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Institute of Hydraulic Engineering - IWS

Environmental Fluid Mechanics I

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LectureEnvironmental Fluid Mechanics I
LecturerLecture (V):Jürgen Braun, Ph.D.
Tutorial (Ü):Dipl.-Geoökol. Tobias Heitmann
ContactVEGAS - Research Facility for Subsurface Remediation
Jürgen Braun, Ph.D. (Room: 0.953, Phone: 67018, E-Mail)
WorkloadWS: 3 V + 2 Ü  (6 LP)Lecture No.501ME
VenueV 61.Sem. 2
WAREM 0.04
Time
Wed. 14:00 - 15:30 (Start: 15. October 2008)
Fri. 11:30 - 13:00 (Start: 17. October 2008)
Further informationplease visit https://ilias3.uni-stuttgart.de/
Prerequisites
  • Technical Mechanics
    • Introduction to the statics of rigid bodies
    • Introduction to elastostatics
    • Introduction to the mechanics of incompressible fluids
  • Higher Mathematics
    • Partial differential equations
    • Vector analysis
    • Numerical integration
  • Fundamentals of Flow Mechanics
    • Conservation equations for mass, momentum, energy
    • Navier-Stokes, Euler, Reynolds, Bernoulli equation
DescriptionThe course deals with flow processes in natural hydrosystems. Groundwater as well as open water bodies are considered. The part on groundwater hydraulics includes flow in confined, unconfined, and semi-confined aquifers, well hydraulics, pumping tests and other hydraulic investigation techniques, as well as questions of regional groundwater management (groundwater recharge, flow in the vadose zone, salt-water intrusion etc.). The part on open water bodies includes the shallow water equations, transient open-channel flow, turbulence and flow in strongly stratified systems.
Learning objectivesStudents have fundamental knowledge of flow in various natural hydrosystems and its application in civil and environmental engineering.
LiteratureLecture notes: Hydromechanics, Helmig and Class
Lecture notes: Ausbreitungs- und Transportvorgänge in Strömungen, Cirpka
White, F.M.: Fluid Mechanics, WCB/McGraw-Hill, New York, 1999
Freeze, R.A. and Cherry J.A.: Groundwater, Prentice Hall, 1979
Classification -  501ME Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Applications  - WAREM: S1 Groundwater Resources Management and Geohydrology (2. Sem. Mandat.)
 - WAREM: S2 Hydraulic Engineering and River Basin Management (2. Sem. Mandat.)
 - WAREM: S3 Sanitary Engineering and Water Quality Management (2. Sem. Mandat.)
ExamWritten examination (120 min.)