Hydrotechnical Engineering for Non-Hydrotechnical Engineers
After participating in this course, you will be able to do the following:
- apply various analysis methods to estimate flows in rivers and drainage structures
- assess the design of streams and rivers, culverts, bridge openings, drainage facilities, and stormwater management structures
- solve common hydrology and hydraulic engineering problems
- employ latest techniques in hydrology and hydraulic design procedures
Hydrotechnical Engineering is a branch of science and technology concerned with the study of water resources and their use for various purposes, as well as the prevention of the damaging effect of water.
The course was prepared for non hydro-technical engineers and technicians who need a basic understanding of the three most commonly used branches of hydrotechnical engineering:
- Engineering hydrology
- Hydraulic engineering of rivers and hydraulic structures
- Drainage and stormwater management
This course provides the fundamentals without delving into complicated mathematical formulas. Lectures will include real life examples and simple hands-on exercises and problem-solving.
Who Should Attend
Engineers and technologists not familiar with hydrotechnical engineering, such as:
- civil engineers
- mechanical engineers
- electrical engineers
- mining engineers
- chemical engineers
- agricultural engineers
- municipal engineers
- manufacturers of drainage products
- general contractors
- property managers
- directors of physical plants
- municipal building officials
- building inspectors
- field review personnel
- project engineers
- others who would like to know more about hydrotechnical systems, or require a refresher
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Almost all of EPIC's seminars and webinars offer :
- Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and
- Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
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