TRA-34 – Economics. Prerequisite: None. Weekly hours: 3-0-0-4. What is Economics. Economic principles. Microeconomics. Consumer's theory: utility function, indifference curves; elasticity; consumer equilibrium. The firm: production functions in the short and long run; firm’s costs: cost function applied to air transportation; profit maximization; returns of scale. Cobb-Douglas function: an application to air transportation. Markets: perfect competition and imperfect competition; economic regulation; competitive models applied to air transportation. Theory of welfare. Macroeconomics: the national accounts. The major economic aggregates: national wealth and income distribution. International trade. Fiscal policy. Interest, prices and inflation. Bibliography: BLANCHARD, O. Macroeconomics. 4. ed. São Paulo: Pearson Prentice-Hall, 2007; HENDERSON, J. M., Quandt, R. E. Microeconomic theory. 3. ed. Thompson Learning, 1992. VARIAN, H. R. Microeconomics: fundamentals. 7. ed. New York: Elsevier, 2006.
TRA-39 – Airports Planning and Design. Prerequisite: none. Weekly hours: 2-1-2-5. Air transport and the airports. Aircraft characteristics. Airport configuration. Analysis of wind. Obstructions in the vicinity of airports. Airport marking, lighting and signing. Airport airside capacity and delay. Geometric design of the airfield. Runway length and aprons. Planning and design of the terminal area. Cargo facilities. Curbside and vehicles parking. Site selection. Assessment and evaluation the impacts of airport construction and operation. Heliports. Airport planning studies. The future of the Brazilian airport industry. Elaboration of an airport project. Bibliography: HORONJEFF, R. et al., Planning and design of airports, 5 ed., New York: McGraw-Hill, 2010; NEUFVILLE, R., and ODONI, A. Airport systems: planning, design and management, McGraw-Hill, 2003.ANAC, Regulamento Brasileiro da Aviação Civil (RBAC 154): Projeto de aeródromos, 2009; KAZDA, A.; CAVES, R. E. Airport design and operation. 2. ed. Oxford: Elsevier, 2009.
TRA-44 – Transportation Planning. Prerequisite: TRA-34, TRA-39. Weekly hours: 2-0-1-3. Market studies of transportation, with emphasis on air transportation: characteristics and importance to the economy, supply chain and logistics. Institutions, public policies and regulation of air transportation: legal and regulatory framework, assessing the impacts of regulatory reforms, the international experience. Tools for analysis of demand and supply for transportation: units of analysis and use of econometric methods for market research purposes. Transportation demand, consumer theory and individual demand, market demand, discrete choice modeling, capacity-constrained and unconstrained demand, demand elasticities. Production and cost formation in transportation: costs in the short and long run. Airport markets: characteristics, catchment area, economic impacts assessment and regulation. Bibliography: OLIVEIRA, A. V. M. Transporteaéreo: economia e políticas públicas. São Paulo: Ed. Pezco, 2009; HOLLOWAY, S. Straight and level: practical airline economics. Aldershot: Ashgate Publ. Lim., 2003; PINDYCK, R., and RUBINFELD, D. Microeconomia. 7. ed. São Paulo: Pearson Education do Brasil, 2010.
TRA-53 – Transportation and Logistics. Prerequisite: none. Weekly hours: 3-0-0-3. Introduction to logistics. Logistics planning. Information systems. Transportation fundamentals. Routing and scheduling. Quantitative methods for inventory control. Facility location and supply chain network planning. Air cargo and airport cargo terminals. Bibliography: BALLOU, R. Business logistics management. 4. ed. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1999; DAGANZO, C. F. Logistics systems analysis. 4. ed. Berlin: Springer, 2005; STEVENSON, W. J. Operations management. 7. ed. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 2002.
TRA-55 – Analysis of Transportation Problems. Prerequisite: MOQ-43, TRA-44. Weekly hours: 0-0-3-3. Presentation of case studies of transportation engineering: discussion, addressing methodological development and presentation of practical solution. Use of quantitative methods with emphasis on operations research, queueing theory and simulation. Bibliography: LARSON, R. C.; ODONI, A. R. Urban, operations research. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1981. MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Logistical and transportation planning methods (16.76J). Disponível em: <http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/civil-and-environmental-engineering/1-203j-logistical-and-transportation-planning-methods-fall-2006>, acesso em 10 out 2011; MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Airline schedule planning (16.77J), disponível em <http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/civil-and-environmental-engineering/1-206j-online-schedule-planning-spring-2003>, acesso em 10 out 2011.
TRA-57 – Airport Operations. Prerequisite: TRA-33. Weekly hours: 0-0-2-3. The airport as an operational system. Airport management models. Airport finance. Airport certification and operations manual. Airport safety and risk management. Noise control. Airport emergencies. Passenger terminal operations. Airport security. Cargo operations. Demand management. Performance management. Bibliography: DE NEUFVILLE, R., and ODONI, A. Airport systems: planning, design and management. 1. ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002; ASHFORD, N., and STANTON, H. P. M. Airport operations. 2. ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1996.
TRA-64 – Air Traffic. Prerequisite: TRA-39. Weekly hours: 2-0-1-3. The Brazilian airspace. Normalization institutions: ICAO; DECEA; ICEA. Air traffic fundamentals: altimetry; vertical and horizontal separation. Cockpit basic instruments. Conventional navaids. Air traffic services. Future air navigation systems: CNS/ATM – communication; navigation; surveillance/air traffic management. Secondary surveillance radar mode “S”. Precision navigation systems. Departure and Approach routes: SID and STAR. Air traffic management: concepts and functions. Navaids: procurement and maintenance costs; installation requirements. Economies derived from the new technologies employed. Sequencing techniques and delays assessment. Bibliography: COMANDO DA AERONÁUTICA. ICA 100-12 regras do ar e serviços de tráfego aéreo, 2009. REVISTA AEROESPAÇO – DECEA, n.º 34, novembro de 2008.
GEO-31 – Engineering Geology. Prerequisite: None. Weekly hours: 2-0-2-3. Cases on airport construction. Technical and scientific context of engineering geology. Earth planet geochronology. Geological dynamic. Minerals. Rocks. Structural elements of Rocks. Genesis of soils: physical and quimical intemperism and the climatic environment. Genetic classes: lateritic, transitional and plyntitic tropical soils; saprolitic, transported and organic soils. Granulometric classes: types, hand-visual identification and mineralogy. Stone lines. Traditional classifications and MCT Classification. Geologic, pedologic and geomorphologic maps. Genetic platform and selection of airport sites. Subsoil investigation. DCP and CBR tests. Technical viability studies. Superficial dynamics. Applications in engineering. Bibliography: LEINZ, V., AMARAL, S. E. Geologia geral. 14. ed. rev. São Paulo: Nacional, 2001. MACIEL FILHO, C. L. Introdução à geologia de engenharia. 2. ed. Santa Maria: UFSM, 1997. OLIVEIRA, A. M. S., BRITO, S. N. A. (Ed.) Geologia de engenharia. São Paulo: ABGE, 1998 .
GEO-36 – Geotechnical Engineering I. Prerequisite: GEO-31. Weekly hours: 3-0-2-3.Introduction. Grain-size distribution. Index Properties. Plasticity. Relative density of sands and consistency of clays. Soil classification. Compaction. Proctor Tests. Field compaction. Compaction control. Earthwork behavior. Resilience. Hydraulic conductivity and seepage in porous media. Permeameters. Flow nets. Anisotropy. Seepage force. Filters. Protection and control in dams. Effective stress principle. Geostatic stress state. Stresses induced by applied loads. Stress paths. Extraction and preparation of samples. Consolidation. Consolidation test. Compressibility and settlement calculations. Time rate of consolidation. Radial consolidation. Acceleration of consolidation. Treatment of soft soils. Bibliography: LAMBE, T. W., and WHITMAN, R. V. Soil mechanics. New York: John Wiley, 1979; DAS, B. M., Fundamentos de engenharia geotécnica, São Paulo: Cengage, 2010.
GEO-45 – Geotechnical Engineering II. Prerequisite: GEO-36. Weekly hours: 4-0-1-3. Soil strength and deformability under shearing stresses. Introduction to critical state models. Field and laboratory soil testing: properties and correlations. Limit analysis and limit equilibrium analysis. Geotechnical design: soil and rock slope stability, open and supported excavations, soil reinforcement. Design with geosynthetics: design and reduction factors. Finite element method in geotechnics. Instrumentation and performance of geotechnical constructions. Soil and groundwater contamination. Solid waste disposal. Bibliography: SHARMA, H. D., and REDDY, K. R. Geoenvironmental engineering: site remediation, waste containment, and emerging waste management technologies. New York: John Wiley, 2004; LAMBE, T. W., and WHITMAN, R. V. Soil mechanics. New York: John Wiley, 1979; WOOD, D. M. Soil behaviour and critical state soil mechanics. Cambridge: University Press, 1996.
GEO-46 – Pavement Design. Prerequisite: GEO-45. Weekly hours: 2-0-1-2. General concepts. Pavement structure components. Pavement performance. Principles of pavement mechanics. Performance assessment models. Aspects to be considered in design. Structural design of pavements: airport, highways, urban roads and port pavement (asphalt and Portland cement concrete). Material specifications. Asphalt mixture design. Economic analysis for several alternatives. Railway track design. Bibliography: FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION. AC 150/5320-6D: Airport pavement design and evaluation. Washington, DC, 1996; RODRIGUES, R. M. Engenharia de pavimentos. São José dos Campos: ITA, 2001.
GEO-47 – Geomatics. Prerequisite: None. Weekly hours: 2-0-2-3. Surveying: definitions, measuring methods for distances and angles, field equipment, surveying utilizing polygonal, leveling. Geodesy. Cartographic projections. UTM coordinate system. Global Positioning System (GPS). Introduction to geospatial: concepts, geo-object and geo-field, vector and raster data, digital terrain modeling, geospatial analysis. Remote sensing: concepts, resolution, brightness and contrast, linear filtering, classification and segmentation, registry. Bibliography: MCCORMAC, J. C. Topografia. 5a ed. Rio de Janeiro: LCT, 2007; BURROUGH, P. A., and MCDONELL, R. Principles of geographical information systems. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998; CÂMARA, G. et al. Introdução à ciência da geoinformação. 2a ed. São José dos Campos: INPE, 2001.
GEO-51 – Pavement Management. Prerequisite: GEO-46. Weekly hours: 2-0-1-2. Infra-structure management systems. Activities involved in the management of pavements. Pavement maintenance techniques (conservation and restoration). Functional and structural evaluation. CAN-PCN Method (Aircraft/Pavement Classification Number) of ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization). Analysis of the consequences of strategies, alternatives and optimization of resource allocation. Pavement restoration design (asphalt and Portland cement concrete). Bibliography: RODRIGUES, R. M. Engenharia de pavimentos. São José dos Campos: ITA, 2001; SHAHIN, M. Y. Pavement management for airports, roads and parking lots. New York: Chapman and Hall, 1994.
GEO-53 – Foundations Engineering. Prerequisite: GEO-45. Weekly hours: 2-0-1-3. Factors to be considered and methodology of foundations design. Subsoil investigation. Types of foundations and constructive aspects. Bearing capacity and settlement calculation for shallow and deep foundations. Shallow foundation design. Deep foundation design. Geometric design of foundations elements. Deterministic and probabilistic design. Foundations strengthening. Bibliography: HACHICH, W. et al. Fundações: teoria e prática. São Paulo: Pini, 1996; SCHNAID, F. Ensaios de campo e suasaplicações à engenharia de fundações. São Paulo: Oficina de Textos, 2000; TOMLINSON, M. J., and BOORMAN, I. R. Foundation design and construction. 7ª ed. London: Longman Group, 2001.
GEO-55 – Runway Design and Construction. Prerequisite: GEO-47. Weekly hours: 2-0-2-3. Geometric design of highways: technical characteristics, horizontal circular curves, spiral curve transitions, compound curves, superelevation, widening, vertical curves, combinations of horizontal and vertical alignments. Earthwork: axis selection and drawing of profiles and cross-sections, volume calculations, fill and cut balancing, mass diagrams, transport moments, equipments, productivity, machinery dimensioning, equipment hourly costs, service unit costs and chronogram. Bibliography: Senço, W. Manual de técnicas de projetos rodoviários, São Paulo: Pini, 2008. Pontes Filho, G. Estradas de rodagem: projetogeométrico. São Carlos, 1998; DNER. Manual de projetogeométrico de rodoviasrurais. Rio de Janeiro, 1999; RICARDO, H. S., e CATALANI, G. Manual prático de escavação. 3a ed. São Paulo: Pini, 2007.
Structures and Buildings
EDI-31 – Structural Analysis I. Prerequisite: EST-10. Weekly hours: 3-0-1-5. Fundamental concepts. Euler-Bernoulli and Timoshenko beam theories including nonuniform torsion. Statically determinate and indeterminate structures: beams, frames, grids and trusses. Calculus of variations. Principle of virtual displacements and some related theorems. Force method. Bibliography: Allen, D. H., and Haisler, W. E., Introduction to aerospace structural analysis, John Wiley, New York, 1985; Wunderlich, W., and Pilkey, W. D., Mechanics of structures: variational and computational methods, 2. ed., CRC Press, Boca Raton, 2002.
EDI-32 – Structural Analysis II. Prerequisite: EDI-31. Weekly hours: 3-0-1-5.Stability of structure equilibrium: critical load - bifurcation and limit points; imperfection sensitivity; inelastic buckling. Weighted residual and Rayleigh-Ritz methods. Finite element method. Kichhoff theory of plates. Bibliography: Chajes, A., Principle of structural stability theory, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, 1974; Reddy, J. N., An introduction to the finite element method, 3. ed., McGraw-Hill, New York, 2006; Reddy, J. N., Theory and analysis of elastic plates and shells, 2. ed., Taylor and Francis, Philadelphia, 2007.
EDI-33 – Construction Materials and Construction Processes. Prerequisite: QUI-27. Weekly hours: 4-0-2-5. Normatization. Performance and durability. Dose-response functions, Service life, Life cicle. Aggregates, aglomerants (cements and others), Concretes and mortars: definitions, types, classification, manufacture, properties, test methods, uses and related construction processes. Polymers, paints, varnishes, glasses, woods, ceramic and bituminous materials, steel (reinforcement) to reinforced and prestressed concrete, structural steel and other metals for building construction. Bibliography: ISAIA, G. C. (ed.). Concreto: ensino, pesquisa e realizações. IBRACON, São Paulo, 2005; MEHTA, P. K., e MONTEIRO, P. J. M. Concreto: estrutura, propriedades e materiais. PINI, São Paulo, 1994; NEVILLE, A. M. Propriedades do concreto, Pini, São Paulo, 1982.
EDI-35 – General Electric Systems. Prerequisite: FIS-32. Weekly hours: 2-0-2-3. Single-phase electric circuits: phasors, impedance, power, voltage drop, three-wire single-phase distribution. Three-phase electrical circuits: wye diagram, delta diagram, power and voltage drops. Magnetic circuits: magnetic charge, hysteresis and eddy current losses. Electric transformers: construction, basic principles, equivalent circuit, autotransformers, bank of transformers and three-phase transformers. DC machinery: construction, principle of operation, combination and spin curves. Universal motor. Asynchronous machinery: construction, principle of operation, torque curve, starting devices and single-phase induction motors. Bibliography: ELLISON, A. J. Conversão eletromecânica de energia. São Paulo: Polígono, 1972; FITZGERALD, A. E. et al. Máquinas elétricas. 6. ed. São Paulo: Bookman, 2006; ORSINI, L. Q. Curso de circuitoselétricos. São Paulo: Edgard Blücher, 2002.
EDI-36 – Electrical infrastructure. Prerequisite: EDI-35. Weekly hours: 2-0-1-3. General information on electricity generation, transmission and distribution. Electricity generation types. Usual circuit diagrams. Building electrical infrastructure: materials, load estimation, design, circuit control and safety, grounding, signaling and communication systems, telephone pipelines and wiring diagrams. Illumination: materials, indoor and outdoor lighting. Industrial electrical infrastructure: materials; circuit design; motor, transformer and circuit control and protection; power factor correction; building lightning arrester; grounding and electrical diagrams. Airport runways lighting systems. Bibliography: ASSOCIAÇÃO BRASILEIRA DE NORMAS TÉCNICAS. NBR-5410: instalações elétricas de baixatensão. São Paulo, 2004; COTRIM, A. A. M. B. Instalações elétricas. São Paulo: Makron Books, 2003; NISKIER, J. E., e MACINTYRE, A. J. Instalações elétricas. Rio de Janeiro: LTC, 2000.
EDI-38 – Structural Concrete I. Prerequisite: EDI-31, EDI-33. Weekly hours: 4-0-1-5. Limit states: concepts, hypotheses, safety, failure criteria, constitutive behavior - steel and concrete. Bending: tensile and compressive reinforcement. Compression and bending: symmetric and asymmetric reinforcement. Compression and biaxial bending: general and simplified studies. Instability ultimate limit state: concepts, finite differences and model column methods. Bibliography: SANTOS, L. M. Cálculo de concreto armado. São Paulo: LMS, 1983; MENDES NETO, F. Concreto estrutural I. São José dos Campos: ITA, 2010; MENDES NETO, F. Concreto estrutural avançado: análise de seções transversais sob flexão normal composta. São Paulo: Pini, 2009.
EDI-46 – Steel Structures. Prerequisite: EDI-32, EDI-49. Weekly hours: 3-0-1-2. Introduction to structural steel design. Specifications, loads and methods of design. Design of tension members. Design of axially compressed members. Bolted connections.Welded connections. Design of beams for moments. Design of beams for shear. Strength of members subject to combined flexure and axial tension/compression. Composite beams. Bibliography: ASSOCIAÇÃO BRASILEIRA DE NORMAS TECNICAS. NBR-8800: Projeto de estruturas de aço e de estruturas mistas de aço e concreto de edifícios. Rio de Janeiro, 2008; MC CORMAC, J. C., and NELSON, J. K. Structural steel design: LRFD method. Upper Saddle-River: Prentice-Hall, 2002; SALMON, C., and JOHNSON, J. Steel structures: design and behavior, London: Prentice Hall, 1997.
EDI-48 – Building Management and Planning. Prerequisite: EDI-49. Weekly hours: 2-0-1-5. Construction standardization. Projects: types, management, PERT-CPM (Project Evaluation Review Technique – Critical Path Method), building control and administration, computational tools. Preliminary works: building site – organization, planning and implementation. Planning: sequence of works and execution, computational tools. Management: organization, design teams and work sequence. Not-conventional building processes. Costs: types, physical and financial schedule, free computational tools. Thermal and acoustic comfort concepts. Sustentability. Bibliography: Cimino, R. Planejarparaconstruir, São Paulo: Pini, 1987; Varalla, R., Planejamento e controle de obras, São Paulo: CTE, 2004; PINI (ed.), TCPO - Tabelas de composições de preçosparaorçamentos, 12. ed., São Paulo: Pini, 2004.
EDI-49 – Structural Concrete II. Prerequisite: EDI-38. Weekly hours: 3-0-2-5. Prestressed concrete: structural behavior, prestressed reinforcement, elastic analysis and design, longitudinal reinforcement profile, ultimate limit state cross section analysis, prestress losses. Project: structure models, loads, structural elements design and detailing; shear; pratical beam-column design: global stability, eccentricities, simplified criteria for short and moderately slender elements; foundations. Bibliography: ASSOCIAÇÃO BRASILEIRA DE NORMAS TECNICAS. NBR-6118: projeto de estruturas de concreto. São Paulo, 2007; NAAMAN, A. E. Prestressed concrete analysis and design: fundamentals. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1982; FUSCO, P. B. Estruturas de concreto – solicitações tangenciais. São Paulo: Pini, 2008.
EDI-61 – Contemporary Architecture. Prerequisite: EDI-64. Weekly hours: 1-0-2-4. The aesthetics relations of contemporary architecture and urban design with buildings and urban infrastructure systems. Design exercises and testing of alternative systems for stability and integrated operations of the city and buildings. Bibliography: none.
EDI-64 – Architecture and Urbanism. Prerequisite:none.Weekly hours: 2-0-1-3. Architecture and urban planning considered as instruments to organize and promote the adequacy of spaces for human activities. The Modern Art Movement influences on the architectural and urban projects. Bioclimatic architecture: design decisions and environmental impacts on the scales of building and urban space, particularly in airport areas. Basic drawing elements in projects: plans, drawings, sections, facades, details and schedules. Basic legal instruments for regulating and controlling the occupation of land use. Graphing: instrumental and conventional application of information technology in the development and representation projects. Bibliography: RYKWERT, J. A sedução do lugar. Coleçãp A. São Paulo: Editora Martins Fontes, 2004; FROTA, A., e SHIFFER, S. R. Manual de confortotérmico, São Paulo: Studio Nobel, 1995; MASCARO, L. Luz, clima e arquitetura, São Paulo: Studio Nobel, 1990.
EDI-65 – Highway Bridges. Prerequisite: EDI-46, EDI-49. Weekly hours: 2-0-2-3. Specifications and loading. Design of reinforced and prestressed concrete bridges with simple span. Bibliography: Pfeil, W., Pontesemconcreto armado: elementos de projetos, solicitações, dimensionamento. Rio de Janeiro: Livros Técnicos e Científicos Editora, 1979; Mason, J., Pontesemconcreto armado e protendido, Rio de Janeiro: Livros Técnicos e Científicos Editora, 1977.
Water Resources and Environmental Sanitation
HID-31 – Transport Phenomena. Prerequisite: MEB-01. Weekly hours: 5-0-1-5. Power and refrigeration cycles. Mixtures of gases. Fundamental concepts and general properties of fluids, Newton’s viscosity law, viscous drag. Scalar, vector and tensor fields, field and surface forces. Fluid statics. Fundamentals of flow analysis: Euler and Lagrange representation, basic laws for systems and control volumes; mass, moment and angular moment conservation – applications in the study of flow machines (propeller, gas turbine and rocket thrusts); Bernoulli equation and its extension to three dimensional flow. Introduction to incompressible viscous flow, Navier-Stokes equation. Elements of dimensional analysis and similitude, Buckingham’s pi theorem, nondimensional groups, common nondimensional parameters and their significance, practical applications. Experimental methods in fluid mechanics. Fundamental concepts and laws in heat transfer. Heat transfer by conduction, convection and radiation. Mass transfer. Bibliography: BIRD, R. B., STEWART, W. E., and LIGHTFOOT, E. N. Transport phenomena. 2nd ed. New York: John Wiley, 2000; BORGNAKKE, C., and SONNTAG, R. E. Fundamentals of thermodynamics. 7th ed. New York: John Wiley, 2008; BEJAN, A. Heat transfer. New York: John Wiley, 1993.
HID-32 – Hydraulic. Prerequisite: HID-31. Weekly hours: 3-0-1-3. Closed conduit flows: distributed head loss and losses due to transitions and fittings, Darcy-Weisbach formula, empirical equations, design charts, hydraulic accessories. Pipe systems. Pumping systems: hydraulic pumps, performance curves, selection, assembly, low cost diameter, cavitation. Water hammer: pressure wave propagation and control devices. Open channel flow: Chèzi equation, empirical equations, sub and supercritical flow. Specific energy. Hydraulic jump and backwater curve. Orifices, nozzles and short pipes. Weirs. Discharge measurement: closed conduit and open channel flow. Bibliography: PORTO, R. M. Hidráulica básica. 4. ed. São Carlos: EESC-USP, 2006. AZEVEDO NETTO, J. M., e ALVAREZ, G. A. Manual de hidráulica. 8. ed. São Paulo: Edgard Blücher, 1998.
HID-41 – Hydrology and Drainage - Prerequisite: HID-32. Weekly hours: 4-0-1-3. Hydrologic cycle. Watershed characteristics. Rainfall, infiltration, evaporation, evapotranspiration, subsurface flow and groundwater flow. Hydrologic statistics and extreme value distributions. Climate changes. Surface flow: floods estimation, channels characteristics and flood forecasting. Frequency analysis. Hydrologic measurement. Surface drainage: components of the minor and major drainage and design parameters. Structural and non-structural measures to prevent floods. Acquaplannig in highways and in airfields. Subsurface drainage: flood control facilities, alternatives to lower the water table, well systems, infiltration trenches, subsurface line drains, intercepting drains, and criteria for dimensioning backfill materials and filters. Airport and urban drainage systems design projects. Bibliography: TUCCI, C. E. M. Hidrologia: ciência e aplicação. São Paulo: EDUSP, 1995; TUCCI, C. E. M., PORTO, R. L. L., e BARROS, M. T. Drenagemurbana. Porto Alegre: ABRH – Ed. da Universidade - UFRGS, 1995; CHOW, V. T. Applied hydrology. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1988.
HID-43 – Hydraulic-Sanitary Installations. Prerequisite: HID-32. Weekly hours: 3-0-1-3. Project compatibility. Hydraulic-Sanitary installations design: cold and hot water, sewer, fire, rainfall water, and gas. Materials used in these installations. Air conditioner: finality, thermal load, conditioning systems, equipment, air distribution, auxiliary equipment, pipes, cooling tower, control and automation systems. Notion of bioclimatic buildings. Water rational use and conservation in buildings. Bibliography: KUEHN, T. H., RAMSEY, J. W., and THRELKELD, J. L. Thermal environmental engineering. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1998; MACINTYRE, A. J. Instalações hidráulicas prediais e industriais. 4. ed. Rio de Janeiro: LCT, 2010. BOTELHO, M. H. C., RIBEIRO JR., G. A. Instalações Hidráulicas Prediais: Usando Tubos de PVC e PPR. 2. ed. São Paulo: Edgard Blücher, 2006.
HID-44 – Sanitation. Prerequisite: HID-41. Weekly hours: 4-0-2-4. Water supply system: sanitation aspects, design period, population projections, fees, raw water intake, raw water pump station, raw water line, water treatment (conventional treatment: coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation, filtration, disinfection, fluoridation and water stability), storage, distribution. Water supply system design. Sewer system: sanitation aspects, collectors, interceptors, emissaries, pump stations, anaerobic and aerobic treatment processes, and disposal. Sewer and wastewater systems design. Airport and urban solid wastes: treatment and disposal. Bibliography: DI BERNARDO, L., e DANTAS, A. D. B. Métodos e técnicas de tratamento de água. 2. ed. v. 1-2, São Carlos: RIMA, 2005; TSUTIYA, M. T., e ALEM SOBRINHO, P. Coleta e transporte de esgotosanitário. 2. ed. São Paulo: Departamento de Engenharia Hidráulica e Sanitária da Escola Politécnica da Universidade de São Paulo, 2000; TSUTIYA, M. T. Abastecimento de água. 2. ed. São Paulo: Departamento de Engenharia Hidráulica e Sanitária da Escola Politécnica da Universidade de São Paulo, 2005.
HID-51 – Environmental Analysis of Infrastructure Projects. Prerequisite: none. Weekly hours: 0-0-1-2. Environmental legislation. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA): methodology, impact studies and environmental impact report. Environmental risk management. Strategic environmental assessment. Economic analysis of environmental externalities from infrastructure projects. Problem based learning and case studies. Bibliography: BRAGA, B. et al. Introdução à engenharia ambiental. 2. ed. São Paulo: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005; FOGLIATI, M. C. et al. Avaliação de impactos ambientais: aplicação aos sistemas de transporte. Rio de Janeiro: Editora Interciência, 2004; SERÔA DA MOTTA, R. Manualpara valoração econômica de recursos ambientais. Brasília: MMA, 1998.
CIV-XX – Colloquium on Engineering. Prerequisite: none. Weekly hours: 0-0-1-0. Scientific methodology. Drafting of technical and scientific texts. Drafting academic texts: Standards and computer programs. Oral presentations. Preparation and presentation of seminars. Lectures on technical topics of interest to Civil-Aeronautics Engineering. Discussion on: curriculum, course structure and course coordination. Debates on opportunities of internship and basic scientific research grants and on graduate education. Bibliography: None. Note (Note 8): Grade assessments use a Satisfactory or Not Satisfactory (S/NS) concept.
HUM-20 – Notions of Law. Prerequisite: none. Weekly Hours: 3-0-0-3. Concept of law. Sources of law. Branches of law. Facts and legal acts. Validity and invalidity of legal acts. Prescription and decay. Notions of constitutional, civil, administrative and labour law. Notions of security work. Regulation of the engineer profession. Bibliography: BRASIL. Constituição da República Federativa do Brasil. Rio de Janeiro: FAE, 1989; COTRIM, G. Direito e legislação. São Paulo: Saraiva, 1989; FRANÇA, R. L. Instituições de direitocivil. São Paulo: Saraiva, 1988; MEIRELLES, H. L. Direitoadministrativobrasileiro.São Paulo: Malheiros Editores, 1995; NASCIMENTO, A. M. Iniciação ao direito do trabalho. São Paulo: LTR, 1988; PONTES, V. Programa de instituições de direitoprivado, civil e comercial. São Paulo: José Bushatsky, 1974.
MOG-61 Engineering Management. Prerequisite: none. Weekly hours: 3-0-0-4. Introduction to administration: managers and organizations; administration evolution; external environment; decision process; strategical planning; ethics and corporate responsibility; international management; organizational structures; agile organization; human resources management; diversity management; leadership; management control. Entrepreneurship: introduction; entrepreneur process; opportunity identification; business plan; market analysis; strategical analysis; product and service; market and competition; marketing and selling; financial analysis; company structure; support to small technology-based businesses. Bibliography: BATEMAN, T. S., and SNELL, S. A. Administração: construindo vantagem competitiva. São Paulo: Atlas 1998; BABCOCK, D. L. Managing engineering and technology. USA: Prentice Hall, 1991. DRUCKER, P. F. Innovation and Entrepreneurship. USA: Harper Perennial, 1985.
MOQ-43 Introduction to Operations Research. Prerequisite: none. Weekly hours: 3-0-0-4. Linear programming: formulation, geometry of linear programming, simplex method. Sensitivity analysis. Duality theory and post-optimal analysis. Transportation, assignment and transshipment problems. Network models. Integer programming models. Goal programming. Introduction to nonlinear optimization. Bibliography: TAHA, H. A. Operations research - an introduction. 8th. edition, Pearson (Prentice Hall), 2007; WINSTON, W. L. Operations research. 4th.edition. Brooks/Cole (Thomson), 2004; HILLIER, F. S., and LIEBERMAN, G. J. Introduction to operations research, McGraw Hill, 2000.