contents of lecture 2

Study course: civil engineering and environmental technology

focus on environmental and infrstructural technology, majoring in water science


8th trimester: 

Hydrology II and water management II

Methods of simulation – rainfall – run off – modelling
Rate value precipitation, run off coefficient

Flood routing methods (hydrologic, hydraulic)

Local precipitation statistics, area precipitation

Hydrological statistics – time series analysis

Hydrological statistics – extreme value analysis

Calculation of the unit hydrograph
Water management of storage systems –
mono- /multipurpose storages, flood control basins

lake retention

Water management of storage systems – river basin modeling

Water management of flood protection systems – risk management


8th trimester:

Soil protection and erosion control

Scopes of duties of soil physics, soils as porous media
Structure of soils
Clay
Capacity of cation change
Soil water
Soil air
Heat transmission of soils

Salt water intrusion, drainage

Irrigation, irrigation technology
Erosion
Erosion control

 

9th trimester:

Hydrology III

Aquatic ecosystems – standing water
Aquatic ecosystems – streaming water

Water constitution and quality

Thermal load

Methods of simulation – water quality model

Dispersion modelling

9th trimester:

climate modeling

Climatology - basics
climate change, climate modelling, downscaling
results, uncertainties, effects

9th trimester:

water and land resource management

Water framework directive - basics
storage management / storage combination systems
determinsitic dimensioning of storages
statistic dimensioning of storages
flood protection by retention and flood exposure
cost – benefit - analysis