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31001 Ocean Wave Mechanics

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31002 Sediment Transport

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31003 Environmental Fluid Mechanics

T Yamada

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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

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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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Level: 1-fundamental, 2-advanced, 3-applied, 4-fundamental&advanced, 5-fundamental&applied, 6-advanced&applied

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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.

The river morphology is self-organized by the interaction between the flow and the channel configuration. relations for channel resistance. suspended load. river morphology 授業の目標 Course Objectives Morphology and configuration of river channels are determined by the sediment movement due to flow. and advanced and integrated land use planning. antidunes.hokudai. particle in a moving fluid. Venant stability model (14) Stability Analysis of Bedforms 2 ? shear flow model 準備学習(予習・復習)等の内容と分量 Homework Five to six assignments during a term 成績評価の基準と方法 Grading System 60 %: assignments (5-6 assignments during a term). terminal fall velocity in quiescent fluid. morphodynamics. sediment transport. 40 %: final exam (or final project) テキスト・教科書 Textbooks Sedimentation Engineering/Marcelo H. and morphodynamics in rivers. and predict the morphological change of river beds To acquire the ability to solve sediment transport problems and morphological problems caused by sediment transport To understand linear and nonlinear stability analyses applicable to problems related to sediment transport and river morphology 授業計画 Course Schedule (1) Introduction (2) Sediment Properties ? rock types.hokudai. ripples. smorgasbord of bedload transport relations (10) Suspended Sediment Transport 1 ? mass conservation of suspended sediment.ac. diffusion of turbulence (6) Macroscopic View of Sediment Transport ? bedload. Reynolds decomposition (4) Review of Fluid Mechanics 2 ? bed shear stress. specific gravity. Daily.eng. It is important to predict river morphology formed under given conditions from viewpoints of flood protection. bars (13) Stability Analysis of Bedforms 1 ? one-dimensional St. Rousean distribution of suspended sediment (11) Suspended Sediment Transport 2 ? vertically-averaged concentration.W. modified St. porosity. needed to solve a variety of river engineering problems. Venant model of bedform stability. 到達目標 Course Goals To understand the concepts of mechanics underlying sediment transport processes and morphological evolution of river beds To obtain the ability to evaluate sediment transport in rivers.科目名 Course Title Sediment Transport(土砂輸送特論 E) [Sediment Transport] 講義題目 Subtitle 責任教員 Instructor 泉 典洋 [Norihiro IZUMI] (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 092289 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.ac.jp/ 備考 Additional Information PARE 発展科目(This is a PARE Core Cluster Subject) . Exner equation (7) Threshold Condition for Sediment Motion ? Critical stress for flow over a granular bed. One of the objectives of this lecture is to obtain advanced knowledge on fluid mechanics. but the flow itself is in turn strongly affected by the channel configuration. sediment transport. Raudkivi:Pergamon,1990 参照ホームページ Websites http://earth-fe. Language 1 英語で行う授業 Type 補足事項 Other Information キーワード Key Words fluid mechanics. size. open channel flow.html 研究室のホームページ Website of Laboratory http://earth-fe. Venant shallow water equations (5) Equations of Particle Motion ? particle moving through quiescent fluid. Harleman:Addison-Wesley,1966 Loose Boundary Hydraulics/J. size distribution. Shields diagram (8) Mechanics of Bedload Transport 1 ? Bagnold hypothesis of bedload transport (9) Mechanics of Bedload Transport 2 ? Ashida-Michiue formula. relation for sediment entrainment (12) Descriptive Analysis of Bedforms ? introduction of bedform mechanics. and D. St. collision with the bed. sustainable development of water resources.eng. shape (3) Review of Fluid Mechanics 1 ? Navier-Stokes equations. R. Garcia:ASCE Handouts prepared by the instructor 講義指定図書 Reading List Fluid Dynamics/J.jp/lecture/SedimentTransport. dunes.

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.

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. properties. assignment (20%) and final examination (60%) テキスト・教科書 Textbooks Handouts are distributed. It is expected to be discussed what environment-friendly cementitious materials and construction should be. JSCE Guidelines for Concrete.M. Kumar Mehta.科目名 Course Title Environmental Concrete Engineering(環境コンクリート E) [Environmental Concrete Engineering] 講義題目 Subtitle 責任教員 Instructor 杉山 隆文 [Takafumi SUGIYAMA] (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 092292 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. Durability. No. 2006. Monteiro. Evaluation of environmental concrete. structure. 到達目標 Course Goals Learning environmental aspects related to concrete engineering 授業計画 Course Schedule (1) Introduction (2) Recent topics on environmental aspects related to civil engineering (3-4) Definition and features of Environmental Concrete (5-7) Environmental performance for concrete structures ・Life cycle assessment for concrete structures ・Use of inventory data for calculation of environmental impact (8-10) Properties of Environmental Concrete ・Requirement as an Environmental Concrete ・Load bearing capacities ・Resistance to severe climatic conditions ・Transport properties such as ions and gaseous matters (11-15) Presentation and discussion with selected topics by students ・Prepare related topics for presentation: PPT can be used ・Making your presentation slides communicate and your speech memorable ・Discussion toward development and deepening of the concept of Environmental Concrete ・Discussion toward future trend of Environmental Concrete -What it should be・Discussion toward practical applications and prospective fields for Environmental Con-crete 準備学習(予習・復習)等の内容と分量 Homework Read handouts and related articles. First. and materials / P. 成績評価の基準と方法 Grading System class participation and presentation (20%). reports and papers before attending each class (about 1 hour).7. the definition of the environmental concrete is described and how environmental concrete can contribute to the reduction of environmental impact through the life span is discussed. Students are asked to make presentation for related topics on environmental aspects of concrete structures.It is advisable to have interests in environmental aspects related to civil engineering and construction industry. Then the properties of high performance concrete are explained in terms of environmental aspects of concrete structures. After a class review them to deepen the knowledge on the subjects (about 2hours). As a reference the following book is recommended: (1) Concrete . . Language Type 補足事項 Other Information キーワード Key Words Environmental aspects for concrete engineering. Paulo J. Prtice-Hall (Available at Library) (2) Recommendation of Environmental Performance Verification for Concrete Structures (Draft). Presentation 授業の目標 Course Objectives This course outlines basic concept and several applications and problems for environmental concrete engineering.

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.

6. 到達目標 Course Goals A student taking a course attains the engineering design ability to deal with geotechnical problems encountered with actual designing of earth structures and foundations rationally by applying numerical simulations based on the soil mechanics. Please contact the instructor if you need further advice. Introductions of the hydraulic boundary conditions relevant to geotechnical engineering. e. テキスト・教科書 Textbooks There is no one text that adequately responds to the goals and topics of this lecture. the hardening/softening rules. constitutive models. Introduction Introduction of geotechnical analyses dealing with the interaction between soil and structures. sinks. Introductions of some elasto-plastic constitutive models such as Mohr-Coulomb model and Cam clay model and advanced constitutive models such as a model with multiple yield and plastic potential surfaces. Numerical analysis for nonlinear materials Descriptions of the modeling and formalization of material nonlinearity in geotechnical materials and geometrical nonlinearity at the interaction between soil and structures. pore pressure calculation. 3. Finite element theory for geotechnical materials Introductions of new aspects in FE analysis for geotechnical problems. Application of FEM to geotechnical problems Introductions of case studies in applying FEM to geotechnical problems such as tunnels. 準備学習(予習・復習)等の内容と分量 Homework While preparation for lecture sessions is not essential. Language 1 英語で行う授業 Type 補足事項 Other Information キーワード Key Words geomaterials. 5. the results of reports and presentations given during the course (40%) and final examination (50%). 成績評価の基準と方法 Grading System based on attendance (10%). elastic and elasto-plastic soil behavior and soil behavior related with flow of pore fluid through soil skeleton are introduced. Some readings and handouts will be prepared for you. slopes.g. Assignments.科目名 Course Title Geotechnical Analysis(地盤解析学 E) [Geotechnical Analysis] 講義題目 Subtitle 責任教員 Instructor 石川 達也 [Tatsuya ISHIKAWA] (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 092295 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. the deformations produced by external forces. will assist their learning.g. embankments and foundations. sources. Elasto-plastic constitutive models for geotechnical materials Descriptions of the theoretical approach to elasto-plastic soil behavior. 4. e. Introduction of numerical approach to deal with nonlinearity of soil behavior. e. nonlinear behavior. and the nonlinear permeability models concerned with void ratio or the mean effective stress. construction process and excavation process. the students are instead encouraged to review well the highlights of the lectures afterwards. infiltration and precipitation. 授業計画 Course Schedule 1. boundary conditions. formulation of the elasto-plastic constitutive matrix. Descriptions of their theoretical background and limits in application. numerical analysis 授業の目標 Course Objectives Theoretical backgrounds for Finite Element Method (FEM) in geotechnical engineering are outlined. handed out at appropriate intervals. the yield and plastic potential surfaces. Coupled analysis for seepage and consolidation problems Descriptions of the basic modeling and formalization of coupled finite element analysis for soil behavior related with the pore water pressure response dependent on soil permeability. with the limiting condition for the equilibrium of soil masses. Numerical modeling for linearity and nonlinearity of soil behavior. 2. finite elements to model structures and interfaces. earth retaining structures. 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 .g. Description of restriction and pitfalls in modeling and analyzing the complex soil behavior. Potential advantages of numerical analysis over the more conventional approaches currently in use are provided. Outlines of methods obtaining geothechnical parameters through laboratory and in-situ testing. Obtaining numerical parameters from laboratory and in-situ tests and case studies of FE analysis are outlined.

with particular emphasis on cases involving soft clay. 2.jp/labo/soilmech/lectures/DMG_tanaka_en. Land filling (2 weeks) : Review the Japanese history for using costal areas. The assignment is evaluated based on students’ performance (both as presenter and discusser) in the colloquia. Settlement.hokudai. mitigating and designing against them. each accompanied by actual case histories. Ground improvement. Language 1 英語で行う授業 Type 補足事項 Other Information キーワード Key Words Geotechnical disaster. 3. Ground characterization (2 weeks): Field and laboratory tools and techniques are introduced and how they are combined to successfully diagnose ground characteristics and conditions is discussed. the students are instead encouraged to review well highlights of the lectures afterwards. will assist their learning. 準備学習(予習・復習)等の内容と分量 Homework While preparation for lecture sessions is not essential. (2) Learning a range of predictive methods and countermeasures. Ground settlement (3 week): Problems related to ground settlement will be discussed. Earthquake. Geoenvironment 授業の目標 Course Objectives The aim of this lecture course is to layout mechanisms behind different types of geotechnical disasters and to develop logical thinking in predicting. with additional scores given to those who actively participate in the lectures by invoking useful discussions and inputting constructive thoughts. テキスト・教科書 Textbooks Documents will be distributed online where necessary. Ground contamination.ac. Introduction (1 week): An overview of various types of geotechnical disasters will be given. Each student is to report on at least two case histories. 授業計画 Course Schedule 1. The students are also expected to acquire knowledge of various actual case histories as a guide to future engineering decision making. Colloquia: Case histories (4 weeks): A suite of interactive colloquia will be held to discuss case histories of geotechnical disasters and countering work. picking up recent case studies. The state of art in the techniques will be reviewed. 4. 7. 到達目標 Course Goals (1) Learning different types of geotechnical disasters and mechanisms behind them.科目名 Course Title Disaster Mitigation Geotechnology(地盤防災学 E) [Disaster Mitigation Geotechnology] 講義題目 Subtitle 責任教員 Instructor 田中 洋行 [Hiroyuki TANAKA] (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 092298 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. 5. 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://www. 成績評価の基準と方法 Grading System The full score consists of attendance (30 %) and assignments (70%). Ground improvement and reinforcement (2 weeks): Principles and applications of ground improvement and reinforcement as mitigation measures will be discussed. Assignments.html 備考 Additional Information . 6.eng. handed out at regular intervals. Earthquake-related disasters (1 week): Earthquake-related geotechnical disasters will be discussed in terms of mechanisms and available predictive and countering methods. (3) Understanding the relationship between fundamental soil behaviour and geotechnical disasters. selecting particular topics.

5. Prediction methods of soil liquefaction Descriptions of various prediction methods of soil liquefaction ranged from simple methods based on a topographic map and a liquefaction history to detailed methods based on the results of laboratory element tests and seismic response analysis. 2. will assist their learning. Finally.g. Introduction of liquefaction-induced ground failure at a massive earthquake. typical liquefaction assessments based on numerical methods and disaster prevention measure for soil liquefaction are introduced. 授業計画 Course Schedule 1. Language 1 英語で行う授業 Type 補足事項 Other Information キーワード Key Words soil liquefaction. drainage condition and characteristics of seismic vibration. 4. Assignments. Dynamic behavior of soil ground and its numerical modeling Descriptions of the dynamics behavior of soil ground by various kinds of dynamic loading. handed out at appropriate intervals. methods of microzonation for liquefaction-induced ground failure. dynamic behavior. earthquake. テキスト・教科書 Textbooks There is no one text that adequately responds to the goals and topics of this lecture. cyclic triaxial compression test and standard penetration test. 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 . the results of reports and presentations given during the course (40%) and final examination (50%). and descriptions of the effects on the improvement in the earthquake-resistant performance of foundations and earth structures. Some readings and handouts will be prepared for you. the students are instead encouraged to review well the highlights of the lectures afterwards. disaster prevention measure 授業の目標 Course Objectives Dynamics behavior of soil ground and earth structure subjected to vibration and soil liquefaction at the earthquake are studied. Mechanism of soil liquefaction and its damage Descriptions of the mechanism of soil liquefaction at an earthquake in terms of soil mechanics. with its representative modeling methods. 到達目標 Course Goals A student taking a course attains the engineering design ability to deal with geotechnical problems encountered with actual designing of earth structures and foundations rationally based on the Geodynamics. First. mechanism of soil liquefaction and its damage to foundation and earth structure are explained along with events triggering soil liquefaction. Please contact the instructor if you need further advice.科目名 Course Title Geodynamics(地盤動力学 E) [Geodynamics] 講義題目 Subtitle 責任教員 Instructor 石川 達也 [Tatsuya ISHIKAWA] (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 092299 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. 成績評価の基準と方法 Grading System based on attendance (10%). Next. e. Factors affecting soil liquefaction Descriptions of the events triggering soil liquefaction in terms of soil property. Introduction of numerical analysis such as dynamic response analysis and zoning methods for liquefaction-induced instability of ground. e. Disaster prevention measure for soil liquefaction Introduction of liquefaction countermeasures based on various principles for the disaster prevention of liquefaction-induced ground failure. 6. Testing method of liquefaction strength Descriptions of the testing methods of laboratory element tests and in-situ tests for the evaluation of dynamic strength-deformation characteristics and liquefaction strength of soils and foundations. dynamic strength-deformation characteristics of soil and its numerical modeling are outlined as well as testing method of dynamic behavior of soils. soils and foundations. 3. damage due to soil liquefaction at the 1995 South Hyogo Prefecture Earthquake.g. 準備学習(予習・復習)等の内容と分量 Homework While preparation for lecture sessions is not essential. initial stress state.

hokudai.ac.eng.jp/yasu/master_e/form. Fluid Dynamics.ac. One-dimensional model of flow.Basic equations are presented at first and various method of computational fluid dynamic is explained.htm) 講義指定図書 Reading List 参照ホームページ Websites http://ws3-er. water quality and sediment transport. final exam 70% テキスト・教科書 Textbooks Handout can be downloaded from the following web address. Water quality and sediment transport. Language 1 英語で行う授業 Type 補足事項 Other Information キーワード Key Words Numerical modeling of flow. (http://ws3er. Computational fluid dynamic. and references are indicated during lectures.科目名 Course Title Computational Hydraulics(数値計算水理学 E) [Computational Hydraulics] 講義題目 Subtitle 責任教員 Instructor 清水 康行 [Yasuyuki SHIMIZU] (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 092297 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. 到達目標 Course Goals Computational Hydraulics.eng.jp/yasu/ 研究室のホームページ Website of Laboratory 備考 Additional Information 環境フィールドの”河川管理工学特論”と同じクラスで開講する . Numerical Calculation. Public Domain Software 授業計画 Course Schedule (1) Introduction Basic equations and outline of flow computational model (2) One-dimensional open channel flow modeling (3) Two-dimensional and three-dimensional modeling (4) Visualization of results of time-dependent flow (5) Sediment transport and river bed deformation modeling (6) Tutorial of public domain software of iRIC and Nays 準備学習(予習・復習)等の内容と分量 Homework 成績評価の基準と方法 Grading System assignment30%. Threedimensional flow modeling 授業の目標 Course Objectives This course outlines numerical modeling of flow.hokudai. Starting from simple one-dimensional model of flow and three-dimensional flow modeling is studied at the end.

iii) a chance to practice and receive guidance on making presentations and preparing presentation materials as well as asking and answering questions. Although it is meant for masters students.科目名 Course Title Advanced Exercise in Field Engineering for Environment(環境フィールド工学特別演習 E) [Advanced Exercise in Field Engineering for Environment] 講義題目 Subtitle 責任教員 Instructor 杉山 隆文 [Takafumi SUGIYAMA] (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 092296 開講学期 Semester 2学期 単位数 Number of Credits 10 授業形態 Type of Class 演習 対象年次 Year of Eligible Students 2~2 対象学科・クラス Eligible Department/Class 環境フィールド工学専攻 言語コード・言語 Language Code. Some seminars may be held jointly with laboratories in the same Division. 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 備考 Additional Information Laboratories that have e3 students will conduct this course in such a way that e3 students can understand and take part in the discussion. research projects or papers chosen by your supervisor. . The course content can include studying particular books. etc. some supervisors require 4th year undergraduate and doctoral students in their Laboratory to attend. 授業計画 Course Schedule This course is held regularly throughout the year in seminar form. 準備学習(予習・復習)等の内容と分量 Homework 成績評価の基準と方法 Grading System Based on how well prepared you are for the seminar. participation in the discussions. and general performance. presentation of the research results obtained by each student under their supervision. 到達目標 Course Goals To gain an ability to analyze scientific issues from a wider perspective. Language Type 補足事項 Other Information キーワード Key Words 授業の目標 Course Objectives The aim of this course is to provide you with i) additional and up-to-date knowledge relevant to your research but not covered in regular courses. ii) an opportunity for you to learn about and at the same time contribute to on-going research that other students in your Laboratory and/or Division are conducting. your presentation.

準備学習(予習・復習)等の内容と分量 Homework 成績評価の基準と方法 Grading System Based on how well prepared you are for the seminar. 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 備考 Additional Information Laboratories that have e3 students will conduct this course in such a way that e3 students can understand and take part in the discussion. research projects or papers chosen by your supervisor. etc. Although it is meant for doctoral students. participation in the discussions. and general performance. 授業計画 Course Schedule This course is held regularly throughout the year in seminar form. some supervisors require 4th year undergraduate and master students in their Laboratory to attend. iii) a chance to practice and receive guidance on making presentations and preparing presentation materials as well as asking and answering questions. . The course content can include studying particular books. your presentation. presentation of the research results obtained by each student under their supervision. ii) an opportunity for you to learn about and at the same time contribute to on-going research that other students in your Laboratory and/or Division are conducting. Language Type 補足事項 Other Information キーワード Key Words 授業の目標 Course Objectives The aim of this course is to provide you with i) additional and up-to-date knowledge relevant to your research but not covered in regular courses. Some seminars may be held jointly with laboratories in the same Division. 到達目標 Course Goals To gain an ability to analyze scientific issues from a wider perspective.科目名 Course Title Advanced Study in Field Engineering for Environment(環境フィールド工学特別研究 E) [Advanced Study in Field Engineering for Environment] 講義題目 Subtitle 責任教員 Instructor 杉山 隆文 [Takafumi SUGIYAMA] (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 093022 開講学期 Semester 通年 単位数 Number of Credits 2 授業形態 Type of Class 演習 対象年次 Year of Eligible Students ~ 対象学科・クラス Eligible Department/Class 環境フィールド工学専攻 言語コード・言語 Language Code.