Applied Math - Hydraulics (Online)

WWW360 - 2.00 Hours

Description

computer and mouseThe Applied Math - Hydraulics online course demonstrates how to use common math principles to determine volume, capacity, and flow rate within water and wastewater operations.

NOTE: Once registered, participants will receive a confirmation email, a password for access to the course, and a required completion date.

Schedule

  • IS  WWW360  48
    $50.00

Description

computer and mouseThe Applied Math - Hydraulics online course demonstrates how to use common math principles to determine volume, capacity, and flow rate within water and wastewater operations.

NOTE: Once registered, participants will receive a confirmation email, a password for access to the course, and a required completion date.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Course Completion Requirements

  • A personal computer or laptop with reliable Internet access
  • Current Web Browser
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader 7 or higher
  • Adobe Flash 10 or higher

Topics

Differentiate between volume and capacity+Calculate the volume of various shapes of structures+Calculate the capacity of various shapes of structures+Define flow rate & flow capacity+Degine velocity+Calculate the flow capacity of a liquid+Determine the relationship between pipe size and flow rate+Calculate the size of a pipe+Calculate the velocity of flow rate

Suggested Audience

  • Utilities professionals
  • Water & wastewater professionals
  • Public works professionals

Continuing Education & Professional Credits

    Contact Information

    Infrastructure Training & Safety Institute
    OSHA Training Institute Education Center
    Phone: | Tollfree: (800) 723-3811 or (800) SAFE-811

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