Water Resources Engineering

Course Description

In this course, Prof. Rajesh Srivastava gives 28 video lectures on Water Resources Engineering. Topics covered in this course are: 

 

- Precipitation, Infiltration and Evapotranspiration: 

         - Forms of precipitation, measurement, depth-area-duration and intensity duration
         - Frequency relations
         - Evaporation: process, measurement, and estimation
         - Infiltration: process, measurement, and estimation
         - Evapotranspiration: measurement and estimation

- Runoff and Hydrographs:
         - Rainfall Runoff correlations, Flow duration curve, Mass curve, Droughts and   floods
         - Factors affecting flow hydrograph, Unit hydrograph, its analysis, and S-curve hydrograph, Synthetic and instantaneous unit hydrographs

- Statistical analysis, Hydrologic Routing: 
         - Risk, reliability, and safety factor, Flood frequency studies, Flood forecasting, Rational method, Time Area curves, Design flood
         - Channel and flood routing

- Groundwater Hydrology:
         - Flow equations: Confined and unconfined flow
         - Well hydraulics: Steady and unsteady flow, Well losses, Specific capacity

- Irrigation Engineering:
         - Water requirement of crops
         - Hydrologic aspects of irrigation system design

- Hydrologic Design: 
         - Design of culverts, detention ponds, storm water drains
         - Economics of Water Resources systems

Water Resources Engineering
Prof. Rajesh Srivastava in Lecture 4.
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siva krishna wrote 5 years ago.
hi
it is very usefull nice matter thanks


manouchehr wrote 6 years ago.
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