NCKU Curriculum Map
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NEARSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS

This course introduces the basic theory of nershore hydrodynamics. The primary intent of this course is to serve an engineering and management practice. Wind wave generation and dissipation are contained. This course also presents a comprehensive description of wave transformation from deep water to shallow water. The nearshore dynamics induced by breaking waves and tides is introduced and practical engineering examples are illustrated to show the changes of nearshore current system under coastal structure constructions.

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.
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Principle Literacy]
  • Engineering Ethics
  • Environmental and Social Caring
  • [Competence]
  • The ability of specialized knowledge in the areas of hydraulic and ocean engineerings.
  • Global vision and foreign languages skills.
  • The ability of lifelong self-learning.
  • Courses of Recent Years
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    Semester
    Course
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    Class
    Code
    Course Name
    (The name will link to the syllabus.)
    Credit Taught in English
    (Yes or No)
    Instructor
    0108/2 N870100 [HOE7013]NEARSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS 3.0 N
    0104/1 N870100 [HOE7013]NEARSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS 3.0 N Hsu, Tai-Wen
    0104/1 N870100 [HOE7013]NEARSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS 3.0 N Hsu, Tai-Wen
    0103/1 N870100 [HOE7013]NEARSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS 3.0 N Hsu, Tai-Wen
    0103/1 N870100 [HOE7013]NEARSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS 3.0 N Hsu, Tai-Wen
    0102/1 N870100 [HOE7013]NEARSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS 3.0 N Hsu, Tai-Wen
    0102/1 N870100 [HOE7013]NEARSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS 3.0 N Hsu, Tai-Wen
    0101/1 N870100 [HOE7013]NEARSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS 3.0 N Hsu, Tai-Wen
    0100/2 N870100 [HOE7013]NEARSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS 3.0 N Hsu, Tai-Wen
    0098/1 N870100 [HOE7013]NEARSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS 3.0 Y Hsu, Tai-Wen