CEE 453 - Urban Hydrology and Hydraulics
|Geometric Design of Roads||CEE415||IP||31716||LCD||4||1500 - 1650||M W F||2311 Newmark Civil Engineering Bldg||Arthur R Schmidt|
|Urban Hydrology and Hydraulics||CEE453||IP||31728||LCD||4||1500 - 1650||M W F||2311 Newmark Civil Engineering Bldg||Arthur R Schmidt|
|Urban Hydrology and Hydraulics||CEE453||ONL||44664||ONL||4||-||Arthur R Schmidt|
This combined course (453/415) will cover the geometric design of roadway and associated drainage. The topics to be covered in the combined course are vehicle-driver characteristics, safety and sight distances, horizontal and vertical alignment, interchanges, earthwork and mass-haul, hydrologic computations, design of various hydraulic structures, flood-plain computations, scour and erosion control design, and storm-water best management practices. A major component of the class is a semester long, team-oriented design project of a roadway including drainage calculations and hydraulic structures. (Credit is not given for both CEE 415 and CEE 453.)
4 hours (counts toward the certificate in Environmental and Water Resources Engineering)
A course in Transportation Engineering (CEE 310).