Engineering and Economics. Credit: 3 Hours.
undergraduate core for general civil engineering students.
to the formulation and solution of civil engineering problems. Major
topics: engineering economy, mathematical modeling, and optimization.
Application of techniques, including classical optimization, linear and
nonlinear programming, network theory, critical path methods, simulation,
decision theory, and dynamic programming to a variety of civil
engineering problems. Credit is not given for both CEE 201 and IE 310.
Prerequisite: MATH 231; credit or concurrent registration in MATH 225.
Engineering. Credit: 3 Hours.
undergraduate elective for general civil engineering students.
planning, operation, management, and maintenance of transportation
systems; integrated multi-modal transportation systems (highways, air,
rail, etc.); layout of highways, airports, and railroads with traffic
flow models, capacity analysis, and safety. Design of facilities and
systems with life cycle costing procedures and criteria for optimization.
251; credit or concurrent registration in CEE 202.
Transportation. Credit: 3 or 4 Hours.
undergraduate and graduate elective. Formerly CEE498-PT.
systems basics, demand issues, design standards, economic and
sustainability implications. Transit service planning for shuttle,
corridor, and network systems, hybrid hierarchical systems, paratransit
and demand-responsive services. Management of transit systems, fleet
operations, and crew scheduling. Operational issues, vehicle movement,
headway and schedule control. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours.
Prerequisite: CEE 310 or equivalent.
Systems Analysis. Credit: 4 Hours.
Graduate elective. Formerly
design and operations of complex logistics systems: logistics costs;
production, transportation and distribution systems; lot-sizing; traveling
salesman problem (TSP) and vehicle routing problem (VRP); transshipments;
facility location problem; supply chain management and inventory control;
order instability; analytical methods and practical solution techniques.
Prerequisite: CEE 310 and IE 310.