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Chapter one

1. What are the uses of water?
2. Define wholesome water.
3. What is ‘potable’ water?
4. Write any two objectives of community water supply system.
1. Explain the need for protected water supply.
2. What is meant by whole some warter ? What are the requirements of wholesome water?
chapter two
1. Mention the types of water demand.
2. What are the domestic needs of water?
3. What is the formula used for the firefighting demand?
4. Mention the reasons for losses and wastage of water.
5. What is meant by PER CAPITA DEMAND?
6. Name the different types of seasonal variations.
7. Name the different methods of forecasting methods of population.
8. Name the factors affecting for increase or decrease of population.
1. Explain the various types of water demands.
2. Explain the various factors affecting the per capita demand.
3. Explain any two methods of forecasting the population of town.
4. Population of a town as obtained from the census report is as follows.
(in thousands)




Estimate the population of the town in the year 1981, 1991 & 2001 by
1. Arithmetic increase method
2. Geometrical increase method
3. Incremental increase method


Explain any one of intake structure with neat sketch. 3. 14. 7. 12. Explain the classification of wells. Explain the significance of PH. Define PH. 3. 4. 5. Define spring. 2. Name the different characteristics of water.D. What is shallow well? 5. 6. Name any four chemical characteristics of water. Name any four water borne diseases. List out the different water borne diseases explain the effects of excess fluoride & nitrogen contents. 2. 13. State any four parameters of drinking water quality standard. 2. What is the turbidity? How it is measured? 3. 15. test? 5. Name the tests to be conducted for bacteriological tests. What is precipitation? 11. What is the effect of excess floride in water? 16.N. Chapter four SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS 1. 17. What is the purpose of intake structure? ESSAY TYPE QUESTIONS 1. What are the different types of springs? 8. 10. List out the drinking water standards. What are points should be kept in mind while selecting a site for intake structure? 4. Mention different types of intakes.Explain different characteristics of water. What are the physical characteristics of water? 3. What is the unit for the measurement of turbidity? 4.P. What is permanent hardness of water? 7. What is significance of biological tests? Explain M. . What are effects of excess nitrogen content? 10. 8. What is infiltration gallery? 6. 9.O. Explain the sources of water.chapter three SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS 1. How total solids is determined? 7. Name the dissolved gases in the water. List the sources of water supply. Define B. What is the range of PH value of domestic water supply? ESSAY TYPE QUESTIONS 1. 9. Define hardness of water. Define deep well. 4. Define PH of water. What are the metals present in water? 11. What is temperory hardness of water? 6. what is hydrological cycle? 2. Name the types of wells.

Explain working of rapid sand filter with the help of neat sketch. 2. 3. Explain the backwashing of rapid sand filter. What do you understand by break point chlorination? 6. Define post chlorination. Name any four diseases caused by excess presence of fluoride in water. Define Residual Chlorine. State any two mechanisms involved in filtration. ESSAY TYPE QUESTIONS 1. What is disinfection of water? 12. 8. List out the requirements of good disinfectant. What is meant by dechlorination? 13. What are the differences of slow sand filter and rapid sand filter? 7. 10. What is meant by coagulation? 5. What is negative head in the filtration? 8. . State any four coagulants. 15. 4. What are the advantages of sedimenatation? 3. State the factors that effect sedimentation. 5. 14. What are the points to be considered for locating a treatment plant? 2. Define pre chlorination. 11. State any four methods of disinfection of water. 6. 4. State any two advantages of chlorination. 9. Explain slow sand filter with neat slatch. Explain a) pre-chlorination c) de-chlorination b) post-chlorination c) re-chlorination 9. 7. What are the effects of fluorine? How you remove the fluorine by Nelgonda Technique. Define sedimentation.Chapter five SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS 1.