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3 Hours. CE5320. Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in CE3361 and Admission to the CE Professional Program. Prerequisite: CE5315. Credit will not be given for both CE5351 and CE4368. INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING. CE5302.

CE5351. Prerequisite: CE3143 or CE5370 or consent of instructor. Topics of current interest in the field of civil engineering. 3 Hours. CE5325. A team approach is emphasized. Oral and written presentations are required. CE5367. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: CE3342 and CE 4328 or equivalent. Use of Gaussian dispersion modeling software. Parking and accident studies are also included. Covers torsional design of beams, beams with web holes, composite design of beams, lateral-torsional buckling of beams, plate buckling, column design and behavior, frame stability, bracing requirements for compression members. STOCHASTIC MODELS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING. CE4320. Credit not granted for both CE4351 and CE5318. 3 Hours. 3 Hours. The subject title is listed in the class schedule and in the student's record. CE4301. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE3361 and Admission to the CE Professional Program. 3 Hours. Consideration of vehicle and road user characteristics in roadway design, including horizontal and vertical alignments, intersections, interchanges, and roadway cross-section and right-of-way considerations. GEOTECHNICAL ASPECTS OF CONSTRUCTION. ENVIRONMENTAL GEOTECHNOLOGY. 3 Hours. PIPELINE SYSTEMS ASSET MANAGEMENT. Prerequisite: CE5371 or consent of instructor. Individual supervised research projects. CE5396. Topics covered include waste generation, characterization, and collection; source reduction; waste processing; design of facilities for materials recovery (recycling centers) and energy recovery (combustors and anaerobic digesters); life cycle analysis of solid waste management facilities; case study project. A study of current hydrologic techniques and methods for the analysis of hydrologic variables necessary in the design of projects such as bridges, culverts, reservoirs. Credit not granted for CE4307 and CE5382. WATER RESOURCES PLANNING. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE2313 and Permission of the CE Chair or Admission to the CE Professional Program. 3 Hours. Contact Us | CE5341. Fluid flow measurements studied by means of performed laboratory experiments and/or digital computer programming of relevant equations. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE3311 and admission to the CE Professional Program. CE4366. Prerequisite: CE3343 or consent of instructor. Graded F, R. Prerequisite: admission to candidacy for the Doctor of Philosophy degree. Materials of construction, process control interface, and operation and maintenance factors are also discussed. CE3000. Topics include equipment operating characteristics, underground construction, job site safety, and field management. The course will also cover an introduction to design with composites, preliminary design, optimization, processing variables, product design. Fundamentals of construction estimating and scheduling, earned value, value engineering, risk allocations, jobsite management, safety and closeout. Secondary compression, preconsolidation, and preloading. Includes principles from microbiology and biochemistry applied to suspended and attached growth systems. CE2331. Concepts of stress and strain; stress-strain relationships. Introduction to pre-tensioned and post-tensioned concrete structures, bonded and unbonded construction, hardware, stress calculations, section proportioning, flexural design, shear design, prestress losses, deflections, allowable stress, load-balancing, and ultimate strength design/analysis methods, including: partially prestressed systems shear design, analysis and design of composite beams, design of prestressed concrete bridges. May be taken a maximum of 3 times. Arlington, TX 76019-0019. Lectures will cover advanced analytical procedures for the analyses of air, liquid, and other wastes, including optical, Chromatographic, electrical, and other instrumental methods of analysis. Credit not granted for both CE4353 and CE5319 Prerequisite: CE3131 and CE3334; or consent of instructor. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE2311; Grade of C or better in MATH2425. Pavement inventory; condition and structural evaluation techniques; serviceability concepts; deterioration modeling; maintenance vs. rehabilitation vs. reconstruction; economic considerations, selection of project alternatives and life cycle cost analysis. Credit not granted for both CE4332 and CE5344. CE5363. Subgrade preparation. CONSTRUCTION PROJECT ADMINISTRATION. Speed, density relationships of vehicular traffic flow; statistical aspects of traffic events and queuing processes; deterministic models and simulation models of traffic flow behavior; applications of flow theory to traffic problem solutions. SOPHOMORE UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE3334 and Admission to the CE Professional Program. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE3334 and Admission to the CE Professional Program. 3 Hours. Dynamic analysis of systems with distributed mass. Building codes, American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) specifications, material specifications, test methods, and recommended practice documents. CE5384. 3 Hours. FOUNDATION ENGINEERING. The engineering application and performance of materials are emphasized. CE2191. Prerequisite: graduate standing and consent of instructor. INTRODUCTION TO SOLID WASTE ENGINEERING. 3 Hours. 3 Hours. 3 Hours. Prerequisite: CE3343 or consent of instructor. Planar and spatial kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies utilizing Newton's Laws of Motion, the principle of work and energy, and the principle of impulse and momentum; introduction to single degree of freedom vibration. Maintenance and rehabilitation of flexible pavements. THEORETICAL SOIL MECHANICS. 3 Hours. Building codes, American Concrete Institute (ACI) specifications, material specifications, test methods, and recommended practice documents are involved. Drainage selection, design and construction. The course covers 4 types of air quality models: box models, photochemical grid models (for ozone and particulate matter), Gaussian dispersion models (major emphasis), and receptor models. CE3334. Prerequisite: CE3341. 3 Hours. Credit not granted for both CE4393 and CE4394. Emergency Preparedness | Equation of motion for single degree of freedom systems including: free vibration; harmonic and periodic excitations; arbitrary, step and pulse excitations. Prerequisite: CE3305 and CE 4328; or consent of instructor. Relationships of material engineering properties to pavement design and performance. Prerequisite: CE3343 or consent of instructor. RESEARCH IN CIVIL ENGINEERING. CE5340. INTRODUCTION TO AIR POLLUTION. 3 Hours. Design of bending and compression members, trusses and shear diaphragms. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE3311 and admission to the CE Professional Program. The design, construction, and performance of footings, rafts, and piles founded on or in sands, clays, silts, stratified soils, and weak rock. TEMPORARY STRUCTURES. Behavior of members subjected to tension, compression, shear, bending, torsion, and combined loading. CE5330. Credit not granted for both CE4335 and CE5313. Introduction to computer aided design, using AutoCAD. Credit will not be granted for both CE4330 and CE5353. Topics include pipeline infrastructure structural considerations, planning and construction considerations, pipe materials, and trenchless technologies. CE4312. Prerequisite: CE 4347. Design of facilities commonly used in water and wastewater treatment plants including pumps, pipelines, channels, flow measurement and control devices, screens, grit removal, mixing, sludge removal, aeration equipment, and chemical feed and storage. 3 Hours. Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in CE3210 and CE3311 and Admission to the CE Professional Program. CE5314. Introduction to dams and levees, failure and damage analysis, erosion, seepage, filter, drainage design, foundation preparation for problematic subsoil conditions, seepage induced slope stability issues, desiccation crack and erosion control, numerical modeling and case studies, seismic issues. Paving operations. Report Fraud, College of Architecture, Planning, and Public Affairs, Architectural Engineering Undergraduate Program, Civil Engineering - Undergraduate Programs, Construction Management - Graduate Program, Construction Management - Undergraduate Program, Industrial, Manufacturing and Systems Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Construction Management, 701 S. Nedderman Drive Arlington, TX 76019. BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT. CE5358. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Students should verify that enrollment in this course meets other applicable enrollment requirements. May be taken a maximum of 3 times. Prerequisite: CE3361 or equivalent. Types of construction contracts, contractual relationship between general contractor and owner, contractual relationship between general contractor and subcontractors, legal issues in construction administration, insurance, and concepts in value engineering. Prerequisite: CE3341. 3 Hours. CE5310. Credit not granted for both CE4363 and CE5309. Introduction to International Code Council's 2012 International Building Code and USGBC's LEED New Construction Guidelines v.3 for constructing sustainable/green buildings. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in IE2308; Grade of C or better in CE3301. Prerequisite: CE3334 or consent of instructor. REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN. Credit not granted for both CE4350 and CE5328. 3 Hours. 3 Hours. Credit not granted for both CE4361 and CE5312. Projects related to advanced topics in graduate area. Preparation of a doctoral dissertation in civil engineering. ADVANCED STEEL DESIGN I. 1 Hour. Solution of engineering problems involving systems of simultaneous linear and nonlinear equations and elementary calculus, use of the tools for visualization. 2022 The University of Texas at Arlington, Structural and Mechanical Systems Simulation, 2022 Computer Engineering Flowchart/Curriculum, 2021 Computer Engineering Flowchart/Curriculum, 2020 Computer Engineering Flowchart/Curriculum, 2019 Computer Engineering Flowchart/Curriculum, 2018 Computer Engineering Flowchart/Curriculum, 2017 Computer Engineering Flowchart/Curriculum, 2016 Computer Engineering Flowchart/Curriculum, 2015 Computer Engineering Flowchart/Curriculum, 2022 Computer Science Flowchart/Curriculum, 2021 Computer Science Flowchart/Curriculum, 2020 Computer Science Flowchart/Curriculum, 2019 Computer Science Flowchart/Curriculum, 2018 Computer Science Flowchart/Curriculum, 2017 Computer Science Flowchart/Curriculum, 2016 Computer Science Flowchart/Curriculum, 2015 Computer Science Flowchart/Curriculum, 2022 Software Engineering Flowchart and Curriculum, 2021 Software Engineering Flowchart and Curriculum, 2020 Software Engineering Flowchart and Curriculum, 2019 Software Engineering Flowchart and Curriculum, 2018 Software Engineering Flowchart and Curriculum, 2017 Software Engineering Flowchart and Curriculum, 2016 Software Engineering Flowchart and Curriculum, 2015 Software Engineering Flowchart and Curriculum, Industrial, Manufacturing, and Systems Engineering. 3 Hours. Introduction to analytical, finite differences, and finite element modeling, analyses of embankments, earth dams, slopes, excavation support systems including soldier pile and diaphragm walls, shallow and deep foundation systems, and other geostructures using different geotechnical software. Prerequisites: CE5318. Pipeline and utility design, construction and renewal. Prerequisite: CE3301. Prerequisite: CE 4347 and CE4348; or equivalent. Covers material grade, properties of wood, design criteria using structural lumber, glue laminated lumber and structural panels. Prerequisite: CE3341. CE5191. CE4000. A term project will be required that consists of a numerical experiment. Definitions and properties of geotextiles, geogrids, geonets, geocomposites and geomembranes; reinforcement design applications in rigid and flexible pavements, foundations, embankments, slopes and retaining walls; drainage and filtration application designs, AASHTO design criteria; construction methods. JUNIOR UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH. Hydrologic cycle, precipitation, evapotranspiration, water budget, rainfall-runoff, hydrograph, reservoir and streamflow routing, groundwater flow, catchment hydrology, probability concepts in design, hydrologic modeling, open channel and pipe network hydraulics, pumps, urban stormwater drainage. Prerequisite: CE2313. SPECIAL TOPICS IN AIR POLLUTION. CE2300. Students pursuing a graduate degree should contact their graduate advisor. INFRASTRUCTURE EVALUATION, MAINTENANCE, AND RENEWAL. CE6350. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in both CE3131 and CE3334 and Admission to the CE Professional Program. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Stiffness method using basic equations and virtual work; element equations using shape functions for axial, beam, frame, two dimensional elements; stiffness method for three dimensional structures. Design of air pollution control systems for stationary sources, including particle control technologies (cyclones, electrostatic precipitators, fabric filters and wet scrubbers) and gaseous control technologies (incinerators, adsorption systems, absorption systems, biofilters, nitrogen oxide controls, mercury controls, and carbon dioxide controls). CE6997. CE5307. MECHANICS OF MATERIALS I. CE4308. BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING. Non-thesis master's degree candidates with approval to include a project in their program. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in CE3334 and Permission of the CE Chair or Admission to the CE Professional Program. Topics in construction management and project administration, such as project delivery system, documentation and specification, electronic project administration, construction safety, risk allocation and liability sharing, changes and extra work, claims and disputes, and project closeout. Introduction to basic analysis, design and manufacture of composite materials for engineered structures. Also an introduction to basic foundation engineering concepts. ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING PROCESS AND ANALYSIS LAB. CE4356. UNSATURATED SOIL MECHANICS II. Prerequisite: CE3343; or consent of instructor. Applications of FEM including pile soil interaction and simple beam simulation. Theory of consolidation, magnitude, time rate, pore pressure dissipation with variable construction rate and layered soils. Prerequisite: Completion of all required 3000 level courses and admission to the CE Professional Program. Urban transportation system design, planning, transportation modeling, economic theory, travel demand and travel estimation techniques. Prerequisite: Departmental good standing and permission of instructor. Sources, transport, fate, characteristics, and control of air contaminants. STRUCTURAL TIMBER DESIGN. Credit not granted for both CE4354 and CE5358. CE4351. THEORY OF ELASTICITY. SOLID WASTE ENGINEERING. Use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and design of GIS-developed hydrologic/hydraulic models commonly applied in the water resources field. GEOTECHNICAL ASPECTS OF CONSTRUCTION. Prerequisite: CE5318. 3 Hours. PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL PROCESSES I. ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY. 3 Hours. 3 Hours. The course will also cover an introduction to design with composites, preliminary design, optimization, processing variables, product design. ENGINEERING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTISTS. FUNDAMENTALS OF PRESTRESSED CONCRETE. CE5321. STATISTICS FOR CONSTRUCTION. Review of building occupancy categories, construction types, allowable height and area, life safety requirements, rated building assemblies, and egress. Techniques necessary to perform economic and multi-criteria evaluations of civil engineering projects. Lectures will also review the basics of physical/chemical processes. Prerequisite: CE3341. This course provides practical understanding of the engineering principles and practices associated with the characterization and remediation of contaminated sites. Credit not granted for CE4314 and CE5334. Analysis and design of temporary structures. CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING. CONSTRUCTION PROJECT ACQUISITION.

Flexibility method; finite element modeling and optimization of idealized structures. Topics covered include waste generation, characterization, and collection; source reduction; waste processing; design of facilities for materials recovery (recycling centers) and energy recovery (combustors and anaerobic digesters); life cycle analysis of solid waste management facilities; case study project. COMPUTATIONAL GEOTECHNICS. An analysis, design and synthesis course for concrete structures, emphasizing strength design method. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE3341 and CE3343; Admission to the CE Professional Program. 3 Hours. Preliminary design of steel and reinforced concrete structures. 3 Hours. Reading and evaluating specifications, CSI Master Format. 9 Hours. CIVIL ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS. CE4352. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in MATH1421 (or concurrent enrollment) or MATH1426 (or concurrent enrollment). Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE3311 and Admission to the CE Professional Program. Credit not granted for CE4304 and CE5378. 3 Hours. Topics include the study of properties at the nanoscale and how they affect the material's properties at the macro level. CE5368. CE2153. ADVANCED STEEL DESIGN II. Lectures will focus on the advances in the design and technology of cement based materials, with particular emphasis on the evolution of nanotechnology in construction. Graded F, P, R. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

Training on Simapro software for life cycle assessment of environmental impacts. 3 Hours. Introduction to sustainability concepts and challenges through evaluation of case studies. DESIGN OF EARTH DAMS. CE5312. DOCTORAL DEGREE COMPLETION.

CE5360. Prerequisite: CE5348. The subject title to be listed in the class schedule. CE5324. The subject title is listed in the class schedule and in the student's record. Administrative and allocation concerns. INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS. 3 Hours. Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in both CE3334 and CE3131 and Admission to the CE Professional Program. Historical and current water development concepts. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in both CE3341 and CE3343 and Admission to the CE Professional Program. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE3311 and admission to the CE Professional Program. Prerequisite: CE5311 and CE5312. CE5383. CE4325. GEOTECHNICAL ASPECTS OF LANDFILLS. Fundamentals of experimental studies of soil behavior, soil properties and their laboratory test methods which include consolidation, direct shear, static triaxial, cyclic triaxial, resonant column, bender elements and other advanced geotechnical laboratory tests, instrumentation and measurement techniques. CE3311. Fundamentals of acquiring the required goods and services necessary to fulfill the obligations of the construction contract. 3 Hours.

3 Hours. CE5393. May be repeated for credit when topic changes. Bonded and unbonded concrete overlays. Relationships of material engineering properties to pavement design and performance. Design of facilities commonly used in water and wastewater treatment plants including pumps, pipelines, channels, flow measurement and control devices, screens, grit removal, mixing, sludge removal, aeration equipment, and chemical feed and storage. Process for the assessment and response to contamination; integrating risk and exposure practices to ensure protection of human health and environment. Evaluation of economic and social impacts of alternatives and decision-making. Research and preparation pertaining to the master's thesis. Flow resistance, St. Venant equations, solution of St. Venant by finite difference methods, dam break problem, water hammer intro to finite elements to open channel flow. Prerequisite: CE3302.

Fiber materials, tapes, cloths, resin system, elastic constants, matrix formulation, theory of failure. 1 Hour. TEMPORARY STRUCTURES. 3 Hours. General principles and procedures of water resource planning includes regional, multipurpose, economic and systems considerations. PRINCIPLES OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING. Prerequisite: CE4348 or CE5306. Prerequisite: CE5327. CE3347. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE 4347 and Admission to the CE Professional Program. Prerequisite: CE5336 or equivalent. Reference material is assigned and progress conferences are held frequently, by arrangement, with a faculty supervisor.

Prerequisite: CE5312. Theories of stress and deformation, stress-strain tensors, stress and strain relationships, stresses due to various loading conditions, theories of failure, energy methods, shear-center, unsymmetrical bending, curved beams, torsion in closed and open cell cross-sections and buckling analysis. Whitetopping and Ultra-Thin Whitetopping. Geometric considerations necessary for the design of city streets, highways, and freeways such as the cross sections, vertical and horizontal alignment, sight distances and stopping distances. Service and subcontractor contracts, negotiating tactics and strategies, material pricing; and dispute resolution. Design methods for Hot-Mixes Asphalt (HMA) and Stone Matrix Asphalt (SMA). ADVANCED GEOTECHNICAL MODELING. Materials of construction, process control interface, and operation and maintenance factors are also discussed. DESIGN OF WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES. 3 Hours.

Also an introduction to sampling of soil materials. RESEARCH IN CIVIL ENGINEERING. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE3341 and Admission to the CE Professional Program. This course provides practical understanding of the engineering principles and practices associated with the characterization and remediation of contaminated sites. Prerequisite: CE5330 or equivalent. Techniques necessary to perform economic and multi-criteria evaluations of civil engineering projects. Fiber materials, tapes, cloths, resin systems, elastic constants, matrix formulation, theory of failure. Other funding sources may also require more than 3-hours of enrollment. CE5334. CE3142. Prerequisite: CE3343 or consent of instructor. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE4352; Completion of all required 3000 level courses. Topic 3 - Air Pollution Chemistry and Meteorology. The fundamental elements of traffic - the driver, the vehicle, and the roadway - are considered and then extended into studies of streams of traffic flow. Prerequisite: CE4358 or CE5346; and CE5347. Fundamental aspects of elasto-plastic behavior of soils along axisymmetric stress paths, shear strength of soils in light of critical state soil mechanics, and constitutive models to predict soil response under saturated conditions, including Cam Clay and modified Cam Clay models. PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION AND TRENCHLESS TECHNOLOGY. 3 Hours. PROPERTIES AND BEHAVIOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE2311; grade of C or better in MATH2425. CONSTRUCTION SUSTAINABILITY. Prerequisite: Changes with topic; Consent of instructor required and Admission to the CE Professional Program. CE3361. Prerequisite: CE5347 or consent of instructor. Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in CHEM1465 or CHEM1442; Grade of C or better in CE3305; concurrent enrollment in CE3131 and Permission of the CE Chair or Admission to the CE Professional Program. Credit will not be granted for both CE4312 and CE5332. Advanced topics on structural design of concrete structures. CE4354. 1 Hour. Includes plain and reinforced masonry. Topics vary. Topics include strength and serviceability requirements, design of one way slabs, rectangular beams, flanged sections and columns, for strength, shear, bond, bearing, and serviceability. Topics include loads on temporary structures, shoring, formwork, falsework, scaffolding, bracing, soldier beam and lagging, sheet piling, equipment bridges, and support of existing structures. Prerequisite: CE3341. Topics include slender columns, shear walls, torsion, deep beams, brackets, retaining walls, strut and tie model for shear torsion, two-way slabs, and shear friction. ADVANCED GIS AND HYDROLOGIC AND HYDRAULIC MODELING. Introduction to the construction industry and the methods, equipment, and management techniques used. CE5326. CE2152. Disposition of compounds of environmental significance utilizing sorption, bioaccumulation, acid-base reactions, hydrolysis reactions, biodegradation, and biotransformation. There are several writing assignments and an oral presentation. SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING. 3 Hours. 3 Hours. Introduction to pre-tensioned and post-tensioned concrete structures, bonded and unbonded constructions, hardware, stress calculations, section proportioning, flexural design, shear design, prestress losses, deflections, allowable stress, load-balancing, and ultimate strength, design/analysis methods, including: partially prestressed systems shear design, analysis and design of composite beams, design of prestressed concrete bridges.

Prerequisite: CE3334; or consent of instructor. 1 Hour. 3 Hours. TOPICS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING WITH LAB. 3 Hours. CE5390. Usage of ABAQUS will be introduced. CE1000. PLASTIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF STRUCTURES. CE5392. Advanced topics of current interest in any one of the various fields of civil engineering.

3 Hours. WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING. CE1252. Characterization of earthquakes for design. CE2000. 3 Hours. CONSTRUCTION FINANCE.

Control algorithms and optimization of splits, offsets, and cycle lengths for arterial progression and traffic signals in networks; computer simulation techniques; problem solving with computer simulation and optimization packages; freeway control using ramp meters and dynamic motorist communications.

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