Welcome to the webpage of ECI 141 and ECI 141-L, Winter 2017!

Thank you very much for taking the course. My goal is to provide you with the theory and practice of flow in pipes, channels, pumps,
and weirs. The course also addresses similarity concepts and flow separation.



(Note: This movie was taken from the web. It is included here for teaching purposes only.
Source: Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University, I believe.)


UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT DAVIS
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

COURSE: ENGINEERING HYDRAULICS (ECI 141)
INSTRUCTOR: Fabián A. Bombardelli (fabombardelli@ucdavis.edu; bmbrdll@yahoo.com)
OFFICE: 3105, Engineering III Building
Class: Tuesdays and Thursdays - 3:10 to 4:30 PM (Hutchinson 115)


Course Description

Syllabus

 

Homework and Solution Sheets:      
Software Links: 


Hand Outs (partial list): PPT presentations:

 

  Movies: Some Useful Websites:
Site 1:  Darcy and the Pitot tube
Site 2: Marmot Dam removal
Site 3: Manning formula (Wikipedia)




   

                            

This website was originally designed, and is currently mantained, by Fabián A. Bombardelli. To report any errors, please email fabombardelli@ucdavis.edu