Hydraulics I, Hydraulics II, Hydrology and Water Resources
To provide the students with training in the conception, design, construction and monitoring of various hydraulic works and installations.
Acquiring capabilities in synthesis and analysis, oral and written communication, problems solving, teamwork, critic reflection, autonomous learning, adaptability to new situations, and practical application of theoretical knowledge.
1. Characterization and classification
3. Laboratory installations
4. Hydraulic works
Reports proposed, during the semester, to the different groups of students and an individual oral examination: 100.0%
ASCE, 1989, Civil engineering guidelines for planning and designing hydroelectric developments, New York.
Maidment, D.R. (Editor in Chief), 1993. HANDBOOK OF HYDROLOGY. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York.
Boiten, W., 2000. Hydrometry: A.A. Balkema & IHE Delft Lecture Note Series, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
(outra bibliografia a definir em função das obras hidráulicas a estudar / Other references to be defined depending on the hydraulic works to be studied).