Hydraulic Engineering (Civ-A5, Str-B11) - Solutions & Course
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COVID-19 Update: Technical exams scheduled from May 11-15 have been cancelled at all locations in Canada and overseas due to COVID-19. You can see the original info on PEO website (who established the exams for all regions in Canada).
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About: The Hydraulic Engineering exam is written nationally for civil/structural engineers. The code for this exam is:
- Civil - 16-Civ-A5 (or you may see it like 98-Civ-A5, YY-Civ-A5, Civ-A5 or something similar)
- Structural - 07-Str-B11 (or you may see it like YY-Str-B11, Str-B11 or something similar)
Format: 3-hour long, closed book exam. You are required to complete any five of the six exam questions for full marks.
Dates written: The exam is offered twice a year in the months of May and December.
Approved aids: Since the course is highly computational, any non-communicating calculator is permitted.
Saeid is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Civil Engineering at Queen's University, where his doctoral research investigates the interaction of hyporheic and surface flows associated with bars in gravel streams. For this purpose, he has built several physical models in a sediment transport flume and has used various instruments such as Nortek VECTRINO II, ADV, and LaserScaner. Also, he has been teaching assistant for many courses such as Hydraulics I, Hydraulics II, and Municipal Hydraulics as well as River Engineering. He holds a master's degree in Hydraulic Structure from AmirKabir University of Technology, Iran.
- Fluid Mechanics with Engineering Applications by Finnermore, E. J. and Franzini, J. B., 10th Edition. McGraw-Hill Science, 2001. ISBN-13: 978-0072432022
- Fundamentals of Hydraulic Engineering Systems by Houghtalen, Robert and Osman Akan, A. and Hwang, Ned H. C.. Prentice Hall, 2009. ISBN-13: 978-0136016380
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