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This course is designed to be given to non engineering students in the field of land and water, soils and irrigation, natural resources and water resources. It combines fluid mechanics and hydraulic engineering courses in a simple applied course. This course covers basic fluid mechanics and hydraulics, including the physical proprieties of fluid, the calculation of pressures and forces exerted by static fluids and the principles of conservation of mass, energy and momentum. In addition, it covers Bernoulli’s principle and the use of various energy loss equations. The hydraulic principles will applied to understanding and solving problems related to: flow in pipes and pipe networks, characteristics and selection of pumps, uniform and non-uniform flow in open channel and flow measurement. Topics such as hydraulics of groundwater and dimensionless analysis will be covered if time permits
2013-2014
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