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Application of Informatics in Water Sector
Used after the finish of their discipline adult education information technologies in the water farm The students have knowing of quantifiable analysis of concrete parameters of systems of water entities of the base On Spatial Manageable Hydraulic, As well hydrological models. They can use different parameters for rule of the models with goalgetting different draft resolutions with concrete applied enclosure. It watches particularly their use at solving real problems in the masterminding pays ...
Application of Informatics in Water Sector
Used after the finish of their discipline adult education information technologies in the water farm The students have knowing of quantifiable analysis of concrete parameters of systems of water entities of the base On Spatial Manageable Hydraulic, As well hydrological models. They can use different parameters for rule of the models with goalgetting different draft resolutions with concrete applied enclosure. It watches particularly their use at solving real problems in the masterminding pays ...
Application of Informatics in Water Sector
Used after the finish of their discipline adult education information technologies in the water farm The students have knowing of quantifiable analysis of concrete parameters of systems of water entities of the base On Spatial Manageable Hydraulic, As well hydrological models. They can use different parameters for rule of the models with goalgetting different draft resolutions with concrete applied enclosure. It watches particularly their use at solving real problems in the masterminding pays ...
Application of Informatics in Water Sector
Used after the finish of their discipline adult education information technologies in the water farm The students have knowing of quantifiable analysis of concrete parameters of systems of water entities of the base On Spatial Manageable Hydraulic, As well hydrological models. They can use different parameters for rule of the models with goalgetting different draft resolutions with concrete applied enclosure. It watches particularly their use at solving real problems in the masterminding pays ...
Basic Course of Water Engineering
Main topics in the fields of Hydrology, Hydraulics, Dams, Hydropower plants, Irrigation, Water Supply and Sewerage Systems and River Training Works will be studied. It is supposed after the course completing, the students will be able to solve problems in these fields and carry out the needed surveying, connected with the designing, tracing, building and maintenance of the hydraulic structures. It is taken into account that the students have successfully been completed the courses of ...
Basic Course of Water Engineering
Main topics in the fields of Hydrology, Hydraulics, Dams, Hydropower plants, Irrigation, Water Supply and Sewerage Systems and River Training Works will be studied. It is supposed after the course completing, the students will be able to solve problems in these fields and carry out the needed surveying, connected with the designing, tracing, building and maintenance of the hydraulic structures. It is taken into account that the students have successfully been completed the courses of ...
Digital Simulation in Hydraulic Engineering
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The subject includes computer-aided numerical simulation of some major hydraulic engineering tasks - calculation of steady and non-steady flows in open channels and pressure pipelines, as well as filtration under hydraulic structures and water supply systems. The widely applied method of finite elements for modelling of steady and non-steady potential flow is described - filtration, heat conduction equation, non-vortex flow, convective diffusion flow, etc. Solutions of other typical hydraulic ...
Digital Simulation in Hydraulic Engineering
The subject includes computer-aided numerical simulation of some major hydraulic engineering tasks - calculation of steady and non-steady flows in open channels and pressure pipelines, as well as filtration under hydraulic structures and water supply systems. The widely applied method of finite elements for modelling of steady and non-steady potential flow is described - filtration, heat conduction equation, non-vortex flow, convective diffusion flow, etc. Solutions of other typical hydraulic ...
Engineering Hydrology
The training in this subject has a goal to give students a knowledge for the hydrological processes that are important in designing, building and management of the water supply, sewerage, irrigation and drainage networks as well as hydraulic structures. In the course are presented all main processes involved into the hydrological cycle such as precipitation, evaporation, infiltration and river runoff. Subject of learning are the methods for assessment of the basic hydrological characteristics ...
Engineering Hydrology
The training in this subject has a goal to give students a knowledge for the hydrological processes that are important in designing, building and management of the water supply, sewerage, irrigation and drainage networks as well as hydraulic structures. In the course are presented all main processes involved into the hydrological cycle such as precipitation, evaporation, infiltration and river runoff. Subject of learning are the methods for assessment of the basic hydrological characteristics ...
Engineering Hydrology
The training in this subject has a goal to give students a knowledge for the hydrological processes that are important in designing, building and management of the water supply, sewerage, irrigation and drainage networks as well as hydraulic structures. In the course are presented all main processes involved into the hydrological cycle such as precipitation, evaporation, infiltration and river runoff. Subject of learning are the methods for assessment of the basic hydrological characteristics ...
Engineering Hydrology
The training in this subject has a goal to give students a knowledge for the hydrological processes that are important in designing, building and management of the water supply, sewerage, irrigation and drainage networks as well as hydraulic structures. In the course are presented all main processes involved into the hydrological cycle such as precipitation, evaporation, infiltration and river runoff. Subject of learning are the methods for assessment of the basic hydrological characteristics ...
Engineering Hydrology - Project Assignment
Students learn and apply in more detail statistical and water balance methods in hydrological studies. They evaluate consecutively the quality of the primary hydrological data: discharge rating curves, annual runoff characteristics and seasonal distribution of the runoff, design flood and retention in the reservoir, ecological water discharges and wind wave characteristics of the reservoir lake.
Engineering Hydrology - Project Assignment
Students learn and apply in more detail statistical and water balance methods in hydrological studies. They evaluate consecutively the quality of the primary hydrological data: discharge rating curves, annual runoff characteristics and seasonal distribution of the runoff, design flood and retention in the reservoir, ecological water discharges and wind wave characteristics of the reservoir lake.
Engineering Hydrology - Project Assignment
Students learn and apply in more detail statistical and water balance methods in hydrological studies. They evaluate consecutively the quality of the primary hydrological data: discharge rating curves, annual runoff characteristics and seasonal distribution of the runoff, design flood and retention in the reservoir, ecological water discharges and wind wave characteristics of the reservoir lake.
Engineering Hydrology and Oceanology
The training in this subject has a goal to give students a knowledge for the hydrological processes that important in designing, building and management of the hydraulic structures. In the course are presented all main processes involved into the hydrological cycle such as precipitation, evaporation, infiltration and river runoff. Some problems from oceanology like monitoring of static sea level and features of wind waves and sea currents are considered as well. Subject of learning are the ...
Engineering Hydrology and Oceanology - Project Assignment
Students develop in detail statistical and water balance methods implementation in the hydrological studies. They evaluate consecutively: quality of primary hydrological data - discharge rating curves, annual runoff characteristics and seasonal distribution of the runoff, design flood and retention in a reservoir, ecological water discharges, and wind wave characteristics of a reservoir lake.
Engineering Hydrology II
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The training in Engineering Hydrology - part II has the goal to give knowledge for the hydrological characteristics necessary for water supply systems design. In the necessary consequence, methods of storm analysis, computation of the annual runoff, ecological water discharges, design flood and it's transformation in a natural water channel or reservoir, as well as methods for investigation of the sediment load are described.
Engineering Hydrology II - Project Assignment
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Students learn and apply in more detail statistical and water balance methods in hydrological studies. They evaluate consecutively the quality of the primary hydrological data - discharge rating curves, annual runoff characteristics and seasonal distribution of the runoff, design flood and retention in the reservoir, ecological water discharges, evaporation and water balance of the reservoir.
Engineering Hydrology І
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Students learn the basics of hydrology and its development. In the necessary natural consequence are presented the processes of heat exchange, evaporation – condensation processes, surface and underground water flow, as well as water content in soils and filtration into deep geological structures.
Engineering Hydrology І - Project Assignment
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Students compute the heat balance components for given catchment area, potential and total evaporation; they analyse the infiltration process, surface and underground components of the runoff on the basis of the precipitation and soil characteristics. The project is finishing with assessment of the water balance components for the catchment area studied.
Free elective practical training in "Coastal Engineering"
Students shall be exposed to problems related to the collection of field data. The main topics are: ·Hydrographic survey work related to coastal protection work; ·Wave measurements; ·Process measurements (tetrapods and natural rock characteristics); ·Beach evolution; ·Quarry operations; Visit to some ports in operation and under construction as well as Landslide under stabilization works.
Free elective practical training in "Coastal Engineering"
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Students shall be exposed to problems related to the collection of field data. The main topics are: ·Hydrographic survey work related to coastal protection work; ·Wave measurements; ·Process measurements (tetrapods and natural rock characteristics); ·Beach evolution; ·Quarry operations; Visit to some ports in operation and under construction as well as Landslide under stabilization works.
Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
The course acquaints students with the following topics: Physical and mechanical properties of ideal and real fluids, hydrostatic pressure, head, hydrostatic forces on plane figures; Kinematics and dynamics of ideal and real fluid flow - Euler's equations of motion, Continuity equation and Navier-Stockes equations; Principles of conservation of mass, energy and momentum. Theory of one dimensional flow; Energy (Bernoulli's) equation for inviscid fluid. The following problems - potential flow, ...
Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
The course acquaints students with the following topics: Physical and mechanical properties of ideal and real fluids, hydrostatic pressure, head, hydrostatic forces on plane figures; Kinematics and dynamics of ideal and real fluid flow - Euler's equations of motion, Continuity equation and Navier-Stockes equations; Principles of conservation of mass, energy and momentum. Theory of one dimensional flow; Energy (Bernoulli's) equation for inviscid fluid. The following problems - potential flow, ...
Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
The course acquaints students with the following topics: Physical and mechanical properties of ideal and real fluids, hydrostatic pressure, head, hydrostatic forces on plane figures; Kinematics and dynamics of ideal and real fluid flow - Euler's equations of motion, Continuity equation and Navier-Stockes equations; Principles of conservation of mass, energy and momentum. Theory of one dimensional flow; Energy (Bernoulli's) equation for inviscid fluid. The following problems - potential flow, ...
Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
The course acquaints students with the following topics: Physical and mechanical properties of ideal and real fluids, hydrostatic pressure, head, hydrostatic forces on plane figures; Kinematics and dynamics of ideal and real fluid flow - Euler's equations of motion, Continuity equation and Navier-Stockes equations; Principles of conservation of mass, energy and momentum. Theory of one dimensional flow; Energy (Bernoulli's) equation for inviscid fluid. The following problems - potential flow, ...
Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
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The course acquaints students with the following topics: Physical and mechanical properties of ideal and real fluids, hydrostatic pressure, head, hydrostatic forces on plane figures; Kinematics and dynamics of ideal and real fluid flow - Euler's equations of motion, Continuity equation and Navier-Stockes equations; Principles of conservation of mass, energy and momentum. Theory of one dimensional flow; Energy (Bernoulli's) equation for inviscid fluid. The following problems - potential flow, ...
Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
The course acquaints students with the following topics: Physical and mechanical properties of ideal and real fluids, hydrostatic pressure, head, hydrostatic forces on plane figures; Kinematics and dynamics of ideal and real fluid flow - Euler's equations of motion, Continuity equation and Navier-Stockes equations; Principles of conservation of mass, energy and momentum. Theory of one dimensional flow; Energy (Bernoulli's) equation for inviscid fluid. The following problems - potential flow, ...
Hydraulics
The subject offers knowledge of the real (viscouse) fluid flows. The Bernoulli’s and Reinold’s equations for entire steady & unsteady flow as well as the hydraulic characteristics of laminar and turbulent flows are considered. The methods for hydraulic calculations of both steady flow in closed conduits and free surface flow are introduced. Special attention is drawn on the transients. The hydraulic calculation for different types of weirs, spillways, lateral discharge structures and ...
Hydraulics
The subject offers knowledge of the real (viscouse) fluid flows. The Bernoulli’s and Reinold’s equations for entire steady & unsteady flow as well as the hydraulic characteristics of laminar and turbulent flows are considered. The methods for hydraulic calculations of both steady flow in closed conduits and free surface flow are introduced. Special attention is drawn on the transients. The hydraulic calculation for different types of weirs, spillways, lateral discharge structures and ...
Hydraulics
The subject offers knowledge of the real (viscouse) fluid flows. The Bernoulli’s and Reinold’s equations for entire steady & unsteady flow as well as the hydraulic characteristics of laminar and turbulent flows are considered. The methods for hydraulic calculations of both steady flow in closed conduits and free surface flow are introduced. Special attention is drawn on the transients. The hydraulic calculation for different types of weirs, spillways, lateral discharge structures and ...
Hydraulics
The subject offers knowledge of the real (viscouse) fluid flows. The Bernoulli’s and Reinold’s equations for entire steady & unsteady flow as well as the hydraulic characteristics of laminar and turbulent flows are considered. The methods for hydraulic calculations of both steady flow in closed conduits and free surface flow are introduced. Special attention is drawn on the transients. The hydraulic calculation for different types of weirs, spillways, lateral discharge structures and ...
Hydraulics
The subject offers knowledge of the real (viscouse) fluid flows. The Bernoulli’s and Reinold’s equations for entire steady & unsteady flow as well as the hydraulic characteristics of laminar and turbulent flows are considered. The methods for hydraulic calculations of both steady flow in closed conduits and free surface flow are introduced. Special attention is drawn on the transients. The hydraulic calculation for different types of weirs, spillways, lateral discharge structures and ...
Hydraulics
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Hydraulics - Project Assignment
This project covers the application of basic principles in hydraulic design of different structures and includes the following topics: Pressure, pressure measurements analysis and applications, types of fluid flow, energy and continuity equations – hydraulic gradients, head loss computations, pipe friction and minor losses, circular orifice, pipes in series and parallel, analysis of flow in pipe networks, uniform and non uniform flow in open channels – formulae and design of most economical ...
Hydraulics - Project Assignment
This project covers the application of basic principles in hydraulic design of different structures and includes the following topics: Pressure, pressure measurements analysis and applications, types of fluid flow, energy and continuity equations – hydraulic gradients, head loss computations, pipe friction and minor losses, circular orifice, pipes in series and parallel, analysis of flow in pipe networks, uniform and non uniform flow in open channels – formulae and design of most economical ...
Hydraulics - Project Assignment
This project covers the application of basic principles in hydraulic design of different structures and includes the following topics: Pressure, pressure measurements analysis and applications, types of fluid flow, energy and continuity equations – hydraulic gradients, head loss computations, pipe friction and minor losses, circular orifice, pipes in series and parallel, analysis of flow in pipe networks, uniform and non uniform flow in open channels – formulae and design of most economical ...
Hydraulics - Project Assignment
This project covers the application of basic principles in hydraulic design of different structures and includes the following topics: Pressure, pressure measurements analysis and applications, types of fluid flow, energy and continuity equations – hydraulic gradients, head loss computations, pipe friction and minor losses, circular orifice, pipes in series and parallel, analysis of flow in pipe networks, uniform and non uniform flow in open channels – formulae and design of most economical ...
Hydraulics - Project Assignment
This project covers the application of basic principles in hydraulic design of different structures and includes the following topics: Pressure, pressure measurements analysis and applications, types of fluid flow, energy and continuity equations – hydraulic gradients, head loss computations, pipe friction and minor losses, circular orifice, pipes in series and parallel, analysis of flow in pipe networks, uniform and non uniform flow in open channels – formulae and design of most economical ...
Hydraulics I
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The subject offers knowledge of the viscous liquids. The Bernoulli's and Reinold's equations for entire steady & unsteady flow as well as the hydraulic characteristics of laminar and turbulent flows are considered. The methods for hydraulic calculations of both steady and unsteady flow in closed conduits. Special attention is drawn on the transients - water hammer phenomena.
Hydraulics I - Project Assignment
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Topics from the lecture course having practical application are considered in the project: Hydrostatic pressure; Bernouli’s equation; Open channel hydraulics; Weirs and Spillways; Energy dissipators; Hydraulic design of double trapezoidally-shaped river channel; Backwater curve due to bridge piers and abutments; Local scour around bridge piers; Normal depths; Hydraulic design of culverts.
Hydraulics II
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The subject offers knowledge of the real (viscous) fluid flows. The methods for hydraulic calculations of free surface flow are introduced. The hydraulic calculation for different types of weirs, spillways, lateral discharge structures and control gates are considered. Problems of the energy dissipation and the stilling devices are considered. The fundamentals of the ground water flow and seepage through an earth fill dam are discussed in details.
Hydraulics II
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The subject offers knowledge of the real (viscous) fluid flows. The methods for hydraulic calculations of free surface flow are introduced. The hydraulic calculation for different types of weirs, spillways, lateral discharge structures and control gates are considered. Problems of the energy dissipation and the stilling devices are considered. The fundamentals of the ground water flow and seepage through an earth fill dam are discussed in details.
Hydraulics II - Project Assignment
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This project covers the application of the basic principles in hydraulic design of different structures and includes the following topics: pressure, pressure measurements analysis and applications, types of fluid flow energy and continuity equations, introduction to laminar and turbulent flow, energy equation – hydraulic gradients, head loss computations, pipe friction and minor losses, circular orifice, pipes in series and parallel, analysis of flow in pipe networks, uniform and non uniform ...
Hydroinformatics in
The subject includes computer-aided numerical simulation of some major hydraulic engineering tasks - calculation of steady and non-steady flows in open channels and pressure pipelines, as well as filtration under hydraulic structures and water supply systems. The widely applied method of finite elements for modelling of steady and non-steady potential flow is described - filtration, heat conduction equation, non-vortex flow, convective diffusion flow, etc. Solutions of other typical hydraulic ...
Hydroinformatics in Hydraulic Engineering
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The subject includes computer-aided numerical simulation of some major hydraulic engineering tasks - calculation of steady and non-steady flows in open channels and pressure pipelines, as well as filtration under hydraulic structures and water supply systems. The widely applied method of finite elements for modelling of steady and non-steady potential flow is described - filtration, heat conduction equation, non-vortex flow, convective diffusion flow, etc. Solutions of other typical hydraulic ...
Hydroinformatics in Irrigation and Drainage Engineering
The subject includes computer-aided numerical simulation of some major hydraulic engineering tasks - calculation of steady and non-steady flows in open channels and pressure pipelines, as well as filtration under hydraulic structures and water supply systems. The widely applied method of finite elements for modelling of steady and non-steady potential flow is described - filtration, heat conduction equation, non-vortex flow, convective diffusion flow, etc. Solutions of other typical hydraulic ...
Hydroinformatics in Irrigation and Drainage Engineering
The subject includes computer-aided numerical simulation of some major hydraulic engineering tasks - calculation of steady and non-steady flows in open channels and pressure pipelines, as well as filtration under hydraulic structures and water supply systems. The widely applied method of finite elements for modelling of steady and non-steady potential flow is described - filtration, heat conduction equation, non-vortex flow, convective diffusion flow, etc. Solutions of other typical hydraulic ...
Hydroinformatics in Water Supply and Sewerage Systems
The subject includes computer-aided numerical simulation of some major hydraulic engineering tasks - calculation of steady and non-steady flows in open channels and pressure pipelines, as well as filtration under hydraulic structures and water supply systems. The widely applied method of finite elements for modelling of steady and non-steady potential flow is described - filtration, heat conduction equation, non-vortex flow, convective diffusion flow, etc. Solutions of other typical hydraulic ...
Hydrology and Hydraulics
The students should gain the needed minimum of basic knowledge in the field of water sciences. It is supposed that after the course completing, they will be able to solve some hydraulic and hydrological problems in connection with the designing, building and maintenance of the roadway and railway's systems and structures. It is taken into account that the students taking this course are completed successfully the courses of mathematics, theoretical mechanics and building materials. At the end ...
Hydrology and Hydraulics
Basic topics of hydrology and hydraulics are studied. It is expected that after completing the course the students will be able to solve basic tasks in the fields of hydrology and hydraulics related to the design, construction, management and assessment of different hydraulic structures, as well as properties incorporating such structures. It is required that students following this course should have passed the exams of Mathematics and Physics.
Marine Hydrodynamics
The course treats theoretical fundamentals of ocean wind generated waves. Primary emphasis is made on linear water wave theory and its applications, as well as on finite amplitude waves and long waves. Formation of deep-water waves and their transformation by shoaling, refraction and diffraction are also considered. . Mechanics of waves and currents in the nearshore zone: wave breaking, surf zone dynamics, cross and long-shore currents. It also offers knowledge for power nature, amplitude and ...
Marine Hydrodynamics
The course treats theoretical fundamentals of ocean wind generated waves. Primary emphasis is made on linear water wave theory and its applications, as well as on finite amplitude waves and long waves. Formation of deep-water waves and their transformation by shoaling, refraction and diffraction are also considered. . Mechanics of waves and currents in the nearshore zone: wave breaking, surf zone dynamics, cross and long-shore currents. It also offers knowledge for power nature, amplitude and ...
Marine Hydrodynamics
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The course treats theoretical fundamentals of ocean wind generated waves. Primary emphasis is made on linear water wave theory and its applications, as well as on finite amplitude waves and long waves. Formation of deep-water waves and their transformation by shoaling, refraction and diffraction are also considered. . Mechanics of waves and currents in the nearshore zone: wave breaking, surf zone dynamics, cross and long-shore currents. It also offers knowledge for power nature, amplitude and ...
Marine Hydrodynamics
The course treats theoretical fundamentals of ocean wind generated waves. Primary emphasis is made on linear water wave theory and its applications, as well as on finite amplitude waves and long waves. Formation of deep-water waves and their transformation by shoaling, refraction and diffraction are also considered. . Mechanics of waves and currents in the nearshore zone: wave breaking, surf zone dynamics, cross and long-shore currents. It also offers knowledge for power nature, amplitude and ...
Practical Training in "Computation in Hydraulics"
A personal computer connected in local network is placed at student's disposal. During the practice the students acquire habits for self-dependent work in the system, using its network resources, basic commands and programs. Principal knowledge of hydraulics-energy dissipation, conjugation of surface profiles downstream of a dam, side-channel spillways, as well as an orifice flows under unsteady free water surface. Every student makes up a separate input file and as a result he obtain final ...
Practical Training in "Computation in Hydraulics"
A personal computer connected in local network is placed at student's disposal. During the practice the students acquire habits for self-dependent work in the system, using its network resources, basic commands and programs. Principal knowledge of hydraulics-energy dissipation, conjugation of surface profiles downstream of a dam, side-channel spillways, as well as an orifice flows under unsteady free water surface. Every student makes up a separate input file and as a result he obtain final ...
Practical Training in "Computation in Hydraulics"
A personal computer connected in local network is placed at student's disposal. During the practice the students acquire habits for self-dependent work in the system, using its network resources, basic commands and programs. Principal knowledge of hydraulics-energy dissipation, conjugation of surface profiles downstream of a dam, side-channel spillways, as well as an orifice flows under unsteady free water surface. Every student makes up a separate input file and as a result he obtain final ...
Practical Training in "Computation in Hydraulics"
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A personal computer connected in local network is placed at student's disposal. During the practice the students acquire habits for self-dependent work in the system, using its network resources, basic commands and programs. Principal knowledge of hydraulics-energy dissipation, conjugation of surface profiles downstream of a dam, side-channel spillways, as well as an orifice flows under unsteady free water surface. Every student makes up a separate input file and as a result he obtain final ...
Practical Training in "Computation in Hydraulics"
A personal computer connected in local network is placed at student's disposal. During the practice the students acquire habits for self-dependent work in the system, using its network resources, basic commands and programs. Principal knowledge of hydraulics-energy dissipation, conjugation of surface profiles downstream of a dam, side-channel spillways, as well as an orifice flows under unsteady free water surface. Every student makes up a separate input file and as a result he obtain final ...
Practical Training in "Computation in Hydraulics"
A personal computer connected in local network is placed at student's disposal. During the practice the students acquire habits for self-dependent work in the system, using its network resources, basic commands and programs. Principal knowledge of hydraulics-energy dissipation, conjugation of surface profiles downstream of a dam, side-channel spillways, as well as an orifice flows under unsteady free water surface. Every student makes up a separate input file and as a result he obtain final ...
Practical Training in "Computer systems in Hydrology"
A personal computer connected in local network is placed at student's disposal. During the practice the students acquire habits for self-dependent work in the system, using its network resources, basic commands and programs. Principal knowledge on statistical processing of hydrological data will be used to run simple computer programs. Every student has to prepare a separate input file and as a result he obtains final results in interactive mode or as output file saved on a disk.
Practical Training in Engineering Hydrology
If gives students the opportunity to get some practical experience in solving problems related to the current meter calibration, measurements and computations of the open channel discharge as well as suspended sediment discharge. Introduction to the meteorological elements and the methods for their monitoring and measurements are offered as well.
Practical Training in Engineering Hydrology
If gives students the opportunity to get some practical experience in solving problems related to the current meter calibration, measurements and computations of the open channel discharge as well as suspended sediment discharge. Introduction to the meteorological elements and the methods for their monitoring and measurements are offered as well.
Practical Training in Engineering Hydrology
If gives students the opportunity to get some practical experience in solving problems related to the current meter calibration, measurements and computations of the open channel discharge as well as suspended sediment discharge. Introduction to the meteorological elements and the methods for their monitoring and measurements are offered as well.
Practical Training in Engineering Hydrology
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If gives students the opportunity to get some practical experience in solving problems related to the current meter calibration, measurements and computations of the open channel discharge as well as suspended sediment discharge. Introduction to the meteorological elements and the methods for their monitoring and measurements are offered as well.
Practical Training in Engineering Hydrology
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If gives students the opportunity to get some practical experience in solving problems related to the current meter calibration, measurements and computations of the open channel discharge as well as suspended sediment discharge. Introduction to the meteorological elements and the methods for their monitoring and measurements are offered as well.
River Morphology and River correction works
The course offers basic knowledge of river hydraulics, interaction between river flow and river bed material, sediment transport by the flow. It also includes main principles of research, design and construction of river correction and flood control and protection elements and structures. Elements for bank protection structures are also presented.
River Morphology and River correction works
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The course offers basic knowledge of river hydraulics, interaction between river flow and river bed material, sediment transport by the flow. It also includes main principles of research, design and construction of river correction and flood control and protection elements and structures. Elements for bank protection structures are also presented.
River Morphology and River correction works
The course offers basic knowledge of river hydraulics, interaction between river flow and river bed material, sediment transport by the flow. It also includes main principles of research, design and construction of river correction and flood control and protection elements and structures. Elements for bank protection structures are also presented.
River Morphology and River correction works - Project Assignment
Topics from the course having practical application are considered in the project: Calculation of free water surface for natural river conditions, Plan of flow distribution, Basic morphological relationships, Hydraulic design of typical corrected river cross sections, Layout of the corrected river, Design of river training structures, Longitudinal profile, Building technology.
River Morphology and River correction works - Project Assignment
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Topics from the course having practical application are considered in the project: Calculation of free water surface for natural river conditions, Plan of flow distribution, Basic morphological relationships, Hydraulic design of typical corrected river cross sections, Layout of the corrected river, Design of river training structures, Longitudinal profile, Building technology.
River Morphology and River correction works - Project Assignment
Topics from the course having practical application are considered in the project: Calculation of free water surface for natural river conditions, Plan of flow distribution, Basic morphological relationships, Hydraulic design of typical corrected river cross sections, Layout of the corrected river, Design of river training structures, Longitudinal profile, Building technology.
Water Resources Management
This subject has the goal to give students basic knowledge on the following: types of water resources and their distribution on the Earth and on the territory of Bulgaria; principles of water delivery; priorities in the water delivery management; water resources management with respect to area and time, in terms of meeting water demands and by forecasting water input and output. Probabilistic approaches in water resources management, integrated management and protection of water resources.