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Fall Semester 2017  

Civil Engineering
Souhail Elhouar • Jobst Hall 108 • 677-3830
C E100Introduction to Civil Engineering (1 hour)Seats
 01 Tu1:00 PM -1:50 PM JOB341 Staff  18
 02 Th1:00 PM -1:50 PM JOB341 Staff  22
C E150Mechanics I (3 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: MTH 121 or MTH 115 or MTH 119
 01 MWF10:00 AM -10:50 AM JOB200 Staff  0
 02 MWF11:00 AM -11:50 AM JOB200 Staff  0
 03 TT5:00 PM -6:15 PM JOB200 Staff  20
C E200Engineering Co-Op (0 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: sophomore standing in the College of Engineering and Technology, 2.0 overall grade point average at Bradley, approval of engineering and technology Co-op coordinator and Co-op faculty advisor.
 01 *R* Arr     Jamie Cobb   
C E206Surveying (2 hours)Seats
Registration in one lecture & one lab required
 01 M12:00 PM -12:50 PM JOB200 Staff  0
 02 W12:00 PM -12:50 PM JOB200 Staff  0
 03 F12:00 PM -12:50 PM JOB200 Staff  0
 A M2:00 PM -4:50 PM JOB122 Staff  4
 B Tu2:00 PM -4:50 PM JOB122 Staff  0
 C W2:00 PM -4:50 PM JOB122 Staff  0
 D F2:00 PM -4:50 PM JOB122 Staff  5
C E224CADD (3 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CON 132.
 01 M2:00 PM -4:50 PM JOB126 Staff  5
 02 Tu5:00 PM -7:50 PM JOB126 Staff  15
C E250Mechanics II (3 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CE 150.
 01 MWF9:00 AM -9:50 AM JOB200 Staff  0
 02 MWF10:00 AM -10:50 AM JOB304 Staff  2
 03 MWF10:00 AM -10:50 AM BR126 Staff  15
C E260Fluid Mechanics (3 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CE 250.
 01 MW1:00 PM -2:00 PM JOB306 Staff  1
 LabA Tu2:00 PM -4:50 PM JOB105 Staff   
C E270Mechanics of Materials (3 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CE 150.
 01 MWF1:00 PM -1:50 PM JOB200 Staff  3
 02 MWF2:00 PM -2:50 PM JOB200 Staff  11
C E350Geotechnical Engineering (4 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CE 260, CE 270.
 01 MWF9:00 AM -9:50 AM JOB302 Staff  3
 A Tu2:00 PM -4:50 PM JOB118 Staff  3
 B Th2:00 PM -4:50 PM JOB118 Staff  1
C E359Structural Analysis (4 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CE 270.
 01 MTTF11:00 AM -11:50 AM JOB300 Staff  0
C E360Introduction to Environmental Engineering (4 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CHM 110 and CHM 111.
 01 MWF10:00 AM -10:50 AM JOB300 Staff  1
 A Tu2:00 PM -4:50 PM JOB217 Staff  1
 B Th2:00 PM -4:50 PM JOB217 Staff  1
C E365Reinforced Concrete Design (4 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CE 359.
 01 MWF11:00 AM -11:50 AM JOB302 Staff  18
 LabA Tu9:00 AM -11:50 AM JOB117 Staff   
C E383Ethics and Sustainability (1 hour)Seats
 01 M8:00 AM -8:50 AM JOB304 Staff  0
 02 W8:00 AM -8:50 AM JOB304 Staff  0
C E430Water Supply & Hydraulic Engineering (3 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CE 260.
 01 MW3:30 PM -4:45 PM JOB341 Staff  10
C E442Design of Steel Structures (3 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CE 359.
 01 MWF10:00 AM -10:50 AM JOB308 Staff  0
C E480Transportation Engineering (3 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CE 206.
 01 TT5:00 PM -6:15 PM JOB300 Staff  0
C E493Civil Engineering Design Project I (2 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CE 393
 01 MW12:00 PM -12:50 PM JOB304 Amir W Al-Khafaji  0
 Transportation Engineering Section
 02 MW12:00 PM -12:50 PM JOB300 Amir W Al-Khafaji  15
 Environmental Engineering Section
 03 MW12:00 PM -12:50 PM JOB302 Amir W Al-Khafaji  14
C E515Advanced Foundation Engineering (3 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CE 422
 01 TT6:30 PM -7:45 PM JOB341 Staff  24
C E520Advanced Numerical Methods (3 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CE 210. Not open to students who have previously earned credit in CE 610.
 01 TT5:00 PM -6:15 PM JOB304 Staff  17
C E542Advanced Water Treatment (3 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CE 360.
 01 MW3:30 PM -4:45 PM JOB304 Staff  22
C E546Groundwater Hydrology (3 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CE 260.
 01 TT6:30 PM -7:45 PM JOB300 Staff  18
C E560Advanced Structural Analysis (3 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CE 210 and CE 359.
 01 MW5:00 PM -6:15 PM JOB308 Staff  11
C E575Structural Dynamics (3 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CE 210 and CE 359.
 01 TT6:30 PM -7:45 PM JOB304 Staff  20
C E583Geometric Highway Design (3 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: CE 206.
 01 MW3:30 PM -4:45 PM JOB302 Staff  14
C E591Advanced Topics I (1 to 3 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: Consent of department chair.
 01 MW5:00 PM -6:15 PM JOB200 Staff  20
 "Advanced Pav. Design"
C E699Thesis (0 to 6 hours)Seats
Prerequisite: Consent of department chair
 01 *R* Arr     Kerrie Schattler   
Introduction to the civil engineering professions. Introduction to fundamental engineering concepts; engineering design; engineering ethics; professional societies; introduction to computers and computer applications.
Analysis of two- and three-dimensional force systems by vector algebra. Applications of principles of equilibrium to particles, rigid bodies, and simple structures. Friction, distributed forces, center of gravity, centroids, moments of inertia. U.S. and SI systems of units and applications.
Full-time cooperative education assignment for civil engineering students who alternate periods of full-time school with periods of full-time academic or career-related work in industry. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory.
Theory and applications of measurements of horizontal distances, differences in elevations, horizontal angles, vertical angles, bearings, azimuths, and areas and volumes. Simple horizontal and vertical curves, topographic surveys and mapping. Public land surveying system. Introduction to GPS technology.
Examinations of graphical capabilities of current computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) systems. Theoretical and hands-on applications of the most widely used CADD systems available for Civil Engineering and Construction students.
Kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies using vector analysis. Kinetics includes principles of force-mass-acceleration, work-energy, and impulse-momentum.
Fluid properties and fluid motion: basic laws of motion in integral form; applications of basic laws in solving fluid flow problems. Hydrostatics, dimensional analysis, similitude, and incompressible viscous flow (both laminar and turbulent) in conduits. Introduction to open channel flow; culverts, sewers, and streams. Laboratory experiments.
Internal forces; stress, strain, and their relations; stresses and deformations in axial and torsional loading; indeterminate problems; stresses and deformations in flexural members; transformation of stresses; introduction to member design; column buckling analysis.
Physical properties of soils, soil profiles, and deposits. Soil strength determination. Flow of water through soil masses. Laboratory experiments.
Analysis of statically determinate structures including influence lines. Deflections by area-moment, conjugate beam, and Castigliano's theorem. Analysis of statically indeterminate structures including influence lines. Classical solutions by consistent displacements, three-moment theorem, moment distribution, and slope deflection methods. Matrix methods for structural analysis by stiffness approach.
Analysis techniques and design procedures for unit operations and unit processes for water and waste water treatment. Techniques for the examination of water and waste water quality.Laboratory experiments.
Theory and design of reinforced concrete structures: beams, columns, slabs, walls, and buildings. Current ACI Code provisions for elastic and ultimate design. Laboratory experiments.
Engineering ethics with applications to sustainable civil infrastructure. Ethical responsibilities to public, clients, and employers. Social responsibility and public participation for civil infrastructure.
Water use and wastewater generation. Conveying and distributing water. Wastewater and stormwater conveyance system design. Design of storage structures and other systems for water conservation and water use; open channel flow, closed conduit flow, hydraulic structures, hydraulic power conversion.
Design of steel structural members. Behavior of members and connections. Theoretical and practical considerations in member selection and joint design.
Introduction to transportation engineering and planning as it relates to highways. Characteristics of highway systems: the driver, vehicle and roadway, traffic engineering studies, highway safety, traffic flow fundamentals, capacity and level of service concepts, intersection traffic control, transportation planning and site impact analysis, geometric design of highways.
First of a two-semester course design project sequence. Discussions of the relationship between the owner, architect, consultant, superintendent, construction manager, general contractor and subcontractors. Methods of project delivery, Project concepts through construction, design phases, and project challenges. Leadership, ethics, public policy issues, LEED, and basic business management practices. Oral and written report of preliminary plan.
Advanced pile capacity formulations, buckling, and lateral loading. Mat foundations, finite difference solutions. Foundations on difficult soils. Slope stability; stability of earth dams. Excavations; geotechnical instrumentation.
Selected numerical methods and applications chosen to meet current needs for solving problems in civil engineering.
Design of physical and chemical unit processes and unit operations with an emphasis on water treatment. Design of aeration systems, coagulation and flocculation processes, sedimentation tanks, filtration systems, chemical precipitation processes, ion exchange processes, and disinfection processes. Advanced purification methods including adsorption, reverse osmosis, electro-dialysis, and membrane processes. Treatment and disposal of physiochemical process sludges.
Groundwater in the hydrological cycle, fundamentals of groundwater flow; flow net analysis; steady-state and transient well testing techniques for parameter estimation; multiple well systems; leaky aquifers; sea water intrusion; groundwater investigation; artificial recharge of aquifers, design of wells; subsidence and lateral movement of land surface due to groundwater pumping. Design and computer applications.
Direct stiffness method for the analysis of two-dimensional trusses and frames, equivalent nodal forces, thermal and settlement effects, principle of virtual work, space trusses, grid structures, static condensation, Lagrange multipliers, tapered elements.
Single degree of freedom systems; multi-degree of freedom systems; lumped mass and consistent mass-MDOF beams; free and forced vibrations; earthquake loading; impact and impulsive loads; numerical procedures.
Application of standards, theory, and practice in design of streets and highways. Design of streets and highways including cross section elements, shoulder, and roadside features.
Topics of special interest, which may vary each time course is offered. Topic stated in current Schedule of Classes.
Research on a topic selected by the student and approved by the chair. Repeatable to a maximum of six hours total.
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