| Courses taught at Mercer University, Macon, GA
EGR 107: Introduction to Engineering Design
Prerequisite: Be a fully admitted student in the School of Engineering
or have the written permission of the dean.
Systematic procedures for engineering design. Student teams pursue a design
project that incorporates problem identifications, information gathering,
development of alternative solutions, merit analysis, decision presentation,
implementation, testing, and redesign. Students practice skills in preparing
the presenting a variety of engineering-related written and oral reports.
Calculus I Lab
Corequisite: MAT 191.
A computer laboratory course with applications supplementing MAT 191.
Topics include: A study of functions involving limits, continuity,
derivatives, and antiderivatives; the definite integral and Fundamental
Theorem of Calculus.
EGR/MAT 192L: Calculus
Corequisite: MAT 192.
A computer laboratory course with applications supplementing MAT 192.
Topics include: Methods of numerical integration, applications
of the definite integral, techniques of anti-differentiation, improper
integrals, infinite series, differential equations, and polar coordinates.
EVE 384: Hydraulics and Hydrology
Prerequisite: EVE 290
Fundamentals aspects of pipe flow, free surface flow and unsteady flow
for hydraulic systems. Introduction to hydrologic principles, including
hydrologic cycle, watersheds, drainage basins, subsurface and ground water
EVE 384: Engineering Hydraulics
Prerequisite: EVE 290.
Introduction to hydrostatics, fluid motion, continuity, momentum, and
energy applications. Applications to pipe networks and hydraulic systems.
Modeling of water distribution systems and wastewater collection systems.
EVE 385: Engineering Hydrology
Prerequisite: EVE 290.
Precipitation, evaporation, consumptive use, infiltration, stream flow,
flood routing; statistical analysis of hydrological data, flood an drought
forecasting, risk analysis; and introduction to urban drainage design;
and modeling of hydrologic
Solid Waste System Design
Prerequisite: CHM 111, EVE 290, and EGR 235
Chemical, mechanical, and biological equipment and instrumentation for
the processing and disposal of solid wastes are studied and designed.
Handling and recycling of conventional, household and industrial wastes,
including energy conversion. Special requirements for hazardous and toxic
wastes. Economic values and costs impacts. Government and EPA regulations
regarding generation and disposal of wastes on local, state, and national
level. Plant trips and design projects.
EVE 421: Advanced Solid
EVE 445L: Senior Environmental
Prerequisites: Senior standing; EVE 402; EVE 405 and EVE 420.
An introduction to environmental laboratory analyses, including those
for determining physical, chemical, and microbiological characteristics
of water and wastewater. Design, conduct, and analyze experiments using
modern techniques, skills and tools. Unit operations commonly employed
in industry will be evaluated.
EVE 490: Groundwater
Prerequisite: EVE 385.
Application of mathematical models for chemical movement in soils and
groundwater to evaluate soil and groundwater pollutant behavior; discussion
of remediation techniques; design of subsurface monitoring networks; case
studies in groundwater pollution.
EVE 491: Technical Elective
- Open Channel Flow, Groundwater Hydrology, Contaminant Fate and Transport
EVE 492: Technical Elective
- Geotechnical Engineering
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ENV 4202L - Chemical
Process Control Laboratory (1 credit, Fall 1992)
Instructor for the laboratory component of this course. The course covered
engineering design measurements and analysis of chemical systems in environmental
to control treatment processes such as softening, coagulation, disinfection,
stabilization, and others. Responsibilities included set-up of experiments,
preparation of laboratory equipment and reagents, and supervision of students
during the lab sessions.
ENV 4341 - Solid Waste
Management (3 credits, Spring 1994 to Spring 1999)
A senior course in the civil and environmental engineering department
which covered design, planning, and analysis problems associated with
the storage, collection, processing, and disposal of solid and hazardous
wastes. Course content included internet access to class handouts, lecture
materials, assignments, and on-line homework and quizzes.
CWR 6125 - Groundwater
Hydrology (3 credits, Spring 1999)
A graduate course in the civil and environmental engineering department
which covered theories of groundwater movement, geological factors, analysis
and design techniques, etc. Practical considerations were emphasized.