CV2004 Municipal Design I

January 30, 2022

This course introduces students to the two basic tenets of fluid mechanics: hydrostatics and fluid flow. Hydrostatics pertains to the study of fluids at rest and the forces they exert on surfaces or objects they contact. This facet of fluid mechanics equips students to solve problems related to the design of dams, swimming pool walls, air tanks, and various other modern daily necessities. Fluid flow, on the other hand, addresses the behavior of fluids in motion and their interaction with surfaces and objects. Understanding fluid flow aids students in determining pipe sizes for water distribution systems, assessing potential damage from river floods, harnessing rivers for hydroelectric power development, and solving other hydraulic problems. This course also introduces students to the use of Autodesk Civil 3D software for Municipal Design.

56 Hours


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