Erosion and Sedimentation

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COURSE INFORMATON

Course Title

Code

Year

Semester

T
+P
+L

(
Hour
/Week)

Credits

ECTS

EROSION AND
SEDIMENTATION

İNŞ
574


Fall/Spring

3+0+0

3

8



Department

Civil Engineering Program

Course Level

Second
Cycle
, Third
Cycle

(M. Sc., Ph. D.)

Language of Instru
ction

Turkish

Course Type

Elective

Mode of Delivery

Face
-
To
-
Face

Prerequisites and co
-
requisit
es

None

Recommended Optional

Programme Components

None

Name of Lecturer

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Osman YILDIZ

Co
-
Lecturer

None

Work Placement

None

Teaching Method
s

Lecturing. Problem solving. Computer applications.

Objectives of the Course

To teach selected topics
on
erosion,
sedimentation and
protection methods
at advanced
level.

Learning Outcomes

To learn about selected topics
on
erosion,
sedimentation and
prot
ection methods
at
advanced level.

Course Content

Lecturing and oral presentation by students


COURSE CONTENT

(SYLLABUS)

Week

Topics

Study Materials

1

Erosion and sedimentation.


2

Environmental impacts on erosion. Water and wind erosion.


3

Erosion

mechanics, prediction and computation methods.


4

Erosion mechanics, prediction and computation methods.


5

Effects of erosion on hydraulic structures.


6

Effects of erosion on hydraulic structures.


7

Erosion prevention and control structures.


8

MIDTERM EXAM



2

9

Sediment transport and prediction methods.


10

Sediment transport and prediction methods.


11

River and reservoir sedimentation.


12

River and water storage reservoir sedimentation.


13

Sedimentation prevention and control structure
s.


14

Sedimentation prevention and control structures.



RECOMMENDED SOURCES

Textbook

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karsularda Akım ve Sediment Taşını
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ı

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k Bayaz
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CK TK 奡vg

Additional Resources

Sediment Transport: Theory and Practice, Yang, C. T., Krieger Pub Co, 2003.

Applied Water Resources Engineering, A. Melih YANMAZ, METU Press, Ankara
.

Su Ka
ynakları Mühendisliği, C. Erkek,
M. Ağıralioğlu. Beta Yayınları, 1998.

Su Kaynakları Problem
汥li
, C. Erkek and M. Ağıralioğlu. İTÜ Yayınları, 1998.

bngin敥ring eydro汯gy, kurünnis愠啳u氬l䵅T唠mr敳e, Ank慲愬 2MMNK


MATERIAL SHARING

Documents


Assignments

8 homeworks.

Exams

Midterm, Final.


ASSESSMENT

EXAM
S

QUANTITY

PERCENTAGE

Contribution of Midterm

Examination to Overall Grade

1

30

Contribution of Final Examination to Overall Grade

1

70

TOTAL

2

100


COURSE'S CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRAM
ME

N
r.

Progra
m
me

Learning Outcomes

Contribution

1

2

3

4

5

1

To gain the
ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering

to civil engineering
problems.





X

2

To be able to identify, model and solve civil engineering problems in consideration w
ith safety,
economy, aesthetics and environmental factors.





X

3

To get familiar with modern techniques and computation methods in civil engineering.





X

4

To learn measurement and evaluation methods and techniques in civil engineering.




X


5

To
gain the responsibility for work and labor safety in all civil engineering applications.


X





3

6

To be able to
identify,
analyze, and synthesize civil engineering
problems

and applications.






X

7

To have enough knowledge about construction materials.





X

8

To be able to conduct laboratory and site experiments, to evaluate, and to interpret experimental data.





X

9

To be able to work together with other people, to adapt teamwork.



X



10

T
o take initiative and responsibility, to work independently, and to innovate.





X

11

To gain the
ability for effective written and oral communication in Turkish and English
.



X



12


To
recogni
ze
the need for, and
to gain the
ability to engage in l
ife
-
long learning
.






X


ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION

Activities

Quantity

Duration

(Hour)

Total Workload
(Hour)

Course Duration (Including the exam week: 16x Total course hours)

16

3

48

Hours for off
-
the
-
classro
om study (Pre
-
study, practice)

16

3

48

Assignments

8

6

48

Presentation / Preparing Seminar

4

12

48

Mid
-
term

1

24

24

Final examination

1

24

24

Total Work Load



240

Total Work Load / 30 (h)



8

ECTS Credit of the Course



8