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101-0259-00L  River Revitalization

SemesterSpring Semester 2019
LecturersV. Weitbrecht, M. Detert, M. Koksch, C. Weber
Periodicityyearly recurring course
Language of instructionGerman



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AbstractChannel formation of alluvial rivers (regime width, planforms) is presented. Fluvial hydraulics and sediment transport theory are summarized. Principles of environmentally friendly hydraulic engineering are derived from river morphology. Special attention is given to the application to flood protection and river revitalization projects.
ObjectiveThe main processes of alluvial river channel formation are presented. Fluvial hydraulics and sediment transport theories are summarized. From these elements basic principles of environmentally friendly hydraulic engineering are derived.
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Prerequisites / NoticeRiver Engineering (Lecture 101-0258-00L)

Performance assessment

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Performance assessment as a semester course
ECTS credits3 credits
ExaminersV. Weitbrecht, M. Detert, M. Koksch, C. Weber
Typegraded semester performance
Language of examinationGerman
RepetitionRepetition only possible after re-enrolling for the course unit.

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Courses

NumberTitleHoursLecturers
101-0259-00 GRevitalisierung von Fliessgewässern2 hrs
Thu10-12HIL E 9 »
V. Weitbrecht, M. Detert, M. Koksch, C. Weber

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ProgrammeSectionType
Civil Engineering MasterMajor in Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources ManagementWInformation
MAS in Sustainable Water ResourcesElective CoursesWInformation
Environmental Engineering MasterRiver SystemsOInformation
Environmental Engineering MasterEM: River SystemsWInformation