Ismail Albayrak: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2017

Name Dr. Ismail Albayrak
Address
Professur für Wasserbau
ETH Zürich, HIA C 55
Hönggerbergring 26
8093 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Telephone+41 44 632 97 44
E-mailalbayrak@vaw.baug.ethz.ch
URLhttps://vaw.ethz.ch/en/people/person-detail.MTg0MjQy.TGlzdC8xOTYxLDE1MTczNjI1ODA=.html
DepartmentCivil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering
RelationshipLecturer

NumberTitleECTSHoursLecturers
101-0249-00LSelected Topics on Hydraulic Engineering
Prerequisites: 101-0247-01L Hydraulic Engineering II or equivalent course.
3 credits2SR. Boes, I. Albayrak
AbstractThe lecture focuses on selected topics in hydraulic engineering, water management and aquatic ecology relating to hydropower and flood protection projects.
Objectiveto deepen knowledge on special aspects in hydraulic engineering and to understand the procedures and the planning sequence of hydropower projects
ContentDifferent selected topics in hydraulic engineering will be focused on, e.g. dam safety, possible problems at reservoirs like sedimentation or natural hazards by impulse waves, the hydraulics of river flows, spillways and intake structures at dams and weirs, hydropower and ecology like fish-ecological aspects at low-head hydropower plants and eco-hydraulics like flow-vegetation interaction. Another focus will be put on typical approaches and procedures in the planning process of hydropower projects.
Lecture notesLecture notes/handouts will be available online.
Literatureis specified in the lecture.
Prerequisites / NoticeExternal speakers will present current topics and projects in Switzerland and abroad.
101-1249-00LHydraulics of Engineering Structures3 credits2GH. Fuchs, I. Albayrak, L. Schmocker
AbstractHydraulic fundamentals are applied to hydraulic structures for wastewater, flood protection and hydropower. Typical case studies from engineering practice are further described.
ObjectiveUnderstanding and quantification of fundamental hydraulic processes with particular focus on hydraulic structures for wastewater, flood protection and hydropower
Content1. Introduction & Basic equations
2. Losses in flow & Maximum discharge
3. Uniform flow & Critical flow
4. Hydraulic jump and stilling basin
5. Backwater curves
6. Weirs/End overfalls & Venturi
7. Sideweir & Sidechannel
8. Bottom opening & Culverts, throttling pipes, inverted siphons
9. Fall manholes & Vortex drop
10. Supercritical flow & Special manholes
11. Air/water flows and bottom outlets
12. Vegetated flows - Introduction
13. Vegetated flows - Application
14. Summary & Preparation for examination
Lecture notesText books

Hager, W.H. (2010). Wastewater hydraulics. Springer: New York.
LiteratureExhaustive references are contained in the suggested text book.