EN3111 - Environmental Engineering I

This is a combined theory/laboratory course dealing with mass and energy transfer and water resources. The first part of the course focuses briefly on mass and energy. The second emphasis of the course is an introduction to knowledge, practices, theories and applications relevant to hydraulics and hydrology. The characteristics of pressure, flow, and energy in both closed conduits and open channels will be studied. The Hydrological Cycle and the different forms of precipitation along with the surface and groundwater movements of water are studied and methods of analysis are covered in theory and laboratory sessions. Special attention is focused on best management practices, in particular how these relate to decision making.

Prerequisite(s): MA1100

This course is offered in the following programs:
Environmental Engineering Technology (Co-op)
Environmental Engineering Technology - Advanced Diploma