NCKU Curriculum Map
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INTRODUCTORY OFFSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS

(1) course orientation, progressive wave theory (2) classification of ocean structures, and wave forces on structures (3) small structure wave forces (4) large structure wave forcesX the wavemaker problem (5) total reflection problem (6) wave propagation over a step (7) the wave propagation in porous structures (8) fundamental analysis of a wave and structure interaction problem

Course Goal
A. Graduates should possess professional abilities to plan and execute in the fields of hydraulic and ocean engineerings.
B. Graduates should possess abilities of leadership and management, broad global perspectives, as well as develop lifelong lesrning habit.
C. Students should possess humanism spirit in the aspects of society, environment and ethics, as well as understand professional ethics and social responsibilities.
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Principle Literacy]
  • Engineering Ethics
  • Environmental and Social Caring
  • Global vision
  • [Competence]
  • The ability of specialized knowledge in the areas of hydraulic and ocean engineerings.
  • The abilities of thinking innovatively and solving problems independently.
  • The ability of lifelong self-learning.
  • Courses of Recent Years
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    0109/1 N855100 [HOE6033]INTRODUCTORY OFFSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS 3.0 Y ,
    0108/1 N855100 [HOE6033]INTRODUCTORY OFFSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS 3.0 Y Lee, Jaw-Fang,
    0107/1 N855100 [HOE6033]INTRODUCTORY OFFSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS 3.0 Y Lee, Jaw-Fang,
    0106/1 N855100 [HOE6033]INTRODUCTORY OFFSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS 3.0 Y ,Doong, Dong-Jiing
    0105/1 N855100 [HOE6033]INTRODUCTORY OFFSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS 3.0 Y
    0104/1 N855100 [HOE6033]INTRODUCTORY OFFSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS 3.0 Y Lee, Jaw-Fang,Tai, Yih-Chin