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ENGG 4250 - Watershed Systems Design W (3-2) [0.75]

This course is a hydrological analysis of watershed systems including stream flow for design of structures and channels, flood warning, flood plain mapping and low-flow characteristics. Hydraulic analysis is applied to the design of dams, reservoirs, control structures, energy dissipation structures, bridges and culverts. An analysis of steady flow profiles, flood waves, and sediment transport is applied in the design of natural and constructed channels and protective works for rivers to achieve environmentally sustainable land use in watershed systems.