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Course Name
Turkish
Hesaplamalı Hidrolik
English
Computational Hydraulics
Course Code
HSK 525E
Credit
Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester
1
3
3


Course Language
English
Course Coordinator
Mehmet Özger
Mehmet Özger
Course Objectives
In order to solve integral and differential equations, these equations can be transformed to algebraic equations.
Founding the solution of practical problems in hydraulic engineering by computational methods
Using the computational methods in research activities
Improving the capability of the different programming language by assignments
Course Description
Introduction to numerical computation, Solution of nonlinear systems by NewtonRaphson method, evaluation of experimental data using numerical interpolation, calculation of reservoir emptying time by using numerical integration, explanation of principles of finite differences method, derivation of basic finite difference forms, comparison of explicit and implicit schemes, determination of stability criteria for different schemes, determination of boundary and initial conditions for velocity components, stream functions, and vortices different flow domains, principles of method of characteristics and its applications.
Course Outcomes
1.To fit the curve for hydraulic observation data
2. To calculate emptying time for any reservoir using numerical integration
3. To calculate flow depths for steady and unsteady open channel flows.
4. To calculate velocity components, pressure for a flow domain using stream functions
5. To find the flow nets for groundwater flows
6. To calculate rising and falling hydrographs for watersheds using finite differences and characteristics methods.
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KUMAR, M.S.M, Computational Hydraulics, India, 2010.
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