Hydraulic Engineering for Infrastructure Development and Management

Numbering Code G-ENG02 7F065 LE73
G-ENG01 7F065 LE73
Year/Term 2021 ・ Second semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Lecture
Target Year Target Student
Language English Day/Period Tue.3
Instructor name TODA KEIICHI (Graduate School of Management Professor)
GOTOH HITOSHI (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
TACHIKAWA YASUTO (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
ICHIKAWA YUTAKA (Graduate School of Engineering Associate Professor)
HARADA EIJI (Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies Associate Professor)
SANJIYOU MICHIO (Graduate School of Engineering Associate Professor)
KHAYYER ABBAS (Graduate School of Engineering Associate Professor)
KIM SUNMIN (Graduate School of Engineering Associate Professor)
ONDA SHINICHIROU (Graduate School of Engineering Associate Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course This lecture picks up various water-related problems and provides their explanation and solution methodology related to hydrodynamic and hydrological infrastructure improvements, maintenance, disaster prevention against flood and damage of water environment, interweaving several leading-edge cases in the real world. Turbulent flow and CFD, sediment transport system and design/planning of hydraulic structure are described on the basis of the integrated management of river-and-coast systems with sediment control and these relationship with infrastructure improvement. Perspective from the viewpoint of public environmental infrastructure on water environment is presented.
Course Goals Students learn about case-based practical solutions against various problems related to hydraulic engineering, and students acquire academic preparation of how to approach to public environmental infrastructure on water area.
Schedule and Contents Introduction,1time,The purpose and constitution of the lecture, the method of the scholastic evaluation are explained.
Hydraulics in open-channel flows,3times,Several problems and exciting topics related to hydraulics in open-channel flows are discussed with advanced practical examples.
River basin management ,3times,Introduction of flood disasters during a few decades in the world, flood control planning in Japan, Economic evaluation and analysis of people’s awareness to river improvement projects with dam construction.
Beach erosion,3times,Several problems and their solution methodology against sediment transport process in coastal zone are explained. Advanced approaches for sediment control are overviewed.
Rainfall-runoff prediction and hydrologic design ,3times,Water resources issues related to rainfall-runoff prediction and hydrologic design are discussed with advanced practical examples.
Numerical simulation for Hydraulic engineering,1time,Recent numerical simulation development and related state-of-the-art technologies are overviewed.
Achievement Confirmation,1time,Comprehension check of course contents.The exercises to the given subjects are performed.
Evaluation Methods and Policy Grading is based on students activities in lectures and reports.
Course Requirements hydraulics, fluid mechanics, river engineering, coastal engineering, hydrology, etc.
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) Review fundamental items of hydraulics, fluid mechanics, river engineering, coastal engineering, hydrology, etc..
Textbooks Textbooks/References Non
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