CE 356 Hydraulics, Spring 2004 Review for Second Exam
The material is classified according to Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives:
Level |
Title |
Meaning |
1 |
Knowledge |
Definitions, facts, formulas |
2 |
Comprehension |
Explanation of definitions, formulas, problem solving procedures |
3 |
Application |
Know how to use a formula or procedure to solve simple problems |
4 |
Analysis |
Break down a complex problem and solve by steps |
5 |
Synthesis |
Derivation of basic formulas, design of new systems |
6 |
Evaluation |
Advantages and limitations of alternative approaches |
Lectures
Lecture |
Topic |
Level |
1 |
Open channel flow, uniform flow, Manning’s equation (Dr Holley) |
4 |
2 |
Specific energy, critical depth |
5 |
3 |
Hydraulic jump in a rectangular channel |
5 |
4 |
Gradually varied flow, flow profiles, (Dr Holley) |
3 |
5 |
Flow profiles, computation in trapezoidal channels |
4 |
6 |
Water surface profile computation with the spreadsheet |
4 |
7 |
Standard step method |
5 |
8 |
Hydraulic structures, dams, weirs |
3 |
9 |
Flow measurement using weirs |
4 |
10 |
Hydraulic structures: spillways and stilling basins (Dr Holley) |
3 |
11 |
Introduction to hydrology |
2 |
Source |
Topic |
Level |
Chap 6.1-6.2 |
Open channel flow |
4 |
Sec. 6.3 |
Hydraulic efficiency |
2 |
Sec. 6.4 |
Specific energy diagram, critical depth |
5 |
Sec. 6.5 |
Hydraulic jump |
5 |
Sec. 6.6-6.7 |
Gradually varied flow profiles |
3 |
Sec. 6.8 |
Standard step method |
5 |
Sec. 8.1-8.2 |
Hydraulic structures, dams |
2 |
Sec. 8.5-8.6 |
Weirs, overflow spillways |
4 |
Sec. 8.10 |
Stilling basins |
3 |
Sec. 9.3 |
Measurements in open channels, rect. and V-notch weirs |
4 |
Sec. 11.1, 11.6 |
Hydrologic cycle, rational method |
2 |
You may bring one sheet 8.5” x 11” with you to the exam with anything written on it that you want.