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Introduction to the Course

Descriptive Information
 Prerequisite: ENSC 16b
 3 units
 2 hours lecture, 3 hours computation
 Course description: Application of hydraulic
principles in the design of water control structures

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Topics to be Covered
 Properties of Fluids
 Fluid Statics
 Dams and Spillways
 Fluid Flow Concepts
 Pipe Flow
 Pipe Network Analysis
 Steady and Unsteady Flow in Open Channels
 Fluid Flow Measurement
 Sediment Transport
 Environmental Hydraulics
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Class Policy
 Students who are caught or proven to be cheating will
automatically be penalized with a grade of 5.0 in the
course. Cheating is defined as:
 Copying or providing the means to copy a classmate’s exam
answers, computational exercise, etc;
 Allowing classmate to copy from one’s own exam answer,
computational exercise, etc;
 Possession and/or use of cheat devises during an
examination;
 Allowing another person to take an examination in one’s
name, and/or impersonating another student or allowing
someone to impersonate oneself in an academic activity
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Class Policy
 University rules on attendance will be followed
 20 minutes late will be considered absent. However, he
may still listen to the lecture and take the quiz should
the instructor give one.
 Max of 10 total absences (both in lecture and
computation).
 Upon exceeding 10 absences, subject will be dropped if
majority are excused, otherwise a grade of 5 will be
given.

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Class Policy
 Most exercises will be done in class and by group
 Use A4 size papers
 For missed exercise due to unexcused absence,
score = 0
 For missed exercise due to excused absence,
missed exercise will be removed from
computation of pre-final grade

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Class Policy
 At most four (4) long examinations will be given
throughout the course. No exam shall be voided
 For missed exam due to serious reasons, the
final exam will serve as the replacement exam,
provided that the student submits an excuse
letter duly signed by the college secretary;
otherwise, the student will receive a zero score
for the missed exam.

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Class Policy
 There will be a group project – the details of
which will be explained later.

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Grading System
 Pre-final Grade

Exams 60%
Quizzes 10%
Project 10%
Exercises 20%

TOTAL 100%

 Final Grade = 0.7Pre-final grade + 0.3Final exam


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Grading System
 Final Grade Concordance Table

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Class Policy
 A student with a prefinal standing of at least 68%
and with no long exam below 50% shall be
exempted from taking the final exam
 The score that will be considered for exemption
is the raw score, not the score including bonuses
(should the instructor give some)
 A student who is exempted will be given a chance
to still take the final exam and the final exam
grade will not be considered if it is lower than
the student’s prefinal grade.
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References
 Mariott, M.J., Featherstone, R.E., & Nalluri, C. (2009).
Civil Engineering Hydraulics (5th ed). UK: John Wiley
& Sons Ltd.
 White, F.M. (1998). Fluid Mechanics. (4th ed).
McGraw-Hill
 Chow, V.T. (1959). Open Channel Hydraulics. Mc-
Graw-Hill
 Novak, P., Moffat, A.I.B., Nalluri, C., and Narayanan, R.
(2007). Hydraulic Structures. (4th ed). Taylor and
Francis
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Assignment – 5x7 INDEX CARD
Used to determine groupmates for the exercise

CE141 x-#C
Surname, firstname, mi
Student number | SAIS number (both)
UPMAIL ADDRESS Nickname
College address
Home address
Contact number
(draw schedule at the back)
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Google Classroom:
 For announcements, submissions, etc.

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