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CE 322 Fluid Mechanics Laboratory 1 Cr.

A laboratory course in which the principles of fluid mechanics are applied to civil engineering problems. The design and implementation of a laboratory research study, the analysis of data, the presentation of results, and the development of engineering conclusions are integral parts of this course. Lab topics include hydrostatics, pipeflow, open channel flow, flow measurement, and resistance to flow. Classroom 1 hour, laboratory 2 hours. Prerequisite: EG 303, or concurrent enrollment.

Civil Engineering

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Charles A. Dana Professor Michael Puddicombe; Professor Edwin Schmeckpeper (Chair); Associate Professors Nadia Al-Aubaidy, Michael Kelley, Tara Kulkarni, Jack Patterson, Adam Sevi, and Moses Tefe; Lecturer Mark Atwood

Engineering Science

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The Engineering Science minor engages students in a exploration of a variety of topics in the engineering disciplines. Students who are not enrolled in an engineering curriculum may declare this minor, and must select six courses in one or more of the engineering disciplines, subject to the approval of the director of the School of Engineering.     

Construction Management

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...3 CE 351 Statics and Mechanics of Materials 4 EM 322 Construction Safety 3 CE...