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31001 Ocean Wave Mechanics

Y Watanabe

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31002 Sediment Transport

N Izumi

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31003 Environmental Fluid Mechanics

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31004 Hydrology and Hydraulics

I Kimura

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31005 Environmental Concrete Engineering
31006 Functional Material Science for Environment
- concrete under severe environment

T Sugiyama

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T Horiguchi

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31007 Soil Mechanics

S Nishimura

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31008 Geotechnical Analysis

T Ishikawa

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31009 Disaster Mitigation Geotechnology

H Tanaka

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31010 Geodynamics

T Ishikawa

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31011 Computational Hydraulics

Y Shimizu

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31081 Special Lecture in Field Engineering for Environment Ⅰ

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31082 Special Lecture in Field Engineering for Environment Ⅱ

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Advanced Exercise in Field Engineering for Environment

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Advanced Study in Field Engineering for Environment

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and 40% for exercise. Week11-13 Computation of free-surfaces Computational techniques (VOF. Week4-5 Turbulence models Definition of turbulence. and computational procedure to solve matrices are explained. 到達目標 Course Goals Learn theoretical backgrounds of fluid dynamics and computational methodology to solve a differential equation system describing fluid flow under water waves as well as engineering applications of the computational wave dynamics. 成績評価の基準と方法 Grading System The weight is 10% for class participation. Level-set methods) to describe free-surfaces and to track surface locations are explained. density function. discretized system of governing equations to describe ocean flow. Submition of three assignments is required during the course. テキスト・教科書 Textbooks Computational Wave Dynamics／Hitoshi Gotoh. Week8-10 Computation of the equation system for fluid flows Computational techniques to solve Navier-Stokes equation and turbulence models are explained. and applied numerical techniques for reproducing coastal waves are provided in this course for students to acquire comprehensive knowledge of computational wave dynamics. multi-phase flows and surf-zone flows are explained. small amplitude wave theory and shallow water wave equations are explained. Language 1 英語で行う授業 Type 補足事項 Other Information キーワード Key Words Computational Wave Mechanics Water Wave Finite Difference Method 授業の目標 Course Objectives Mathematical theories of fluid dynamics and water waves. boundary conditions imposed. 準備学習（予習・復習）等の内容と分量 Homework Students should review the course contents and examine the techniques leaned in the course. statistical features of turbulence and several turbulence models (RANS and LES) are explained. Week6-7 Fundamental theories of Finite difference methods Discretization of differential equations.科目名 Course Title Ocean Wave Mechanics（沿岸波動力学 E） [Ocean Wave Mechanics] 講義題目 Subtitle 責任教員 Instructor 渡部 靖憲 [Yasunori WATANABE] (大学院工学研究院) 担当教員 Other Instructors 開講年度 Year 2014 時間割番号 Course Number 092288 開講学期 Semester ２学期 単位数 Number of Credits 2 授業形態 Type of Class 講義 対象年次 Year of Eligible Students ～ 言語コード・言語 Language Code. Week14-15 Computational application to coastal and ocean engineering Applied computational techniques to handle wave-structure interactions. common techniques of finite difference method. Akio Okayasu. 50% for assignments. Yasunori Watanabe：World Scientific，2013 講義指定図書 Reading List 参照ホームページ Websites 研究室のホームページ Website of Laboratory 備考 Additional Information PARE Core Cluster Subject . 授業計画 Course Schedule Week1 Introduction Week2-3 Fundamental theories of fluid dynamics and water waves Conservations of mass and momentum of fluid flows.

In this course. Following this presentation. Examples of these motions include friction/viscous flows.jp 備考 Additional Information This course is registered as a Core Cluster Subjects for PARE. turbulent flows.ac. 講義指定図書 Reading List Geophysical fluid dynamics／Joseph Pedlosky：Springer，1987 An introduction to dynamic meteorology／James R.eng. In addition to the assignments the instructor gives. Geostrophic Flows. 到達目標 Course Goals The goals of this course are to illustrate the processes that govern geophysical fluid flow in the research field of hydro-meteorology.科目名 Course Title Environmental Fluid Mechanics（環境流体力学 E） [Environmental Fluid Mechanics] 講義題目 Subtitle 責任教員 Instructor 山田 朋人 [Tomohito YAMADA] (大学院工学研究院) 担当教員 Other Instructors 開講年度 Year 2014 時間割番号 Course Number 092290 開講学期 Semester １学期 単位数 Number of Credits 2 授業形態 Type of Class 講義 対象年次 Year of Eligible Students ～ 言語コード・言語 Language Code. they are expected to carry out work on their own. we discuss theoretical and numerical approaches to understand the environmental fluid mechanics. 成績評価の基準と方法 Grading System 60%: assignments. 授業計画 Course Schedule Outline: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Introduction Global energy budget Hydrological process Precipitation Shallow-water theory Viscous fluids Turbulence. We begin with defining and developing the mathematical language required. 40%: exam テキスト・教科書 Textbooks Handout made by the course instructor will be provided. Fluid motions in the environment span wide range of spatial and temporal scales. These areas will be demonstrated in the context of hydro-meteorology. Climate Model 授業の目標 Course Objectives The course provides an introduction to fluid mechanics in the natural environment. including the governing equations. Language 1 英語で行う授業 Type 補足事項 Other Information キーワード Key Words Shallow-Water Theory. Turbulent Flows. and geostrophic flows.hokudai. Holton：Elsevier，1979 Hydrology: An introduction／Wilfried Brutsaert：Cambridge 地球環境を学ぶための流体力学／伊賀啓太ら：成山堂書店 地球流体力学入門／木村竜治：東京堂出版 参照ホームページ Websites 研究室のホームページ Website of Laboratory http://earth-fe. Turbulent flows Stratified fluids Rotational fluids 準備学習（予習・復習）等の内容と分量 Homework Students are required and review each lesson. . we consider fundamental fluid mechanics and apply to some environmental problems.

As preparation for class. 到達目標 Course Goals Understand Basic flow phenomena in rivers and their methematical modeling. numerical model. One-dimensional model 授業の目標 Course Objectives River flow is one of most important phenomena for administration of water resources. sediment transport. 5% presentation (10 min. a computational assignment is given. 成績評価の基準と方法 Grading System 15% class participation. Basic equations are presented at first and various method of computational fluid dynamics is explained.科目名 Course Title Hydrology and Hydraulics（水文・水理学 E） [Hydrology and Hydraulics] 講義題目 Subtitle 責任教員 Instructor 木村 一郎 [Ichiro KIMURA] (大学院工学研究院) 担当教員 Other Instructors 開講年度 Year 2014 時間割番号 Course Number 092291 開講学期 Semester １学期 単位数 Number of Credits 2 授業形態 Type of Class 講義 対象年次 Year of Eligible Students ～ 言語コード・言語 Language Code. studnets should check the topic of the class. river morphology.hokudai. gather related information form books or web-site (1hr). lakes and embayments focussing on both environment and disaster prevention. Basic knowledge on river sedimentation and morphodynamics. All students of this class are required to make computational programs and solve them by yourself using your own (or your laboratory’s) PC. Owing to the high performance computers and reducing computational expense. This is a training course of computational skills for river flows. Most of times. [1 lecture] (12) Quiz [1 lecture] 準備学習（予習・復習）等の内容と分量 Homework After every class.eng. Language Type 補足事項 Other Information キーワード Key Words river flow.. 30% quiz テキスト・教科書 Textbooks 講義指定図書 Reading List 参照ホームページ Websites 研究室のホームページ Website of Laboratory http://ws3-er.ac. 授業計画 Course Schedule (1) Basic equations for river flows [1 lecture] (2) 1Dnumerical model for river flow model with uniform cross section [1 lecture] (3) 1D numerical model for river flow model with general cross section [2 lecture] (4) Theory on bedload transport [2 lecture] (5) 1D numerical bed morphlogy with bed load [1 lecture] (6) Theory on suspended sediment transport [1 lecture] (7) 1D numeriocal model for bed morphlogy with suspended sediment transport [1 lecture] (8) Theory on sediment tranport of non-uniform bed materials [2 lectures] (9) 1D numerical model for bed morphology with non-uniform sediment transport [1 lectures] (10) Application of 1D numerical models for some practical river problems [1 lectures] (11) Extension to 2D model.river morphydynamic interaction problems. Advanced understanding in practical water resouces problmes in rivers. Basic skills of computer programming are a precondition of this class. positive. Cmputational skills for river flow . 50%: assignments (7-8 assignments including final report are required during the term). students should review the contents of lecture (1hr) and should work on assignment (3-5hrs). the application of numerical models to river flow problems has become more reliable. presentation on water problems in your country). Fundamental skills for modeling and programing on simplified one-dimensional river flows using finite difference and finite volume method. etc.jp/dpr/dpr_eng/?page_id=455 備考 Additional Information . This course outlines the onedimensional (1D) numerical modeling for river flows and river morphology. utilization of GUI software.

Severe environment. Assignment and presentations (40%) and Final examination (40%) テキスト・教科書 Textbooks 1) Handouts made by the course instructor will be distributed. 成績評価の基準と方法 Grading System Class participation and discussion (20%). Martian concrete.concrete under severe environment（環境機能材料科学 E） [Functional Material Science for Environment . (2) The references will be indicated in the handouts 講義指定図書 Reading List 参照ホームページ Websites 研究室のホームページ Website of Laboratory 備考 Additional Information . Properties of hybrid fiber rein-forced concrete under severe environments (marine environment or high temperature) are discussed. Students are required to make related presentations and discussions. Durability. Functional properties of environmental conscious concrete. and solo presentation are required. 授業計画 Course Schedule (1) (2) (3-4) (5-7) Introduction Presentation tactics ? making your speech memorable History of concrete Space concrete as functional material ・Lunar concrete engineering ・Martian concrete engineering ・Group presentation and discussion with selected subjects (8-10) Fire resistant concrete as functional material ・History and importance of fire resistant concrete ・Case study about fire resistance of concrete structure ・Group presentation and discussion (11-15) Environmental conscious materials ・Photocatalytic concrete as functional material ・Controlled low strength material as functional material 準備学習（予習・復習）等の内容と分量 Homework Assignments for group presentation. such as pervious concrete and photocatalytic concrete are studied. Space concrete technology and related topics.科目名 Course Title Functional Material Science for Environment . 到達目標 Course Goals History of concrete. Space concrete 授業の目標 Course Objectives This course offers basic history of concrete since 9000 years ago and space concrete properties under severe environment such as lunar concrete. The homework will help next lecture. Presentation. concrete technology under severe environments.concrete under severe environment] 講義題目 Subtitle 責任教員 Instructor 堀口 敬 [Takashi HORIGUCHI] (大学院工学研究院) 担当教員 Other Instructors 開講年度 Year 2014 時間割番号 Course Number 092293 開講学期 Semester ２学期 単位数 Number of Credits 2 授業形態 Type of Class 講義 対象年次 Year of Eligible Students ～ 言語コード・言語 Language Code. Language Type 補足事項 Other Information キーワード Key Words Environmental aspects for concrete engineering.

Deformation characteristics. 4.eng. The assignments may either be in English or Japanese. will assist their learning. with their advantages and disadvantages properly understood. Learning how to make geotechnical predictions based on knowledge of soil behaviour. a cornerstone of the present-day soil mechanics. 到達目標 Course Goals (1) (2) (3) Learning a range of laboratory and in-situ testing methods. テキスト・教科書 Textbooks Documents will be distributed online where necessary. Learning fundamentals of soil mechanics and soil behaviour. 準備学習（予習・復習）等の内容と分量 Homework While preparation for lecture sessions is not essential. Mohr-Coulomb model and Modified Cam Clay model.ac.jp/labo/soilmech/lectures/SM_nishimura_en. and time-effects.eng. This will enable them to devise appropriate investigation schemes and select analytical methods in practice. They include.html 研究室のホームページ Website of Laboratory http://www.ac. Effective stress and pore water pressure (1 week): The concept of effective stress. see the URL below. and its interpretation through constitutive modelling. the students are instead encouraged to review well the highlights of the lectures afterwards. 2. unsaturated soil’s behaviour. such as stress and strain. 6. 3. . Assignments. Soil behaviour: From small to very large strains (6 weeks): The stress-strain behaviour of a wide range of geomaterials is reviewed at different strain levels. with additional scores given to those who actively participate in the lectures by invoking useful discussions and inputting constructive thoughts. among others. Language 1 英語で行う授業 Type 補足事項 Other Information キーワード Key Words Geomaterials. Strength. thermal effects. Laboratory and field tools to investigate soil’s deformation characteristics are introduced. The students are expected to learn the significance of soil’s mechanical characteristics in making prediction of ground deformation and failure. handed out at regular intervals (typically 5 small assignments in total). with simple analysis of soil-water coupled compression. dilatancy. The work may involve venturing out of the contents delivered by the lecturer and finding additional information elsewhere.hokudai. are introduced.jp/labo/soilmech/lectures/SM_nishimura_en. 授業計画 Course Schedule 1. cross-anisotropic elasticity theory. Fundamentals of continuum mechanics (2 weeks): Fundamental concepts in continuum mechanics. They include: non-linearity of stress-strain relationships.hokudai. 講義指定図書 Reading List 参照ホームページ Websites http://www. etc. Constitutive model 授業の目標 Course Objectives This lecture course will discuss fundamental behaviour of geomaterials based on findings from laboratory and field testing. Two examples of elasto-plastic soil models. 成績評価の基準と方法 Grading System The full score consists of attendance (30 %) and assignments (70%). is revisited. are revisited in particular reference to soil mechanics application. Elasto-plastic description of soil behaviour (3 weeks): Fundamentals of elasto-plasticity are introduced and their application to describing soil behaviour discussed. Compression behaviour of soil (1 week): Compression behaviour of soil is discussed to demonstrate the influence of geologically-occurring natural structure on soil characteristics. along with relevant theories and concepts. Field testing.科目名 Course Title Soil Mechanics（土質力学 E） [Soil Mechanics] 講義題目 Subtitle 責任教員 Instructor 西村 聡 [Satoshi NISHIMURA] (大学院工学研究院) 担当教員 Other Instructors 開講年度 Year 2014 時間割番号 Course Number 092294 開講学期 Semester １学期 単位数 Number of Credits 2 授業形態 Type of Class 講義 対象年次 Year of Eligible Students ～ 言語コード・言語 Language Code. Laboratory testing.html 備考 Additional Information Students who do not specialise in civil engineering may attend the class but basic knowledge of soil mechanics is required. 5. cyclic behaviour. Further topics (1 week): The topics that cannot be covered in this lecture but are nevertheless important are given a brief look for students’ further study.