Markus Holzner: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2016
|Name||Prof. Dr. Markus Holzner|
|Field||Environmental Fluid Mechanics|
Institut für Umweltingenieurwiss.
ETH Zürich, HIL G 33.2
|Telephone||+41 44 633 30 79|
|Department||Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering|
|101-0203-AAL||Hydraulics I |
Enrolment ONLY for MSc students with a decree declaring this course unit as an additional admission requirement.
Any other students (e.g. incoming exchange students, doctoral students) CANNOT enrol for this course unit.
|5 credits||11R||M. Holzner|
|Abstract||The course teaches the basics of hydromechanics, relevant for civil and environemental engineers.|
|Objective||Familiarization with the basics of hydromechanics of steady state flows|
|Content||Properties of water, hydrostatics, continuity, Euler equation of motion, Navier Stokes euqation, similarity, Bernoulli principle, momentum equation for finite volumes, potential flows, ideal fluids-real fluids, boundary layer, pipe flow, open channel flow, flow in porous media, flow measurements, demonstration experiments in the lecture hall and in the laboratory|
|Lecture notes||Script and collection of problems available|
|Literature||Bollrich, Technische Hydromechanik 1, Verlag Bauwesen, Berlin|
|101-0267-01L||Numerical Hydraulics||3 credits||2G||M. Holzner|
|Abstract||In the course Numerical Hydraulics the basics of numerical modelling of flows are presented.|
|Objective||The goal of the course is to develop the understanding of the students for numerical simulation of flows to an extent that they can later use commercial software in a responsible and critical way.|
|Content||The basic equations are derived from first principles. Possible simplifications relevant for practical problems are shown and their applicability is discussed. Using the example of non-steady state pipe flow numerical methods such as the method of characteristics and finite difference methods are introduced. The finite volume method as well as the method of characteristics are used for the solution of the shallow water equations. Special aspects such as wave propagation and turbulence modelling are also treated. |
All methods discussed are applied pratically in exercises. This is done using programs in MATLAB which partially are programmed by the students themselves. Further, some generelly available softwares such as Hydraulic Systems and HEC RAS for non-steady flows are used.
|Lecture notes||Lecture notes, powerpoints shown in the lecture and programs used can be downloaded. They are also available in German.|
|Literature||Given in lecture|
|102-0515-01L||Environmental Engineering Seminars||3 credits||3S||M. Maurer, P. Burlando, I. Hajnsek, S. Hellweg, M. Holzner, P. Molnar, E. Morgenroth, R. Stocker, J. Wang|
|Abstract||The course is organized in the form of seminars held by the students. Topics selected from the core disciplines of the curriculum (water resources, urban water engineering, material fluxes, waste technology, air polution, earth observation) are discussed in the class on the basis of scientific papers that are illustrated and critically reviewed by the students.|
|Objective||Learn about recent research results in environmental engineering and analyse practical applications in environmental engineering.|