Civil Engineering

  • CIEN E3000y The art of structural design 3 pts. Lect: 3. An introduction to basic scientific and engineering principles used for the design of buildings, bridges, and other parts of the built infrastructure. Application of these principles to the analysis and design of a number of actual large-scale structures. Experimental verification of these principles through laboratory experiments. Coverage of the history of major structural design innovations and of the engineers who introduced them. Critical examination of the unique aesthetic/artistic perspectives inherent in structural design. Consideration of management, socioeconomic, and ethical issues involved in the design and construction of large-scale structures. Introduction to some recent developments in sustainable engineering, including green building design and adaptable structural systems.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E3000
    CIEN
    3000
    60957
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    MW 2:40p - 3:55p
    627 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    G. Deodatis 58 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E3004y Urban infrastructure systems 3 pts. Lect: 3. Introduction to: (a) the infrastructure systems that support urban socioeconomic activities, and (b) fundamental system design and analysis methods. Coverage of water resources, vertical, transportation, communications and energy infrastructure. Emphasis upon the purposes that these systems serve, the factors that influence their performance, the basic mechanisms that govern their design and operation, and the impacts that they have regionally and globally. Student teams complete a semester-long design/analysis project with equal emphasis given to water resources / environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering and construction engineering and management topics.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E3004
    CIEN
    3004
    11464
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    Tu 4:10p - 6:40p
    627 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    J. Chang 35 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E3111x Uncertainty and Risk in Civil Infrastructure Systems 3.5 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: Working knowledge of calculus. Introduction to basic probability; hazard function; reliability function; stochastic models of natural and technological hazards; extreme value distributions; statistical inference methods; Monte Carlo simulation techniques; fundamentals of integrated risk assessment and risk management; topics in risk-based insurance; case studies involving civil infrastructure systems, environmental systems, mechanical and aerospace systems, construction management.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E3111
    CIEN
    3111
    69419
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    Tu 4:10p - 6:40p
    TBA
    G. Deodatis 24 / 50 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E3121y Structural analysis 3 pts. Lect: 3. Methods of structural analysis. Trusses, arches, cables, frames; influence lines; deflections; force method; displacement method; computer applications.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E3121
    CIEN
    3121
    11047
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    MW 2:40p - 3:55p
    644 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    T. Panayotidi 24 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E3125y Structural design 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: ENME E3113. Design criteria for varied structural applications, including buildings and bridges; design of elements using steel, concrete, masonry, wood, and other materials.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E3125
    CIEN
    3125
    73045
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    TuTh 10:10a - 11:25a
    627 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    T. Panayotidi 23 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E3126y Computer-aided structural design 1 pt. Lect: 1. Lab: 1. Corequisites: CIEN E3125. Introduction to software for structural analysis and design with lab. Applications to the design of structural elements and connections. Lab Required.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E3126
    CIEN
    3126
    70890
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    Tu 1:10p - 3:40p
    639 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    G. Deodatis 22 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E3127x Structural design projects 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E3125 and E3126 or instructor's permission Design projects with various structural systems and materials.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E3127
    CIEN
    3127
    15512
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    MW 10:10a - 11:25a
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    T. Panayotidi 16 / 35 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E3128y Design projects 4 pts. Lect: 4. Prerequisites: CIEN E3125 and CIEN E3126. Capstone design project in civil engineering. This project integrates structural, geotechnical and environmental/water resources design problems with construction management tasks and sustainability, legal and other social issues. Project is completed in teams, and communication skills are stressed. Outside lecturers will address important current issues in engineering practice. Every student in the course will be exposed with equal emphasis to issues related to geotechnical engineering, water resources / environmental engineering, structural engineering, and construction engineering and management.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E3128
    CIEN
    3128
    11770
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    M 10:10a - 12:25p
    627 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    W 10:10a - 11:25a
    627 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    T. Panayotidi 43 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E3129x Project management for construction 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: Senior standing in Civil Engineering or instructor's permission. Introduction to Project Management for design and construction processes. Elements of planning, estimating, scheduling, bidding, and contractual relationships. Computer scheduling and cost control. Critical path method. Design and construction activities. Field supervision.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E3129
    CIEN
    3129
    60692
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    W 4:10p - 6:40p
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    J. Chang 22 / 35 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E3141y Soil mechanics 4 pts. Lect: 3. Lab 3. Prerequisites: ENME E3113. Index properties and classification; compaction; permeability and seepage; effective stress and stress distribution; shear strength of soil; consolidation; slope stability.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E3141
    CIEN
    3141
    70387
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    TuTh 11:40a - 12:55p
    627 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    W. Sun 28 [ More Info ]
    CIEN
    3141
    71960
    B01
    MW 1:10p - 2:25p
    161 ENGINEERING TERRACE
    W. Sun 0 / 0 [ More Info ]
  • CIEE E3250y Hydrosystems engineering 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CHEN E3110 or ENME E3161 or equivalent, SIEO W3600 or equivalent, or the instructor's permission. A quantitative introduction to hydrologic and hydraulic systems, with a focus on integrated modeling and analysis of the water cycle and associated mass transport for water resources and environmental engineering. Coverage of unit hydrologic processes such as precipitation, evaporation, infiltration, runoff generation, open channel and pipe flow, subsurface flow and well hydraulics in the context of example watersheds and specific integrative problems such as risk-based design for flood control, provision of water, and assessment of environmental impact or potential for non-point source pollution. Spatial hydrologic analysis using GIS and watershed models. Note: this course is to be joint listed with CIEN, and replaces the previous CIEN 3250.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEE E3250
    CIEE
    3250
    19770
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    W 4:10p - 6:40p
    227 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    Instructor To Be Announced 12 [ More Info ]
  • CIEE E3255y Environmental control and pollution reduction systems 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: EAEE E3200 or ENME E3161 or MECE E3100. Review of engineered systems for prevention and control of pollution. Fundamentals of material and energy balances and reaction kinetics. Analysis of engineered systems to address environmental problems, including solid and hazardous waste, and air, water, soil and noise pollution. Life cycle assessments and emerging technologies.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEE E3255
    CIEE
    3255
    11647
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    MW 11:40a - 12:55p
    825 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    R. Farrauto 24 [ More Info ]
  • CIEE E3260y Engineering for developing communities 3 pts. Lect: 3 Introduction to engineering problems faced by developing communities and exploration of design solutions in the context of real project with a community client. Emphasis is on the design of sustainable suolutions that take account of social, economical, and governance issues, and that can be implemented now or in the near futre. The course is open to all undergraduate engineering students. Multidisciplinary teamwork and approaches are stressed. Outside lecturers are used to address issues specific to developing communities and the particular project under consideration.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEE E3260
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    3260
    25367
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    F 9:10a - 11:00a
    633 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    M. Sisul 48 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E3303x and y Independent Studies in Civil Engineering for Juniors 1-3 pts. By conference. A project on civil engineering subjects approved by the chairman of the department. Lab fee: $200.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E3303
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    3303
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  • CIEN E3304x and y Independent Studies in Civil Engineering for Seniors 1-3 pts. By conference. A project on civil engineering subjects approved by the chairman of the department. Lab fee: $200.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E3304
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    TBA R. Betti 0 [ More Info ]
    CIEN
    3304
    27751
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    TBA G. Dasgupta 0 [ More Info ]
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    TBA M. Feng 0 [ More Info ]
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    TBA A. Smyth 8 [ More Info ]
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    TBA U. Lall 0 [ More Info ]
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  • CIEN E4010y Transportation engineering 3 pts. Lect: 3. An overview of the planning, design, operation, and construction of urban highways and mass transportation systems. Transportation planning and traffic studies; traffic and highway engineering; rapid transit and railroad engineering.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E4010
    CIEN
    4010
    24384
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    M 7:00p - 9:30p
    627 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    D. Peterson 15 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4021x Elastic and plastic analysis of structures 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E3121 or the equivalent. Overview of classical indeterminate structural analysis methods (force and displacement methods), approximate methods of analysis, plastic analysis methods, collapse analysis, shakedown theorem, structural optimization.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E4021
    CIEN
    4021
    68355
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    W 4:10p - 6:40p
    TBA
    S. Kawashima 8 / 45 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4022y Bridge design and management 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E3125 or the equivalent. Bridge design history, methods of analysis, loads: static, live, dynamic. Design: allowable stress, ultimate strength, load resistance factor, supply/demand. Steel and concrete superstructures: suspension, cable stayed, prestressed, arches. Management of the assets, life-cycle cost, expected useful life, inspection, maintenence, repair, reconstruction. Bridge inventories, condition assessments, data acquisition and analysis, forecasts. Selected case histories and field visits.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E4022
    CIEN
    4022
    26927
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    Tu 7:00p - 9:30p
    825 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    B. Yanev 20 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4100y Earthquake and wind engineering 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: ENME E3106 or the equivalent. Basic concepts of seismology. Earthquake characteristics, magnitude, response spectrum, dynamic response of structures to ground motion. Base isolation and earthquake-resistant design. Wind loads and aeroelastic instabilities. Extreme winds. Wind effects on structures and gust factors.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E4100
    CIEN
    4100
    62192
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    M 4:10p - 6:40p
    545 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    S. Hashemi Nezhad Ashrafi 55 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4111x Uncertainty and risk in infrastructure systems 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: Working knowledge of calculus. Introduction to basic probability; hazard function; reliability function; stochastic models of natural and technological hazards; extreme value distributions; Monte Carlo simulation techniques; fundamentals of integrated risk assessment and risk management; topics in risk-based insurance; case studies involving civil infrastructure systems, environmental systems, mechanical and aerospace systems, construction management. Not open to undergraduate students.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E4111
    CIEN
    4111
    68580
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    Tu 4:10p - 6:40p
    TBA
    A. Smyth 4 / 50 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4128y Civil engineering management 3 pts. Available only on CVN. Principles of engineering management with a strong emphasis on planning of infrastructure systems. The course stresses leadership, creativity, and management analysis. Program planning with optimization under financial and environmental constraints; project planning and scheduling using deterministic and stochastic network theories; production rate development and control using statistical, heuristic, simulation, and queuing theory approaches. Students prepare and formally present term projects.

  • CIEN E4129x or y Managing engineering and construction processes 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: Graduate standing in Civil Engineering, or instructor's permission. Introduction to the principles, methods and tools necessary to manage design and construction processes. Elements of planning, estimating, scheduling, bidding and contractual relationships. Valuation of project cash flows. Critical path method. Survey of construction procedures. Cost control and effectiveness. Field supervision.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E4129
    CIEN
    4129
    27568
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    Th 7:00p - 9:30p
    327 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    M. Nagaraja 39 [ More Info ]
    CIEN
    4129
    20461
    D01
    TBA I. Odeh 3 [ More Info ]
    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E4129
    CIEN
    4129
    65365
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    W 4:10p - 6:40p
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    I. Odeh 0 / 40 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4130y Design of construction systems 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E3125 or the equivalent, or the instructor's permission. Introduction to the design of systems that support construction activities and operations. Determination of design loads during construction. Design of excavation support systems, earth retaining systems, temporary supports and underpinning, concrete formwork and shoring systems. Cranes and erection systems. Tunneling systems. Instrumentation and monitoring. Students prepare and present term projects.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E4130
    CIEN
    4130
    12079
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    Th 4:10p - 6:40p
    TBA
    V. Tirolo 11 / 40 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4131x and y Principles of construction techniques 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E4129 or equivalent. Current methods of construction, cost-effective designs, maintenance, safe work environment. Design functions, constructability, site and environmental issues.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E4131
    CIEN
    4131
    64619
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    W 7:00p - 9:30p
    1024 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    I. Odeh 41 / 43 [ More Info ]
    CIEN
    4131
    28156
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    TBA I. Odeh 1 [ More Info ]
    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E4131
    CIEN
    4131
    68105
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    W 7:00p - 9:30p
    TBA
    W. Hart 12 / 60 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4132y Prevention and resolution of construction disputes 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E 4129 or equivalent. Contractual relationships in the engineering and construction industry and the actions that result in disputes. Emphasis on procedures required to prevent disputes and resolve them quickly and cost-effectively. Case studies requiring oral and written presentations.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E4132
    CIEN
    4132
    19413
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    M 4:10p - 6:40p
    627 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    R. Nikain 27 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4133x Capital facility planning and financing 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E4129 or equivalent. Planning and financing of capital facilities with a strong emphasis upon civil infrastructure systems. Project feasibility and evaluation. Design of project delivery systems to encourage best value, innovation and private sector participation. Fundamentals of engineering economy and project finance. Elements of life cycle cost estimation and decision analysis. Environmental, institutional, social and political factors. Case studies from transportation, water supply and wastewater treatment.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E4133
    CIEN
    4133
    74876
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    Tu 7:00p - 9:30p
    TBA
    J. Chang 14 / 50 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4134y Construction industry law 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: Graduate standing or the instructor's permission. Practical focus upon legal concepts applicable to the construction industry. Provides sufficient understanding to manage legal aspects, instead of being managed by them. Topics include contractual relationships, contract performance, contract flexibility and change orders, liability and negligence, dispute avoidance/resolution, surety bonds, insurance and site safety.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E4134
    CIEN
    4134
    72690
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    Tu 6:50p - 9:35p
    102A JEROME L GREENE HALL
    B. Carbajal
    R. Rubin
    14 / 15 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4135y Strategic management global design and construction 3 pts. Lect: 3. Core concepts of strategic planning, management and analysis within the construction industry. Industry analysis, strategic planning models and industry trends. Strategies for information technology, emerging markets and globalization. Case studies to demonstrate key concepts in real-world environments. Priority given to graduate students in Construction Engineering and Management.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E4135
    CIEN
    4135
    67750
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    Th 4:10p - 6:40p
    644 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    C. Latuso 23 / 32 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4136y Global entrepreneurship in civil engineering 3 pts. Lect: 3. Capstone practicum where teams develop strategies and business plans for a new enterprise in the engineering and construction industry. Identification of attractive market segments and locations; development of an entry strategy; acquisition of financing, bonding and insurance; organizational design; plans for recruiting and retaining personnel; personnel compensation/incentives. Invited industry speakers. Priority given to graduate students in Construction Engineering and Management.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E4136
    CIEN
    4136
    74887
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    Tu 4:10p - 6:40p
    644 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    I. Odeh 14 / 30 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4137y Managing Civil Infrastructure Systems 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: IEOR E4003, CIEN E4133, or equivalent. Examination of the fundamentals of infrastructure planning and management, with a focus on the application of rational methods that support infrastructure decision-making. Institutional environment and issues. Decision-making under certainty and uncertainty. Capital budgeting and financing. Group decision processes. Elements of decision and finance theory. Priority given to graduate students in Construction Engineering and Management.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E4137
    CIEN
    4137
    75376
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    M 7:00p - 9:30p
    633 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    J. Chang 47 / 45 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4138y Real-Estate Finance for Construction Management 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: IEOR E2261, CIEN E3129, or instructor's permission. Introduction to financial mechanics of public and private real-estate development and management. Working from perspectives of developers, investors and taxpayers, financing of several types of realestate and infrastructure projects are covered. Basics of real-estate accounting and finance, followed by in-depth studies of private, public, and public/private-partnership projects and their financial structures. Focused on U.S.-based financing, with some international practices introduced and explored. Financial risks and rewards, and pertinent capital markets and their financing roles. Impacts and incentives of various government programs, such as LEED certification and solar power tax credits. Case studies provide opportunity to compare U.S. practices to several international methods. Priority given to graduate students in Construction Engineering and Management.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E4138
    CIEN
    4138
    96501
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    W 7:00p - 9:30p
    545 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    A. Latt 38 / 30 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4139x The Theory and Practice of Virtual Design and Construction 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E4129 or Instructor's Permission. History and development of Building Information Modeling (BIM), its uses in design and construction, and introduction to the importance of planning in BIM implementation. Role of visual design and construction concepts and methodologies, including integrated project delivery form in architecture, engineering, and construction industries from project design, cost estimating, scheduling, coordination, fabrication, installation, and financing. Priority given to graduate students in Construction Engineering and Management.

  • CIEN E4140x Environmental, Health, and Safety Concepts in Construction Processes 3 pts. Lect: 3 Prerequisites: Graduate student standing in Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics required; preference given to students in Construction Management. A definitive review and comprehensive introduction of the construction industry best practices and fundamental concepts of environmental health and safety management systems for the Construction Management field. How modern EH&S management system techniques and theories not only result in improved safe work environments but ultimately enhance operational processes and performance in construction projects.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E4140
    CIEN
    4140
    16958
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    M 4:10p - 6:40p
    TBA
    P. Haining 7 / 65 [ More Info ]
  • CIEE E4163x Sustainable Water Treatment and Reuse 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: Introductory chemistry (with laboratory) and fluid mechanics. Fundamentals of water pollution and wastewater characteristics. Chemistry, microbiology, and reaction kinetics. Design of primary, secondary, and advanced treatment systems. Small community and residential systems.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEE E4163
    CIEE
    4163
    27843
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    M 4:10p - 6:40p
    TBA
    W. Becker 7 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4210x Forensic Structural Engineering 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: Working knowledge of structural analysis and design; graduate student standing or instructor's permission. Review of significant failures, civil/structural engineering design and construction practices, ethical standards and the legal positions as necessary background to forensic engineering. Discussion of standard-of-care. Study of the process of engineering evaluation of structural defects and failures in construction and in service. Examination of the roles, activities, conduct and ethics of the forensic consultant and expert witness. Students are assigned projects of actual cases of non-performance or failure of steel, concrete, masonry, geotechnical and temporary structures, in order to perform, discuss and report their own investigations under the guidance of the instructor.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E4210
    CIEN
    4210
    17566
    001
    Tu 4:10p - 6:40p
    TBA
    R. Ratay 0 / 25 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4212y Structural assessment and failure 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: ENME E3113 and CIEN E3121. Laboratory and field test methods in assessment of structures for rehabilitation and to determine causes of failure; ASTM and other applicable standards; case histories of failures and rehabilitation in wood, steel, masonry, and concrete structures.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E4212
    CIEN
    4212
    24706
    001
    Tu 4:10p - 6:40p
    415 SCHAPIRO CEPSER
    R. Ratay 14 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4213x Elastic and inelastic buckling of structures 3 pts. Lect: 3. Stability of framed structures in the elastic and inelastic ranges. Lateral buckling of beams. Torsional buckling of compression members. Buckling of plates of plate-stiffener combinations. Linear stability analysis of cylindrical shells and discussion of its limitations. Discussion of the semi-empirical nature of the elastoplastic relations used in the case of plates and shells.

  • CIEN E4226y Advanced design of steel structures 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E3125 or the equivalent. Review of loads and structural design approaches. Material considerations in structural steel design. Behavior and design of rolled steel, welded, cold-formed light-gauge, and composite concrete/steel members. Design of multi-story buildings and space structures.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E4226
    CIEN
    4226
    26274
    001
    Th 7:00p - 9:30p
    545 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    P. Woelke 59 / 60 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4232x Advanced design of concrete structures 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E3125 or the equivalent. Design of concrete slabs, deep beams, walls, and other plane structures; introduction to design of prestressed concrete structures.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E4232
    CIEN
    4232
    10049
    001
    F 4:10p - 6:40p
    TBA
    T. Panayotidi 9 / 55 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4233x Design of large scale bridges 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E3121 or the equivalent, and CIEN E3127 or the equivalent. Design of large scale and complex bridges with emphasis on cable-supported structures. Static and dynamic loads, componet design of towers, superstructures & cables; conceptual design of major bridge types including arches, cable stayed bridges and suspension bridges.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E4233
    CIEN
    4233
    27427
    001
    W 7:00p - 9:30p
    TBA
    T. Zoli 7 / 50 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4234y Design of large-scale building structures 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E3121 and CIEN E3127. Modern challenges in the design of large-scale building structures will be studied. Tall buildings, large convention centers and major sports stadiums present major opportunities for creative solutions and leadership on the part of engineers. This course is designed to expose the students to this environment by having them undertake the complete design of a large structure from initial design concepts on through all the major design decisions. The students work as members of a design team to overcome the challenges inherent in major projects. Topics include: overview of major projects, project criteria and interface with architecture, design of foundations and structural systems, design challenges in the post 9/11 environment and roles, responsibilities and legal issues. This is a graduate-level course requiring the stated prerequisites, self-study capability, and attendance at all classes, as well as after-class work with student teams.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E4234
    CIEN
    4234
    15678
    001
    W 4:10p - 6:40p
    633 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    R. Tomasetti 33 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4235x Multi-hazard design of structures 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E3125 or CIEN E4232, or instructor's permission. Fundamental considerations of wave mechanics; design philosophies; reliability and risk concepts; basics of fluid mechanics; design of structures subjected to blast; elements of seismic design; elements of fire design; flood considerations; advanced analysis in support of structural design.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E4235
    CIEN
    4235
    63365
    001
    Th 7:00p - 9:30p
    TBA
    Instructor To Be Announced 7 / 50 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4236y Design of prestressed concrete structures 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E4232 or instructor's permission. Properties of materials used in prestressed concrete; pre-tensioning versus post-tensioning; loss of prestress due to elastic shortening, friction, anchorage slip, shrinkage, creep and relaxation; full versus partial prestressing; design of beams for flexure, shear and torsion; method of load balancing; anchorage zone design; calculation of deflection by the lump-sum and incremental time-step methods; continuous beams; composite construction; prestressed slabs and columns.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E4236
    CIEN
    4236
    80801
    001
    F 1:10p - 3:40p
    644 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    T. Panayotidi 13 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4241x Geotechnical engineering fundamentals 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E3141 or the instructor's permission. Bearing capacity and settlement of shallow and deep foundations; earth pressure theories; retaining walls and reinforced soil retaining walls; sheet pile walls; braced excavation; slope stability.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E4241
    CIEN
    4241
    67583
    001
    M 1:10p - 3:40p
    TBA
    H. Ling 4 / 35 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4242y Geotechnical earthquake engineering 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E3141 or the equivalent Seismicity, earthquake intensity, propagation of seismic waves, design of earthquake motion, seismic site response analysis, in situ and laboratory evaluation of dynamic soil properties, seismic performance of underground structures, seismic performance of port and harbor facilities, evaluation and mitigation of soil liquefaction and its consequences. Seismic earth pressures, slopes stability, safety of dams and embankments, seismic code provisions and practice. To alternate with E4244.

  • CIEN E4243x Foundation engineering 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E3141 or the equivalent. Conventional types of foundations and foundation problems: subsurface exploration and testing. Performance of shallow and deep foundations and evaluation by field measurements. Case histories to illustrate typical design and construction problems. To alternate with CIEN E4246.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E4243
    CIEN
    4243
    19685
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    Tu 7:00p - 9:30p
    TBA
    L. Sun 4 / 30 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4244y Geosynthetics and waste containment 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E4241 or the equivalent. Properties of geosynthetics. Geosynthetic design for soil reinforcement. Geosynthetic applications in solid waste containment system. To alternate with CIEN E4242.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E4244
    CIEN
    4244
    96949
    001
    Th 4:10p - 6:40p
    414 SCHAPIRO CEPSER
    H. Ling 16 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4245x Tunnel design and construction 3 pts. Lect: 3. This course covers the engineering design and construction of different types of tunnel, including cut and cover tunnel, rock tunnel, soft ground tunnel, immersed tub tunnel, and jacked tunnel. The design for the liner, excavation, and instrumentation are also covered. A field trip will be arranged to visit the tunneling site.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E4245
    CIEN
    4245
    13060
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    F 1:10p - 3:40p
    TBA
    N. Munfakh 1 / 25 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4246y Earth retaining structures 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E3141. Retaining structures, bulkheads, cellular cofferdams, and braced excavations. Construction dewatering and underpinning. Instrumentation to monitor actual performances. Ground improvement techniques, including earth reinforcement, geotextiles, and grouting. To alternate with CIEN E4243.

  • CIEN E4247x Design of Large-Scale Deep Foundation Systems 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E3141. This course builds upon the teachings of soil mechanics and introduction to foundation courses by focusing on deep foundations in difficult conditions. The course introduces practical considerations and constraints of designing foundations. The course will cover the design process from the start of field investigations through construction and the application of deep foundations by analyzing two real world class projects.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E4247
    CIEN
    4247
    67071
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    Th 4:10p - 6:40p
    TBA
    G. Leventis
    R. Frizzi
    2 / 35 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4250y Waste containment design and practice 3 pts. Lect: 3.Not offered in 2016-2017. Prerequisites: ENME E3161 and CIEN E3141, or the equivalents. Strategies for the containment of buried wastes. Municipal and hazardous waste landfill design; bioreactor landfills; vertical barriers, evapo-transpiration barriers and capillary barriers; hydraulic containment; in situ stabilization and solidification techniques; site investigation; monitoring and stewardship of buried wastes; options for land reuse/redevelopment.

  • CIEE E4252x Environmental engineering 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CHEM C1403 or the equivalent; ENME E3161 or the equivalent. Engineering aspects of problems involving human interaction with the natural environment. Review of fundamentals principles that underlie the discipline of environmental engineering, i.e., constituent transport and transformation processes in environmental media such as water, air and ecosystems. Engineering applications for addressing environmental problems such as water quality and treatment, air pollutant emissions, and hazardous waster remediation. Presented in the context of current issues facing practicing engineers and government agencies, including legal and regulatory framework, environmental impact assessments, and natural resource management.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEE E4252
    CIEE
    4252
    17455
    001
    TuTh 1:10p - 2:25p
    TBA
    K. Chandran 19 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4253x Finite elements in geotechnical engineering 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E3141 and ENME E4332. State-of-the-art computer solutions in geotechnical engineering; 3-D consolidation, seepage flows, and soil-structure interaction; element and mesh instabilities. To be offered in alternate years with CIEN E4254.

  • CIEE E4257y Contaminant transport in subsurface systems 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEE E3250 or the equivalent. Single and multiple phase transport in porous media; contaminant transport in variably saturated heterogeneous geologic media; physically based numerical models of such processes.

  • CIEN E4260x Urban ecology studio 4 pts. Lect: 3. Lab: 3. Prerequisites: Senior undergraduate or graduate student standing and the instructor's permission. Conjoint studio run with the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) that explores solutions to problems of urban density. Engineering and GSAPP students will engage in a joint project that address habitability and sustainability issues in an urban environment, and also provides community service. Emphasis will be on the integration of science, engineering and design within a social context. Interdisciplinary approaches and communication will be stressed.

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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E4260
    CIEN
    4260
    14239
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    M 1:10p - 3:40p
    TBA
    W 2:00p - 4:00p
    TBA
    P. Culligan 0 / 20 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E4999x and y Fieldwork 1 pt. Instructor's written approval required. Written application must be made prior to registration outlining proposed study program. Final reports required. This course may not be taken for pass/fail credit or audited. International students must also consult with the International Students and Scholars Office.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E4999
    CIEN
    4999
    98397
    001
    TBA G. Deodatis 2 [ More Info ]
    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E4999
    CIEN
    4999
    73389
    001
    TBA G. Deodatis 1 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E6131y Quantitative infrastructure risk management 3 pts. Lect: 3.Not offered in 2016-2017. Prerequisites: IEOR E4003, CIEN E4133 or the equivalent. Core concepts of risk analysis, risk mitigation, and quantitative risk management applied to civil infrastructure systems. State of art of simulation applied to infrastructure risk management during construction and operation. Public Private Partnership (PPP) risk management: identification, quantification, mitigation of risks in transportation and energy PPP systems. Risk management during construction using the envelop method.

  • CIEN E6132y Advanced systems and technologies for global project collaboration 3 pts. Lect: 3.Not offered in 2016-2017. Prerequisites: CIEN E4129 or the equivalent. Systems and technologies that support collaborative work in global projects. Information technologies for design, visualization, project management, and collaboration in globally distributed networks of design, fabrication, and construction organizations, including Web-based, parametric computer-aided modeling, project organizational simulation, and other emerging applications. Global team project with students at collaborating universities abroad.

  • CIEN E6133y Advanced construction and infrastructure risk mangement using real options Not offered in 2016-2017. Prerequisites: CIEN E6131 Advanced concepts of risk analysis and management applied to civil engineering systems. Identifying and valuing flexibility in construction and operation. Tools to perform risk analysis in flexible civil infrastructure systems. Valuation methods for real options. Risk flexibility analyis; integrating real options analysis with quantitiatve risk analysis. Applications to case studies on construction management, life-cycle cost analysis for infrastructure assets, public-private partnerships projects, real estate developments, and renewable energy infrastructure projects.

  • CIEN E6232x Advanced topics in concrete engineering 3 pts. Lect: 3.Not offered in 2016-2017. Prerequisites: CIEN E3125 or the equivalent. Behavior of concrete under general states of stress, numerical modeling of steel and concrete, finite element analysis of reinforced concrete, design of slabs and their shell concrete structures.

  • CIEN E6246y Advanced soil mechanics 3 pts. Lect: 2.5. Prerequisites: CIEN E3141. Stress-dilatancy of sand; failure criteria; critical state soil mechanics; limit analysis; finite element method and case histories of consolidation analysis.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E6246
    CIEN
    6246
    86702
    001
    M 1:10p - 3:40p
    415 SCHAPIRO CEPSER
    H. Ling 9 [ More Info ]
  • CIEN E6248x Experimental soil mechanics 3 pts. Lect: 2.5. Prerequisites: CIEN E3141. Advanced soil testing, including triaxial and plane strain compression tests; small-strain measurement. Model testing; application (of test results) to design.

  • ENME E8310x Advance Continuum Mechanics 3 pts. Lect.: 3Not offered in 2016-2017. Prerequisites: MECE E6422 and E6423. This course is open to Ph.D. students and to M.S. students with instructor's permission. Review of continuum mechanics in Cartesian coordinates; tensor calculus and the calculus of variation; large deformations in curvilinear coordinates; electricity problems and applications,

  • CIEN E9101x and y-S9101 Civil engineering research 1-4 pts. Advanced study in a specialized field under the supervision of a member of the department staff. Before registering, the student must submit an outline of the proposed work for approval of the supervisor and the Department Chairman.

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    Spring 2016 :: CIEN E9101
    CIEN
    9101
    69204
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    TBA R. Betti 4 [ More Info ]
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    9101
    75278
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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E9101
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    9101
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  • CIEN E9120x and y-S9120 Independent studies in flight sciences 3 pts. By conference. Prerequisites: the instructor's permission. This course is geared toward students interested in flight sciences and flight structures. Topics related to aerodynamics, propulsion, noise, structural dynamics, aeroelasticity, and structures may be selected for supervised study. A term paper will be required.

  • CIEN E9130x and y-S9130 Independent studies in construction 3 pts. By conference. Prerequisites: Permission by Department Chairman and Instructor. Independent study of engineering and construction industry problems. Topics related to capital planning and financing, project management, contracting strategies and risk allocation, dispute mitigation and resolution, and infrastructure assessment and management may be selected for supervised study. A term paper is required.

  • CIEN E9165x and y-S9165 Independent studies in environmental engineering 4 pts. By conference. Prerequisites: CIEN E4252 or the equivalent. Emphasizes a one-on-one study approach to specific environmental engineering problems. Students develop papers or work on design problems pertaining to the treatment of solid and liquid waste, contaminant migration, and monitoring and sampling programs for remediation design.

  • CIEN E9201x and y-S9201 Civil engineering reports 1-4 pts. By conference. A project on some civil engineering subject approved by the Department Chairman.

  • CIEN E9800x and y-S9800 Doctoral research instruction 3-12 pts. May be taken for 3, 6, 9 or 12 points, dependent on instructor permission. A candidate for the Eng.Sc.D. degree in civil engineering must register for 12 points of doctoral research instruction. Registration in CIEN E9800 may not be used to satisfy the minimum residence requirement for the degree.

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    9800
    62102
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    9800
    15389
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    9800
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    9800
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    9800
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    9800
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    9800
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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E9800
    CIEN
    9800
    74355
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    9800
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    9800
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    9800
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  • CIEN E9900x and y-S9900 Doctoral dissertation A candidate for the doctorate may be required to register for this course every term after the student's coursework has been completed and until the dissertation has been accepted.

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    72366
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    9900
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    9900
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    9900
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    9900
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    Autumn 2016 :: CIEN E9900
    CIEN
    9900
    76125
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    Engineering Mechanics

  • ENME E3105x or y Mechanics 4 pts. Lect: 4. Prerequisites: PHYS C1401 and MATH V1101-V1102 and V1201. Elements of statics; dynamics of a particle and systems of particles; dynamics of rigid bodies.

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    Spring 2016 :: ENME E3105
    ENME
    3105
    77052
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    MWF 11:40a - 12:55p
    833 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    J. Hone 44 / 80 [ More Info ]
    Autumn 2016 :: ENME E3105
    ENME
    3105
    20330
    001
    W 11:40a - 12:55p
    TBA
    F 11:40a - 2:10p
    TBA
    I. Kougioumtzoglou 25 / 100 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E3106x Dynamics and vibrations 3 pts. Lect: 2. Prerequisites: MATH V1201. Corequisites: ENME E3105. Kinematics of rigid bodies; momentum and energy methods; vibrations of discrete and continuous systems; eigen-value problems, natural frequencies and modes. Basics of computer simulation of dynamics problems using MATLAB or Mathematica.

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    Autumn 2016 :: ENME E3106
    ENME
    3106
    75078
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    MW 1:10p - 2:25p
    TBA
    A. Smyth 32 / 50 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E3113x Mechanics of solids 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: ENME E3105 or equivalent (can be taken as corequisite). Stress and strain. Mechanical properties of materials. Axial load, bending, shear and torsion. Stress transformation. Deflection of beams. Buckling of columns. Combined loadings. Thermal stresses.

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    Autumn 2016 :: ENME E3113
    ENME
    3113
    10665
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    MW 10:10a - 11:25a
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    R. Betti 48 / 125 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E3114y Experimental mechanics of materials 4 pts. Lect: 2. Lab: 3. Prerequisites: ENME E3113. Material behavior and constitutive relations. Mechanical properties of metals and cement composites. Structural materials. Modern construction materials. Experimental investigation of material properties and behavior of structural elements including fracture, fatigue, bending, torsion, buckling.

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    Spring 2016 :: ENME E3114
    ENME
    3114
    20308
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    MW 10:10a - 11:25a
    825 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    S. Kawashima 24 [ More Info ]
    ENME
    3114
    60900
    B01
    TBA S. Kawashima 0 / 0 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E3161x Fluid mechanics 4 pts. Lect: 3. Lab: 3. Prerequisites: ENME E3105 and ordinary differential equations. Fluid statics. Fundamental principles and concepts of flow analysis. Differential and finite control volume approach to flow analysis. Dimensional analysis. Application of flow analysis: flow in pipes, external flow, flow in open channels.

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    Autumn 2016 :: ENME E3161
    ENME
    3161
    25413
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    TuTh 10:10a - 11:25a
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    Th 1:00p - 4:00p
    TBA
    Instructor To Be Announced 14 / 50 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E3332x A First Course in Finite Elements 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: Senior standing or by instructor permission
    (Students taking ENME E3332 cannot take ENME E4332) Corequisites: (Recommended): differential equations Focus on formulation and application of the finite element method to engineering problems such as stress analysis, heat transfer, fluid flow and electromagnetics. Topics include: finite element formulation for one-dimensional problems, such as trusses, electrical and hydraulic systems, scalar field problems in two dimensions, such as heat transfer, and vector field problems such as elasticity and finally usage of the commercial finite element program. Detailed course description: Focus on formulation and application of the finite element method to engineering problems such as stress analysis, heat transfer, fluid flow and electromagnetics. The course material is organized in three chronological units one month each: (1) the finite element formulation for one-dimensional problems, such as trusses, electrical and hydraulic systems, (2) the finite element formulation for scalar field problems in two dimensions, such as heat transfer and (3) the finite element formulation for vector field problems such as elasticity, and (4) finite element programming and usage of commercial finite element program.

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    Autumn 2016 :: ENME E3332
    ENME
    3332
    11382
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    Th 1:10p - 3:40p
    TBA
    J. Fish 18 / 35 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E4113x Advanced mechanics of solids 3 pts. Lect: 3. Stress and deformation formulation in two-and three-dimensional solids; viscoelastic and plastic material in one and two dimensions energy methods.

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    Autumn 2016 :: ENME E4113
    ENME
    4113
    63822
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    M 1:10p - 3:40p
    TBA
    H. Yin 3 / 25 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E4114y Mechanics of fracture and fatigue 3 pts. Lect: 3.Not offered in 2016-2017. Prerequisites: Undergraduate mechanics of solids course. Elastic stresses at a crack; energy and stress intensity criteria for crack growth; effect of plastic zone at the crack; fracture testing applications. Fatigue characterization by stress-life and strain-life; damage index; crack propagation; fail safe and safe life analysis.

  • ENME E4115y Micromechanics of Composite Materials 3 pts. Lect: 3 Prerequisites: ENME E4113 or instructor's approval. An introduction to the constitutive modeling of composite materials: Green's functions in heterogeneous media, Eshelby's equivalent inclusion methods, eigenstrains, spherical and ellipsoidal inclusions, dislocations, homogenization of elastic fields, elastic, viscoelastic and elasto-plastic constitutive modeling, micromechanics-based models.

  • ENME E4202y Advanced mechanics 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: ENME E3105 or the equivalent. Differentiation of vector functions. Review of kinematics. Generalized coordinates and constraint equations. Generalized forces. Lagrange's equations. Impulsive forces. Collisions. Hamiltonian. Hamilton's principle.

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    Spring 2016 :: ENME E4202
    ENME
    4202
    12833
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    Tu 4:10p - 6:40p
    414 SCHAPIRO CEPSER
    A. Smyth 17 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E4214x Theory of plates and shells 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: ENME E3113. Static flexural response of thin, elastic, rectangular, and circular plates. Exact (series) and approximate (Ritz) solutions. Circular cylindrical shells. Axisymmetric and non-axisymmetric membrane theory. Shells of arbitrary shape.

  • ENME E4215x Theory of vibrations 3 pts. Lect: 3. Frequencies and modes of discrete and continuous elastic systems. Forced vibrations-steady-state and transient motion. Effect of damping. Exact and approximate methods. Applications.

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    Autumn 2016 :: ENME E4215
    ENME
    4215
    19875
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    M 4:10p - 6:40p
    TBA
    R. Betti 13 / 50 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E4332x Finite element analysis, I 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: Mechanics of solids, structural analysis, elementary computer programming (MATLAB) is recommended, linear algebra and ordinary differential equations. Direct stiffness approach for trusses. Strong and weak forms for one-dimensional problems. Galerkin finite element formulation, shape functions, Gauss quadrature, convergence. Multidimensional scalar field problems (heat conduction), triangular and rectangular elements, Isoparametric formulation. Multidimensional vector field problems (linear elasticity). Practical FE modeling with commercial software (ABAQUS). Computer implementation of the finite element method. Advanced topics. Not open to undergraduate students.

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    Autumn 2016 :: ENME E4332
    ENME
    4332
    20130
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    M 7:00p - 9:30p
    TBA
    H. Waisman 6 / 60 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E4363y Multiscale Computational Science and Engineering 3 pts. Lect.: 3 Prerequisites: ENME E4332, elementary computer programming, linear algebra. Introduction to multiscale analysis. Informationpassing bridging techniques: among them, generalized mathematical homogenization theory, the heterogeneous multiscale method, variational multiscale method, the discontinuous Galerkin method and the kinetic Monte Carlo-based methods. Concurrent multiscale techniques: domain bridging, local enrichment, and multigrid-based concurrent multiscale methods. Analysis of multiscale systems.

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    Spring 2016 :: ENME E4363
    ENME
    4363
    26617
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    Th 4:10p - 6:40p
    415 SCHAPIRO CEPSER
    J. Fish 9 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E6215y Principles and Applications of Sensors for Structural Health Monitoring 3 pts. Lect: 2.5. Lab: 0.5. Prerequisites: ENME E4215 Concepts, principles, and applications of various sensors for sensing structural parameters and nondestructive evaluation techniques for sub-surface inspection, data acquisition, and signal processing techniques. Lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on laboratory experiments.

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    Spring 2016 :: ENME E6215
    ENME
    6215
    27800
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    W 1:10p - 3:40p
    415 SCHAPIRO CEPSER
    M. Feng 4 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E6216y Structural Health Monitoring 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: ENME E4215 and ENME E4332 Principles of traditional and emerging sensors, data acquisition and signal processing techniques, experimental modal analysis (input-output), operational modal analysis (output-only), model-based diagnostics of structural integrity, data-based diagnostics of structural integrity, long-term monitoring and intelligent maintenance. Lectures and demonstrations, hands-on laboratory experiments.

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    Spring 2016 :: ENME E6216
    ENME
    6216
    22758
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    M 1:10p - 3:40p
    412 PUPIN LABORATORIES
    R. Betti 6 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E6218y Uncertainty Quantification for Engineering Applications 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E4111 or equivalent; elementary computer programming (MATLAB) is recommended; ordinary and partial differential equations. Introduction to predictive science; large-scale applications and prototypical models; review of fundamentals of probability and statistics. Representation of random inputs; parameter selection techniques; frequentist and Bayesian techniques for parameter estimation. Uncertainty propagation; stochastic spectral methods; model discrepancy; surrogate models; sensitivity analysis.

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    Spring 2016 :: ENME E6218
    ENME
    6218
    61753
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    Th 1:10p - 3:40p
    337 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    C. Gorle 9 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E6220y Random processes in mechanics 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: CIEN E4111 and ENME E4215 or equivalent. Review of random variables. Random process theory: stationary and ergodic processes, correlations functions, power spectra. Non-stationary and non-Gaussian processes. Linear random vibration theory. Crossing rates, peak distributions, and response analysis of non-linear structures to random loading. Major emphasis on simulation of various types of random processes. Monte Carlo simulation.

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    Spring 2016 :: ENME E6220
    ENME
    6220
    20108
    001
    Tu 7:00p - 9:30p
    834 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    I. Kougioumtzoglou 7 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E6315x Theory of elasticity 3 pts. Lect: 2.5.Not offered in 2016-2017. Foundations of continuum mechanics. General theorems of elasticity. Application to stress analysis and wave propagation.

  • ENME E6320x Computational Poromechanics 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: ENME E3332 or instructor's permission A fluid infiltrating porous solid is a multiphase material whose mechanical behavior is significantly influenced by the pore fluid. Diffusion, advection, capillarity, heating, cooling, and freezing of pore fluid, buildup of pore pressure, and mass exhanges among solid and fluid constituents all influence the stability and integrity of the solid skeleton, causing shrinkage, swelling, fracture, or liquefaction. These coupling phenomena are important for numerous disciplines, including geophysics, biomechanics, and material sciences. Fundamental principles of poromechanics essential for engineering practice and advanced study on porous media. Topics include balance principles, Biot's poroelasticity, mixture theory, constitutive modeling of path independent and dependent multiphase materials, numerical methods for parabolic and hyperbolic systems, inf-sup conditions, and common stabilization procedures for mixed finite element models, explicit and implicit time integrators, and operator splitting techniques for poromechanics problems.

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    Autumn 2016 :: ENME E6320
    ENME
    6320
    64697
    001
    W 7:00p - 9:30p
    TBA
    W. Sun 1 / 30 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E6333y Finite element analysis II 3 pts. Lect: 2.5. Prerequisites: ENME E4332 FE formulation for beams and plates. Generalized eigenvalue problems (vibrations and buckling). FE formulation for time-dependent parabolic and hyperbolic problems. Nonlinear problems, linearization, and solution algorithms. Geometric and material nonlinearities. Introduction to continuum mechanics. Total and updated Lagrangian formulations. Hyperelasticity and plasticity. Special topics: fracture and damage mechanics, extended finite element method.

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    Spring 2016 :: ENME E6333
    ENME
    6333
    29262
    001
    Th 7:00p - 9:30p
    834 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    H. Waisman 11 [ More Info ]
  • The course is aimed at exposing graduate students and practitioners from Civil, Mechanical, Aerospace, Chemical Engineering, Applied
    Mathematics, Physics and Materials with computational methods for
    nonlinear PDEs with emphasis on continuum mechanics. Civil
    Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering and
    Materials Science students will benefit from the course by being able to analyze variety of nonlinear mechanics problems including deformation, fracture, stability, corrosion, fatigue, lifing, aging and crashworthiness of structures and materials; applied mathematics and physics students will be exposed to systematic approach aimed at formulation and numerical solution of nonlinear partial differential equations for various engineering and applied science problems.

    ENME E6364x Nonlinear Computational Mechanics 3 pts. Prerequisites: ENME E4332 or equivalent, elementary computer programming, linear algebra. The formulations and solution strategies for finite element analysis of nonlinear problems are developed. Topics include the sources of nonlinear behavior (geometric, constitutive, boundary condition), derivation of the governing discrete equations for nonlinear systems such as large displacement, nonlinear elasticity, rate independent and dependent plasticity and other nonlinear constitutive laws, solution strategies for nonlinear problems (e.g., incrementation, iteration), and 54 computational procedures for large systems of nonlinear algebraic equations.

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    Autumn 2016 :: ENME E6364
    ENME
    6364
    22575
    001
    Th 4:10p - 6:40p
    TBA
    J. Fish 2 / 20 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E6364x Nonlinear Computational Mechanics 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: ENME 4332 or equivalent, elementary computer programming, linear
    algebra The formulations and solution strategies for finite element analysis of nonlinear problems are developed. Topics include the sources of nonlinear behavior (geometric, constitutive, boundary condition), derivation of the governing discrete equations for nonlinear systems such as large displacement, nonlinear elasticity, rate independent and dependent plasticity and other nonlinear constitutive laws, solution strategies for nonlinear problems (e.g., incrementation, iteration), and computational procedures for large systems of nonlinear algebraic equations. Rationale: The course is aimed at exposing graduate students and practitioners from Civil, Mechanical, Aerospace, Chemical Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Physics and Materials with computational methods for nonlinear PDEs with emphasis on continuum mechanics. Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science students will benefit from the course by being able to analyze variety of nonlinear mechanics problems including deformation, fracture, stability, corrosion, fatigue, lifing, aging and crashworthiness of structures and materials; applied mathematics and physics students will be exposed to systematic approach aimed at formulation and numerical solution of nonlinear partial differential equations for various engineering and applied science problems.

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    Autumn 2016 :: ENME E6364
    ENME
    6364
    22575
    001
    Th 4:10p - 6:40p
    TBA
    J. Fish 2 / 20 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E8320y Viscoelasticity and plasticity 4 pts. Lect: 3.Not offered in 2016-2017. Prerequisites: ENME E6315 or the equivalent, or the instructor's permission. Constitutive equations of viscoelastic and plastic bodies. Formulation and methods of solution of the boundary value, problems of viscoelasticity and plasticity.

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    Spring 2016 :: ENME E8320
    ENME
    8320
    15640
    001
    TuTh 7:00p - 8:40p
    633 SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    G. Dasgupta 3 [ More Info ]
  • ENME E8323y Nonlinear vibrations 3 pts. Lect: 2.5.Not offered in 2016-2017. Prerequisites: ENME E4215 or the equivalent. Free and forced motion of simple oscillators with nonlinear damping and stiffness. Exact, perturbation, iteration, and graphical methods of solution. Stability of motion. Chaotic vibrations.

    Graphics

  • GRAP E1115x and y Engineering graphics 3 pts. Lect: 1. Lab: 3. Engineering Graphics focuses on 3D software design for applications in engineering design, manufacturing, and graphics presentations. Students taking Engineering Graphics will be introduced to 3D design using advanced 3D modeling and visualization technologies using Maya and SolidWorks. The design process will include idea conception and 3D model development, as well as 3D printing and CNC Milling manufacturing specifications derived directly from the 3D models the students will produce in class. Aligned with the modeling and visualization content in this class, students will be introduced to the idea of creating 3D models that are suitable for 3D printing, CNC Milling, Injection Molding, and Laser Cutting for buildings. Students will also learn about the different models and drawing specifications that are required by the different manufacturing technologies available today. Lab fee: $300.

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    Spring 2016 :: GRAP E1115
    GRAP
    1115
    29691
    001
    M 4:10p - 6:40p
    1220B SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    X. Bierd 44 / 45 [ More Info ]
    Autumn 2016 :: GRAP E1115
    GRAP
    1115
    64603
    001
    M 4:10p - 6:40p
    TBA
    X. Bierd 25 / 45 [ More Info ]
  • GRAP E2005y Computer-aided engineering graphics 3 pts. Lect: 1.5. Lab: 2.5.Not offered in 2016-2017. Prerequisites: MATH V1105 Basic concepts needed to prepare and understand engineering drawings and computer-aided representations: preparation of sketches and drawings, preparation and transmission of graphic information. Lectures and demonstrations, hands-on computer-aided graphics laboratory work. Term project.

  • GRAP E3115y Advanced computer modeling and animation 3 pts. Lect: 1. Lab: 3. Advanced Modeling and Animation focuses on the use of 3D modeling, animation and simulation technologies for 3D design, 3D analysis, design presentations and manufacturing. Students will learn modeling, animation and simulation for mechanical models, structural models, kinematics models, design visualization, and other applications of 3D software technologies. This course will introduce students to advanced 3D modeling and visualization tools such as SolidWorks, Maya, Revit, Photoshop, Illustrator and Final Cut Pro. During the course of the semester, students will be guided through the different uses and applications of these software packages in the context of Engineering Design, Industrial Design, Process Visualization, Assembly Visualization and Finite Element Analysis (FEA). Lab fee:$300.

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    Spring 2016 :: GRAP E3115
    GRAP
    3115
    16370
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    W 4:10p - 6:40p
    1220B SEELEY W. MUDD BUILDING
    X. Bierd 34 / 35 [ More Info ]
    Autumn 2016 :: GRAP E3115
    GRAP
    3115
    11628
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    W 4:10p - 6:40p
    TBA
    X. Bierd 24 / 35 [ More Info ]
  • GRAP E4005y Computer graphics in engineering 3 pts. Lect: 3. Prerequisites: Any programming language and linear algebra. Numerical and symbolic (algebraic) problem solving with Mathematica. Formulation for graphics application in civil, mechanical, and bioengineering. Example of two-and three-dimensional curve and surface objects in C++ and Mathematica; special projects of interest to electrical and computer science.