Jonathan Mellor

Full Time Lecturer

Civil & Environmental Engineering

508-999-8464

508-999-8964

jmellor@umassd.edu

Violette Research 108B


Teaching

Courses

The standard graphical means of communication between the civil engineer and the constructor are introduced. The students' graphic communication skills are developed including the ability to use computer-aided graphic systems.

The standard graphical means of communication between the civil engineer and the constructor are introduced. The students' graphic communication skills are developed including the ability to use computer-aided graphic systems.

The standard graphical means of communication between the civil engineer and the constructor are introduced. The students' graphic communication skills are developed including the ability to use computer-aided graphic systems.

The standard graphical means of communication between the civil engineer and the constructor are introduced. The students' graphic communication skills are developed including the ability to use computer-aided graphic systems.

The standard graphical means of communication between the civil engineer and the constructor are introduced. The students' graphic communication skills are developed including the ability to use computer-aided graphic systems.

The standard graphical means of communication between the civil engineer and the constructor are introduced. The students' graphic communication skills are developed including the ability to use computer-aided graphic systems.

A first course in fluid mechanics. An introduction to fluid mechanics through the study of the properties, stationary behavior, and flow characteristics of incompressible fluids. The fundamental conservation equations of mass, momentum and energy governing the pressure, velocity and free surface elevation of fluid are a course focus. Hydrostatic forces, pipe flow, basic pump and turbine theory are examples of water resource engineering application covered.

General topics of interest and relevance to civil & environmental engineering applications. Topics may include subject matter related to transportation engineering, geotechnical engineering, structures design, water resources, fluid mechanics, and/or environmental science and engineering. Laboratory and field exercises may supplement lecture material. Course can be repeated with change of content.

General topics of interest and relevance to civil & environmental engineering applications. Topics may include subject matter related to transportation engineering, geotechnical engineering, structures design, water resources, fluid mechanics, and/or environmental science and engineering. Laboratory and field exercises may supplement lecture material. Course can be repeated with change of content.

Final design experience requiring practitioner involvement, student reports, and oral presentations. An interdisciplinary, team approach is emphasized. Course offers two credits in the fall and two credits in the spring. All four credits must be earned within the same academic year.

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