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1 CE CIVIL ENGINEERING Prerequisites and corequisites are indicated for specific courses where required. Under exceptional conditions the prerequisite or corequisite requirement may be waived with the consent of the instructor and the Department Chair. The following courses (or equivalents) are prerequisites for all 3000 level or higher Civil Engineering courses: CE1023, ENGG1001, ENGG1003, ENGG1015, CS1003, MATH1013, MATH1503. Deleted: APSC1023 The availability of elective courses should be verified with the Department of Civil Engineering before selection. Notes: 1. See beginning of Section H for abbreviations, course numbers and coding. 2. * indicates laboratory periods are scheduled for alternate weeks. 3. [W] indicates courses with a significant amount of writing in English.( HIST 3925 or SOCI 2534 in the CE CORE program also have a [W] designation.) Deleted: + CE 1023 Statics for Engineers 4 ch (3C 2T) Forces and moments are introduced with vector algebra, followed by the application of equilibrium conditions for particles and rigid bodies. Free body diagrams (FBD s) are used to analyze trusses, frames and machines, as well as internal member forces (bending moment and shear force diagrams). Additional topics include friction, centroids, and moments of inertia. Prerequisite: PHYS 1081, Corequisite MATH 1003 CE 2023 Mechanics of Materials 5 ch (3C 3L) Elastic and plastic stress, strain; behaviour of beams and columns; torsion; material strength. Prerequisite: CE Co requisite: MATH Formatted: Font: Calibri, 12 pt, Font color: Auto Formatted: Left, Space After: 12 pt Formatted: Font: Calibri, 12 pt, Font color: Auto Formatted: Font: Not Bold Deleted: APSC CE 2033 Structural Analysis 5 ch (3C 3L) Influence lines, calculation of deflections, flexibility analysis, stiffness analysis and approximate analysis. Prerequisite: CE CE 2113 Soil Mechanics I 4 ch (3C 3L*) Consolidation, shear strength, stresses under loaded areas, effects of water on soil behaviour. Prerequisite: GEOL 1001, GEOL 1026, CE Co requisite: CE 2703 or CHE Deleted: + CE 2512 Materials for Civil Engineers 4 ch (3C 2L) The manufacture and use of Portland cement, concrete, and concrete products. Structure, production, physical properties, and use of ferrous and nonferrous metals, bituminous materials,

2 wood, and plastics. Preservation of materials. Prerequisite CHE CE 2703 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics 4 ch (3C 1T) Physical properties of liquids and gases, fluid statics, kinematics of fluid flow, energy considerations in steady flow, momentum and dynamic forces in fluid flow, fluid measurements, introduction to forces on immersed bodies. Prerequisites: CE 1023, MATH 1013 Deleted: APSC CE 3053 Reinforced Concrete Design I 4 ch (3C 2L) Introduction to design of reinforced concrete structural elements by limit states design. Design of beams and one way slabs for flexure and shear, bond and development of reinforcement, serviceability limits, columns, and footing design.. Prerequisite: CE Corequisite CE CE 3063 Structural Steel Design I 4 ch (3C 2L) Introduction to the National Building Code followed by design of tension and compression members, trusses and beams, plate girders and connections in steel. Prerequisite: CE CE 3123 Foundation Engineering I 4 ch (3C 1T) Lateral earth pressures, shallow and deep foundations, stability of cuts and slopes. Prerequisite: CE CE 3201 Transportation Engineering 5 ch (3C 3L) Principles of transportation engineering: modal characteristics, travel demand functions, traffic flow theories and models, and vehicle track principles. Highway transportation classification, elements and design principles. Laboratory work is field oriented and involves elementary traffic studies. Prerequisite: STAT 2593 CE 3403 Introduction to Environmental Engineering 4 ch (3C 3L) Introduces the problems and principles of control or modification of the environment. Considers an environmental dimension to all planning, design and analysis functions carried out by engineers. Restricted to students with at least 60 ch completed. CE 3603 Construction Engineering I 3 ch (2C 1T) Responsibilities and relationships of participants in the construction industry. Standard contract documents, contractor resources and project control. Restricted to students with at least 60 ch successfully completed. CE 3713 Hydraulics and Hydrology 5 ch (3C 3L) Water flow in pipes; computer based analysis of pipe networks; characteristics of pumps; open channel flow; similitude and dimensional analysis. The hydrological cycle; precipitation, runoff and hydrograph analysis; the rational method; flood and drought frequency analysis;

3 groundwater flow. Prerequisites: CE 2703 or CHE CE 3933 Numerical Methods for Civil Engineers Numerical methods appropriate to the solution of deterministic problems in civil engineering. Considers root finding, interpolation, integration, solution of systems of algebraic equations, ordinary and partial differential equations. Prerequisites: CS 1003 or equivalent, MATH 1013, MATH 1503, MATH 2513 CE 3963 Engineering Economy Basic methods of engineering economy including time value of money, compound interest models, interest and discount rates, and depreciation; critical path methods. Emphasis is placed on commonly used computational procedures. Restricted to students with at least 60 ch completed. Prerequisite: CS 1003 or equivalent. CE 3973 Technical Communications 3 ch (2C, 2T) [W] Written, oral and visual communications are covered. Written communication skills are enhanced through the preparation of engineering documents. Oral communications topics include public speaking and rules of order for conducting a meeting. Visual communications include the uses of videotape equipment, preparation of transparencies and slides for projection, and preparation and projection of computer generated images. Students are responsible for organizing a technical conference. Restricted to students with at least 60 ch completed. Prerequisite: ENGG CE 4613 Construction Engineering II Construction of temporary works and construction methods. Includes excavations, trenches, stabilization, sheet piling, cofferdams, formwork, falsework, scaffolding, failure and accident statistics, costs and liability. Emphasis on application of the NB Occupational Health and Safety Commission Act and Regulations to construction. Restricted to students with at least 110 ch completed. Prerequisite: CE CE 4923 Systems Design Techniques such as multiple linear regression, stepwise regression, time series analysis, forecasting, nonparametric tests, and optimization are applied to the design and operation of civil engineering systems. Prerequisite: STAT CE 4973 Team Design Project 4 ch ( 1C 6L) [W] Working in teams, students will complete an engineering design project that draws on their knowledge and skills obtained in previous courses. Student teams will design a structure, system, or process to meet a broad range of specified constraints. Students will manage their projects professionally, prepare a comprehensive written report, and present their design work

4 orally. Restricted to students with at least 120 ch completed. Prerequisite: CE UPPER LEVEL ELECTIVE COURSES CE 5013 Earthquake Engineering Historic and analytic evaluation of the effect of earthquakes on structures. The analytic evaluation will be based on an analysis of the dynamic response of the structural system when modelled as a single or multidegree of freedom system. Structural design concepts which minimize the effects of earthquakes will also be covered. Prerequisite: CE Deleted: CE 5023 Introduction to Finite Elements 4 ch (3C 1L) Introduction to the theory of finite elements in the stress and displacement analysis of structures and to the use of related software. The technique will be introduced by reference to the development of the triangle family of finite elements using fundamental principles of mechanics relating to equilibrium, compatibility and forcedeformation behaviour. Prerequisites: CE 2023, CE CE 5033 Bridge Design 4 ch (3C 3L) Design of girder, truss, rigid frame, and continuous bridges with special emphasis on highway bridges. Economics and layout of bridges, optimum proportions, influence lines and moment envelopes for indeterminate structural systems. Prerequisites: CE 2033, CE 3053, CE CE 5043 Structural Engineering 4 ch (3C 2L) Advanced methods of structural analysis and design, including matrix stiffness analysis of plane structures (trusses, beams and frames). Fundamental concepts related to the stiffness method are introduced during the development of a simple computer program for plane frame analysis, and approximate methods of analysis are used to check computer solutions. Prerequisites: CE 2033 and either CE 3053 or CE CE 5053 Reinforced Concrete Design II 4 ch (3C 3L) Continuation of CE Includes a review of flexure and shear requirements for limit states design, serviceability limits and deflection calculations, torsion, slender columns, continuity, two way slabs, and footing design. Consideration of prestressed concrete, strut and tie modeling, and comparison with ACI design code requirements. Requires a group design project. Prerequisite(s): CE 2033, CE CE 5063 Structural Steel Design II 4 ch (3C 2L) Materials behaviour, plastic design principles, tension and compression members,

5 beams and connections. Numerical stability analysis, multistorey building design. Computer applications. Prerequisite: CE 2033, 3053, CE 5073 Structural Masonry Design 4 ch (3C 2L) Review of structural principles and codes relating to masonry and properties of masonry components; analysis and design of components; architectural and construction considerations related to masonry. Prerequisites: CE 2033, CE 3053, CE CE 5083 Structural Wood Design Introduction to structural principles and codes relating to wood design. Consideration will be given to the design of individual elements (beams, columns, etc.) and systems of elements (shear walls, laminated bridge decks, etc.), as well as available computer software to assist in wood design. Prerequisite: CE CE 5113 Soil Mechanics II 4 ch (3C 2L) Soil mechanics principles, elastic and plastic stress conditions, arching, compression and consolidation, bearing capacity, stability, drainage. Prerequisite: CE CE 5132 Foundation Engineering II A continuation of earlier soils engineering courses dealing with shallow foundations (including design of reinforced concrete footings), deep foundations, excavations, cofferdams and factors relating to foundation design. Prerequisite: CE CE 5141 Embankments I Engineering for earthfill structures such as dams, dykes, causeways and other embankment structures employed in civil engineering projects. Prerequisite: CE CE 5153 Environmental Geotechnics 4 ch (3C 3L*) Design of sanitary landfills, with emphasis on clay liners and composite liners. Properties of geosynthetics. Geotechnical properties of municipal solid waste. Landfilling procedures. Hydrological evaluation of sanitary landfills. Site selection. Prerequisite: CE CE 5201 Road Materials and Structures 4 ch (3C 2L) Soil classification, compaction, and stabilization for optimum use in road construction. Structural and hydraulic aspects of small scale drainage systems for roads. Prerequisites: CE 2113, CE CE 5212 Pavement Design I 4 ch (3C 3L) A study of the design and construction of highway pavements. Production and testing

6 of bituminous materials, design of bituminous mixtures, thickness design for flexible pavements, design of rigid pavements, and construction methods. Prerequisite: CE CE 5222 Traffic Engineering 4 ch (3C 3L) Single vehicle and traffic stream characteristics; traffic studies; surveys, and analysis; traffic control devices; operations and economics of intersections and interchanges; traffic accident studies; legal and administrative aspects. Prerequisite: CE CE 5232 Transport Facility Design 4 ch (3C 2L) [W] Topics focus on the analysis and design of highway and rail infrastructure and incorporate the economic, environmental and operational issues associated with facility development. Aerodrome planning, airport design standards and capacity concepts are also discussed. Special lectures will cover topics such as airport operations, pipeline construction techniques and marine vessel and port design. Prerequisite: CE CE 5241 Introduction to Pavement Management Systems Basic concepts in pavement management; programming of investments over a network of roads; optimization of individual level project investment; pavement evaluation techniques; structure and manipulation of data banks for pavement management systems. Prerequisite: CE CE 5313 Urban Planning [W] Introduction to city and regional planning. The evolution of cities, discussion of planning in municipal administration, principles of land use, urban transportation, municipal services, subdivision design, comprehensive planning, master plans, programs, planning studies, and the administration and enforcement of planning regulations. Restricted to students with at least 90 ch completed. CE 5342 Site Planning 3 ch (2C 3L) To better appreciate the comprehensive nature of site analysis and the physical, social and environmental impacts of engineering works on a site and its surroundings. To incorporate site characteristics to enhance a project in terms of costs, appearance and energy efficiency. This course will be limited to a maximum of 18 persons. Restricted to students with at least 90 ch completed. Prerequisite: CE CE 5402 Environmental Planning for Capital Works 3 ch (2C 2L) [W] Application of environmental principles in the planning, design and construction of civil engineering projects including highways, pipelines and land developments. Elements

7 of the environmental planning process and characteristics of environmental risk analysis as they relate to environmental impact assessment are stressed. Restricted to students with at least 90 ch completed. Prerequisite: CE CE 5411 Water Supply and Wastewater Removal 4 ch (3C 2L) Layout and design of water and sewer systems including analysis of alternatives in system requirements. Specific topics include water and wastewater volumes, transportation and distribution of water, collection and conveyance of wastewater, and pumping stations for water and wastewater systems. Prerequisite: CE CE 5421 Water Quality and Treatment 4 ch (3C 2L) Applied water chemistry, epidemiological analysis, water analysis, water treatment processes and design, water treatment systems and plant design, public health issues and case studies. The content is tailored towards drinking water quality and treatment issues. This will be supplemented by detailed design of unit operations and processes involved in the treatment of drinking water. Prerequisites: CHEM 1982 (or equivalent) and CE 3403 or CHE 2004, or permission of course instructor. CE 5432 Wastewater Treatment and Pollution Control 4 ch (3C 2L) Applied wastewater microbiology, wastewater analysis (physical, chemical, and biological), wastewater treatment processes, industrial and municipal wastewater treatment and management, wastewater treatment systems and plant design. The course content will focus on treatment and management issues of wastewater from industrial, municipal, and domestic sources. Pollution control strategies and protocols are also examined. Prerequisites: CHEM 1982 (or equivalent) and CE 3403 or CHE 2004, or permission of course instructor. Elements of Environmental Engineering for Chemical CE ch (1C 1L) Engineers Applications of microbiology in environmental engineering. Microscopic examination and biological tests of water and wastewater samples. Restricted to Chemical Engineering students with at least 90 ch completed. Prerequisite: CHEM 1982 (or equivalent), CHE 2004, or permission from course instructor. CE 5503 Concrete Technology 4 ch (3C 2L) In this course the properties of cement and concrete materials are studied. Topics include (i) materials for concrete, such as portland cements, supplementary cementing materials, aggregates, and chemical admixtures; (ii) procedures for mix proportioning, batching, mixing, transporting, handling, placing, consolidating, finishing, and curing concrete; (iii) precautions necessary during hot and cold weather concreting; (iv)

8 causes and methods of controlling volume changes; (v) commonly used control tests for quality concrete; (iv) introduction to special types of concrete. Applicable ASTM, AASHTO, ACI, and CSA standards are discussed. Prerequisite CE CE 5603 Construction Equipment and Methods 4 ch (3C 1T) The use and application of equipment in the construction industry; engineering fundamentals applicable to construction engineering and management practice. Lifting, excavating, transporting, compacting and tunnelling equipment; equipment finance, costs and economics are covered. Application of computers in construction equipment and methods. Restricted to students with at least 100 ch successfully completed. Prerequisite: CE CE 5612 Construction: Financial and Industry Issues The course focuses on the financial aspects of construction including methods and techniques for: estimating costs of construction; project financing and managing risks; and monitoring and controlling costs. The course will also introduce current issues within the industry, primarily from the financial perspective (e.g., infrastructure management, sustainable construction, quality management, technology adoption). Restricted to students with at least 100 ch successfully completed. Prerequisite: CE CE 5623 Project Management 4 ch (3C 1T) Application of management methods for construction projects. Emphasis on supervisory management, contracts, and management methods. Application of critical path methodology for work organization and management control, including planning and scheduling, resource management, optimization techniques and cost control methods. Restricted to students with at least 100 ch successfully completed. Prerequisite: CE CE 5702 Open Channel Hydraulics 4 ch (3C 2L) Fundamental concepts of specific energy, velocity distribution in open channels; uniform flow in channels; gradually varied steady flow, water surface profiles, backwater computations, transitions; rapidly varied steady flow, hydraulic jumps, flow over spillway sections; introduction to unsteady flow. Prerequisite: CE CE 5742 Engineering Hydrology 4 ch (3C 2L) [W] Elements of hydrometeorology, precipitation, storm analysis, stream gauging, ground water hydraulics, evaporation, runoff, hydrograph analysis, unit hydrograph techniques, stream flow routing, flood frequency analysis, snowmelt, introduction to

9 flood forecasting. Prerequisite: CE CE 5753 Engineering Hydrogeology 4 ch (3C 3L) Covers important topics in quantitative hydrogeology, including: principles of saturated and unsaturated groundwater flow, solutions to groundwater flow problems, well hydraulics and pumping tests, introductory groundwater geochemistry, and contaminant migration and attenuation processes in groundwater. Prerequisite: CE 2703 or CHE 2703, GEOL 1001, GEOL CE 5913 Special Studies in Civil Engineering I (See description for CE 5933.) CE 5923 Special Studies in Civil Engineering II (See description for CE 5933.) 1 ch 2 ch CE 5933 Special Studies in Civil Engineering III With the approval of the Department Chair and under the guidance of a member of the faculty, a student may perform special studies and investigations related to the undergraduate program. The extent of the work will determine the amount of credit. Students may receive credit(s) for one of CE 5913, CE 5923 and CE 5933 only. Restricted to students with at least 110 ch. 3 ch CE 5943 Research Thesis 4 ch ( 1C 6L) [W] Each student will work on an approved research project. The student will: present a proposal which will serve as a basis for the project; carry out work on the project with the guidance of a faculty member; submit written progress reports at specified times; write a final report at the completion of the project; present the subject of the report orally. Prerequisite: CE Restricted to Civil Engineering students in their final year with at least a 3.0 GPA in the previous assessment year or a 3.0 CGPA. Deleted: B average Deleted: B Deleted: cgpa

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