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M.E ( Water Resources Engineering & GIS)
Course Code Course Title I-SEMESTER Teaching Duratio Hours per n of week Exam (Hrs.) Theory Lab 4 4 4 4 -20+3=23 Course Title II-SEMESTER Teaching Duration Hours per of Exam week (Hrs.) Theory Lab 4 4 4 ---3 3 3 ----3 3 3 3 3 -Marks External 70 70 70 70 50 330 Session al 30 30 30 30 50 170 Total Marks 100 100 100 100 100 500 Marks External 70 70 70 Sessional 30 30 30 Total Marks 100 100 100 5 4 -3 70 30 100 4 -3 16+3=19 -330 170 500 50 50 100 3 20 Credits 4 4 Credits 5 4 4 5 3 21
WRE 1.1 WRE 1.2 WRE 1.3 WRE 1.4 WRE 1.5 Total Course Code
Computational Hydraulics Channel & Fluvial Hydraulics Applied Hydrology Hydraulic Structures & Materials Computational Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
WRE 2.1 WRE 2.2 WRE 2.3
WRE 2.5 Total
Water Quality Modelling Watershed Behaviour and its conservation Remote Sensing & GIS Applications for Water Resources Engineering Planning, Management & Economics of Water Resource Projects Hydraulics & Environmental Engg. Lab
4 WRE 3.1 .) Theory Lab 4 4 4 ----3 3 3 3 Marks External 70 70 70 Sessional 30 30 30 Total Marks 100 100 100 Credits 4 4 4 WRE 3.A WRE 3.6 Total Elective I Urban Storm Water Drainage Environmental Impacr Assessment of Water Resource Projects GIS Laboratory Elective II Thesis/ Dissertation -3 4 --3 20+4=24 50 70 -300 50 30 -200 100 100 -500 3 4 -10 IV-SEMESTER WRE 4.1 -B WRE 3.1 -C Hydroinformatics Flood Forecasting Subsurface Investigations WRE 3.5 WRE 3.2 WRE 3.5-C Conjunctive Water Resources Planning Ground Water Flow and Contaminant Transport Irrigation Water Systems and Management .5-A WRE 3.3 WRE 3.5-B WRE 3.1 Thesis/Dissertation GRAND TOTAL Credits:25 1500 80 LIST OF ELECTIVES WRE 3.1 WRE 3.Course Code Course Title III-SEMESTER Teaching Duration Hours per of Exam week (Hrs.
conditional operator statement. While loop. . Decision making and branching. Statistical Methods in Hydraulics: Importance of statistical and Probability Analysis. If statements. Probability and Statistical Distributions for Discrete Random variables and Continuous Random Variables.. Operators and expressions. Balaguru Samy. Nai Sarak. assignment operators. Frequency. R. Arrays. P.discrete probability distributions – contionuous . McGH Publishers. Handbook of Applied Hydrology. Statistical Homogenity –Time homogeneity and Space homogeneity. of Periods per week: WRE 1. Ven Te Chow Handbook of Applied Hydrology. Managing input and output operations. Arthimatic operators. Dr. Roorkee. Reference books: 1. Marks: Duration of Univ. ( Water Resources Engineering & GIS) WREGIS – Four Semester Course No. Structures and unions.1 COMPUTATIONAL HYDRAULICS 4L + 0T Internal Marks: Univ. Probability and Distributions – Basic definintions of probability – random variable. Text books: 1. Engineering Hydrology. increments and decrements operators. User defined functions. Various built in string functions. Exam: PART – A 30 70 3 Hrs. PART – B Introduction to programming language C: Overview of C language. New Delhi. Theoretical Justifications. Grewal. Nem Chand & Bros. Statistical moments. 2. Exam. logical operators. file handling function sequential files. Programming in ANSI C.S. for loop. Statistical variables. Dr. all kinds of functions.E.single dimensional arrays. 2. Files. Devision making and looping. Khanna Publishers. Stochastic Hydrology.CIVIL ENGINEERING M. Statistical Parameters –Measures of Central Tendancy. random access files. Varshney. Pointers and pointer operators. 3. 4. contracts. McGH Publishers. Programming with C. Exponential Distribution and Logextremal Distribution. special operators. Relational operators. bitwise operators. B. Lognormal Distribution. Laxmi Publications. Delhi. Measures of variability and measures of Skewness. variables and data types.distribution functions – expectation – repeated traits – binomial distribution – Poisson distribution – Normal distribution. switch statement. Reliability Analysis-Sampling Reliability and Prediction of Reliability. 3. Handling character string functions. Ven Te Chow. nested loops. Vimala and Venugopal. Do loop.Type-I Extremal Distribution. E.S. Jayarami Reddy. Correlation and Rank correlation – Linear Regression – Multiple linear Regression – Curvilinear Regression. conditional operators. Higher Engineering Mathematics.
. frequency plotting. Consumptive use. Exam: 30 70 3 Hrs. Tokyo. anisotropic aquifers.. hydraulic conductivity. Bed Forms & Field Measurements. water balance.T. of Periods per week: WRE 1. rain gauge network. K. Exam: 30 70 3 Hrs. Horton's and Philiph's equations. Groundwater Hydrology: Occurrence of groundwater. Infiltration . evapo-traspiration potential. Frequency analysis – normal and lognormal distributions. No. aerodynamic methods. the hydrologic model on a watershed scale. depth. types of aquifers. derivation. “Hydrology for Engineering”. area and duration. and atmospheric circulation.K and others. Chow. 1959. Transient Gradually-Varied Flow. types and distribution. surface runoff. Marks: Duration of Univ. Critical flow and Computation of Critical Depth. Review of Fundamentals of Hydraulics-Continuity Equation. unit hydro-graph theory. Mc Graw Hill. Green-Ampt method. Measurement. TEXT BOOKS AND REFERENCE BOOKS: Subramanya. Introduction: Hydrologic Cycle . Ponding time. Flow in Open Channels.the global phenomenon. Groundwater movement. Linsely R. K. Application of GIS for hydrological studies (introduction only) TEXT BOOKS: 1. Classification of GVF Profiles. Mean rainfall – isohyetal and trend surface methods.G. water requirement of crops. confidence limits and comparison of averages. Presentation and processing of data – Consistency and missing data.Muskingum Method.K. “Engineering Hydrology”. Kinematic Wave Theory. R. Marks: Duration of Univ. Introduction to Open Channel Flows. surface runoff and infiltration indices. 2.Basic Features. Precipitation: Earth's revolution.V. Specific Energy-Depth Relationship. Garde . storage coefficient.. Rangaraju. S-curve and applications. McGraw Hill. 1949 . Bed Load. Open Channel Hydraulics.rates.. 1986. Subsurface Water: Unsaturated flow. and others. Flood routing Through Channels. 1952. Darcy’s law. climate classification.3 4L + 0T APPLIED HYDROLOGY Internal Marks: Univ. Bernoullis Equaion and Impulse –Momentum Equation. McGraw Hill. Mechanics of Sediment Transport and Alluvial Stream Problems. soil water balance and climate.. and Rangaraju. Hydraulic Jump. variable source area theory – subsurface flow – flow through matrix and pipes. new concepts. zone of aeration. of Periods per week: WRE 1. Linsely R. capacity.Governing Differential Equation.G. Catchment response. Formulation. flow recession. Stream flow components hydrographs and separation.Honton’s flow. goodness of fit.No. Incipient Condition. seasons. Flow through Open Channels. permeability. History and scope of Hydrology. zone of saturation. Exam. Exam. moisture flux. Runoff Hydrology: Wateshed processes. Evaporation: Methods of calculation – energy balance. K.2 CHANNEL & FLUVIAL HYDRAULICS 4L + 0T Internal Marks: Univ.. travel time.J. Computation of Profiles. groundwater flow direction. Uniform Flow and computation of Normal Depth. Vertical distribution of groundwater. Tata Mc Graw Hill. Steady State Gradually-Varied Flow. Suspended Load.Saint Venant Equations. factors influencing run off. Fluvial Hydraulics. water resources and availability.
(ed. Harper. Syal and R.. Hydropower Structures: (A) Intake Structures.D. Chetty. 1977 WRE 1. 1998. 1986 3. 3.C. and Row 2. and others. Special Concretes Strength of Concrete. Subramanya K. Hann C.) “Hand book of Hydrology”.. Analysis and Design of Gravity Dams. 1989 5. Marks: Duration of Univ. Design principles and construction practices of Earthen dams. Concrete Mix Design. 4. Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures . Fresh Concretes. K.T. “ Applied Hydrology”. of Periods per week: L + 3P Internal Marks: 50 Univ. “Statistical methods in Hydrology”. “Applied Hydrology”.Types of C.. McGraw Hill.C. Garg. Developing and executing programmes using C-language for the following problems related to fluid mechanics: 1. Design Principles of Storage Works: Recapitulation of Planning. Mutreja. “Engineering Hydrology”. Cross Drainage Works. Materials: (A) Cements.N. Exam. Analysis and Design of Structural Elements. S.5 COMPUTATIONAL FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY No.Works. (C) Penstocks (D) Surge Tanks Miscellaneous Hydraulic structures: (A) Water supply works. Punmia. and others. (C) Clarifloculator and (D) R. Pipe friction computations. Concrete Technology Theory and Practice. 1988 4.C. Exam: 3 Hrs. Tata McGraw Hill.Works and choice of the type. P. M. Exam: 30 70 3 Hrs.. A. Tata McGraw Hill. (B) Geotextiles and Fibre reinforced plastics. Water storage tanks and sumps.3. Recapitulation of Design principles of weirs on permeable foundations. Design of C. Hydro Power Structures. Irrigation & Water power Engg.D. Marks: 50 Duration of Univ. Design of Non overflow and overflow sections based on multiple step method.. (B) Infiltration Wells. of Periods per week: 4L + 0T Internal Marks: Univ. B.K. . Ramamrutham. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Head Regulators and Cross Regulators-Hydraulic Design of Regulators. Ummat. S. Behaviour.K. “Introduction to Hydrology”. by I. Weissman (J) W.W.4 HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES & MATERIALS No. Press. Hardened Concrete.T. 2.. Dayaratnam . Chow V. Aggregates. McGraw Hill. 2. Chow V.S. WRE 1. Exam.. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. TEXT BOOKS: 1. (B) Trash Racks.Irrigation Engg & Hydraulic Structures Varshney. Admixtures and Chemicals. Pipe network analysis using Hardy. 5. Regulators -Functions of Regulators.E.Cross method. Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures 2.T.C.
Process and Classification. Water Quality Modelling By Steven. 10. . 7. Runge-Kutta method. metals. USA). 1997 Odum. Jorgensen. 7. 1983. H. Harper & Row. analog models. Elsevier Scientific Pub.. Water Quality Parameters: Concepts & Analysis Impurities and water quality characterisation. Thomann. A.. (Muskingum method) Water Hammer Analysis No. digital computer models.).. 5.L. J..3. Steady state conditions. Gradually varied flow problems. Flood routing. E&FNSPON (Imprint of Chapman & Hall.V. 1992. S.. 3rd Ed. C. Time variable conditions.(oxygen sag. WHO. 5. Part A & B. electrical analogy models.plug flow & mixed flow systems. 1978.Chapra. Uses of water. Exam: 30 70 3 Hrs. Water quality legislation and management Water quality criteria and standards. Hydraulic jump computations. Modelling and Practical rules. McGH. flow equations. 12. Water quality assessments". Unit hydrograph computations.1 4L + 0T WATER QUALITY MODELLING Internal Marks: Univ. Sawyer.E..E. porous media models. Movement of pollutants in aquatic environment. S. Water quality issues. Components of environment and their interaction. McGraw Hill. James. on behalf of UNESCO.. Mathematical Models in Water Pollution Control. 9. Analytical estimation.Fide’s first law. Marks: Duration of Univ. of Periods per week: WRE 2. Groundwater modeling techniques. 4. randomwalk and spill models. Application of Ecological Modelling in Environmental Management. 11. Groundwater Pollutions : Theory. P. John Wiely. R.Mass balance and steady state equation/ solutions. (Ed. Introduction to Environment Overview. Chapman. 2nd Ed.modeling ph. John Wiley & Sons.Streeter-Phelps equation and modeling of chemical parameters. Elsevier Scientific Pub. 2. & Mweller. DO saturation. Manobam. Co. 8. 1987.N.. Transport and varaiation of dissolved oxygen. Modeling Concept. Groundwater Hydrology. Fried. 13.C.J... National and International perspective. Chemistry for environmental engg. David Keith Todd. 4. 1975. 1975. Surface and groundwater quality management TEXT-BOOKS: 1. Principles of Surface Water Quality Modelling & Control. Oxford & IBH.Pub. Fundamentals of ecology. Ideal gas law. Lewis Pub. Exam... 3. Incompletely Mixed Systems – Diffusion. Transport and transformation processes in surface and groundwater systems. Methodology. D. Euler’s method. UNEP. toxics. 6. Environmental science & technology. Chemical and Biological parameters. Surface water quality modeling: Completely mixed systems . 1987. BOD.. water quality modeling. 6. & McCarty. saturated and unsaturated flow.plug flow. Groundwater quality modeling: Dispersion. Physical..T. BOD model). Henry’s law. Co.
objectives and priorities. James.. 1970. Regional studies Soil erosion – problem. their origin and classification. Examples and critical reviews.K.. and Heady E. and Barnes.W. Economics of Water Resources Planning 12. 1976. Mc Graw Hill.O. Princeton. Marks: 70 . T. conservation.A. Princeton University Press.F. Exam. New York.B. 5.D. New York. More Water for Arid Lands – Promising Techniques and Research opportunities – National Academy of Sciences.A. and Strahler A. 4. quasi. and control measures in agricultural and non-agricultural land. Inventory techniques for precipitation runoff. 1978.M. a simple physically based model. R. land capability and suitability surveys.. G. 11. Hall. Land capability rating. 3. Hydrology and Management of Watersheds. programmes. extrapolation of results from representative and experimental basins.A. land and soil classification. S. range-land and wild life Water harvesting techniques – Elements. Soil and water conservation Practices.. water requirement of crops. Water production functions for irrigated agriculture.N. Exam: 3 Hrs. Petrocelli/ Charter. Modern physical geography – Strahler A.. 2. Dantzig. Iowa State University Press. watershed-management planning. 1963 5. Lee. soil. L. & Robert. 1991. John Wiley and Sons. determination of land capability class.K. of Periods per week: 4L + 0T Univ. Watershed Experiments. K.O. Iowa State University Press. Tideman 3. types. Land classification for WM. socioeconomic survey. conservation farming. H.M.. Exam. Hexem. R. 1990. Guidelines for watershed Management – F. Schwab.2 WATERSHED BEHAVIOUR AND ITS CONSERVATION PRACTICES No. identification of critical areas Watershed Management – Objectives of Planning Watershed Projects Guidelines for Project Preparation Approach in Govt. L. W.H 4. Forest Hydrology. necessary conditions for plant growth etc. Control measures for erosion Conservative practices – Objective and general practices. 10.. Brooks.. of Periods per week: 4L + 0T Internal Marks: 30 Univ. Linear programming and extensions.. Watershed Behaviour – Physical elements of a watershed. Ffolliott. Types of erosion. J. Assessment of erosion. use of tools like GIS. P. Development of modern harvesting Techniques Estimation of peak runoff rate Land capability classification Erosion process – Factors affecting erosion.WRE 2. R. Edminster.N. effects of land use changes on hydrological cycle component Concept of vegetative management of water yield and quality. Water resources systems engineering. K. variable source area models. L. Linear optimization for management.M. Gregerson. Water shed Management – B. Water conservation and Harvesting – Agronomical measures in soil and water conservation. Soils. and Dracup. and De Bano. Lee. Frevert.. New Jersey.O. R. identification of problems. TEXT BOOKS & REFERENCE BOOKS : 1..W.l. G.3 REMOTE SENSING AND GIS APPLICATION TO WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING Internal Marks: 30 No.F. 2. people’s participation. Watershed Modelling : Runoff components –Simple parametric models – Curve Number Method.physically based models. Soil and Water – Issues related to plant life like composition of soil. WRE 2.. Marks: 70 Duration of Univ. timber. Conservation Guide No.
INTRODUCTION TO REMOTE SENSING. Elements of Image Interpretation. Neighborhood Operations. Tata Mc. Feature Type and Map Overlay. Surface Curvature. Terrain Analysis. Map Overlay Methods. GIS Operations. Optical Sensors. New Delhi. New Delhi. Linking Attribute Data and Spatial Data.G. Principle of Remote Sensing. Topological Errors. Interpretation Keys. SPATIAL DATA EDITING: Introduction. RASTER DATA: Introduction. Topology. Applications of Buffering. Data Conversion. Refraction. Thermal Sensors. Digital Image. Definition. Zonal Operations. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Image Enhancement Techniques (only concepts). Remote Sensing Systems. Terrain Mapping. Grid versus TIN. Spectral Signature. Local Operations with a Single Grid. GIS Concepts and Practice. Attribute Data in GIS. Atmospheric Scattering. TIN. Local Operations.H. Slivers. Geometric Objects. Elements of the Raster Data Model. VECTOR DATA ANALYSIS: Introduction. An Overview. RASTER DATA ANALYSIS: Introduction. Remote Sensing Sensors. Interaction of EMR with the Earth's Surface. Imaging sensors. Analysis Environment. Overlay. Jensen. Type of Attribute Data. Digital Elevation Models. Location Errors.Stereo Images from Satellites . Perspective View. Map projection and Coordinate system. The Relational Database Model Normalization. 2. Atmospheric Absorption. Satellite Imagery. GIS MODELS AND MODELING: Introduction. GIS Elements. TERRAIN MAPPING AND ANALYSIS: Introduction. Stages in Remote Sensing. Projection and Geometric Transformation of Raster Data. Techniques of Image Interpretation. Topological Editing. Data for Terrain Mapping and Analysis. New Delhi. Remote Sensing in India. Type of Relationship.Unsupervised Classification and Supervised Classification. Fundamentals of Remote Sensing 2nd Ed – George Joseph.Geometric Correction. Topological and Non–Topological Editing. Binary Models. GIS Software Specific Raster Data. Optical Infrared (OIR) Imagers. Resolution. Image Classification . Hypsometric Tinting. Map Manipulation. Active Microwave Sensors. Map Overlay. Interactions with the Atmosphere. Buffering. Distance Measurement. Digital Photogrammetry . Electromagnetic Radiation and the Electromagnetic Spectrum. View shed Analysis. Vector Data Representation. Exam: 3 Hrs. Local Operations with Multiple Grids. Pearson Education. History of Development of Remote Sensing. Error Propagation in Map . Introduction to Digital Image Processing. Reflection. Type of Digitizing Errors. GIS Modeling. Slope and Aspect. Atmospheric Windows. Integration of Raster and Vector Data. TEXT BOOKS : 1. Remote Sensing from Space. publications. VECTOR DATA MODEL: Introduction. Data Preprocessing. . Microwave Sensors.Duration of Univ. DEM. ATTRIBUTE DATA INPUT AND MANAGEMENT: Introduction. Introduction to Geographic Information systems – Kang tsung chang. Transmission. Contouring. Types of Raster Data. Hill Shading. Raster Data Structure. Vertical Profiling. Definitions and related technology. Basic Principles of Image Interpretation. GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS). Remote Sensing of the Environment – An earth resource prespective – John R. University Press. Correction of Errors.Image Rectification And Registration.Digital Ortho photos (Only definitions). INTRODUCTION TO IMAGE INTERPRETATION. Index Models Remote Sensing & GIS application in water resources engineering.
.. 9. Transfers . Annual cost comparison. Discounting Techniques . Interest and time-value of money. 1984. Estimation of Costs Estimation of Benefits . . Bonham – Carter. Lo.K. Economic life. 4. and Albert K. 4.. New Delhi. TEXT BOOKS & REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Mc Graw Hill. The storage yield relationship.S. New York: Pergamon Press. Environmental Aspects Overview of methodologies of analysis. Inter-Basin River Water. New Jercy. 1994. Mc Graw Hill. Conjunctive Water-Use Planning Flood Routing . UNESCO.A and R.. S.2. IHP. Exam: 30 70 3 Hrs. Prentice Hall Inc. Rate of return.A. (B) Engineering Economics Objectives & scope of Engineering Economics.. Farsworth. Burrough. Cost concept. & Dhanju. WRE 2.. Production Functions. C.C. Flow-Duration Curve .S. 2. and Lee. L. and Lee.M. Economics of Water Resources Planning. involving the determination of the optimal dimensions. Prentice hall of India (Pvt) Ltd. Financial Analysis . New Jercy.. Hydropower Engineering..S. Present worth. Inc. Young concepts and Technologies of Geographic Information Systems. Prentice Hall Inc. 971. Mathematics of Finance . Principles of Water Resources Planning. A. G. 1984. L. E. River Water Disputes . M.R. Economics of Water Resources Planning. 8. R.Goodman. 1987. Break-even analysis.D. Systems. 6. flood management.. Oxford: Oxford University Press. project appraisal... New York. Systems Approach Multi Objective Analysis . P. Goodman.R. Ottawa: WDL publications.Warnic. Managerial Economics. C. (a) Planning & Management of Water Resources Projects Introduction to the fundamentals of water resource system analysis. Reservoir Capacity & Yield . Demand analysis and forecasting. Exam. Aronoff.James. John R Jensen : Introductory Digital Image processing . Integrated River-Basin Development .. pricing methods. Prentice Hall Inc. Pricing policies. 3. Return on investment. outputs and operating policies of water resource projects. R. Case Studies Capital budgeting.D. Cost Allocation . Examples in water distribution systems. 1989. Prentice Hall. Reservoir Operation . Application of remote sensing to hydrology including groundwater. Joh Wiley and Sons. Marks: Duration of Univ. and Kieffer. Remote sensing and image interpretation. profit planning & forecasting. Reservoir Planning Reservoir Sediment Distribution . Depreciation. of Periods per week: PLANNING. Cost Benefit Analysis . R. Introduction . cost of capital. measurement of profit. Lillesand. 1984. 1984. Principles of Water Resources Planning. New Jersey. McDonnell. 5. James. 1971.F. Graphical Optimization .W. 3. Principles of Geographical Information 5. Bawetl. Geographic Information Systems for Geoscientists: Modeling with GIS. A. MANAGEMENT & ECONOMICS OF WATER RESOURCES PROJECTS 4L + 0T Internal Marks: Univ. Use of optimisation and simulation techniques for solving water resources problems. river basin planning for irrigation and hydroelectric power. T. Geographic information Systems: A Management Perspective. 1998.4 No. New Jercy. Profit..C.P. price forecasting. 7.
& Heywood. Chlorides. and Rao. Exam: 3 Hrs. NO3 . D. 2.1 –B 4L + 0T FLOOD FORECASTING Internal Marks: Univ. 3. Economic Analysis. TDS. Water Resources Systems. 'Manual on flood forecasting'. Barish N. Marks: Duration of Univ.L. of Periods per week: 30 70 3 Hrs. L. 5. Objective. 1998. COD. NOX . Exam: No. T. Principles of measurement and testing of water for parameters like pH. 1985.I. . Burt.P. 2. Geographic Information System.V. Neural Network and Fuzzy logic. of Periods per week: WRE 3. Burrough . WRE 2.K.1-A HYDROINFORMATICS 4L + 0T Internal Marks: Univ. importance.. Watershed models Updating. 'Hydrological forecasting'. D. V. AA Balkema. BOD. Chaturvedi.. Marks: 70 Duration of Univ. Physically based models Graphical and statistical models.B. heavy metals using AAS.5 HYDRAULIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGG. & Maheshwari. Central Water Commission. Air for SPM. SO2 using continuous analysers. R. 6. CO. Microscopy. Flow past Bluff bodies.L. 4. DO. 3. K. L. PO4-P. Hydrological applications. 1. The Netherlands. environments and languages Integration of different interfaces . Overview of numerical engines/ techniques including tools. Stochastic models and adaptive filter models.C. verification and dissemination of forecast TEXT BOOKS : 1. Noise measurement using SLM. TEXT BOOKS : 1. Gradually Varied Flow Profiles. Managerial Economics. residual chlorine. U. Geographic Information. of Periods per week: 4L + 0T Internal Marks: 30 Univ. Jar test for coagulant dosing. NO2 & SO2 using High volume sampler. Exam. Hardness... VSS. 7.. J. New Delhi.A. Exam: 30 70 3 Hrs. Cadoux. historical development and classification of hydrological forecasts Data Collection and flood forecasting network design .. SS. Data Transmission. Flood forecasting using artificial neural network. John Willy and Sons. Turbidity. Exam. Babovic. Water Resources Systems 8. New Delhi. Taylor & Frances Ltd. 2. Norman.C. . Planning & Development : 7. Exam.6. 4. V and Larsem. 1989. Mc Graw-Hill Inc.. Airfoil and Cylinder. Hall & Dracup. BPB Publications. Neural Networks and fuzy logic. UH and SCS based deterministic models. Varshney. Rao. London. H. WRE 3. Hydroinformatics '98. LABORATORY No. M. 9.. 5. Emerging techniques in hydro-informatics. 1994. (Demo only) No.. Fu. Marks: Duration of Univ. Studies on Groundwater flow and Well hydraulics. RSPM. Hydraulic Jump in horizontal and rectangular channels. Anderson. Spatial decision support systems and GIS.
Application of Bore hole geophysics to Water Resources Investigations Tech. Geol. Operational Hydrology report no.dry and wet ponds. 1977.2 URBAN STORM WATER DRAINAGE 4L + 0T Internal Marks: Univ. 1971. hydrologic principles. neutron & gamma gamma logging) . Review of Hydrologic and hydraulic principles: Urban hydrologic cycle. Control of stormwater pollution: Pollution build-up and washoff process with reference to urban drainage systems. Mc Graw Hill Book Co. Cambell. Geneva. U. repair options. WMO. Harper & Row.Accoustic logs Caliper logs & Dipmeter surveys. Self Potential Logs. E.J. 6. & Lehr. C. Book 2. & McCary. inventory of damages. examples for drainage structures. maintenance planning. 2. Handbook of Subsurface Geology.. Operation and maintenance of urban drainage systems: Maintenance requirement for different structures. UOP Div. Induction & Micro focussed logs. Source control in commercial and industrial complexes. Time-area and unit hydrograph approaches Design of drainage system elements: Hydraulic fundamentals. of Periods per week: WRE 3. Johnson Inc. Exam: 30 70 3 Hrs. Rainfall analysis in Urban environment and design storm.M. Introduction & broad classification of subsurface methods Direct Methods Excavation & Pitting. EI. S. W. Well Drilling Techniques.1 –C SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATIONS 4L + 0T Internal Marks: Univ. No.3. drainage and system layout. of Water Resources Investigations.. 1973. of Periods per week: WRE 3. Marks: Duration of Univ. Urban Runoff computations : Empirical. design of appurtenances. electrical logging practices evaluation of aquifer parameters Radiation logging (Natural gamma. 4. 5. WMO. 2. No. Water Well Technology. storage options . E. infiltration and on-site detention of stormwater. hydrodynamic principles. (Gulf Publishing Co. biological treatment of wastewater.S. Geological Well Logs Indirect Methods Geophysical Well Logging .J. design of pumping stations. L. 1973. its effects and consequences for drainage-interaction between urban and peri-urban areas Process of urbanisation and influence on hydrologic cycle Planning concepts and system planning: Objectives of urban drainage and planning criteria. Switzerland. water conservation and ecological aspects Water harvesting . M. Urban drainage : Kinematic wave theory approach Introduction to urban watershed softwares Hydrologic Cistern. Formation Evaluation. Exam: 30 70 3 Hrs.S. 'Automatic collection and transmission of hydrological observations'. Groundwater & Wells. 1968. E. 4. 7.. Operational Hydrology report no. Inc. road drainage. 1962. drainage master plan. Lynch. Survey. Marks: Duration of Univ. Geologic Well log analysis. Geneva. & their applications in groundwater prospecting TEXT BOOKS : 1. design of sewerage and drainage channels. 3. hydraulic principles. Exam. Planning tools and data requirement.A. 'Inter comparison of conceptual models used in operational hydrological forecasting'.E. Pirson.D.). 1975. Introduction to drainage problems in different climates: Urbanisation.Electrical Well logging methods : Normal & Lateral Resistivity Logs... chemical treatment of stormwater. 1975. cleaning of sewers and drains. Johnson. Switzerland. Exam. Keys. Moore. Harper & Row. Drill Stem Testing.E.
L. K. Environmental Impact Assessment for Developing Countries. image classification) Preparation of thematic maps (Land use/ land cover. secondary. Environmental Impact Assessment. 4...S. 5. Englewood cliffs. R.. image enhancement. Impact types: beneficial & adverse. Delhi. 4. Exam: No. Urban Hydrology : Hall. 1. short-term.S. Creation of vector maps and raster maps through digitization and rasterisation Image Processing of digital images (geometric correction. Development of Digital Elevation Model (DEM) using any technique..J. Exam: 3 Hrs. Canter.C. S. 3. REFERENCE BOOKS : 1.B. Environmental Impact of Water Resources Projects. S.C. Biswas. primary.an overview. road maps. Environmental Impact of Water Resources Projects.general. and Aggrawal. & Wooten. Environmental Impact Analysis Handbook. policies & programmes in India.Orient Longman Publications.G. Saxena. M..K. WRE 3. Principle and Procedure.. Ray.TEXT-BOOKS: 1. V. Gupta.. and irreversible Procedural requirement for EIA and clearance .Indian Scenario EIA . 2. Watershed delineation from drainage map and contour map of any region. Biswas. A. Canter.. Marks: Duration of Univ. Ray. R.. Hydrology and hydraulic systems.D. S. and Aggrawal. 4. Shipra Publishers. Patrick Mc Cully.C. Case studies TEXT BOOKS : 1. 2. 3. Exam. Environmental Impact Analysis Handbook. Exam. Shipra Publishers. purposes principles and processes. WRE 3.3 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF WATER RESOURCES PROJECTS No. Environmental Impact Assessment. prediction and assessment steps in EIA EIA approaches and techniques.I. L. 4.K. 6. 5.) from satellite image of any region. Data requirement for EIA. Environmental planning.T.B.E. 3. Identification. of Periods per week: 4L + 0T Internal Marks: 30 Univ. 2. of Periods per week: 50 50 3 Hrs. Environmental Impact Assessment for Developing Countries. R. D.4 L + 3P G. Principle and Procedure. & Wooten. long-term. Silenced Rivers . Munn. drainage network map etc.5-A CONJUNCTIVE WATER RESOURCES PLANNING .. Marks: 70 Duration of Univ. NJ 07632. Handbook of Applied Hydrology : A Compendium of Water resources 2.D. Saxena. 3. A. S. Environmental planning. Water resources development . 5. Munn. Delhi. Hydro-indices. Prentice Hall.G. K. D. Students are supposed to work on various problems involving the following applications using any GIS package. Hydrology : Viesmann & Knapp WRE 3... policies & programmes in India. Chow.C.E. reversible. LABORATORY Internal Marks: Univ.
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Publication of NW. sustainable systems Planning irrigation systems – crop water requirements.W. Soil-water and hydraulic conductivity. hysterisis. methods of irrigation. Distribution system design and layout. Exam: 3 Hrs. subsurface. TEXT BOOKS: 1) Chaturvedi. Mays L. mini. Prentice Hall REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Trickle (Drip) irrigation system design: Concept of trickle system. linear move system. Irrigation – Principles and methods 2.. Systems analysis for Civil Engineer. irrigation.C. Water resources systems planning and analysis .l Irrigation theory & Practise 4) Richard H. unsaturated flow. Water logging and prevention and efficiencies.Emitters – flow through laterals – filtration and water treatment systems. John Wiley and Sons. Economics of Water Resources Planning.. terminology.K. Exam. minor potential surface. Stedinger and Danglass. Marks: 70 Duration of Univ. 1984. yield – Methods of estimation of crop water requirements – methods based on temperature and pan evaporation.6 & WRE4. M.1 THESIS / DESSERTATION . return flows and modeling droughts and mitigation of droughts.impact of soil and water chemical concentrations on yields –management of soil chemical concentrations. combined method. Soil chemical properties.Big gun and Boom sprinkler systems. Prentice Hall 5) Deniel P. cropping pattern. Irstelsen and Hanesn. lift and GW systems.centre pivot system. relative merits and demerits. Agricultural hydrology. Surface system design: definitions –furrow system design – level basin system design –graded border system design Sprinkler System Design: Uniformity and adequacy of water application-evaporation and wind driftcomponents of system design. Tata McGraw Hill 2) James L. of Periods per week: 4L + 0T Internal Marks: 3 Univ. crop coefficient curves. Roorkee WRE 3. Louchs.WRE 3.Hydrosystems Engineering and Management McGraw Hill. soil moisture and deep percolation.D and Lee R. Irrigation systems – Major.fertilizer injection systems.R. Haith. Soil physics and Soil Agriculture. and Tung Y. Irrigation System Design (An engineering approach). Cuenea. A.Water Resources Systems Planning and Management . McGraw Hill 3) Maiche. irrigation frequency.J. 1992 3. modeling Soil physics and Soil chemistry. Jerry R.5-C IRRIGATION WATER SYSTEMS AND MANAGEMENT No. Optimization techniques in planning as applied to Irrigation. Ossenburgen P. 6.