Welcome to the webpage of ECI 146, Winter 2017!

Thank you very much for taking the course. My goal is to provide you with tools that could be of help in your professional near future.





UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

COURSE: WATER RESOURCES SIMULATION (ECI 146)
INSTRUCTOR: Fabián A. Bombardelli (fabianbombardelli2@gmail.com; bmbrdll@yahoo.com;
fabombardelli@ucdavis.edu)
OFFICE: 3105, Engineering III Building
Class: Tuesdays and Thursdays - 10:30 to 11:50 AM (206 Olson)
Computer Lab: Fridays - 12:00 to 4:00 PM (
Ghausi Hall)
TEACHING ASSISTANT AND READER: Mr. Nicholas Palomo, Mr. Arturo Palomino, Mr. Sean Trommer


             This course focuses on the development and application of simulation techniques for the analysis, design and operation of surface water systems, especially addressing problems associated with surface run-off, water quality in streams and ponds, and management of reservoirs.  The course has a strong component of development of simple codes to analyze different real cases.

Course Description

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This website was originally designed by Lynette Shipsey and Fabián A. Bombardelli, in 2004. Now, it is maintained by Fabián A. Bombardelli. To report any errors, please email fabombardelli@ucdavis.edu