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UNIVERSITI TUN HUSSEIN ONN MALAYSIA

FAKULTI KEJURUTERAAN AWAM DAN ALAM SEKITAR

PERANCANGAN KULIAH
LECTURE PLAN

MAKLUMAT KURSUS (COURSE INFORMATION)

SEMESTER / SESI (SEMESTER / SESSION) : SEMESTER I/ SESSION 2015/2016

KOD KURSUS (COURSE CODE) : BFC 21103

NAMA KURSUS (NAME OF COURSE) : HYDRAULICS

BEBAN AKADEMIK PELAJAR (STUDENT ACADEMIC LOAD) :

Kategori Aktiviti Aktiviti Pembelajaran Jumlah Jam / Semester


(Category of Activities) (Learning Activity) (Total Hours / Semester)
Kuliah (Lecture) 28
Pembelajaran berbantu Tutorial/ Amali (Tutorial/ Practical) 14
(Guided learning)
Aktiviti pembelajaran bertumpukan pelajar
4
(Student centered learning activities)
Persediaan untuk tugasan/ projek
34
(Preparation for assignments/ projects)
Pembelajaran kendiri Pembelajaran kendiri/ ulangkaji
28
(Self learning) (Independent study/ revision)
Persediaan bagi penilaian
6
(Preparation for assessment)
Penilaian berterusan
3
Penilaian rasmi (Continuous assessments)
(Formal assessments) Menduduki peperiksaan akhir
3
(Final examination sitting)
JUMLAH JAM BELAJAR (JJB)
120
TOTAL STUDENT LEARNING TIME (SLT)

Kursus Pra-syarat (Pre-requisite Course) : None

Nama Pensyarah (Lecturer’s name) : Dr Hartini binti Kasmin (Coordinator) – Section 1


Prof Madya Dr Tan Lai Wai – Section 2
Dr Shalahudin bin Adnan – Section 2
Dr Siti Nazahiyah binti Rahmat – Section 3
Dr Mohd Adib bin Mohammad Razi – Section 4
Dr Muhammad Salleh bin Abustan – Section 4

Disediakan oleh (Prepared by) : Disahkan oleh (Approved by) :

Tandatangan (Signature) : Tandatangan (Signature) :


Nama (Name) : Hartini binti Kasmin Nama (Name) : Dr Mohd Adib b. Mohammad Razi
Tarikh (Date) : 23 August 2015 Tarikh (Date) : 23 August 2015

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MATLAMAT (GOALS) :

The student should know how to apply theories of hydraulics, methods and application of hydraulic designs
either experimentally or by actual situation.

SINOPSIS (SYNOPSIS) :

In Civil Engineering Hydraulics, the understanding of fluid properties and behavior in different civil
engineering applications, such as, flow of water through canals for irrigation, hydraulic structure and the
application of pump and turbine are of importance. This course introduces students to the application of
principle of fluid mechanics in civil, water and environmental engineering; especially hydraulic structures
such as channel and weir. Scopes of study include introduction to open channel flow, uniform and non-
uniform flows in open channel, specific energy and control section, and hydraulic structure and machinery.

HASIL PEMBELAJARAN (LEARNING OUTCOMES) :

Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:

1. Analyze the concept of uniform and non-uniform flow in open channel, hydraulic structure and
machinery (C4, PLO4).
2. Discuss technically the given open channel hydraulics problems (P3, PLO2).
3. Respond in group effectively in solving uniform and non-uniform flows problems (A3, PLO5).

ISI KANDUNGAN (CONTENT) :

MINGGU KANDUNGAN PENTAKSIRAN


(WEEK) (CONTENT) (ASSESSMENT)
1 1.0 INTRODUCTION TO OPEN CHANNEL FLOW (2 Hrs)
1.1 Types of flow Assignment No. 1
1.1.1 Uniform and non-uniform flow Project
1.1.2 Steady and unsteady flow.
1.2 State of flow
1.2.1 Froude number
1.2.2 Reynolds number
1.3 Types of open channel.
1.4 Geometric element of open channel.

2–4 2.0 UNIFORM FLOW IN OPEN CHANNEL (6 Hrs)


2.1 Velocity distribution on channel cross-section. Assignment No. 2
2.2 Chezy, Manning, Ganguilet-Kutter dan Bazin formulae Quiz No. 1
2.3 Bernoulli’s equation
2.4 Normal depth calculation using section factor.
2.5 Most efficient section for rectangular, triangular and
trapezoidal channel
5–7 3.0 SPECIFIC ENERGY AND CONTROL SECTION (6 Hrs)
3.1 Definition and concept of specific energy Assignment No. 3
3.2 Relationship of specific energy and depth of flow Test No. 1
3.3 Alternate depths, conjugate depths, and critical depth
3.4 Control section
3.4.1 Raised bottom (broad crested weir)
3.4.2 Channel constriction

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MINGGU KANDUNGAN PENTAKSIRAN
(WEEK) (CONTENT) (ASSESSMENT)
8 – 10 4.0 NON-UNIFORM FLOW IN OPEN CHANNEL (6 Hrs)
4.1 Rapidly varied flow Assignment No. 4
4.1.1 Hydraulic jump Quiz No. 2
4.1.2 Characteristics of hydraulic jump
4.1.3 Critical flow, energy loss and conjugate (sequent)
depths in hydraulic jump
4.2 Gradually varied flow
4.2.1 Flow profiles classification: mild, horizontal,
critical, steep and adverse slopes
4.2.2 Calculation of flow profile by direct integration,
numerical integration and direct step method.

11 - 12 5.0 HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES (4 Hrs)


5.1 Introduction of hydraulic structure: sluice gate, spillway, Assignment No. 5
weir and energy dissipator. Test No. 2
5.2 Application of hydraulic structures.

13 – 14 6.0 HYDRAULIC C MACHINERY


(4 HOURS LECTURE) Assignment No. 6
6.1 Introduction to turbines and pumps Quiz No. 3
6.2 Characteristics curve
6.3 Power and efficiency
6.4 Cavitation
6.5 Pumps connected in parallel and series
6.6 Hydraulic similitude

16 Final Examination
PROJEK (PROJECT) :

1. Each project group consists of up to five students.


2. The project requires each group to prepare a 3 – 5 minutes video about each topics in this course. In order
to prepare the video, supported documents should also be prepared; the storyboard and the project report.
3. Videos and the supported documents should be prepared in English language.
4. Criteria for storyboard and project report:
a. Introduction
b. Objectives
c. Scripts (according to the scenes proposed)
d. Group planning (provide evidence of meetings i.e pictures or minute meeting)
e. The report should be typed with 1.5 lines spacing, in Times New Roman, of 12 pt size letters and
printed on A4 size papers with margins 2.5 cm on all four sides.
f. The content of the report should not exceed 20 pages (including photos).
g. The report should include a cover page with list of group members, list of content, and list of
references.
4. Format or content of the video:
a. Introduction
b. Discussion on the content of the topic given;
c. Discussion on the real problems or issues related to the topic i.e how to relate the topic with reality on-
site such as flood, dam design, dam breaks, open channel problems in paddy fields etc.
d. Discussion on the solution of each problems/issues related to the topic.
5. Submission of the report is due on the last day of Week 10: 19 November 2015.
6. Assessment is based on available assessment rubrics (depending on the creativity and the critical
discussion of storyboard, report and the content of the video)

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PENILAIAN (ASSESSMENT) :
1. Kuiz (Quiz) : 5%
2. Tugasan Individu (Individual Assignment) : 5%
3. Tugasan Kumpulan (Group Assignment) : 20%
4. Ujian (Test) : 20 %
5. Peperiksaan Akhir (Final Examination) : 50%

Jumlah (Total) : 100 %


RUJUKAN (REFERENCES) :

1. Chow, V. T. (1975). Open-Channel Hydraulics, Auckland: McGraw-Hill. [TC175 .C56 1975]


2. Subramanya, K. (2009). Flow in Open Channels. Boston: McGraw-Hill. [TC175 .S92 2009]
3. Jain, S. C. (2001). Open-Channel Flow. New York: John Wiley. [TC175 .J34 2001]
4. French, R. H. (1985). Open-Channel Hydraulics. New York: McGraw-Hill [TC175 .F78 1985]
5. Sturm, T. W. (2001). Open Channel Hydraulics. Boston: McGraw-Hill [TC175 .S78 2001]
6. Chanson, H. (2004). The Hydraulics of Open Channel Flow: An Introduction. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
[TC175 .C42 2004]

KEHADIRAN / PERATURAN SEMASA KULIAH (LECTURE ATTENDANCE / REGULATION)


(1) Pelajar mesti hadir tidak kurang dari 80% masa pertemuan yang ditentukan bagi sesuatu mata
pelajaran termasuk mata pelajaran Hadir Wajib (HW) dan mata pelajaran Hadir Sahaja (HS).
Students must attend lectures not less than 80% of the contact hours for every subject including
Compulsory Attendance Subjects (Hadir Wajib – HW) and Attendance Only Subjects (Hadir
Sahaja – HS).

(2) Pelajar yang tidak memenuhi perkara (1) di atas tidak dibenarkan menghadiri kuliah dan
menduduki sebarang bentuk penilaian selanjutnya. Markah sifar (0) akan diberikan kepada pelajar
yang gagal memenuhi perkara (1). Manakala untuk mata pelajaran Hadir Wajib (HW), pelajar
yang gagal memenuhi perkara (1) akan diberi Hadir Gagal (HG).
Students who do not fulfill (1) will not be allowed to attend further lectures and sit for any
further examination. Zero mark (0) will be given to students who fail to comply with (1). While
for Compulsory Attendance Subjects (Hadir Wajib – HW), those who fail to comply with (1)
will be given Failure Attendance (Hadir Gagal – HG).

(3) Pelajar perlu mengikut dan patuh kepada peraturan berpakaian yang berkuatkuasa dan menjaga
disiplin diri masing-masing untuk mengelakkan dari tindakan tatatertib diambil terhadap pelajar.
Students must obey all rules and regulations of the university and must discipline themselves in
order to avoid any disciplinary actions against them.

(4) Pelajar perlu mematuhi peraturan keselamatan semasa pengajaran dan pembelajaran.
Student must obey safety regulations during learning and teaching process.

MATRIK HASIL PEMBELAJARAN SUBJEK DAN HASIL PEMBELAJARAN PROGRAM


(SUBJECT LEARNING OUTCOMES AND PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES MATRIX)

Dilampirkan (As attached)

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Course Learning Outcome (CLO), Delivery and Assessment
Matrix

Faculty: FACULTY OF CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING This matrix to be used together with:

Programme: BACHELOR IN CIVIL ENGINEERING WITH HONOURS 1. Programme Educational Objective (PEO)

Course: HYDRAULICS 2. Programme Learning Outcome (PLO)

Code: BFC21103

Compliance to PLO
LO- LO- LO- LO-
No Course Learning Outcomes Delivery Assessment
LO-1 LO-2 LO-3 LO-4 LO-5 LO-6 LO-7 LO-8 LO-9 10 11 12 13 KPI
 Assignment,
Analyze the concept of uniform
  Lectures Quiz, Tests,
and non-uniform flows in open
1 and Project and
channel, hydraulic structures and C4 Tutorials Final
machinery
Examination
50%

 achieve
Discuss technically the given Grade C
2 Discussion Project
open channel hydraulics problems P3 and
above

Respond in group effectively in 
3 solving uniform and non-uniform Discussion Project
flows problems A3

Total 1 1 1

Level of Learning Taxonomy


Cognitive Psychomotor Affective
C1 Knowledge P1 Perception A1 Receiving
C2 Comprehension P2 Set A2 Responding
C3 Application P3 Guided Response A3 Valuing
C4 Analysis P4 Mechanism A4 Organising
Complex Overt
P5
C5 Synthesis Response A5 Internalising
C6 Evaluation P6 Adaptation
P7 Origination

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Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UTHM
Programme Learning Outcomes (PLO)

Programme Outcomes are statements that describe what students are expected to know and be able to
perform or attain by the time of graduation. These relate to the skills, knowledge, and behaviour that
students acquire through the programme. Students of an engineering programme are expected to attain the
following:

Key Idea Description


1. Engineering Knowledge Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering
(K) fundamentals and an engineering specialisation to the solution
of complex civil engineering problems.
2. Practical / Technical Skills/ Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources,
Modern Tool Usage and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and
(PS) modeling, to complex civil engineering activities, with an
understanding of the limitations.
3. Communication Skills Communicate effectively on complex civil engineering
(CS) activities with the engineering community and with society at
large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective
reports and design documentation, make effective
presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
4. Critical Thinking and Conduct investigation into complex problems using research
Problem Solving / based knowledge and research methods including design of
Investigation experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis
(CTPS) of information to provide valid conclusions.
5. Individual and Team Work Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or
(TW) leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings
6. Life Long Learning Recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability
(LL) to engage in independent and life-long learning in the
broadest context of technological change.
7. Entrepreneurship Skills Self-motivate and enhance entrepreneurship skills for career
(ES) development
8. Ethics and Professionalism Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and
Values (ET) responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
9. Leadership Skills / Project Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering
Management and Finance and management principles and apply these to one’s own
(LS) work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects
and in multidisciplinary environments.
10. Design / Development of Design solutions for complex engineering problems and
Solutions design systems, components or processes that meet specified
(DDS) needs with appropriate consideration for public health and
safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
11. Problem Analysis Identify, formulate, research literature and analyse complex
(PA) engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions
using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and
engineering sciences.
12. Environment and Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in
Sustainability societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate
(ESus) knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
13. The Engineer and Society Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess
(ESoc) societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the
consequent responsibilities relevant to professional
engineering practice.

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