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Helpful Definition for: Hydraulic Engineers

Hydraulic engineers, in Bensenville, are civil engineers who are basically concerned with the flow and conveyance of fluids. These professionals are intimately related to the designing of bridges, dams, channels, canals, and levees and to both sanitary and environmental engineering. They develop conceptual designs for the various features that interact with water such as spillways and outlets for dams, culverts for highways, canals and related structures for irrigation projects, and cooling-water facilities for thermal power plants.

Hydraulic engineers, in Bensenville, apply the principles of fluid mechanics to the problems dealing with the collection, storage, control, transport, regulation, measurement and use of water. The hydraulic engineers are concerned with the transport of sediment by the river, the interaction of the water with its alluvial boundary as well as the occurrence of scour and deposition. 

The fundamental principles of hydraulic engineering that these engineers apply in their field of operation are based upon- fluid mechanics, fluid flow, behavior of real fluids, hydrology, pipelines, open channel hydraulics, mechanics behind sediment transport, physical modeling, hydraulic machines, and drainage hydraulics.

The tools used by modern hydraulic engineers in Bensenville are- computer-aided design (CAD) tools and computational fluid dynamics to perform the calculations to accurately predict flow characteristics, global positioning system mapping to locate the best paths for installing a system and laser-based surveying tools to aid in the actual construction of a system.

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