SE 223. method. Introduction to processing and fabrication methods of polymers and composite materials. SE 249. Prerequisites: graduate standing. Students will complete a design project focusing on pollution control in a selected environmental system. MODERATE Applications include constructed wetlands, waste stabilization ponds, stormwater bioretention, decentralized wastewater management, ecological sanitation. Use of computer resources. Teams will prepare a report containing project description, design criteria, structural drawings, and supporting calculations. SE 142. Design of Steel Structures: Read Less [-], Terms offered: Spring 2020, Spring 2019, Spring 2018 SE 251B. Prerequisites: department approval required, graduate standing. Pore-pressure generation/effects during cycle loading. Student teams will design strategies to address critical global challenges, such as climate change, biodiversity loss, pollution, and related issues, with the potential for transformational change. Biological wastewater treatment, water chemistry, wastewater chemistry .Research Profile, James M. Kelly, Professor Emeritus. The theoretical and practical aspects of the application of cables to moorings, guyed structures, suspension bridges, cable-stayed bridges, and suspended membranes are discussed. SE 140A. San Diego General Catalog 2020–21, please contact the department Introduction to sensing and modeling of infrastructure system; Imagery analysis (point clouds, lidar, structure for motion, satellite); Geophysics (Synthetic-aperture radar analysis, time histories analyses); Sensor systems (distributed fiber optics, wireless sensor network, MEMS, conventional); Structural health monitoring and analysis; Infrastructure network analysis (graph theory, GIS, simulations); entrepreneurship in infrastructure and smart cities industry. Monteiro, Professor. Equilibrium equations for a continuum. Use of computer resources. Prerequisites: MATH 20D and MATH 18. Plasticity, viscoelasticity .Research Profile, Samer M. Madanat, Professor Emeritus. Prerequisites: consent of instructor or department stamp. Examination of mixing and transport in rivers and streams. of long-term durability. Design of beam-column. The American History and Institutions requirements are based on the principle that a U.S. resident graduated from an American university should have an understanding of the history and governmental institutions of the United States. SE 143A. Department of Civil and Structural Engineering, Faculty of Engineering. Emphasis is on 2D and 3D frame structures modeled using 1D (beam-column) elements. Logistics, networks, urban transportation, traffic flow .Research Profile, Matthew De Jong, Associate Professor. SE 151A. Prerequisites: graduate standing. Prerequisites: graduate standing or approval of instructor. Lab activity will involve composite fabrication methods and design, analysis, build, and testing of composite structure. Including topics like temporary works, foundation design to Eurocode 7 and deep basements. Engineering Analysis Using the Finite Element Method: Failure Mechanisms in Civil Engineering Materials, Terms offered: Spring 2013, Spring 2010, Spring 2009. of existing structures; non-destructive techniques for damage detection. program | graduate program | faculty ]. Alternative to final exam. Feedback effects. Prerequisites: SE 241 or consent of instructor, graduate standing. Special Topics in Civil and Environmental Engineering: Civil and Environmental Engineering Systems Analysis. The minor offers to students of the College of Environmental Design access to the joint graduate Masters in Science and Masters in Architecture (MS-MArch) degree from the two departments, one of very few such degrees in the entire United States. Static evaluation, dynamic evaluation of soil properties, constitutive behavior of sands, liquefaction of unusual soils .Research Profile, Yoram N. Rubin, Professor. Laboratory topics include phase partitioning, acid/base reactions, redox reactions, biochemical oxygen demand, absorption, gas transfer, reactor hydraulics, particle destablization, disinfection, and combustion emissions. Application of finite element method to static and dynamic analysis of geotechnical structures. Computational mechanics, mechanics of solids, finite element methods, finite element software .Research Profile, Sally Thompson, Associate Adjunct Professor. Directed group study, on a topic or in a field not included in the regular department curriculum, by special arrangement with a faculty member. Prerequisites: SE 201 and SE 150, or equivalent course, or consent of instructor. Honors Undergraduate Research: Read More [+], Prerequisites: Upper division technical GPA 3.3, consent of instructor and faculty advsior. Transportation economics, air transportation, transportation planning, transportation systems analysis, aviation policy and planning, urban and regional planning .Research Profile, Robert Kayen, Adjunct Professor. Introduction to aerospace computer-aided design and analysis tools. May be coscheduled with SE 167. To declare a minor, contact the department advisor for information on requirements, and the declaration process. Introduction to site investigation techniques. Materials measurement techniques. Empirical equations are used for turbulent flows, drag, pumps, and open channels. EXTENSIVE Collection of free Structural Engineering Courses. Determine internal forces, deformations, global displacements, support reactions. Use data analytics in the smart city domain. standing. Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures: Read More [+], Formerly known as: Civil and Environmental Engineering 123, Terms offered: Fall 2020, Fall 2019, Fall 2018 Recommended preparation: SE 151A and SE 151B or equivalent background in basic RC/PC design. This course will treat quantitative aspects of the flow of uncontaminated groundwater as it influences the practice of geotechnical engineering. Principles of foundation engineering. concrete. EXTENSIVE Use of computer resources. Identification of degree of static indeterminacy.Force-deformation relations for truss and frame elementsModeling of structures. Terms offered: Spring 2021, Spring 2020, Spring 2019 Design of Reinforced Concrete (4). Bridges, earthquake engineering, computing, buidings .Research Profile, + Raymond B. Written reports. design. SE 168. Fluid mechanics, turbulence, wetlands, imaging, plankton, sediment transport .Research Profile, Joan Walker, Professor. Elements of theory are presented as needed. Geotechnical engineering, environmental geotechnics, constitutive modeling of soil behavior, soil properties, numerical modeling of soil-structure interaction, geotechnical earthquake engineering .Research Profile, Karl S. Pister, Professor Emeritus. Membrane separation, transport and interfacial phenomena, physicochemical processes, drinking water purification and wastewater reuse, desalination, environmental nanotechnology, and innovative applications of membrane technology to renewable energy generation, public health protection, and_hygiene and sanitation improvement for underdeveloped and disaster-ridden regions .Research Profile, Jack P. Moehle, Professor. Use of computer resources. Ductility requirements and capability design concept. Design of bolted and welded concentric and eccentric connections, and composite floors. plasticity, viscoplasticity. Financing and politics. Prerequisites: SE 101C. Permeability, seepage, and consolidation phenomena. Paradoxes. The Physical Education program is dedicated to helping students foster healthy lifestyles. Enrollment restricted to SE27 majors only. reinforcing material. Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning. Reactor models. Laboratory testing and evaluation of soil composition and properties. Grading/Final exam status: The grading option will be decided by the instructor when the class is offered. Ritz, Galerkin, and finite element approaches for frames and reinforced shells. Prerequisites: SE 201A and SE 211, graduate standing. Response of discrete linear structural systems to harmonic, periodic and transient excitations. Multi-criteria evaluation and decision making. Construction Engineering: Read More [+], Prerequisites: Upper division standing; CIV ENG 167 recommended, Terms offered: Fall 2020, Fall 2019, Fall 2018 Concrete Materials, Construction, and Sustainability: Read More [+], Concrete Materials, Construction, and Sustainability: Read Less [-], Terms offered: Spring 2021, Fall 2018, Spring 2016