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CEE6221 - Physical Hydrology - (3-0-3) Occurrence, movement, and distribution of water. Topics: hydrologic cycle, global circulation, climate, atmospheric water vapor, thermodynamics, precipitation, evaporation, snowmelt, soil moisture, unsaturated flow, infiltration, geomorphology, runoff, and routing.
CEE6222 - Hydrometeorology - (3-0-3) Estimation of hydrologic variables from on-site and remote sensors; operational hydrologic models; parameter estimation; operational forecasting.
CEE6231 - Probability & Statistics - (3-0-3) Engineers Probability distributions applicable to civil engineering Systems; function of random variables; regression and correlation analysis; parameters estimation and statistical hypothesis tests.
CEE6232 - Stochastic Hydrology - (3-0-3) Stochastic modeling of hydrologic processes. Problems of model specifications and parameter identification, and validation. Application to forecasting and synthetic events.
CEE6241 - Water Resources Mgt I - (3-0-3) Operations research methodologies, including linear and nonlinear programming, and their applications to water resources systems.
CEE6242 - Water Resources Mgt II - (3-0-3) Design of decision support systems for water resources planning and management.
CEE6244 - Random Fields & Geostatist - (3-0-3) Probability density function; moments; scales of fluctuations; spectral representation; simulation of random fields; cross-correlated random fields; vector fields; kriging; conditional simulation.
CEE6251 - Fluid Mechanics - (2-3-3) Concepts of linear and angular deformation, vorticity, and conservation of mass. Development of Navier-Stokes with solutions: steady and unsteady uniform laminar, vortex, creeping, and potential flow.
CEE6252 - Adv Fluid Mechanics - (3-0-3) Theory of three-dimensional turbulent boundary layers with application to environmental flows in rivers, estuaries, and the atmosphere of interest in water resources engineering.
CEE6261 - Environ Fluid Mechanics - (3-0-3) Dynamics, mixing, and contaminant transport in surface water bodies, including lakes, rivers, estuaries, and coastal waters. Introduction to numerical models. Prediction of mixing zones.
CEE6262 - Adv Environ Fluid Mech - (3-0-3) Buoyancy modifications to the mixing and dynamics of pollutant discharges and surface water bodies. Gathering and analysis of laboratory and field data for mixing problems.
CEE6263 - Fluid Mech of Organisms - (3-0-3) Principles of fluid mechanics are applied in the context of biology. Discussion of transport of chemical and mechanical signals and fluid forces affecting organisms.
CEE6271 - Flow-Porous Media I - (3-0-3) Basic principles governing ground water flow. Topics covered: fundamental principles of saturated and unsaturated ground water flow, contaminant transport, and salt water intrusion.
CEE6272 - Flow-Porous Media II - (3-0-3) Principles of numerical methods used in solving ground water flow, contaminant transport models, building on materials covered in CEE 6271. Topics: finite element, difference methods, saturated/unsaturated ground water flow, and contaminant transport.
CEE6274 - Flow-Heterogeneous Media - (3-0-3) Advanced treatment of transport processes in natural porous media: classical description; stochastic description of variability; dynamic models; flow and transport in aquifers; model uncertainty.
CEE6281 - Open Channel Hydraulics - (2-3-3) Flow of liquids with free surfaces in artificial and natural channels. Analysis of flow resistance. Computation of gradually varied flow profiles. Flow through transitions, spillways, bridges, culverts. Analysis of unsteady flow.
CEE6282 - Sediment Transport - (3-0-3) Engineering importance of erosion and sedimentation problems. Topics: properties of non-cohesive/cohesive sediments including specific weight/gravity/shape/size/ size distribution/fall velocity/mineral structure/ rheological properties.
CEE6764 - Biol-Env Fluid Mech Lab - (0-3-1) Laboratory Provides students with hands-on experimental demonstrations of the basic principles of environmental fluid mechanics regarding chemical and hydrodymanic signals produced and sensed by organisms.
CEE7751 - Computational Fluid Mech - (3-0-3) Numerical methods for solving the time-dependent Navier-Stokes equations in complex geometrics, including theory, implementation, and applications. Crosslisted with ME 7751.
CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES - (Offered through the Georgia Water Resources Institute)
- Hydrologic Engineering for Dam Design
- River Hydraulics and Bridge Scour using HEC-RAS
- Water Hammer
- Decision Support for River Basin Planning and Management
- Turbulence Modeling for Engineering Applications
- River Water Quality Models