Institut National Polytechnique De Grenoble

Engineering of Hydraulic Works 1


Iowa State Course Substitution

ME Technical Elective


Course Info

International Credits: 5.0
Converted Credits: 3.0
Country: France
Language: English
Course Description:
Engineering of Hydraulic Works 1 - 4EUS3IH1 Goals To complete the disciplines teached in the option with a multiple disciplines, technical and technological approach and an overall vision of a hydraulic construction; To know the hydraulic of the structures (spillways, sluices,...); To know how to summarize a study work in a report. Contact Ludovic MISSEMER Content It deals with the development of study projects (well detailed) from extracts of specifications needs, drawings, technical notices... These projects summarize and complete the applied hydraulic knowledges of the engineer, in civil engineering, in hydrology, in urban engineering broached as a more academic manner in the formation. Equivalences to numerical tools (hydraulic, structural calculations, geomechanics...) can be done, but it is important that a big part of the development remains analytic. Prerequisites Charge in hydraulic, free surface hydraulic, underground hydraulic, resistance of materials, reinforced concrete, geomechanics, geotechnical structures (remark ; some approaches can be studied before the theorical approach.). Tests 1 Examen (2 h, 40% of the mark) + Continuous Control (reports BE/projects, 60% of the mark) ABOUT US STUDIES RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL COMPANIES STUDENT LIFE Number of hours Lectures : 22.0 Tutorials : 22.0 Laboratory works : 16.0 Projects : 30.0 ECTS : 5.0 Page 1 × 40% CT 60% CC Additional Information Course list Curriculum->Engineer HOE->Semester 3 VERSION FRANÇAISE Voir la version française de cette page Ecole Nationale Supérieure de l'Energie, l'Eau et l'Environnement 21 avenue des Martyrs CS 90624 38031 GRENOBLE CEDEX 1 To improve the quality of this site and the service rendered to the user, we use cookies audience measurement. By continuing your visit to this site, you agree to our use of cookies for this purpose. More


Evaluation Date:
November 3, 2017
John Wagner