DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

Chairman

Chi-wang, Li, Ph.D.

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Degrees Offered: B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

     The Department of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering was founded in 1988 and consists of an interdisciplinary undergraduate program, offering joint programs in the fields of water resources and environmental engineering, and separate graduate programs for M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. The department originated from the Department of Water and Soil Conservation and the Department of Irrigation Engineering, which were established in 1964.

      The undergraduate program offers an introduction to the basic knowledge required for water resources and environmental majors, providing them with a strong foundation for further pursuit in related fields of study.

      The department provides a MS degree that furthers the professional knowledge of the students, trains them to become associate engineers, and develops potential researchers. The Ph.D. program allows the students to develop into senior engineers who can perform professional research and benefit the society.

      There are several laboratory facilities in the fields of Fluid Mechanics, Open Channel Hydraulics, Environmental Engineering and Wind Tunnels. The low-speed wind tunnel is one of the best in Taiwan, with a cross-section of 3.2 meters × 2.0 meters and an 18 m long test section with a maximum power of 75 hp.

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Degree Requirements:

 

  • B.S.

Minimum number of credits: 143

Required courses:

    1. Introduction to Water Resources
    2. Introduction to Hydraulics Engineering
    3. Introduction to Environmental Engineering
    4. Introduction to Civil Engineering
  • M.S. (degree offered in 3 fields)

Minimum number of credits: 31 (including 4-credit thesis)

Courses include topics in advanced water resources engineering and advanced environmental engineering

A. Water Resources Engineering

A minimum of 12 credits, including a 3-credit seminar, is required from the following specific courses:

    1. Numerical Analysis
    2. Advanced Fluid Mechanics (I)
    3. Advanced Hydrology
    4. Advanced Engineering Mathematics

B. Environmental Engineering

A minimum of 15 credits, including a 3-credit seminar, is required from the following specific courses:

    1. Environmental Instrument Analysis
    2. Environmental System Analysis
    3. Solid Wastes Management
    4. Physical and Chemical Processes for Water Treatment
    5. Biological Treatment
    6. Air Pollution Control
    7. Aquatic Chemistry

C. Environmental Chemistry

A minimum of 15 credits, including a 3-credit seminar, is required from the following specific courses:

    1. Environmental Instrument Analysis
    2. Environmental System Analysis
    3. Solid Wastes Management
    4. Physical and Chemical Processes for Water Treatment
    5. Biological Treatment
    6. Air Pollution Control
    7. Aquatic Chemistry
  • Ph.D. (degree offered in 2 fields)

Minimum number of credits: 33 (including 6-credit thesis)

Courses include advanced theories in water resources engineering and environmental engineering

A. Water Resources – seminar required

B. Environmental Engineering – seminar required

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Course List

   

(A)Undergraduate:

E0010 Soil Mechanics(3) A study in the mechanical behavior of engineering soils when they are sheared or compressed or when water flows through them. Topics include the nature of soil, states of stress and strain in soil.

 E0012 Introduction to Air Pollution(3)  The theory and application of control technology for air pollution such as VOC, NOx ,SO2,PM are introduced.  The basic theories  include combustion, adsorption, absorption, mass balance, energy balance and mass and heat transfer.  The applications include design process for incinerator,catalist reduction facility, scrubber, activated carbon adsorption, cyclone, ESP and fabric filter.

E1107 Engineering Materials(2)  To introduce students of engineering and physics to those areas of mathematics which, from a modern point of view, seem to be the most important in connection with practical problems.

E0028 Engineering Statistics(3)  Introduction to statistics and the application of statistics to engineering.

E0031 Engineering Graphics(2)  The basic graphic specifications that include lines, projection, sectional plane, dimensioning and three dimensional drawing are introduced.

E0034 Engineering  Mathematics(6)  First order differential equations; second order differential equations; Laplace transform, linear algebra, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, systems of first order differential equations, vector differential calculus, divergence and curl, vector  integral calculus, line integrals, surface integrals, Stokes theorem, Fourier series, Fourier integral, partial differential equations.

E0057 Intermediate Hydrology(3)  Hydrologic design, flood routing, hydrologic models, basic probability and statistics, frequency analysis, hydrologic statistics, and simple linear regression.

E0094 Water and Land Resources(2)  Hydrologic cycle; global water distribution; water resources in Taiwan;  the impact of the urbanization; regional planning; the land usage management ; sustainable development; ecological consideration in planning.

E0102 Hydrology(3)  The hydrologic processes and analysis related to water quantity.

E0108 Water Resources Engineering(3)  Hydraulic machinery; hydroelectric power; drainage; flood-damage mitigation; dams; reservoirs.

E0114 Water Resources Planning(3)  Introduction; planning principles; engineering and economic planning concept; elements of project formulation and appraisal; mathematical models; analysis of risk and uncertainty; environmental impact assessment; water resources in Taiwan; sustainable development of water resources.

E0120 Engineering Geology(2)  Including the interrelationship between engineers and nature, the change of geological and regional structure at construction sites, classification and feature of rocks and their characteristics in mechanics and various existing activities of earth crust related to engineering design .

E0144 Open Channel Hydraulics(3)  Continuity equation; momentum equation; energy equation; momentum function; critical condition; uniform condition; gradually varied flow; water surface profile; discharge problem; direct integration method; graphical method; rapidly varied flow; flow measurements.

E0149 Groundwater(3)  Introduction; physical properties of aquifers and vadose zone; groundwater hydrology; Darcy's law and hydraulic conductive; well hydraulics; soil water in vadose zone; groundwater recharge; groundwater contamination; solute transport by advection and diffusion; groundwater in Taiwan.

E0161 Wastewater Treatment Design(2)  Case study of designing wastewater treatment facility. Designing wastewater treatment plant by integrating the theories of Unit operation processes and wastewater management learned in early courses . 

E0180 Mechanics of Materials(3)  Groundwater, Reservoirs, spillways, Gates and outlet works, open channels, pressure conduits, Hydraulic machinery, Hydraulic power, Drainage, Flood-Damage mitigation, planning for water Resources Development, Engineering Economics gravity Dams, Arch Dams, Buttress Dams, Earth Dams.

E0255 Surveying Lab(I) (1)  Measurement of distance, horizontal angle, vertical angle, leveling profile and cross section.

E0300 Fluid Mechanics(3)  Definition of fluid; property of fluid; density and viscosity; incompressible fluid; static fluid; inviscid fluid; Euler's equation; Bernoulli equation; conservation of momentum; conservation of energy; Navier-Stokes equation; dimensional analysis; modeling; dimensionless parameters.

E0390 Coastal Engineering(2)  Wave forces analysis; Wave forces on small body & large body; The design and its procedure of breakwaters; Introduction of the harbor planning designs.

E0588 Surveying(I)(2) Be introductory, containing basic definitions and descriptions of operations in surveying, simplified manner survey measurements and their associated errors, Overall topic includes ; distance measurement, leveling, angle and direction measurement.

E0589 Surveying (II)(2)  Constitute a part on surrey operations, traverse, triangulation operations, mapping, control and topographic surveys.

E0617 Structural Analysis (3)  This course is to introduce students the fundamental tools for analyzing member forces and deformation of structures.  Structural types include beams, trusses and frames, no matter determinate or indeterminate. 

E0671 Engineering Application of Computer(2/2)  This course is an introduction to numerical methods and computer software, with emphasis on their applications to water resources and environmental engineering.

E0851 Reinforced Concrete(3)  General design concepts in designing concrete structures are provided, with emphasis on the USD method.  It serves students as a connection course from structural analysis to structural design.

E0874 Unit Operation of Environmental Engineering(2)  Theory of environmental unit operation processes such as sedimentation, coagulation, filtration, ionic exchange, adsorption, and membrane processes are introduced in this course.  

E0879 Introduction to Environmental Engineering(1)  Environmental issues in Taiwan, environmental issues in the world, air pollution, acid rain, green-house effect, solid waste problems, river pollution, drinking water and municipal wastewater treatment, case studies.

E0962 Computer Aided Design (2)  This course introduces some sophisticated computer programs and the students will use these programs to carry out a small project.

E0969 Engineering Mechanics (3)  Basic principles of solid mechanics are provided. Statics of rigid bodies, equilibrium problems, analysis of structures, forces in beams, friction, and moments of inertia are the topics of this class. 

E1034 Introduction to Computer(2)  This course focuses on basic concepts to computer, programming in MATLAB and FORTRAN, and scientific computing and problem solving methods for engineering students.

E1143 Environmental Planning and Management(3)  The role of economics in environment management, Modeling the market process, The market approach, Command and control approach, Environmental decision making, Benefit cost analysis.

E1176 Engineering Economics(3)  Introduction; economic equivalence and interest formula; present worth and annual equivalent worth analysis; rate of return analysis; benefit/cost analysis; depreciation; replacement analysis; inflation and economic analysis; project risk and uncertainty.

E1223 Oceanic Wave Theory(3)  Introduction of wave theory including small amplitude wave theory & non-linear wave theory. The formation of wave due to the change of water depth shoaling effect. The phenomenon analysis of wave reflection, wave diffraction & wave refraction.

E1325 Surveying (II) Lab(1)  Sequence of topics that  are in tune with current practice and technological developments in the field of surveying.

E1397 Environmental Microbiology(3)  Classification of microorganisms, bacteria, observing microorganisms, stain, microbial growth, control of microbial growth, water and wastewater microbiology, eutrophication, soil and groundwater microbiology.

E1472 Water and Wastewater Treatment(3)  Drinking water standards, effluent standards, drinking water and wastewater treatment processes, coagulation, filtration, disinfection, activated sludge process, bio-film processes, nutrients removal processes, chemical and biological sludge treatment, case studies.

E1583 Introduction to Water Resources Engineering(1)  Introduction; water resources distribution in the world; hydrologic cycle; dam and reservoir; water supply system; flood control engineering; hydroelectric power engineering; irrigation and drainage; water resources in Taiwan.

E1586 Soil and Water Conservation Engineering(2)  Soil erosion; basic data  inventory and analysis; the relation between soil & water; the land usage management; design of dam, erosion control; the processes of land erosion.

E1588 Introduction of Environmental Toxicology(2)  This course concerned with environmental toxic substance, fundamentals of toxicology, influence to the environment, risk assessment, risk characterization, hazard identification and risk management.

E1589 Irrigation and Drainage Engineering(2)  Introduction; soil-moisture availability; infiltration rate; consumptive use; irrigation method; layout of irrigation system; drainage classification; drainage planning; inlet and outlet works; layout of drainage system.

E1594 Design of Water Resources Engineering(2)  Hydrologic analysis, hydraulic analysis, structural analysis, design frequency, box culvert, stilling pool dam, detention pond, pipe culvert, seepage control, per forted pipe pump sump, retaining wall, end wall wing wall, pipe distribution system, surge tank, water hammer, storm drain.

E1595 Hazardous Waste Management and Design(3)  Current hazardous management regulations are reviewed. This course also introduces hazardous waste site management and risk assessment are treatment and disposal methods, such as physical-chemical methods, stabilization and solidification, thermal methods, land disposal.

E1682 Noise and Vibration Control(3)  Principles and practice of noise and nitration control.

E1683 Soil Pollution and Remediation(2)  This course focused on for students to provide the fundamentals that support the treatment of pollutant in soil coupled with design and operational techniques for remediation of contaminated soil, sludge and groundwater.  

E1684 Emission of Air Pollution(2)  The basic atmospheric science and the theory of dispersion are introduced.  The application of the air pollution dispersion process is demonstrated.  Mobile air pollution and global air pollution problems such as global warming and ozone depletion are discussed.

E1686 River and Flooding Engineering(3)  River hydraulics, land drainage municipal stream drainage. The design flood, flood-mitigation reservoirs, level & flood walls, floodways, channel improvement, land management and flood mitigation, flood plain management.

E1687 Water Pollution Control(3)  Water pollution control act, effluent standards, control of municipal and industry wastewaters, investigation of point-source and non-point source pollutants, control of river pollution and eutrophication, groundwater pollution and control, case studies.

E1688 Air Sampling and Monitoring(2)  This course concentrate primarily on methods to accurately collect the air sample and quantity the volume of gas collected. Five sampling categories will be covered as sources sampling, ambient sampling, industrial hygiene air sampling, residential indoor sampling and instrumental analysis.

E1689 Project Management for Engineering and Contruction(3)  Introduction; earth work and equipment; foundation engineering and equipment; reinforcement work; pre-stressed and steel structure engineering; highway engineering; water resources engineering; construction planning and management; quality control; safety and sanitation management.

E1800 Water Supply and Sewerage(3)  Hydraulics, rainfall and runoff, collection and distribution of water, filtration of water, sewer material, sewer appurtenances, clarification process, sludge treatment and disposal, advanced wastewater treatment.

E1801 Applied Fluid Mechanics(3)  Viscous flow; circular flow;  friction factor; moody chart; laminar boundary layer; turbulent boundary layer; power law; drag force and lift force; drag and lift coefficients; pressure coefficients; displacement and momentum thickness.

E1901 Water Quality Analysis Lab(I)(1)  In this course, students will learn and do current standard methods for water quality analysis. Water quality parameters such as BOD, COD, DO, SS, are covered.

E1902 Water Quality Analysis Lab(II)(1)  In this course, students will learn and do current standard methods for water quality analysis. Water quality parameters such as N, SVI, hardness, free chlorine, are covered.

E2052 Introduction of Solid Waste Management (3)  An introduction to the integrated solid waste management systems includes legislation, sources, fundamental characteristics, collection and transportation, pretreatment, transformation, final disposal, recycling, and hazardous wastes management.

M0153 OR Modeling Approach(2)  Linear and dynamic programming, the simplex method, dynamic programming, project management with PERT/CPM, game theory, decision analysis; Markov chains.

S0251 Foundation Engineering(2)  The science and art of applying the principles of soil and structural mechanics together with engineering judgment (the art) to solve the interfacing problem.

S0288 General Chemistry(2)  This course concerned with ozone depletion, global warming, new energy sources, nutrition, genetic engineering and polymer treaded in the classes is all closely connected to chemistry.

S0289 General Chemistry Lab(1)  This lab courses focus on the acid-base titration preparation of ethyl alcohol, the exaction of caffeine, polymer synthesis paper chromatography of amino acid and synthesis of aspirin. 

S0343 Environmental Chemistry(3)  Fundamental of aquatic chemistry (including acid/base equilibrium, precipitation and dissolution, gas/liquid transfer, oxidation/reduction) organic and inorganic chemistry, and water quality analysis.

S0483 Environmental Ecology(2)  An introduction to the ecology, environments and the relationship between them. The course includes the problem of population, ecological theories, the circumstance of environmental pollution and protection, and the tendency of sustainable development.

(B) Master's Program:

E0108 Water Resources Engineering(3)  pressure conduit, hydraulic structure, weir, hydraulic drop, hydraulic jump, backwater, sedimentation, river pollution, water Resource system, flood hydrology, flood routing, sediment Routing, optimization, flood control. Application of dynamic force.

E0202 Solid Wastes Treatment (3) An advance discussion to the non-hazardous solid waste management includes the perspective; legislations, characteristics of wastes, collection and transportation, pretreatments, transformations, final disposal and recycling.

E0424 Advanced Engineering Mathematics (3)  Introduction to partial differential equations ;method of separation of variable; method of the Laplace transform ; calculus of variations; variation methods for solving PDE; perturbation method for solving PDE; explicit finite-difference method; implicit finite-difference method.

E0428 Advanced Hydrology(3)  The statistical hydrology which includes the theory of extreme value and frequency analysis.

E0434 Advanced Open Channel Hydraulics(2)  Basic equations for unsteady channel flows; The method of characteristics; simple wave; dam breaks; sluice gate operations; transition for supercritical flow; flood wave; diffusion wave.

E0440 Advanced Fluid Mechanics (I)(3)  Study of stream functions and velocity potential , ideal flows in plane , axisymmetric and three-dimensional ideal flows , applications to inviscid flows .

E0441 Advanced Fluid Mechanics()(3)  Study of conservation equations for viscous compressible fluids . Includes applications to Newtonian viscous flow , vortices dynamics , flows at moderate Reynolds numbers , low Reynolds numbers flows , boundary layers .

E0501 Statistical Hydrology (2)  Applied probability and statistical methods, hydrologic frequency analysis, selection and evaluation of parent distribution, parameter and quantity estimation, and probability distribution family.

E0740 Engineering Measurements(2)  Application of electronic instrument system; measuring device; manipulation, transmission, and recoding of data.

E0767 Numerical Analysis in Fluid Dynamics(3)  Gauss elimination method, Gauss-Jordan method, power method, characteristics method, stability and convergence, Finite Difference method, Finite element method, nonlinear system, Runge- kutta method, shooting method, Numerical differential, Numerical integral, Newton-Raphson method.

E0874 Unit Operations of Environmental Engineering (2)  This course integrates theories and laboratory operation of environmental unit processes.  Processes introduced in this class include sedimentation, flotation, sand and membrane filtration, reverse osmosis, ionic exchange, etc.

E0976 Water Quality Management(3)  Water pollution in Taiwan, water resource protection rules, sources of pollutants, investigation of point and non-point pollutant sources, reduction and control of pollutant sources, control of eutrophication, water quality models, case studies.

E0977 Biological Treatment(3)  Active sludge process; biochemical kinetics; oxygen transfer; trickling filter; anaerobic digestion; aerobic digestion; solid handling.

E0980 Mechanics of Sediment Transport(2)  Properties of sediment; erosion of sediment; suspension of sediment; initiation of solid particle motion, analyses of bed load, suspired load and total.

E0984 Air Pollution Meteorology (3)  This course is an introduction to atmospheric structure and dynamics, micrometeorology and planetary boundary layer, turbulent diffusion, and air quality models.

E1000 Drainage Design and Planning(2)  Denton pond design, highway drainage, urban drainage, land drainage, open channel design, culvert drainage, unsteady non-uniform flow, dynamic wave model, diffusion wave model, kinematics wave model, drainage case study, study of factor of safety.

E1023 Computers applications in Environmental Engineering (2)  Integrate environmental design, data management, and problem solving skills with computer tools and techniques. Computing and Numerical Methods, Equation Solvers, Graphical Analysis and Scientific Visualization, EPA and USGS Software.

E1025 Environmental System Analysis(3)  Probability functions, Random variables, densities and distributions; special distributions; estimation hypothesis testing; normal distribution; two-sample problem; goodness-of-fit tests; regression, Project management with PERT/CPM.

E1089 Environmental Toxicology(2)  This course concerned with toxicity test, dose-effect relationship, biotransformation, acute and chronic effects, toxicity absorption, distribution, elimination, risk assessment and management, exposure and monitoring.

E1123 Oceanic Wave Theory(2)  Introduction of wave theory including small amplitude wave theory & non-linear wave theory. The formation of wave due to the change of water depth shoaling effect. The phenomenon analysis of wave reflection, wave diffraction & wave refraction.

E1132 Water Resources System Planning and Analysis (3)  The concept and methodology of system approach are first introduced. Then practical application in water resources planning are given by case study.

E1144 Environmental Instrument Analysis(2)  This courses focuses on environmental analysis using chemical instruments, including metal analysis by atomic absorption, atomic emission, inductively coupled plasma spectroscopy, and ion chromatography. Chemical analysis for trace organic compound by gas chromatography, high performance liquid chromatography, supercritical fluid chromatography and capillary electrophoresis.

E1162 Aquatic Chemistry (3)  Principles of chemical equilibrium; the effect of chemical interactions of domestic and industrial waste effluents on natural water system; chemical principles involved in the treatment of water and wastewaters.

E1165 Hazardous Waste Management(2)  This course focuses on management planning, definition and characterization, source, transportation and storage, treatment and disposal method, minimization and recycling, permitting process, site remediation , legal mechanism of hazardous waste.

E1225 Computational Hydraulics (2)  Introduction; mathematical formulation of physical process; boundary and initial conditions; solution techniques; finite difference schemes; model calibration and data needs; one and two-dimensional model in rivers; two-dimensional model in free surface.

E1523 Air Pollution Control Engineering(3)  The advanced theory and application of control technology for air pollution such as VOC, NOx ,SO2,PM are introduced.  The basic theories  include combustion, adsorption, absorption, mass balance, energy balance and mass and heat transfer.  The applications include design process for incinerator,catalist reduction facility, scrubber, activated carbon adsorption, cyclone, ESP and fabric filter.

E1625 Environmental Modeling(2)  The theory of pollutant transport process are introduced.  The application of the pollutant transport for deterring the fate and the transport of pollutants among water, air, and soil, sediment and suspended particulate are demonstrated.

E1627 Environmental Organic Chemistry (2)  This course concerned with providing an understanding of how molecular interactions and macroscopic transport phenomena to determine the distribution in space and time of organic compounds released into the natural environment. Emphases are to utilize the structure of chemical to deduce that chemical’s physical properties and reactivity and placed to quantification of process at each level.

E1637 Physical and Chemical Process for Water Treatment(3)  Coagulation, filtration, ion exchange, disinfection , coronation ,advanced oxidation process, adsorption, membrane filtration, chemical oxidation, water reuse technology, drinking water and wastewater advanced treatment, concentrating , dewatering.

E1683 Soil Pollution and Remediation (2)  Soil pollution control act, soil chemistry, soil physical, soil pollutants, transport and fate of pollutants within soils, adsorption and absorption of pollutants, bioremediation technology, chemical remediation technology, case studies.

E1747 Environmental Decisions and Management (2)  Environmental public policy development, economic criteria, efficiency, cost-effectiveness, locative efficiency, multi-objective decision problems, utility theory concepts, risk analysis.

E1748 Sludge Treatment and Disposal(2)  Stabilization; disinfection; conditioning dewatering; drying; high temperature processes; melting process.

E1764 Environmental Sampling and Monitoring(2)  This course focuses on environmental sampling techniques and devices for sampling different matrices including air, water, soil, sediment and stack, and preservation techniques for volatile organic compounds, semivolahile organic compounds in water samples.

E1854 Ground Water & Ground Water Pollution (2)  Darcy’s law; Well-Flow System; Unsaturated Flow; Mass Transport in Saturated Media; Mass Transport in the Vadose Zone.

E2098 Watershed Management(3)  Planning and Analysis of Water Resource Systems, Water Resources Planning and Management, Introduction of Water Resource Policies, and Introduction of Hydraulic Engineering Projects.

E2099 Air Quality Modeling(3)         This course introduces numerous air quality models, including Gaussian models, Lagrangian models, and sophisticated grid models for urban and regional air quality.

S0481 Environmental Microbiological (3)  Basic microbiology; microorganisms growth; microorganisms control; water and microorganisms,; soil and microorganisms pollution control and microorganisms.

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(C) Ph.D. program:

 

E0046 Industrial Wastewater Treatment (3)  This course reviews the basics and advanced topics in chemical treatment methods. Current researches on the advance of industrial wastewater treatment are covered.

E0149 Ground Water Analysis(3)  Occurrence; groundwater hydraulics wells; yield; artificial recharge; groundwater quality.

E0179 Stochastic Hydrology(3)  Stationary and Non-stationary Time Series Models, Model Selection and Identification, Diagnostic Checking, Seasonal Time Series Model, and Signal Detection.

E1005 Turbulent Flow(3)  Study of turbulent transport of momentum and heat, the dynamics of turbulence, boundary-free shear flows, wall-bounded shear flows, statistic description of turbulence , Turbulent transport , spectral dynamics .

E1081 Perturbation Theory (3)  Straightforward expansions and sources of non-uniformity; the method of coordinates; the method of matched and composite asymptotic expansion; variation of parametric boundary-free shear flows; wall-bounded shear flow.

E1130 Special Topic of Water Resources Engineering.(3)  Contents are advanced topics in Water Resources Engineering, flexible to suit the needs of individual Ph.D students.

 E1272 Computational Fluid Mechanics(3)  Mathematical description of physical phenomena; discrimination methods; heat conduction; convection and diffusion; calculation of the flow field; Simulation of heat and mass transport; cases study.

E1330 Special Topics on Air Pollution Topicson(3)  Urban and Regional Air Quality Models, musicale meteorology models, mathematical modeling for troposphere ozone, acid rain and secondary aerosol.

E1416 Environmental Decision Methods(3)  Multibojective decision concept, Scales of measurement, Utility theory, Expected utility theory, Direct assessment of multiattribute utility function, The ELECTRE method, Methods for generating noninferior solutions, Weighting characterization, The surrogate worth trade-off method.

E1417 Special Topic on Hydrologic Analysis(3)  Basic Probability and Statistics, Simple and General Linear Regression, Correlation Analysis and Nonlinear Regression, Generalized Unvaried Time Series Analysis in Hydrology, Multivariate Time Series Analysis.

E1418 Solid Waste Land filling (3)  An advance discussion to the planning and design of the land filling includes the biological theory, leach ate handling, gas production and utilization, site reclamation, ashes landfill, and seashore landfill.

E1748 Sludge Management(3)  An advance discussion to the water and wastewater treatment sludge management includes the sources and characteristics, thickening, stabilization, disinfections, conditioning, dewatering, drying, incineration, melting, solidification, utilization.

E1853 Environmental Risk Analysis (3)  Policy analysis versus natural science, philosophical analysis, an example of reactor, safety, the nature and sources of uncertainty, statistical estimation, human judgment of uncertainty, techniques for encoding probability, large and complex models.

E2020 Chemistry for Environmental Engineering (3)  Toxic chemicals in drinking water, disinfection by-products, toxic chemicals in wastewater, chemical reaction in advanced oxidation processes, chemical kinetic reactions, acids and bases reactions, reduction and oxidation chemistry, chemistry of metal-organics compexs.

E2099 Air Quality Modeling(3)  Air pollution meteorology, Turbulent diffusion, Gaussion Models, Lagrangian models, Euclidian Models, Photochemical Air Pollution, Acid deposition

E2100 Special Topics on Contaminant Transportation Models(3)  This course reviews fundamental theory on transportation models of contaminants. Students familiarize with these models through discussion  and reading of journal papers related to transportation models of contaminants.

E2101 Environmental Utratrace Analysis(3)  This course focused on inorganic trace analysis, sample preparation techniques, organic trace analysis, extraction method, high performance gas chromatography / high resolution mass spectroscopy.

E2102 Special Topics on Physical-chemical Processes (3)  Fenton and photo-Fenton processes, activated adsorption, MF/UF/NF/RO membrane processes, nutrients removal and recycle, reduction and reuse of chemical sludge, water recycle and reuse, chemical processes for soil remediation, case studies.

E2323 Specific Topics on Aquatic Chemistry        (3)  This course focuses mainly on oxidation/reduction chemistry, experimental and fundamental electrochemistry, and reading and discussing of journal papers in these topics.

S0562 Atmospheric Chemistry(3)  This course concerned with photochemistry, properties of aerosol, organic atmospheric aerosol, wet deposition, chemical transport model and ozone.

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Research Projects and Grant Sources (1998-2002)

    The faculty conducts several projects funded by the National Science Council, engineering consultants as well as the government. These projects consist of most fields related to applied mechanics and environmental engineering – for example, the experimental and numerical simulations of fluid arterial blood flow, the numerical simulation of the unsteady flow in an urban drainage system, wind tunnel tests, and the numerical simulation of air pollution in mountainous areas.

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Project Title

Principle Investigator Grant Sources
1. Investigation on Application of the VOF Method in a Hydraulic Jump Shih Ching-Chi National Science Council.
2. The Approximate Model of Land Subsidence in Linpien 
Regions of Pingtung County 
Shih Ching-Chi Water Resources Agency
3. Investigation on control Parameters of Land Subsidence in 
Yunlin and Chia-yi Region 
Shih Ching-Chi Water Resources Agency
4. Investigation of the Fluid Volume Method Applied to Broad-Crested Weir Flow Shih Ching-Chi National Science Council.
5. Application of Laplace Transformation Finite Difference Method to Analysis of Land Subsidence Shih Ching-Chi National Science Council.
6. Water Resources Management and Policy Research Center(2001)-Water information service and academic research project Shih Ching-Chi Water Resources Agency
7. Water Resources Management and Policy Research Center(2002)-Water information service and academic research Project Shih Ching-Chi Water Resources Agency
8. Analysis on pollution control of clean bench Wang Shih-Hong Industrial Technology Research Institute
9. A study on the Rational Limit of Multipurpose Water Use Yu Gwo-Hsing Water Resources Agency
10. Planning, Management and Evaluation on Water Resources Official Functions Yu Gwo-Hsing Water Resources Agency
11. Studies on the Technology for Agricultural Water Resources Management Yu Gwo-Hsing Council of agriculture
12. Studies on Aptness of Mixture Distributions for Hydrologic Frequency Analysis (I) Yu Gwo-Hsing National Science Council.
13. Studies on the Identification and Forecasting for Short Hydrological and Environmental Pollutant Time Series Yu Gwo-Hsing National Science Council.
14. Studies on the Technology for Agricultural Water Resources Management  Yu Gwo-Hsing Council of agriculture
15. Management and Policy Planning on Water Resources Official Functions Yu Gwo-Hsing Water Resources Agency
16 Studies on Aptness of Mixture Distributions for Hydrologic Frequency Analysis (II) Yu Gwo-Hsing National Science Council.
17 Reinforcement of Water Resources Management Policy Planning and Organization Establishment  Yu Gwo-Hsing Water Resources Agency
18 Revision of Corporate Planning of Modernization of Hydrologic Data Collection in Taiwan  Yu Gwo-Hsing Water Resources Agency
19 Application of the Order Series Method to Model Identification in Time Series Analysis Yu Gwo-Hsing National Science Council.
20 Study on the Impact of Urbanization to Hydrologic Frequency Analysis – Tamsui River Watershed  Yu Gwo-Hsing Chi-Hsin Agricultural Development Foundation
21 Studies on the Technology for Agricultural Water Resources Management-(9)  Yu Gwo-Hsing Council of agriculture
22 Management and Policy Planning on Water Resources Official Functions  Yu Gwo-Hsing Water Resources Agency 
23 Training Session and Propaganda for Land Subsidence Prevention Technology (1/4) Yu Gwo-Hsing Water Resources Agency
24 Application of Approximate Distribution to Hydrological Frequency Analysis Yu Gwo-Hsing National Science Council.
25 Aerodynamic forces of rectangular prisms oscillated in transverse and torsional modes in an uniform flow. Lu Po-Chien National Science Council.
26 Experiments on flow past two side by side semicircular flat plates. Lu Po-Chien National Science Council.
27 Unsteady structure of separated shear layer of rectangular prisms in turbulent flows(1/2). Lu Po-Chien National Science Council.
28 Wind tunnel investigation of the diffusion of radioactive substances emitted at the time of accident of Chin Shan nuclear power plant. Lu Po-Chien Taiwan Power Company
29 Unsteady structure of separated shear layer of rectangular prisms in turbulent flows(2/2). Lu Po-Chien National Science Council.
30 Integration of trileaflet mechanical heart valve (MHV) design with 3D CAD and flow testing. Lu Po-Chien National Science Council.
31 Subcritical 90o Dividing Open-Channel Flow Hsu Chung-Chieh National Science Council.
32 Subcritical Dividing Open-Channel Flow Hsu Chung-Chieh National Science Council.
33 Subcritical Open-Channel Junction Flow Hsu Chung-Chieh China Engineering Consultants Incorporation
34 Subcritical 75o Dividing Open-Channel Flow Hsu Chung-Chieh National Science Council.
35 Subcritical 60o Dividing Open-Channel Flow Hsu Chung-Chieh National Science Council.
36 Experimental Analysis for Ginmei-Shi River. Hsu Chung-Chieh G T Enternational 
37 Treatability Study of Petrochemical Wastewater Advance Treatment with Electro-aggregation and Fenton Method Gau Sue-Huai Chinese Petroleum Corporation
38 Research and development of the regeneration of MSW incinerator ashes (I) Gau Sue-Huai Environmental Protection Administration
39 Research and development of the regeneration of MSW incinerator ashes (II) Gau Sue-Huai Environmental Protection Administration
40 Evaluation of the incinerator ashes leachate treatment by stabilized MSW Gau Sue-Huai National Science Council.
41 Preliminary feasibility study of iron contained waste liquid regeneration as coagulant Gau Sue-Huai DuPont Taiwan Limited
42 Pilot study of the EPN water purification system on the remediation of river in Taipei City Gau Sue-Huai Ton-Fu Foundation
43 Feasibility study of iron contained waste liquid regeneration as coagulant Gau Sue-Huai DuPont Taiwan Limited
44 Pollutants reduction characteristics of leachate circulation in incinerator ashes landfill  Gau Sue-Huai National Science Council.
45 A fundamental study of electro-aggregation by removal of copper from wastewater Gau Sue-Huai National Science Council.
46 A Study of the Extraction Detoxification of incinerator fly ash and the Control of its Secondary Pollution Gau Sue-Huai National Science Council.
47 A Study of the Radionuclides Removal in Soil by Microwave Process. Hsu Tau-Being Taiwan Power Company
48 Fast Speciation Analysis for Organometals in the Environment. Hsu Tau-Being National Science Council.
49 The ICP-MS Analysis of the long half-life Radionuchides in the Environment. Hsu Tau-Being Taiwan Power Company
50 A Study of the Radionuclides Removal in waste soil by Semi-continuous microwave process. Hsu Tau-Being Taiwan Power Company
51 Filtration performance and particle size distribution uisng rasching ring filter Kang Shyh-Fang National Science Council.
52 Pilot study on enhancing filtration performances by dual media filter (2)  Kang Shyh-Fang Taiwan Water Corporation
53 Evaluating textile industry effluent standard of 1998  Kang Shyh-Fang Taiwan Regional Association of Filament Fabrics Printing Dyeing&Finishing Industries
54 Treatment of textile wastewater by the combination of Fenton oxidation and chemical coagulation processes Kang Shyh-Fang National Science Council.
55 Pilot study on enhancing filtration performances by dual media filter (3)  Kang Shyh-Fang Taiwan Water Corporation
56 Promotion of recycle and reuse technolgies for textile industry effluents  Kang Shyh-Fang Water Resources Agency
57 Treatment of textile effluent by H2O2/UV oxidation combined with RO processes for reuse Kang Shyh-Fang National Science Council.
58 Investigation on sludge cake utilization technology and evaluation on application feasibility in Taipei water department Kang Shyh-Fang Taipei Water Department
59 Quantitation of hydroxyl radicals formation and decolorization by the Photo-Fenton processes (1/2) Kang Shyh-Fang National Science Council.
60 Development of Integrated Model for Pollutant Fate and Exposure Risk Assessment. Luke Chen National Science Council.
61 Prophase Investigation of Implementing Sewer System Project. Luke Chen Public Work Department Sewerage Systems Office
62 Assessment System for Traffic Management Strategy on Urban Air Quality,” Granted by Kee-Lung City Government. Luke Chen Keelung EPA
63 Alteratives Study of Taipei Metropolitan Sewage System Planning. Luke Chen National Science Council.
64  Combining membrane and fluidized bed reactor to removal hardness (1/3)   Li Chi-Wang National Science Council.
65  Combining membrane and fluidized bed reactor to removal hardness (2/3)  Li Chi-Wang National Science Council.
66 Analysis of disinfection by-products precursors using Lanthanide ion probe  Li Chi-Wang National Science Council.
67 Error Analysis of Extreme Flood Estimation of Differing Recurrence Interval Shiau Jenq-Tzong National Science Council.

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Li, Chi-Wang, Ph.D.

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Graduate secretary

Hsiao, chun-hui

Tel: 2621-5656 ext. 2572, 2612

E-mail: 040151@mail.tku.edu.tw
 

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Undergraduate secretary

Lo, Li-Li

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E-mail: llo@mail.tku.edu.tw

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Teaching assistant

Chen, Chun-Chi   

Tel: 2621-5656 ext. 2612

E-mail: chunchi@mail.tku.edu.tw

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