UE Hydrology and hydraulics

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Degrees incorporating this pedagocial element :

Description

This course covers an area and knowledge that will be useful for both vocational and research programmes.

1. Physical hydrology, slope processes (Cédric Legoût)
2. Hydrology for engineers (Théo Vischel)

Provide the hydrological concepts for addressing issues of predetermination of floods:

  • analysis of the rainfall-runoff relationship;
  • application of flood predetermination methods.

3. Open-channel hydraulics and river hydraulics (Philippe Belleudy)

Which elements of your fluid mechanics courses might be useful for the study and practice of river hydraulics problems?

  • head loss and backwater curve;
  • gradually varied flows;
  • shocks and transitions of the water regime;
  • gravity, inertia and friction: non-permanent open-channel flows;
  • application: facilities to combat flood risk;
  • solid transport and river morphology; several impact studies.

4. Closed-conduit hydraulics (Jean-Pierre Vandervaere)

Recommended prerequisite

EES-UGA bachelor course (L3)

Alternatively, the knowledge acquired in the "Rivers and men" MOOC will be used in this course.

The course is taught in French. Additional information in English is provided to non-French-speaking students if necessary.