Civil Engineering – Bachelor Courses


TRANSPORTATION PLANNING

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE The aim of this course is to understand the theory and practice of transportation planning process. In the first part methods and techniques of data acquisition (counting, tracking, interviewing), development of objectives and goals (brain storming, future search), development and assessment of measures (Delphi, SWOT), building of scenarios and evaluation […]

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TIMBER STRUCTURES

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE The course covers the basic methods, models and eurocodes about structural design of timber structures. Basic structural systems of timber buildings are briefly presented and compared to each other. Material properties of timber are deeply analysed and compared with other structural materials (like concrete, steel or brick elements). Designing of […]

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SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION AND MOBILITY

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE The aim of this course is to understand the theory and practice of transportation planning process. In the first part the principles of sustainability are introduced and the challenges of modern mobility/transportation management/planning (traffic safety and security, travel and traffic behaviour, environmental impacts, economic impacts, capacities) are discussed. In the […]

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STEEL STRUCTURES

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE During this course the student will acquire fundamental knowledge of the steel steructures in civil engieering and architecture. The basic principles of the designing and the dimensioning of the structural steeel elements and cross-sections as well as of the connections according to the European standards Eurocodes 3 will be explained. […]

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METHODOLOGY OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE The objective of this course is to understand the urban ecosystem and principles for the built environment and to know the methods and techniques for assesing the anhropogenic impacts on the environment and its sustainability. The concept of urban metabolism is clarified in the context of environmental,  social and economic sustainability. The urban […]

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MATHEMATICS C (VECTOR CALCULUS)

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE The course consists of three main parts: vector functions and all about the curves (see figure on the right below) in 3D-space, partial derivatives (with applications like linearization, (constrained) optimization of functions of several variables) and integrals in (3D-space) space. Integrals in the space include not just the triple integral, […]

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HYDROTECHNICS

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE During this course the student will gain fundamental theoretical and practical knowledge of basic principles of energy conservation, flow specificity and hydrodynamic phenomena in various types of water flow. The student will acquire knowledge to deal with engineering design of hydraulic calculations and calculation procedures: calculations for pipe flow, flow […]

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FOUNDATION ENGINEERING

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE The objectives of this unit are to provide an understanding of the factors influencing soil strength, and to give practice in the application of this understanding by exploring the stability of slopes, retaining walls and foundations. At the end of this unit, students will be able to: critically analyse foundation […]

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BUILDING PHYSICS

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE               Building physics is a multidisciplinary field of study which is concerned with the living conditions of occupants and the interaction between internal and external environments.  In recent decades, increasing emphasis on human comfort and health preservation, as well as the depletion of fossil fuels […]

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BASIS OF STUCTURAL DESIGN

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE The course covers the basic methods, models and Eurocodes about structural design of buildings. Basic structural systems are briefly presented and compared to each other. Student should attain the basic principles of the safety concept and the modelling concepts of structures considering Eurocodes and national codes. All-important possible load actions […]

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TRANSPORTATION PLANNING

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE The aim of this course is to understand the theory and practice of transportation planning process. In the first part methods and techniques of data acquisition (counting, tracking, interviewing), development of objectives and goals (brain storming, future search), development and assessment of measures (Delphi, SWOT), building of scenarios and evaluation […]

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TIMBER ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE The course integrates different aspects of energy efficient building design; architectural & bioclimatic design, basic structural design of timber buildings, use of active techical systems within the building energy concept. The aim of the couse is to qualify the students for the design of energy efficient timber buildings on a […]

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THE METHOD OF PRECISE GEODETIC MEASUREMENTS

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE The purpose of the course is to: get to know the main methods of precise geodetic measurements in civil engineering. Geodetic network as a basis for the precise measurement and getting to know the differences between reference and free network. Getting to know the methods of transformation of coordinate systems, […]

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STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 2

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE Structural analysis is a basic course for any structural engineer. As an upgrade of basic statics, it covers classical theory of structures and its application in the analysis of load-bearing structures in two main fields of more complex structural analysis: (1) calculation of deformation (displacements and rotations of statically determinate […]

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SOIL MECHANICS

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE This course provides an elementary introduction to Geotechnical Engineering, and provides the basic mechanics necessary for the detailed study of Geotechnical Engineering. This course aims to provide an understanding of: the nature of soils as engineering materials; common soil classification schemes; the importance of water in the soil and the […]

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ROAD TRANSPORTATION TELEMATICS

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE Based on the desire to accommodate this increasing demand for transport and mobility in a sustainable and an economically viable way, transportation telematics supported by information technology have emerged. Hence, it is indispensible for transportation professionals and city planners to be aware of existing intelligent transportation technologies and their potential. […]

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MATHEMATICS B – LINEAR ALGEBRA / LINEAR ALGEBRA AND FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE The student chooses eighter Mathematics B Linear Algebra of study program Civil engineering (16U008) or Mathematics B Linear Algebra And Financial Mathematics of study program Industrial engineering – Civil engineering (57U608). Both courses include the main modul (of 30 hours of lectures and 20 hours of exercises) wich covers basics […]

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GIS AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE Students are introduced with the importance of GIS and spatial data at every day interventions in environment.   Students are introduced with modern technologies and procedures for detailed land survey.   Students get acquainted with the basic open coded available software tools like QGIS, Grass, InterIMAGE and SPRING and some […]

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GEODESY

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE Students will gain elementarily knowledge of geodesy: coordination systems, measuring of angles, height differences, cartography, terrain orientation, use and design of geodetic plans and of bases of geodesy for civil engineering, calculating of area and volumes, calculating the standard deviation of measurements, …   COURSE CONTENTS The course will cover […]

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GEODESY

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE Student will gain elementarily knowledge of geodesy, above all coordination systems, measuring of corners, of high-altitude differences, cartography, orientation, use and design of geodetic plans and of bases of geodesy for civil engineering.   COURSE CONTENTS The course will cover the following topics: Subject and tasks of geodesy Surveying activities […]

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