CEE 3430 Engineering Hydrology - Spring 2011
Utah State University
Instructor: David Tarboton, ENGR 225, 797 3172, email@example.com
Lectures: Monday, Wed, Fri 1:30 to 2:20, ENGR 302
Office Hours: Tuesday 3-4 pm, Fri 2:30-3:30 pm. Also most days immediately following lecture. You may send me email any time to ask a question or request a meeting outside these times. You may also access my calendar online to ascertain my availability.
- Bedient, P. B., W. C. Huber and B. E. Vieux, (2008), Hydrology and Floodplain Analysis, 4th Edition, Prentice Hall, 795 p.
- Tarboton, D. G., (2003), Rainfall Runoff Processes, Online module and workbook prepared for the National Weather Service COMET outreach program, http://www.engineering.usu.edu/dtarb/rrp.html.
Upon successful completion of the course you should be able to apply the principles of hydrology to solve engineering hydrology design problems involving hydrologic modeling and analysis.
- Schedule. Note. The schedule has been updated 4/20/11.
- Blackboard. You may use Blackboard to ask questions (post a discussion items) and interact with me and other students in the class.
Powerpoint Slides and Lecture Material
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- Homework 0. Information Sheet. Due 1/12/11.
- Homework 1. Hydrologic Principles. Due 1/19/11.
- Homework 2. Evaporation. Due 1/24/11.
- Homework 3. Hydrologic Analysis. Due 1/31/11.
- Homework 4. Design Hydrograph Calculation. Due 2/9/11. Note - by student request the due date has been deferred to 2/9/11.
- Homework 5. HEC-HMS. Due 2/16/11.
- Homework 6. Frequency Analysis. Due 2/28/11. Data: LoganPeak.txt. Note - by student request and to allow time to explain probability plots the due date has been deferred to 3/2/11.
- Homework 7. Flood Routing. Due 3/14/11.
- Homework 8. Runoff Generation. Due 3/21/11. (Only Chapters 1-3 of Online Module)
- Mid course questionnaire. Due 3/25/11.
- Homework 9. Water in Soils. Due 3/28/11.
- Homework 10. Infiltration and TOPMODEL. Due 4/8/11. Note - due date deferred to April 8. Chapter 6 quiz optional.
- Homework 11. Test 2 as homework and Groundwater. Due 4/20/11.