, Investigation Communication I Economics and Project Management. Design E Professionalism Life Long Learning,Engineering Tools T Impact on Society. CEE 4476b Environmental Hydraulics Design Winter 2017. Quizzes and Examinations, Two 60 minute quizzes will be scheduled during tutorial periods on February 9 and March 23 A. 3 hour final examination will take place during the final examination period Programmable. calculators are not permitted in the final exam and tests Both tests and the final examination will. be CLOSED BOOK no programmable calculators or other external sources of. information including books notes or crib sheets are permitted A list of acceptable. calculators for closed book exams will be posted on the bulletin board across from the. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Office please be sure your calculator is on. it Part marks may not be awarded for some of the problems on the tests or final exam. Weekly Assignments, Problems and nine 9 assignments will be discussed in the tutorials Each assignment will have a. Part A which must be turned in by each student by the end of the tutorial period The. assignments will be posted on OWL and will be due on Wednesdays Assignments must be. submitted for marking by 4 30 pm on the due date in locker 70 on the second floor Spencer. Engineering Building Some assignments may include laboratory components Late assignments. will receive a grade of zero Extensions are to be negotiated with the course instructor not the. teaching assistants,Evaluation,The final grade will be computed as follows.
Assignments 10, Laboratory project 15 Progress report 4 Presentation 3 Final report 8. Participation in Classroom Activities 5,Final Exam 50. a Students must pass the final examination to pass this course Students who fail the final. examination will be assigned the aggregate mark as determined above or 48 whichever is. b Students must turn in all laboratory reports and achieve a passing grade in the. laboratory component to pass this course Students who do not satisfy this requirement will. be assigned 48 or the aggregate mark whichever is less. c Students who have failed this course previously must repeat all components of the. course No special permissions will be granted enabling a student to retain laboratory. assignment or test marks from previous years Previously completed assignments and. laboratories cannot be resubmitted, CEE 4476b Environmental Hydraulics Design Winter 2017. d Should any of the quizzes conflict with a religious holiday that a student wishes to observe. the student must inform the instructor of the conflict no later than two weeks before the. scheduled test, For further information on Accommodations for Religious Holidays see. https www uwo ca univsec pdf academic policies appeals accommodation religious pdf. 3 Use of English, In accordance with Senate and Faculty Policy students may be penalised up to 10 of the marks.
on all assignments tests and examinations for the improper use of English Additionally poorly. written work with the exception of the final examination may be returned without grading If. resubmission of the work is permitted it may be graded with marks deducted for poor English. and or late submission,Plagiarism Checking, The Western University uses software for plagiarism checking Students are required to submit. their Laboratory Reports in electronic form to Turnitin com for plagiarism checking. University policy states that cheating is a scholastic offence The commission of a scholastic. offence is attended by academic penalties that might include expulsion from the program If you. are caught cheating there will be no second warning. For more information on scholastic offenses please see. https www uwo ca univsec pdf academic policies appeals scholastic discipline undergrad pdf. Attendance, Any student who in the opinion of the instructor is absent too frequently from class laboratory. or tutorial periods will be reported to the Dean after due warning has been given On the. recommendation of the Department concerned and with the permission of the Dean the student. will be debarred from taking the regular final examination in the course. Accessibility, Please contact the course instructor if you require material in an alternate format or if any other. arrangements can make this course more accessible to you You may also wish to contact. Services for Students with Disabilities SSD at 661 2111 x 82147 for any specific question. regarding an accommodation, Students are expected to arrive at lectures on time and to conduct themselves during class in a. professional and respectful manner that is not disruptive to others Late comers may be asked to. wait outside the classroom until being invited in by the Instructor Please turn off your cell phone. before coming to a class tutorial quiz or exam On the premises of the University or at a. CEE 4476b Environmental Hydraulics Design Winter 2017. University sponsored program students must abide by the Student Code of Conduct. https www uwo ca univsec pdf board code pdf,Sickness and Other Problems.
Students should immediately consult with the Instructor or Department Chair if they have any. problems that could affect their performance in the course Where appropriate the problems. should be documented see attached The student should seek advice from the Instructor or. Department Chair regarding how best to deal with the problem Failure to notify the Instructor or. Department Chair immediately or as soon as possible thereafter will have a negative effect on. any appeal, For more information concerning medical accommodations please see. https www uwo ca univsec pdf academic policies appeals accommodation medical pdf. Students are responsible for regularly checking their email course website https owl uwo ca. and notices posted outside the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department Office. Consultation, Students are encouraged to discuss problems with their teaching assistant and or instructor in. tutorial sessions Office hours will be arranged for the students to see the instructor and teaching. assistants Other individual consultation can be arranged by appointment with the appropriate. instructor,Course Breakdown,Engineering Science 50 Engineering Design 50. The document INSTRUCTIONS FOR STUDENTS UNABLE TO WRITE TESTS OR. EXAMINATIONS OR SUBMINT ASSIGNMENTS AS SCHEDULED is part of this course. Western University,Faculty of Engineering,INSTRUCTIONS FOR STUDENTS UNABLE TO WRITE TESTS. OR EXAMINATIONS OR SUBMIT ASSIGNMENTS AS SCHEDULED. If on medical or compassionate grounds you are unable to write term tests or final examinations or complete course work by the due date you. should follow the instructions listed below You should understand that academic accommodation will not be granted automatically on request. You must demonstrate to your department or the Undergraduate Services office if you are in first year that there are compelling medical or. compassionate grounds that can be documented before academic accommodation will be considered Different regulations apply to term tests. final examinations and late assignments Read the instructions carefully see the 2016 Western Academic Calendar. A GENERAL REGULATIONS PROCEDURES, 1 Check the course outline to see if the instructor has a policy for missed tests examinations late assignments or attendance.
2 Bring your request for academic accommodation to the attention of the Chair of the department or the Undergraduate Services office. if you are in first year prior to the scheduled time of the test or final examination or due date of the assignment If you are unable to. contact the relevant person leave a message with the appropriate department or Undergraduate Services office if you are in first. year The addresses telephone and fax numbers are given at the end of these instructions Documentation must be provided as soon. as possible, 3 If you decide to write a test or an examination you should be prepared to accept the mark you earn Rewriting tests or examinations. or having the value of a test or exam reweighted on a retroactive basis is not permitted. B TERM TESTS, 1 If you are unable to write a term test inform your instructor and the Chair of your Department or the Undergraduate Services Office. if you are in first year prior to the scheduled date of the test If the instructor is not available leave a message for him her at the. department office and inform the Chair of the Department or the Undergraduate Services Office if you are in first year. 2 Be prepared to provide supporting documentation to the Chair and the Undergraduate Services Office see next page for information. on documentation, 3 Discuss with the instructor if and when the test can be rescheduled N B The approval of the Chair or the Undergraduate Services. Office if you are in first year is required when rescheduling term tests. C FINAL EXAMINATIONS, 1 If you are unable to write a final examination contact the Undergraduate Services Office PRIOR TO THE SCHEDULED. EXAMINATION TIME to request permission to write a Special Final Examination If no one is available in the Undergraduate. Services Office leave a message clearly stating your name student number please spell your full name. 2 Be prepared to provide the Undergraduate Services Office with supporting documentation see next page for information on. documentation the next day or as soon as possible in cases where students are hospitalized The following circumstances are not. considered grounds for missing a final examination or requesting special examinations common cold sleeping in misreading. timetable and travel arrangements, 3 In order to receive permission to write a special examination you must obtain the approval of the Chair of the Department and the.
Associate Dean and in order to apply you must sign a Recommendation for a Special Examination Form available in the. Undergraduate Services Office The Undergraduate Services Office will then notify the course instructor s and reschedule the. examination on your behalf, N B It is the student s responsibility to check the date time and location of the special examination. D LATE ASSIGNMENTS, 1 Advise the instructor if you are having problems completing the assignment on time prior to the due date of the assignment. 2 Be prepared to provide documentation if requested by the instructor see reverse side for information on documentation. 3 If you are granted an extension establish a due date The approval of the Chair of your Department or the Associate Dean if you are. in first year is not required if assignments will be completed prior to the last day of classes. 4 i Extensions beyond the end of classes must have the consent of the instructor the department Chair and the Associate Dean. Documentation is mandatory, ii A Recommendation of Incomplete Form must be filled out indicating the work to be completed and the date by which it is due. This form must be signed by the student the instructor the department Chair and the Associate Dean. SHORT ABSENCES, If you miss a class due to a minor illness or other problems check your course outlines for information regarding attendance requirements and. make sure you are not missing a test or assignment Cover any readings and arrange to borrow notes from a classmate. EXTENDED ABSENCES, If you are absent more than one week or if you get too far behind to catch up you should consider reducing your workload by dropping one or.
more courses Note drop deadlines listed below You may want to seek advice from the academic counsellor in your Department or the. counsellors in the Undergraduate Services Office if you are in first year. DOCUMENTATION, If you consulted an off campus doctor or Student Health Services regarding your illness or personal problem you must provide the doctor with. a Student Medical Certificate to complete at the time of your visit and then bring it to the Department or the Undergraduate Services Office if. you are in first year This note must contain the following information severity of illness effect on academic studies and duration of. In Case of Serious Illness of a Family Member Provide a Student Medical Certificate to your family member s physician to complete and. bring it to the Department or the Undergraduate Services Office if you are in first year. In Case of a Death Obtain a copy of the death certificate or the notice provided by the funeral director s office You must include your. relationship to the deceased and bring it to the Department or the Undergraduate Services Office if you are in first year. For Other Extenuating Circumstances If you are not sure what documentation to provide ask the Departmental Office or the Undergraduate. Services Office if you are in first year for direction. Note Forged notes and certificates will be dealt with severely To submit a forged document is a scholastic offence see below. ACADEMIC CONCERNS, You need to know if your instructors have a policy on late penalties missed tests etc This information may be included on the course outlines. If not ask your instructor s, You should also be aware of attendance requirements in some courses You can be debarred from writing the final examination if. your attendance is not satisfactory, If you are in academic difficulty check out the minimum requirements for progression in the calendar If in doubt see your academic. counsellor, Calendar References Check these regulations in your 2016 Western Academic Calendar available at www westerncalendar uwo ca.
Absences Due to Illness page 117, Academic Accommodations for Students with Disabilities page 118. Academic Accommodations for Religious Holidays page 119. Incomplete Standing page 104,Scheduling of Term Assignments page 97. Scholastic Offences page 113,Special Examinations page 132. Note These instructions apply to all students registered in the Faculty of Engineering regardless of whether the courses are offered by the. Faculty of Engineering or other faculties in the University. Drop Deadlines First term half course i e A or F November 5 2016. Full courses and full year half courses i e E Y or no suffix November 30 2016. Second term half or second term full course i e B or G March 7 2017. Undergraduate Services Office SEB 2097 telephone 519 661 2130 fax 519 661 3757. Dept of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering TEB 477 telephone 519 661 2131 fax 519 661 3498. Dept of Civil and Environmental Engineering SEB 3005 telephone 519 661 2139 fax 519 661 3779. Dept of Electrical and Computer Engineering Software Engineering. Mechatronics Engineering TEB 279 telephone 519 661 3758 fax 519 850 2436. Dept of Mechanical and Materials Engineering SEB 3002 telephone 519 661 4122 fax 519 661 3020.

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