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Mindanao University of Science and Technology

College of Engineering and Architecture


SYLLABUS
Course Title: Engineering Hydrology
Course Code: CE 51
Credits: 3 units


MUST Vision
The Mindanao University of
Science and Technology (MUST) is
one of the country's leading
providers of scientific and
technological knowledge and skills.

MUST Mission
The University shall primarily
provide advanced education,
higher technological, professional
and advanced instruction in
mathematics, science, technology,
engineering, and advanced
research and extension work in
human resource development in
critical skills and competencies
required for global
competitiveness.Section 2. General
Mandate, RA 9519

Program Educational Objectives:
PEO1: An MUST-BSCE graduate can
apply basic and in-depth
mathematical, scientific and
engineering knowledge, skills and
techniques to the practice of civil
Semester/Year: First Semester
Class Schedule: MWF (Lab) 8:00-9:00am; TTH (lec) 8:00-9:00 am
Bldg/Rm no.: 09-205/09-105
Prerequisite(s): CE 50- Hydraulics

Co-requisite(s):
Instructor: Engr. Belma M. Villanueva
Email: bemzvillanueva@yahoo.com
Mobile no.: 0919-592-5577
Consultation Schedule: 11:00am-12:00nn
Bldg./Rm: 09-100
Office Phone no./Local:

I. Course Description:
[Why does this course exist? How does it fit in with the rest of the field/areas curriculum? ]

II. Course Outcomes (CO)
List as specifically as possible the course outcomes. It is helpful here to think about the
kinds of evidence you will need to assess the students learning as your objectives
should drive your assessment and grading schema. Kinds of evidence include what
students say, do, think and/or feel. A well stated objective has two components:
substance (content/subject matter like osmosis or absorption) and form: what action
must the student perform with regards to the substance (compare and contrast,
evaluate, analyze, apply, etc.).
Program Outcomes (PO)
a b c d e f g h i j k l
CO1: Describe or discuss the basic concepts of hydrology, its impact to
man and how human activities can affect the hydrologic cycle, the
interrelationship of the phases of the hydrologic cycle, the
importance of watersheds to weather and climate, the geographic
distribution, time variation and measurement of temperature and
humidity, and the types of precipitation.
X X X X
CO2: Identify and describe the composition and characteristics of the
atmosphere, the different apparatus used in collecting rainfall
data and the methods in determining the precipitation depth
X X X X
CO3: Solve practical problems, which involve numerical calculations
from working formulas used for hydrologic analysis and design
X X X X
CO4: Make solutions and decisions on a particular problem
incorporating social and moral impact and put into mind that a
X X X X X X X X



engineering.

PEO2: An MUST-BSCE graduate can
apply appropriate specialized
techniques, skills and engineering
tools as he designs, builds,
improves and/or installs civil
engineering systems and processes
intended to solve CE-related
problems with due consideration
of their impact and effects to
society and the environment while
keeping in mind his social and
ethical responsibilities

PEO3: An MUST-BSCE graduate can
effectively express his ideas, can
work alone or with other people,
and has a great desire keep on
learning in order to keep abreast of
new developments related to the
practice of his field of
specialization.

PEO3: An MUST-BSCE graduate can
proficiently conduct research
studies and employ research
outputs and recent advancements
in civil engineering tools and
methodologies in the practice of
his field of specialization.

Program Outcomes:
a: An ability to apply knowledge of
mediocre solutions could cause loss of life and/or property
CO5:
III. Course Outline:
Allotted Time Course Outcomes (CO) Topic/s Teaching-Learning Activities Assessment Tasks/Tools
June 13 & 14, 2013



Describe or discuss the
basic concepts of
hydrology. (CO1)


1. Hydrologic Cycle
1.1 Difference
Between
Hydrology and
Hydraulics.
Lecture / Discussion


Short Quiz

June 20, 2013 Describe the hydrologic
cycle and discuss its
impact to man and how
human activities can
affect the hydrologic
cycle. (CO1)


1.2 The Hydrologic
Cycle and the Human
Impact
Lecture / Discussion




Short Quiz


June 21, 2013
Describe or discuss the
interrelationship of the
phases of the hydrologic
cycle. (CO1)



1.3 Interrelationships
of Phases of the
Hydrologic Cycle

Lecture / Discussion



Short Quiz


June 27, 2013
Research on the
importance of
watersheds to weather
and climate. (CO4)

Identify and describe
2. Weather Basics
(Meteorology):
Atmospheric
Waters
2.1. The Atmosphere:
Composition, General
Research Work
Oral Report
Oral Report
Quiz




Mathematics, Physical Sciences
and engineering sciences to the
practice of civil engineering

b: An ability to design and conduct
experiments as well as to analyze
and interpret data

c: An ability to design, build, improve
and install systems and processes
which meet desired needs within
realistic constraints.

d: An ability to work effectively in
multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural
teams.

e: An ability to recognize, formulate
and solve Civil engineering problems

f: An understanding of the effects and
impcts of civil engineering pojects on
nature and society, and of the civil
engineer's social and ethical
responsibilities

g: Specialized engineering knowledge
in each applicable field, and the ability
to apply such knowledge to provide
solutions to actual problems.

h: An ability to effectively
communicate orally or in writing using
the English Language

i: An ability toi engage in life-long
earning and an acceptance of the
the composition and
characteristics of the
atmosphere (CO2)
Characteristics and
Stability.
June 28,2013


(June 28, 2013)


Describe how clouds are
formed, and identify the
types of clouds and their
location. (CO1 & CO2)


Evaluate an area if it is
flood-prone or not.
(CO4)
2.2. Introduction of
Cloud Physics:
Nucleation,
Growth and
Distribution.
Oral Report





Lab Requirement 1:
Submission of Vicinity and
Topographic Maps of a
Selected Flood-Prone Area
Oral Report
Quiz




Laboratory Requirement 1
Output
July 4 & 5, 2013



(July 8, 2013)

Describe the distribution
of solar radiation to the
earths surface. (CO1)

Discuss the relationship
between solar radiation
and precipitation (CO1)

Identify Runoff direction
and label on the vicinity
map (CO4)
2.3. Solar radiation and
Earths Energy
Balance
Oral Report






Lab Requirement 2:
Identification of the
direction of flow of Runoff
and labeling on the
topographic map


Oral Report
Quiz




Laboratory Requirement 2
Output
July 11, 2013

July 12, 2013

Describe or discuss the
geographic distribution,
time variation and
measurement of
temperature and
humidity.(CO1)
2.4. General
Circulation:
Thermal
Circulation and
Earths Rotation
Oral Report


Oral Report
Prelim Exam



need to keep current new
developments in the specific field of
specialization.

j: An ability to use the appropriate
techniques, skills and modern
engineering tools necessary for the
practice of civil engineering.

k: A knowledge of contemporary
issues.



(July 17, 2013)






July 18, 2013
Identify channel and
cross drain locations
and draw them on
the vicinity map (CO4)

Describe the types of
precipitation and how
they are formed.
(CO1)








3. Important Phases
of the Hydrologic
Cycle
3.1. Precipitation
Theories:
Orographic,
frontal,
Convective &
Cyclonic
Precipitations

Lab Requirement 3:
Identification of Location
and Drawing of Channels
and Cross Drains on the
Topographic Map
Oral Report
Laboratory Requirement 3
Output




Oral Report
Quiz
July 19, 2013

Differentiate El Nino and
La Nina Phenomena (CO1)
3.2. Counter-
Current Theory; El
Nio-La Nia
Phenomena

Oral Report Oral Report
Quiz
July 25 & 26, 2013


(July 31, 2103)

Identify and describe
the different apparatus
used in collecting
rainfall data. (CO2)



Compute the area and
runoff coefficients. (CO3
& CO4))

3.3. Observation &
Measurement of
Precipitation

Oral Report
Lecture

Requirement 4:
Area and coefficient of
runoff Computations



Oral Report
Quiz


Laboratory Requirement 4
Output




August 1 & 2, 2013




(August 7, 2013)
Identify and describe
the methods in
determining the
precipitation depth
(CO2)
Estimate the average
precipitation depth
using the different
methods.(CO3)

3.4. Precipitation
Data Analysis



Lecture


Requirement 5.
Computation of Length of
Flow & Storm Duration and
Identification of Storm
intensity (From IDF Curves of
CDO

Quiz



Laboratory Requirement 5
Output

August 8 & 9, 2013


August 12-17, 2013-


Describe the processes
involved in evaporation,
transpiration, interception
,depression storage ,
Infiltration &
Percolation.(CO1)

3.5. Evaporation,
Transpiration,
Interception ,
Depression
Storage
Infiltration &
Percolation




Oral Report



Oral Report


Midterm Exam Week

August 22, 23, 29 &
30, 2013





Describe the runoff and
discuss how it occurs.
(CO1)







4. Important Phases
of the Hydrologic
Cycle
4.1. Surface and
Subsurface
Runoff
Phenomena

Lecture





Quiz







(August 28, 2013)



Compute Actual individual
Channel discharges

Requirement 6:
Computation of Actual
Discharge in Each Channel

Laboratory Requirement 6
Output

Sept. 5 & 6, 2013


(Sept. 11, 2013)


Describe the rainfall-
runoff and discuss how it
occurs


Calculate the total
discharge in each channel
and cross drain

4.2. Rainfall-Runoff
Processes




lecture

Requirement 7:
Computation of Total
Discharge in each Channel
and Cross Drain.


Quiz

Laboratory Requirement 7
Output

Sept. 12, 2013


Compute Run-off that is
expected to flow through
pipes and open channels
(CO3)

4.3. Measurement
of Runoff for
Hydraulic Structures






Quiz

Sept. 13, 2013

Calculate probable flood
using hydrographs and IDF
curves
4.4. Flood Prediction:
Hydrographs

Lecture
Seat Work
Output of seatwork
Quiz


Sept. 19, 2013


Trace flow route of run-off





4.5. Flow-Routing
Techniques


Lecture
Seat Work

Output of seatwork
Quiz




(Sept. 25, 2013)

Design channel & cross
drain sizes using calculated
discharges
Requirement 8:
Design of Sizes of Channels
and Cross Drains

Laboratory Requirement 8
Output

Oct. 3, 2103

Calculate composite Run-
off coefficient (CO3)
5. Storm Water
Conveyance
Components
5.1. Runoff Coefficients

Lecture
Seatwork


Quiz
Output of seatwork

Oct. 4, 2013

Solve open channel
discharges and design
channel dimensions (CO3)
5.2. Open Channels

Quiz
Output of seatwork
Oct. 10 & 11, 2013



(Oct. 11, 2013)






(Oct. 18, 2013)
Solve pipe discharges and
design channel dimensions
(CO3)


Draw Longitudinal profiles
of channels and cross-
drains (CO4)
5.3. Circular Conduits

Review
Seatwork


Requirement 9:
Longitudinal Profile of
Channels and Cross-Drains
:

Quiz
Output of seatwork


Laboratory Requirement 9
Output


Submission of Compilation of
Lab Requirements
Oct. 17 & 18, 2013
Oct. 21-26, 2013-
Identify functions and
locations of inlets and
manholes.
5.4. Inlets & Manholes Lecture



Final Exam Week


IV. Course Requirements:
1. Class attendance and participation policy:



(a) Your attendance in class is not considered in the computation of your grades. However, to ensure that you will attend
classes regularly, a short quiz will be given every meeting. The quiz will cover the topics discussed in the previous class
meetings and lectures.
(b) Participation in laboratory activities: During laboratory time, you are required to work on your requirements inside the
classroom, unless an a new instruction will be given to you by the instructor.

2. Course Readings/Materials:
(a) Textbooks & References: Haestad Methods: Storm Water Conveyance Modeling and Design. 2004
Linsley, Ray K. and JoFebh B. Franzini: Water Resources Engineering. McGraw-Hill. 1979.

(b) Supplies needed: calculators, Topographic and vicinity maps of area of study.
(c) URLs for online resources
1. http://www.fwee.org/hlogic.html
2. Wikipedia.org
3. http://physics.ship.edu/~mrc/astro/NASA_Space_Science/observe.arc.nasa.gov/nasa/earth/hydrocycle/hydro4
4. http://www.davidkrohn.net/mans-impact-on-the-hydrological-cycle/
5. UN Http://www.irinnews.org/webspecials/runningdry/default.asp
6. PhysicalGeography.net

3. Assignments, Assessment, and Evaluation
(a) Policy concerning homework: Homework that will be assigned should be submitted on the due date. Late submission of
any assignment will not be condoned. You can email your assignment in case you will be absent from class.
(b) Policy concerning make-up exams: Only absences due to emergency and health reasons are given consideration in giving
special quizzes and exams.

(c) Policy concerning late assignments/requirements: Late submission of any requirement will not be condoned.
(d) Preliminary information on term papers or projects, with due dates: Midterm Term Paper should be submitted one week



before the scheduled University midterm exam week. Laboratory requirements should be submitted during the due
dates.
(e) Remember that your laboratory requirements constitute 1/3 of your term grade.
(f) Grading Policy:
Periodic Grade:
Lecture: Term Rating = 2/3 Ave. Quiz + 1/3 Term Exam
Laboratory: Term Rating = Average Rating of Requirements
Over-all Term Rating = 2/3 x Lecture Term Rating + 1/3 x Laboratory Term Rating

Midterm Grade = (Prelim Term Rating + Midterm Rating)
Tentative Final Grade = (Semi-Final Term Rating + Final Term Rating)
Final grade: Final Grade = 1/3 Midterm Grade + 2/3 Tentative Final Grade
(g) Subject-to-change notice
(h)) Date and time of Final Exam: Will be posted a week before the scheduled University Final Exam week
4. Use of VLS in class
to distribute course materials, to communicate and collaborate online, to post grades, to submit assignments, and to give you
online quizzes and surveys.
Disclaimer:
Every attempt is made to provide a complete syllabus that provides an accurate overview of the subject. However, circumstances and events make it necessary for the instructor to modify the syllabus during the semester. This may depend, in part, on the progress, needs, and
experiences of the students
Prepared by: RECOMMENDING APPROVAL: APPROVED BY:


ENGR. BELMA M. VILLANUEVA ENGR. BELMA M. VILLANUEVA DR. AMBROSIO B. CULTURA, II, Ph.D.
Instructor CE Chairperson CEA Dean