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WEEKLY SCHEME OF

WORK

Programme Outcomes (PO)


Upon completion of the programme, students are able to:
PO
1

Ability to acquire and apply basic knowledge of science, mathematics and


engineering (C)

PO 2 Ability to communicate effectively, not only with engineers but also with the public
(A)
PO
3

To identify, formulate and solve engineering problems using thinking skills and
engineering reasoning (C)

PO
4

Ability to act effectively as an individual and act as a group with leadership


capabilities (A)

PO 5 Understanding of the social, cultural, global, environmental responsibilities, ethics


and the needs for sustainable development (A)
PO 6 Acquiring the capacity to undertake lifelong learning and having the knowledge of
contemporary issues (C)
PO
7

Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyse, interpret data


and to construct engineering drawing (P)

PO 8 Ability to function in multidisciplinary teams (A)


PO 9 Having the knowledge of management, financial and entrepreneurship (C)

UiTM Caw Pulau Pinang

Faculty of Civil
Engineering
Course Information:
ECW 321 Basic Hydraulics
Weekly Scheme of Work (Lesson Plan)
Semester : DEC 16-APR 17
3 credit unit
2 hours of lecture, 1 hour tutorial & 2 hours of laboratory/week
Semester 4
Pre- requisite ECW 251
References:
Nalluri, C. & Featherstone, R.E. (2009). Civil Engineering Hydraulics, 5th Edition.
Blackwell.
Cengel, Y.A & Cimbala J.M.. (2010). Fluid Mechanics Fundamentals and Applications 2nd
Ed. McGraw-Hill.
Munson, B.R., Young, D.F., Okiishi, T.H. & Huebsch, W.W. (2006). Fundamentals of
Fluid Mechanics, 6th Ed. McGraw-Hill.
Course Outcomes (CO)
At the end of the course, the students should be able to:
CO 1 Identify and solve engineering problems related to laminar and turbulent flows in
pipes and pipe networks (C2-C4).
CO 2 Apply and evaluate steady-uniform and non-uniform flow in open channels (C4C6).
CO 3 Analyze the operational performance of pumps and turbines (C1-C4).
CO 4 Conduct experiment and synthesize data from the experiment of fluid mechanics
and basic hydraulics (P4).
CO 5 Develop individual and leadership capabilities thus to perform effectively through
Group laboratory experiments and reports (A4).
Course synopsis:
This course builds on the fundamental given Fluid Mechanics and reinforces students
understanding on the behaviour of fluids through the study of water flow in typical civil
engineering applications. The course covers the study of staedy incompressible flown in
pipelines and pipe networks, uniform and non-uniform flow in open channels and fluid
machineries. Students are required to conduct experiments, analyze and synthesize data and
prepare laboratory reports.
Chapters:
Chapter 1 : Pipe Flow Analyses
Chapter 2 : Open Channel Flow
Chapter 3 : Hydraulic Machineries-Pumps & Turbines

LECTURE, TUTORIAL AND LABORATORY PRACTICAL


WEEK
1

DATE
5/12- 9/12

TOPIC
CHAPTER
Lecture & Tutorial:
1
Subject overview
Pipe Flow OBE briefing on ECW321
Analyses Briefing on assessment

LEARNING OUTCOMES
Lecture & Tutorial:
-Students will be introduced to
OBE and will be briefed on
the topics covered for the
semester
-Explanation
on assessment for
1.1 Application of Hagen
ECW321
Poisseuille and DarcyWeisbach Equations on
laminar and turbulent Students should be able to:
flows in bounded system. -Discuss laminar and Turbulent
flows in circular pipes. (CO1PO1)
-Apply
Hagen
Poisseuille
Equation to solve laminar
problems. (CO1-PO3)

REMARKS
ONLINE
ENTRANCE
SURVEY

(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)
2

12/1216/12

CHAPTER
1
Pipe Flow
Analyses

Lecture & Tutorial:


Lecture & Tutorial:
1.1 Application of Hagen Students should be able to:
Poisseuille and Darcy- -Discuss Chezy Equation and its
Weisbach Equations on
application. (CO1-PO1)
laminar and turbulent -Apply Darcy Weisbach Equation
flows
in
bounded
to solve turbulent flow
system.
problems. (CO1-PO3)

(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)
3

19/1223/12

CHAPTER
1
Pipe Flow
Analyses

Lecture & Tutorial:


Lecture & Tutorial:
1.2 Explain the Moody Students should be able to:
Chart in determining -Explain the use of Moodys Chart
flow friction factor.
in determining flow friction
factor. (CO1-PO1)
1.3 Separation losses in pipe -Able to understand the Moody
flow due to sudden
Chart in determining flow
contraction, expansion
friction factor,f that will be
and pipe fittings.
used to solve pipe problems.
(CO1-PO3)
- Solve different categories of
pipe problems. (CO1-PO3)
- Able to identify different
types of separation losses and
taking into account the losses
to solve pipe problems.
(2 hours LECTURE)
(CO1-PO3)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)

DIAGNOSTIC
TEST

26/1230/12

CHAPTER
1
Pipe Flow
Analyses

Lecture & Tutorial:


Lecture & Tutorial:
1.4 Use of energy equation Students should be able to:
in pipe flow
-Apply energy equation to
incompressible flow in pipes.
(CO1-PO1)
(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)

2/1-6/1

CHAPTE
R1
Pipe Flow
Analyses

Lecture & Tutorial:


Lecture & Tutorial:
1.5 Flow in series, parallel Students should be able to:
and branching pipes.
-Discuss the flow in series,
parallel and branching pipes
and solve problem related to
these types of flow.(CO1PO1:PO3)
(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)

9/1-13/1

CHAPTE
R1
Pipe Flow
Analyses

Lecture & Tutorial:


Lecture & Tutorial:
1.6 The Quantity Balance Students should be able to:
Method for solving pipe -Discuss Quantity Balance Method
networks.
and
its
application
in
determining the discharge and
head by using continuity
equation to solve pipe
networks
problems.(CO1PO1:PO3)
Laboratory Practical:
Practical Test 1 (15%)
(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)

16/120/1

CHAPTE
R2
Open
Channel
Flow

Lecture & Tutorial:


2.1 Introduction to concept
and equations on open
channel flow.

Lecture & Tutorial:


Students should be able to:
- Distinguish closed from open
channel flow. (CO2-PO1)
- Able
to
define
the
classification of flows. (CO2PO3)

(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)
8

23/1-26/1

CHAPTE
R2
Open

Lecture & Tutorial:


Lecture & Tutorial:
2.2 Computation of velocity Students should be able to:
and discharge using -Analyze Mannings Equation.

Channel
Flow

Chezy and Manning


equations for different
cross section.

(CO2-PO3)

(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)

MID TERM BREAK 27 JANUARY 2017-4 FEB 2017


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6/2- 10/2

CHAPTER
2
Open
Channel
Flow

Lecture & Tutorial:


Lecture & Tutorial:
2.3 Concept of optimum Students should be able to:
cross section in open -Outline the concept of optimum
channel.
cross-section in open channel.
(CO2-PO1)
- Estimate the optimum crosssection for different types of
geometrical shapes with the
influence value of area,
hydraulic mean depth and the
perimeter. (CO2-PO3)
(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)

10

13/2-17/2

CHAPTER
2
Open
Channel
Flow

Lecture & Tutorial:


2.4 Introduction to specific
energy and momentum
equations to critical flow
conditions. Effect of
change in bed level
(flow over broad-crested
weir). Effect of lateral
contraction of a channel
(Venturi flume).

Lecture & Tutorial:


Students should be able to:
- Use the specific energy and
momentum equations for the
analysis of steady non
uniform flow.(CO2-PO3)
- Analyze the concept of
specific
energy
and
application of Momentum
Equation in critical flow
condition.(CO2-PO3)

(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)
11

20/2-24/2

CHAPTER
2
Open
Channel
Flow

Lecture & Tutorial:


Lecture & Tutorial:
2.4 Introduction to specific Students should be able to:
energy and momentum -Identify different types of
equations to critical flow
transition of flows and their
conditions. Effect of
classification. (CO2-PO1)
change in bed level -Analyze flow problems related to
(flow over broad-crested
the effect of changes in the bed
weir). Effect of lateral
level and width of the channel.
contraction of a channel
(CO2-PO3)
(Venturi flume).
-Analyze the concept of specific
energy and application of
(2 hours LECTURE)
Momentum
Equation
in
(1 hour TUTORIAL)
critical flow condition.(CO2PO3)

12

27/2-3/3

CHAPTER
2
Open
Channel
Flow

Lecture & Tutorial:


Lecture & Tutorial:
2.5 Hydraulic jump and Students should be able to:
conjugate depth
-Analyze the phenomenon of
hydraulics jump and conjugate
depth. (CO2-PO3)
-Solve
problem
related
to
hydraulics jump and conjugate
depth. (CO2-PO3)
Laboratory Practical:
Practical Test 2 (15%)

(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)
13

6/3-10/3

CHAPTER
3
Hydraulic
Machineries
-Pumps &
Turbines

Lecture & Tutorial:


Lecture & Tutorial:
3.1 Introduction to different Students should be able to:
types
of
pumps- - List and describe the types of
Centrifugal
and
pump (CO3-PO1)
reciprocating pumps.
-Discuss pumps and classify the
different types of pumps.
Performance of pumps
(CO3-PO1)
theoretical power, actual -Produce characteristics curves to
power, efficiency and
show the characteristic of
speed.
pumps. (CO3-PO3)
-Determine the performance of
Pump selection using
pumps. (CO3-PO3)
head discharge and
characteristic curves.
Laboratory Practical:
Mini Project
(CO4-PO7)

(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)
14

13/3-17/3

CHAPTER
3
Hydraulic
Machineries
-Pumps &
Turbines

Lecture & Tutorial:


Lecture & Tutorial:
3.2 Introduction to different Students should be able to:
types of turbines - -Discuss turbines and classify the
Impulse and reaction
different types of turbines.
turbines.
(CO3-PO1)
-Explain Pelton Wheel Turbine and
its application.(CO3-PO1)
-Perform hydraulic analysis on a
Pelton Wheel to determine the
efficiency of the turbine. .
(CO3-PO3)
Laboratory Practical:
Mini Project
(CO4-PO7)

(2 hours LECTURE)
(1 hour TUTORIAL)

ONLINE
EXIT
SURVEY

LEVEL OF
OPENNESS

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

1
2

Safety and health in laboratory


Determination of Metacentric Height
Determination of hydraulic parameter in uniform flow for
open channels (Hydraulic Jump)
Measurement of pump efficiency, head and discharge
Application of Bernoulli Equation
Practical Test 1 (15%)
Determination of orifice coefficient
Determination of center of pressure
Measurement of flow broad crested/sharp crested weir
Measurement of fluid properties.
Measurement of Turbine efficiency, head and discharge)
Practical Test 2 (15%)
Determination of head loss in pipes due to friction
Determination of head loss in pipes due to fittings, sudden
expansion and contraction

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Prepared by:
GRADING
ASSESSMENT
PRACTICAL TEST X 2

CARRIED
MARKS
15%
30%

60%
TOTAL

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Endorsed by
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OPEN PN. NUR AZWA MUHAMAD BASHAR


(COURSELAB
COORDINATOR
ECW321)
ASSESSMENT
REPORT
10%
10%
FINAL EXAM

0
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60%
100%

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QUIZ AND TUTORIAL.
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DURING LECTURE CLASS.
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ECW321)
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