This is the material for the 2018 class in Hydraulic constructions at University of Trento. The material, is being revised during the class and is similar to the last year class. A first difference is that slides will be loaded into an Open Science Framework (OSF) repository. More information in the Introductory class below. The name is hydraulic construction. Actually it covers the hydraulic design of a storm water management system and the hydraulic design of an Aqueduct. With hydraulic design, I mean that the class teach how to calculate the hydraulics of infrastructure. It will not teach anything else and neither will cover how to really draw them to produce a final executive project. These knowledges are communicated in the class called "Progetto di Costruzioni Idrauliche".
T - Is a classrom lecture
L - Is a laboratory lecture
Storm water management systems
- 2018-03-01 - L - Intro to Python and Jupyter (Matplotlib, Scipy, NumPy, Pandas)
- 2018-03-05 - T - A little of statistics and probability
- 2018-03-08 - L -Explorative data analysis and simple statistics with Python's Pandas
- 2018-03-12 - T - Statistical properties of ground precipitations. Mechanisms of formation of precipitation. Ground based statistics. Extreme precipitations.
- See the points 12-15 in the Precipitations post
- Further readings (Point 1-5 and 17 in the Precipitations' post)
- 2018-03-15 - L - Estimation of Extremes with Python - I
- 2018-03-19 - T - Element for the design of storm water management infrastructures- I.
- The storm water drainage network (SWDN)
- Urban cases
- The estimation of the flood wave (the IUH case) and the Hydraulic design of the SWDN
- 2018-03-22 - L - Estimation of Extremes with Python - II
- 2018-03-26 - T - Elements for the design of storm water infrastructures
- 2018-04-5 - L Short introduction to QGIS for representing urban infrastructures.
- Further Video classes on QGIS/GISWATER
- Create subcatchments
- Homogenize the subcatchment layer and insert it in the database
- Geometric information subcatchments
- Average Slope
- Simp, Routeto
- 2018-04-09 - T- Pumping stormwaters.
- 2018-04-12 -L Working with SWMM for implementing a storm water management system
- 2018-04-16 - T - Pipes (slides from Roberto Magini) and infrastructures
- 2018-04-19 - L - Simple estimations of the maximum discharge via Python
- 2018-04-23 - Midterm written exam
As a general, simple and descriptive reference, the first six chapters of Maurizio Leopardi's book can be useful :
- Utilizzo Idropotabile
- Il trasporto in pressione
- Dimensionamento idraulico delle condotte
- Acquedotto con sollevamento meccanico
- Reti di distribuzione
- 2018-05-3 L - SWMM and python problem solving
- 2018-05-7 T - Aqueducts in 2020
- 2018-05-101 L - Working with SWMM and PYTHON
- 2018-05-14 T - External aqueducts
- 2018-05-17 L - Introduction to EPANET
- 2018-05-21 T - Reservoirs
- 2018-05-24 L - A simple aqueduct configuration with EPANET
- 2018-05-28 - T - How to verify aqueducts
- 2018-05-31 - L - Working with EPANET to design an aqueduct
- 2018-06-04 T - Houses' infrastructures
- 2018-06- 11 L - Problem solving with EPANET
During the class I will introduce sever tools for calculations.
- Open Science Framework (OSF): It is a tool for sharing a workflow, especially design for scientific purposes. It allows storage of files and documents and their selective publication on the web.
- Python - Python is a modern programming languages. It will be used for data treatment, estimation of the idf curves of precipitation, some hydraulic calculation and data visualisation. I will use Python mostly as a scripting language to bind and using existing tools.
- SWMM - Is an acronym for Storm Water Management System. Essentially it is a model for the estimation of runoff adjusted to Urban environment. I do not endorse very much its hydrology. However, it is the most used tools by colleagues who cares about storm water management, and I adopt it. It is not a tool for designing storm water networks, and therefore, some more work should be done with Python to fill the gaps.
- EPANET Is the tool developed by EPA to estimate water distribution networks.
- GISWATER: http://growworkinghard.altervista.org/giswater-11-install-windows/
- QGIS: http://growworkinghard.altervista.org/qgis-2-18-how-to-install-step-by-step-on-windows/
Domande della prova intermedia 2017.