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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUAL ENGINEERING
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
SCHEME OF STUDIES FOR POST-GRADUATE PROGAM IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
U.Z.No. (Hons. Winter Semester 2009-10 & onward) There will be following three sections under the umbrella of Agricultural Engineering at the M.) and Ph.SC. IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE (I&D) SECTION Course No. (HONS. (Hons. Farm Machinery and Power (FMP) 3.Sc.) Thesis Credit Hours 3(2-2) 3(2-2) 3(2-2) 3(3-0) 1(1-0) 1(1-0) 6(0-6) 3 . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2.e. MULTAN (Scheme of Studies for Postgraduate Program in Agricultural Engineering (Applicable w. B.D level: 1. Structures and Environmental Engineering (SEE) M. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 FARM MACHINRY AND POWER (FMP) SECTION Course No. FMP-501 FMP-502 FMP-503 FMP-504 FMP-505 FMP-506 FMP-507 Name of Course Tillage and Traction Dynamics Harvesting Machinery Instrumentation Theory of Manufacturing Processes Special Problem Seminar M.Sc.) AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 1. (Hons.f. Irrigation and Drainage (I&D) 2.) Thesis Credit Hours 3(2-2) 3(2-2) 3(2-2) 3(2-2) 3(2-2) 1(1-0) 1(1-0) 6(0-6) Sr.No.DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE. I&D-501 I&D-502 I&D-503 I&D-504 I&D-505 I&D-506 I&D-507 I&D-508 Name of Course Advanced Open Channel Hydraulics Surface Water Hydrology Water logging and Salinity Control Planning and Design of Drainage Projects Design of Irrigation Systems Special Problem Seminar M.Sc. Sr.
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 1. 1 2 3 4 3.No. Sr. 1 2 3 4 5 FARM MACHINRY AND POWER (FMP) SECTION Course No.D. FMP-701 FMP-702 FMP-703 FMP-704 Name of Course Advanced Power and Machinery Experimental Stress Analyses Operation Research Research & Thesis Credit Hours 3(2-2) 3(2-2) 3(2-2) STRUCTURES AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING (SEE) SECTION Course No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2.No. Sr.No. SEE-701 SEE-702 SEE-703 SEE-704 SEE-705 Name of Course Physico-Chemical Processes for Water & Wastewater Treatment Water Pollution Control Engineering Biological Wastewater Engineering Ecological Engineering for Waste Management Research & Thesis Credit Hours 3(2-1) 3(2-1) 3(2-1) 3(2-1) 4 .Sc.3. SEE-501 SEE-502 SEE-503 SEE-504 SEE-505 SEE-506 SEE-507 Name of Course Water Supply and Sewerage Environmental Impact Assessment Machine and Environment Farm Waste Disposal Systems Special Problem Seminar M.No. Sr.) Thesis Credit Hours 3(3-0) 3(3-0) 3(3-0) 3(2-1) 1(1-0) 1(1-0) 6(0-6) Ph. IRRIGATION & DRAINAGE SECTION Course No. Name of Course I&D-701 Stochastic Hydrology I&D-702 Groundwater Hydrology I&D-703 Surface & Groundwater Modeling I&D-704 Advanced Soil and Water Conservation Engineering I&D-705 Sedimentation Engineering I&D-706 Remote Sensing and GIS Application in Water Resources I&D-707 Research & Thesis Credit Hours 3(3-0) 3(2-2) 3(3-0) 3(3-0) 3(3-0) 3(2-2) Sr. (Hons. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 STRUCTURES AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING (SEE) SECTION Course No.
Chaudhry. classification of flow and definitions. surge formation. Butterworth-Heinemann Publisher WEM. dynamic routing. k. Chaudhry. normal and critical slope for steady uniform flow. Flow resistance: Chezy’s coefficient. momentum in open channel flow. 2009. India. storm characteristics. Springer Verlag Publisher Chanson. positive and negative waves. 1999. M. longitudinal water surface backwater curve computation for irregular channels. method of characteristics. Unsteady flow: Introduction. genesis. discharge under uniform flow. design storms. Manning’s coefficient. Tata McGraw –Hill Publishing company Ltd . H. Open Channel Flow. M. Applied Hydraulic Transients. steady Non uniform flow. kinematic routing. temporal and spatial variability. Flow in Open Channels. Backwater curve computation for regular and irregular channels. 2007. Van Nostrand Reinhold company. measurements and sources of data. equation of motion. Dynamic routing study.WEM. Hydraulics of Open Channel Flow: An Introduction. Energy and momentum principle: Energy in open channel flow. New York. Flood routing: Storage routing. governing equations. diffusion analogy. modified Moody diagram.501 ADVANCED OPEN CHANNEL HYDRAULICS 3(2-2) Basic concepts of fluid flow: Basic principles. backwater curve computation for regular channels. Recommended Books: Subramanya. probable maximum precipitation.H. critical flow and its occurrence. discharge problems. Practicals: 1234Uniform flow channel: To establish uniform flow conditions and to obtain values of Chezy ‘C’and manning’s ‘n’ for a rectangular glass channel . Steady Uniform flow: Normal depth & velocity.New Delhi. hydraulic jump. 5 . velocity and pressure distribution.. Study of surge formation.502 SURFACE WATER HYDROLOGY 3(2-2) Introduction to Hydrology: Hydrologic cycle. rainfall frequency analysis.H 1999. dam break problem.
correlation analysis. measurement of evaporation. reducing evaporation from water surfaces. 4-computation of peak floods with inadequate hydrologic data. 2002. New York. peak flow estimates. hydraulic routing. statistical moments. Modified Puls method. derived distribution. Univariate Time Series Analysis: Stationary and ergodicity. correction for bias in estimation of the coefficient of skew. measurement of infiltration. synthetic hydrographs. extreme value distribution. Applied hydrology. V. Flood frequency Analysis: Probability and risk in hydrology. goodness of fit test. factors affecting evaporation. 6 . hypothesis testing.T. removal of trends and periodicities.W. method of characteristics.R. 2-Runoff computation using computer model HEC-HMS 3-Hydrologic routing using local data. wakeby distribution. WEM-503 STOCHASTIC HYDROLOGY 3(3-0) Review of probability and statistics: Hydrologic application.D. conditional probability (Bays theorem) total probability theorem. normalization transformation. probability distributions. 1998. hydrograph analysis. reliability. Knapp. factors affecting infiltration capacity. McGraw –Hill Book company. Flood Frequency Analysis: Most commonly used distributions. Mays .Introduction to hydrology. estimation of evaporation. kinematic wave. synthetic hydrology. Evapotranspiration. infiltration equations. Harper& Row publ. Flood routing/Hydrologic Routing: Muskingum method. initial abstraction. transpiration. distributions of sample statistics. Practicals: 1-To develop unit hydrograph by different methods. rainfall-runoff relationships. physically-based models. event and continuous simulation. unit hydrographs. instantaneous unit hydrographs. Infiltration. Evaporation and Evapotranspiration& Infiltration: Evaporation. Chaw. hydrologic simulation. plotting positions.. Lewis Harbaugh.. Recommended Book: Viessman . Maidment and L.Surface Runoff and stream flow: Measurements. 2nd ed. autoregressive moving average (ARMA) models.
Boston.Flood frequency analysis. Superposition of wells: Principle of superposition. irrigation water quality criteria. Groundwater quality: Water analysis. Global distribution of groundwater levels. Isotropic and anisotropic aquifers. transmissivity and their determination. Random Functions and Hydrology.L. leaky aquifers. Addison-wesley . data collection. storage coefficient. Aquifer characteristics: Homogeneous and non homogeneous aquifers. soil water and groundwater budget. Unsteady well hydraulic: Unsteady radial flow towards a fully penetrating well. differential equations for confined flow. data analysis. one dimensional flow radial flow. pimping near hydrologic boundaries. drawdown due to a well field. Boussinesq equation. groundwater pollution. Hydrologic Budget: Surface water. one dimensional flow and radial flow in leaky aquifers. methods of determining aquifer. and I. optimal estimation using kriging stationary random fields. Pumping test data analysis: Methods. aquifer boundaries. Steady Well Hydraulics: Dupuit_Forchheimer assumptions. fully penetrating and partially penetrating well considerations. 7 . USA. characteristics using test data. non-stationary random fields-intrinsic stationary.Multivariate Time series Analysis: Serial and cross correlation. flow equations with vertical accretion. radial flow in leaky aquifer. Analysis of Spatial Hydrologic Processes: Theory of regionalized variables. disaggregation models. Recommended Books: Bras . one dimensional flow with distributed recharge. 3-Analysis of spatial hydrologic process 4-Analysis of monthly rainfall probabilities by weighted transformation. multivariate AR models. 1994 . drawdown with variable pumping rater. 2. Rodrigues-iturb. Practicals: 1-Annual stream flow model using time series model. R. WEM-504 GROUND WATER HYDROLOGY 4(3-2) Groundwater origin and Occurrence: Geologic formation and groundwater distribution in Indus Basin aquifer system. prediction. hydraulic conductivity.
Sterrett . Irrigation: Theory and Practices. Management and Reclamation of water logged soils: Use of tubewells for lowering of watertable. The quality and quantity of salts in soil and irrigation water: Origin of saline and sodic soils.Practicals: 1-Hydrological study of a watershed. 1993. 2-Determination of well characteristics from pumping test data. concept of salt. Nov 2007) Jacob Bear. size and spacing of tubewells for lowering of water table. Land Drainage. 2007.-2) Drainage Concepts: Need and benefits of drainage consequences of water logging and drainage in agriculture. WEM-505 WATERLOGGING AND SALINITY CONTROL 4(3-2) The extent of waterlogging and Salinity in Pakistan. sources of excess water. 3. New York. interface of fresh and saline water under the Indus plain. Methods and Applications by A. 2. Tata Mc-Graq Hill Book Co. Soil and water analysis procedures and interpretation. Seepage from irrigation unlined and lined canals and rivers. layout and installation of open ditches for reclaiming waterlogged soils. economics of reclamation of waterlogged soils by tubewells. gypsum requirements. Recommended Books: Groundwater and Wells by Robert J. management and reclamation of salt affected soils.K. 3-DesIgning of pumping well for specific situations. Hydraulics of groundwater. theories of water flow in the sub soils. Bhattacharya 2003 WEM-506 PLANNING AND DESIGN OF DRAINAGE PROJECTS 3(2. 8 . water quality criteria. Principles. A. Problem solving related to design. Problem solving related to design and spacing of drainage wells. Recommended Books: Michel. McGraw Hill Book Company.M. skimming wells. historical developments of drainage problem and its solutions tried in Pakistan. classification and interpretation of water analysis. irrigation water analysis. treatment to improve water quality. leaching requirement. present infrastructure to control waterlogging and salinity problem in Pakistan. Practicals 1.
infiltration rate. Smedema. 1994. safe velocity and grades. Recommended Books: USBR. Hydraulic conductivity data collection and use. Application of drainage design methods to selected problems: Use of nomographs for drainage design. feasibility and final Stage. soil characteristics. layout patterns for groundwater drainage.R. Field Drainage System and Methods: Surface drainage. design. reconnaissance. 3. Government Printing Office. Co. design formula. components of head loss. Practials 1. types of irrigation systems. blocking and clogging. 2. soil moisture characteristics. sediment outflow and performance efficiency. Design Methods: Pipe drainage-flow patterns. Homogenous and non Homogenous soils. Dab. and W. soil water movement. hydraulic conductivity. soil water potential. organic. Hooghoudt formula. saturated and unsaturated flow through soil. water table. construction and operational problems. vertical drainage. Cornell University Press. L. Drainage Manual-A water resources Technical Publication. objective of irrigation. soil profile. natural and synthetic drainage envelop materials. 9 . 1993. stage of project preparation-Identification. Performance Assessment of drainage systems: Need. performance parameters and criteria. New York WEM-507 DESIGN OF IRRIGAITON SYSTESMS 3(2-2) Introduction: Review of soil water relations. Ithaca. Evaluation of surface drainage system based on the given parameter.Soil Water: Soil Moisture. Land Drainage. drain pipes. slope. based data collection (Topography. irrigation system design variables and irrigation system performance. salinity. USA. climate. Denver. crops. selecting an irrigation system. groundwater. System Problems: Back filling. pipe drainage. Surface drainage factors affecting. construction equipment. Problems related to vertical and horizontal drainage system. surface runoff. installation below water table. Drainage Investigations: Purpose and scope of drainage investigations. diagnosis and nature of drainage problem. drainage coefficient.K. Earnst formula and Glover-Dumm formulae.
Soil Conservation Service (SCS) Design: Basics for SCS design procedures.. WEM-508 SURFACE AND GROUND WATER MODELING 3(2-2) Introduction: Concept of mathematical modeling. Centre pivot sprinkler system: Water application rates & patterns.Volume Balance Design: Concept of volume balance. Michigan. criteria for selection of emitters. St. sprinkler and trickle irrigation systems. centre-pivot and linear move systems. 2001. designs of surface irrigation systems. Jensein.. Sprinkler and Trickle irrigation. components of a model. empirical and conceptual models. M. semi-portable and permanent systems. irrigation depth and speed of the system. sprinkler discharge. Evans. Recommended Books: Jack Keller. USA. Utah State University Logan. Robert. limitations of volume balance design. side-roll and rain gun sprinklers. design of a trickle system. water application depth and spacing. system design objective. preliminary design: Pipe and hydraulic. Adaptability of sprinkler and trickle irrigation systems: Types of sprinkler irrigation systems: portable. designs of surface irrigation systems. Trickle irrigation system and its components: Emitters and their types. Evaluation of a sprinkler system: water application uniformity and application efficiency. Main line layout. limitation of volume design. wind losses and pressure variation. Practicals Field design. Hydrodynamics and Zero-Inertia models based design: Interpretation of dimensionless design variables. comparisons of irrigation systems design approaches. Hoffman. sprinkler heads. clogging of emitters and filtration. American Society of Agricultural Engineers Monograph. types of sprinkler heads and their characteristics. hand-move. mainline and laterals. 10 . topographic effect.E. J. Joseph. economical pipe size selection. layout and evaluation of surface. variation of discharge along the lateral and evaluation. toe move. Components of a sprinkler system: Pump. water application patterns by stationary sprinklers. pressure & friction losses. design of surface irrigation systems. Design and Operation of Farm Irrigation Systems. effect of wind and drift losses. G. layout of set sprinklers: Number of sprinkler heads & lateral positions. Utah 84321USA. 2007. testing and use of models.
Michigan. Practicals: Practical Exercises of Surface and Ground water Modeling suing different models Recommended Books: Hoffman. hydraulic performance of surface irrigation. general mathematical approach. I L R I . grid system.E. non dimensionalization of continuity and momentum equations. numerical solutions and verification of zero-inertia models. interpretation of components of mass conservation and momentum equations. the Netherlands. Analytical solution techniques: Laplace equation. international institute for land Reclamation and improvement wageningen. Groundwater Modeling: Modeling concepts. 2007 . Finite Element Model. New York. Hydrodynamic Model: Derivation of Sain-Venant equations. explicit and implicit solution techniques. application of finite difference model to the solution of groundwater problems. 1990 . isotropic and anisotropic aquifers. Finite Difference Model. Robert. Zero-Inertial Model: Concept of zero-inertia.. application of finite element model to groundwater flow problem. characteristic solution.Hydraulics of Surface Irrigation: Flow Characteristics. Numerical Modeling of Groundwater Basin. mesh generation solution techniques. Crank Nicholson approximation. model calibration. Kinematic-Wave Model: Kinematic wave theory. two dimensional flow case. numerical solution to Saint-Venant equations.Hill Book company . G. non dimensionalization of zero-inertia equations. WEM-509 ADVANCED SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION ENGINEERING 3(3-0) 11 . Jensein. J. need for aquifer models. types of models. Evans. factors influencing the flow regimes. Unite Element Model: Theoretical considerations. USA. Hydraulics of Groundwater McGraw. St. Joseph. American Society of Agricultural Engineers Monograph. introduction to Modeling techniques i. solution of Laplace equation. Jacob Bear . boundary conditions. deformable control volume and verification of kinematic wave model. Boonstra. VOL 29. e. phases of Irrigation. 2007. Design and Operation of Farm Irrigation Systems.. Finite difference model: Theoretical consideration of one dimensional flow. M.
gabbion dams). suspended load. Sediment transport mechanics: Concept of fluid flow. burshwood dams. Canada Furniss. sediment measurements.T. rainfall energy. the prevention and control of water erosion by mechanical and agronomic methods. design of de silting works. P. erosion modeling (AGNPS Model).Introduction to soil erosion problems in Pakistan: Barani zones of Pakistan. total load. AGNPS). Water conservation structures: Temporary and permanent structures. sediment sampling. concepts of fluid flow. erosivity of rainfall. 2003 Sediment Transport: Theory and Practice Julien. transport mechanism. sediment Yield empiricisms. stream channel improvement and stabilization. Model of erosion: Mechanics of erosion. 2003. factor affecting design of dams. sediment transport and sedimentation deposition. measures for watershed protection. land capabilities and existing management practices to control soil erosion in the Barani Zones Water Resources of the Barani Area: Existing water management practices and future planning for water development to avoid soil erosion. Recommended Books Yang. Sediment yields: Surface flow conditions. chutes. 1994. design of farms. problems of erosion. Numerical estimation of erosion losses: Erosion equations. Soil and Water Conservation Engineering. erosion equation. Sediment control methods: Watershed surveys. Design Hydrology and Sedimentology for Small catchments. notting dams. 3rd ed. erosion modeling (use of recent models e. Practical Conservation: Water and Wetlands Open University. channel design. pipe spillways.g.O. de silting works. 12 . G. Jhon Willy & Sons Inc. C. functional requirements and design of drop spillways.C. rainfall energy. WEM-510 SEDIMENTATION ENGINEERING 3(3-0) Nature of sedimentation problems: Introduction. land treatment.Y. initiation of particle movement. P. T. Julien Haan. types of dams (small dams. 1999. Recommended Books Schwab. 2003 Erosion and Sedimentation by Pierre Y. song dams.
aerial photography. Sabins. and Ralph W. flood hazard analysis. Measurements. NY 7. and Practice (Asce Manual and Reports on Engineering Practice No. Management. Applied Finite Element Analysis. Inc. Prentice Hall. Numerical Analysis for Engineering.J. irrigation water requirement. H. 6. Total station. different types of satellite. 1997.. 2002. Soil Erosion. geological survey. G. statistical operation using GIS. 4. regional scale concept. 1995 WEM-511 REMOTE SENSING AND GIS APPLICATION IN WATER RESOURCES 3(2-2) Components of GIS: Function of GIS. Heam. 2000. digital image processing. 2. S. 3.. D. NY WEM-519 SPECIAL PROBLEM 1(1-0) 13 . Tokyo. Image interpretation for irrigation system: Forestry. and geology. Prentice Hall of India New Delhi. Remote Sensing Principles and Interpretation. Modeling. Lillesand. Introduction to remote sensing and remotely sensed data: Electromagnetic radiation. geostatistical tools. image classification. GPS. Keifer. Floyd F. and Rehabilitation (Books in Soils. L. Alter. Image enhancement. W. attribute data handling. overlay operation. Jr. Freeman and Company. Qaddafi. a management perspective. Computer Graphics (2nd ed). coordinate system. (2nd ed). supervised and unsupervised classification.S. Conservation. 5. and the Environment) by Agassi. 1998. Recommended Books 1. 2002. edge enhancement. network analysis. Hill. Information System. John Wiley and Sons. watershed delineation. groundwater pollution vulnerability assessment. Plants. Latest Ed. New York. spatial data management and analysis. USA. data acquisition. image analysis. and M. USA. Garcia (Editor) May 15. Japan Association on Remote Sensing. TIN model. F. erosion modeling. Murai. The Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Co. Modeling and Practice: Processes. determining of peak runoff. Macmillan Publishing Co. Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation.Sedimentation Engineering: Theories. snow cover.P.Y. 110) by Marcelo H. John Wiley & Sons. Remote Sensing Note. N. map projection. Baker. Nov 7. 1990. kriging techniques. survey using GPS errors in GPS survey. application of ILWIS model for. vector data. components of GPS. 1990. Segerlind. spatial data input. 2003. 2008. digital elevation model. S.. Thomas M. Computer Graphics. raster data.
A special problem in Water Engineering & Management will be selected by the student in consultation with his major supervisor. A careful study of the problem will be made and report will be submitted by the student. 14 . WEM-520 SEMINAR 1(1-0) A special problem in Water Engineering & Management will be selected by the student in consultation with his major supervisor. A careful study of the problem will be made and report will be submitted by the student.
use of computers in machine design. electronic and fluid separation. seed sorter. metering systems used in agricultural machines (such as sprayers. conveyers and elevators. soil bins. 15 . size grading drag forces suspension velocities. sorting and separation of fruits and vegetables from stone and dirt. systems of farming. theory of creativity. manure. tillage tool models.505 Instrumentation 3(2-2) 6 FME – 506 Theory of Manufacturing Processes 3(3-0) 7 FME – 507 Operation Research 3(2-2) 8 AENG – 519 Special Problem 1(1-0) 9 AENG . separation of potatoes from stones and dirt. fluid meter. Agricultural Engineering will not be permitted to take again in Ph. design of plows. No. new designs.Sc.520 Seminar 1(1-0) Note: Courses selected/qualified for M. Course No Name of Course Credit Hours 1 FME . Similitude in Tillage: Dimensional analysis. metering devices for silage. Tractor Mechanics: Mechanics of tractor operating on a yielding soil dynamic weight transfer. hay. redesign of machines. finely ground feed.502 Experimental Stress Analyses 3(2-2) 3 FME . FME.501 Advanced Power and Machinery 3(2-2) Development of Farm Machinery: History of tillage. selection of variables. separation in combine harvesters. true and distorted models. Metering Devices: Design parameters.503 Tillage and Traction Dynamics 3(2-2) 4 FME – 504 Harvesting Machinery 3(2-2) 5 FME . size differences. role of companies in research and design. density differences.D. shape differences.501 Advanced Power and Machinery 3(2-2) 2 FME . fertilizer spreaders). separation of animal waste fro foreign materials.FARM MACHINERY AND ENERGY RESOURCES (FME) SECTION POST GRADUATE COURSES Sr. creative design. important inventions Design of Machinery: Design process. Separation Techniques: Mechanism of separation (mechanical) pneumatic manual. developments during different centuries. planters.
wave plate plane polariscope. wheat-stone bridge. coating curve. principal planes. Dally. rolling resistance. null balance bridge. Experimental stress analysis. stretching of soil. FME-503 TILLAGE AND TRACTION DYNAMICS 3(2-2) Dynamics of Soil: History of tillage and traction.F. Mechanics of Tillage Tools: Forces acting on tillage tool. Strain Gauge Circuits: Potentiometer circuit. soil strength. Photoelasticity: Wave length. types of coatings. selection. Bokker’s contribution. stress and strain in soil. acceleration forces in soil. white light. strain state of a strain. and riley. Cigr Handbook of Agricultural Engineering. calibration of brittle coating. 2005. similitude in tillage. Wheatstone bridge sensitivity application. Traction: Soil linkage. Jan 30. circular polariscope. Stress Coatings: Biaxial stress. drawbar pull. W. traction theory. planting and fertilizing equipment. active and passive earth pressure. J. two and three dimensional stresses.. temperature compensation. plant protection equipment and harvesting machinery. two and three dimensional stresses. similitude in traction. refrigerants coating technique. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1. stress in curved beams. compression of soil.Design and Development of Farm Machinery: Use of above principles and concepts in the design and development of tillage implements. New York. shearing strains. draft computation. McGraw Hill Book Company. principal stresses. normal strains. 2006. emphasis on particulate mechanics. April 1998 FME – 502 EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSIS 3(2-2) Stresses and Strains: Stress at a point. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1. development of theoretical equations. tractive effort work of different research workers. work of different research workers. principal stresses. BOOKS RECOMMENDED: 16 . stress equation of equilibrium. 2. CIGR Handbook of Agricultural Engineering: Information Technology. State of stress.W.
K. Terzagh. 3. Hall and Wallace C.. The Literature of Agricultural Engineering (Literature of the Agricultural Sciences) by Carl W. Olsen. Hall and Wallace C. and Peck. 17 . New York. Olsen Jan 1993. Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice. Inc. John Wiley and sons. N.B. 1993. R.Y. 1996. 2. The Literature of Agricultural Engineering (Literature of the Agricultural Sciences) by Carl W.1.
regulations for movement of combines and maintenance. Displacements and Area Measurement: Dimensional Measurements gauge blocks. Harvesting machines for wheat. filters circuits. rice. diaphragm and bellows gauge. power requirements for threshing. probability distribution. Bounden tube. Combine Header: History. transducers and electrical sensing devices. cutting forces. Shelling: Historical development of shelling.FME. loss of grain. oscillograph. Chisquare test of godness of fit. 2. low pressure measurement-Pirani thermal conductivity gauge. amplifiers. graphical and numerical methods for area measurements. planning of experiments. methods of threshing (tangential axial. Cutterbars: Fundamentals of cutting. damage evaluation.504 HARVESTING MACHINERY 3(2-2) Introduction: Mechanism of separation. statistical analysis of experimental data. impact cutting. uncertainly analysis. method of least squares. CIGR Handbook of Agricultural Engineering: Information Technology. area measurements-planimeter. Important Research Papers. settings for various crops. Cigr Handbook of Agricultural Engineering. grain damage. header component analysis and evaluation. concave studies. propagation of error. ear orientation studies. new approaches and concepts in grain threshing. Pressure Measurement: Dead Weight tester. oscilloscope. system’s response distortion. Basic Electrical Measurement and Sensing Devices: Input circuit. Jan 30. FME-505 INSTRUMENTATION 3(2-2) Basic Concepts: Calibrations. Conveyers: Critical speeds of conveyers. optical methods. cutting-threshing and traction mechanism. April 1998. 18 . Analysis of Experimental Data: Cause and types of experimental errors. forces acting on the concave. pressure gauge. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1. 3. influences of cutterbar speed on header losses. 2006. time of relaxation. the Gaussian distribution. radial. Threshing: History. combined). factors effecting grain damage and threshing. pneumatic displacement gauge. characteristics. methods of evaluating grain damage. The ionization gauge. Nomograms: Transformation of concurrency charts to alignment charts.
generalized strain hardening equation.Flow Measurement: Positive displacement method. measurement of resistance. humidity. 2005 2. ferrous alloys. pouring of molten metal. unsaturated alloying. temperature measurements by mechanical effect. the strain-hardening equation. flow obstruction method. Torque and Drain Measurement: Mass balance measurement. Dec 1. deformation. lineal strain and a real strain. forces and power for forming. 19 . application of the concepts of alloying to the heat treatment. The Forming Process: Definition. flow measurements by drag effects. natural strain and nominal strain true stress and engineering stress and strain. are welding characteristics curves. stress strain relationships. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1. Metallurgical control of Mechanical Properties: Principles of mechanical strength. Franklyn. Holman. alloying. machining operations. The Machining Processes: Definition. ferrous micro-structure and their predictions. welding processes. definition and equation. thermocouple compensation. Instrumentation by Kirk W. saturated alloying & supersaturated alloying. deformation and length. and the strength of weldments. The Welding Process: Definition of welding. elastic elements for force measurements. forming operations. tensile strength versus percent cold-work etc. The casting Process: Molding theory. cost analysis machinability. finish. Temperature Measurement: The ideal gas thermometer. yield strength and percent cold work. strain gauge output. molds and melting equipment. strain measurement-Electrical resistance strain gauges. Experimental Methods for Engineers by J. Temperature measurement by electrical effects. sub-recrystallization plastic deformation. cutting tools – theory and life. Force. weld-penetration. Standard for measuring and recording time. the fundamental welding problems. 2000 FME-506 THEORY OF MANUFACTURING PROCESSES 3(3-0) Mechanical Properties of Materials: Definitions of Tensile properties. surface. color. torque measurements.P. directionality of strain hardening. heat treatment of alloys. magnetic flow meter. automatic and numerical control. patterns. Jun 30. cooling and solidification.
During a semester.BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1. Schaum's Outline of Operations Research by Richard Bronson and Govindasami Naadimuthu (Paperback . inventory and stock controls. types of problems. modes of management and control. Volume 40) by Leo Alting. minimal routes and application. Operational Research Techniques: General linear programming and applications. critical paths. the seminar course of one credit can be offered jointly by the Department of Farm Machinery & Energy Resources and Water Engineering &Management Department. FME-507 OPERATIONAL RESEARCH 3(2-2) Introduction: The meaning and nature of operational research. Carter and Camille C.Sc. Elshennawy. 20 . April 4. Operations Research: An Introduction (8th Edition) by Hamdy A. measurement of utility. allocation problems. 2. 1993 3. basic models. simulation. waiting line theory and applications. Manufacturing Processes & Materials by George F. Schrader and Ahmad K. 2006 AENG-519 SPECIAL PROBLEM 1(1-0) A special problem in Agricultural Engineering will be selected by the student in consultation with his major supervisor. the prototype problems. net works. Problem Formulation: The nature of a problem. Operations Research: A Practical Introduction (The Operations Research Series) by Michael W. 2000 2. Taha. 1997) 3. Jul 2000 Manufacturing Engineering Processes (Manufacturing Engineering and Materials Processing. student in Agricultural Engineering will take seminar of one credit during his program studies. the assignment and distribution of resources. AENG-520 SEMINAR 1(1-0) Each M. Class Notes. Nov 23. other operational research techniques. 1. Price Jul 28. measurement of efficiency.Jul 1. A careful study of the problem will be made and report will be submitted by the student.
creativity in graduate work. Agricultural Engineering will not be permitted to take again in Ph. SEE-501 ENGINEERING CREATIVITY 2(2-0) Creativity: Definition of creativity. Safety in design of machinery and liability of inventor. qualities of a good researcher and a research manager. amount of storm sewage. field and industry. Jun 6. collection and distribution of water.D. procedure to get protect patents. management of creative personnel. SEE-501 SEE-502 SEE-503 SEE-504 SEE-505 SEE-506 Name of Course Credit Hours Engineering Creativity 3(3-0) Water Supply and Sewerage 3(3-0) Environmental Impact Assessment 3(3-0) Machine and Environment 3(3-0) Farm Waste Disposal Systems 3(2-1) Physico-Chemical Processes for Water 3(2-1) & Wastewater Treatment SEE-507 Water Pollution Control Engineering 3(2-1) 12 SEE-508 Biological Wastewater Engineering 3(2-1) 13 SEE-509 Ecological Engineering for Waste 3(2-1) Management 14 SEE-510 Special Problem 1(1-0) 15 SEE-520 Seminar 1(1-0) Note: Courses selected/qualified for M. sewerage-general considerations. pumps and pumping stations. Field and John Solie. Creativity and Patents: Definition of patent. Class discussions on creative thoughts. Projects in creativity.Sc. Introduction to Agricultural Engineering Technology: A Problem Solving Approach by Harry L. 1 2 4 5 8 9 Course No. need for teaching creativity in present day society. No.STRUCTURES AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING (SEE) SECTION POST GRADUATE COURSES Sr. Books Recommended: 1. Sep 3. How Children Learn (Classics in Child Development) by John Holt. 1995 SEE-502 WATER SUPPLY AND SEWERAGE 3(2-1) Quality of water and sewerage. quality of rural and urban water supply. 21 . characteristics of creative mind. 2007 2.
abatement strategies. London 3. London. Interanational Edition.. 1992.N. existing quality levels. comparative studies of methodologies. foul emissions from agricultural machines.B. water.. agro-machinery for safer environment. McGRAW-Hill Book Company. L. Assessment of Impacts: Prediction and assessment of impact on air. maintenance of sewers.H. Books Recommended 1. Macmillan Publishers.sewer pipes. 2. spraying machines and air pollution. threshing process and human health. basics of assessment. magnetized spraying. noise effects and muffling. SEE-504 MACHINE AND ENVIRONMENT 3(3-0) Introduction to machine environment. case studies exercise. 1995. P. Morgan. effects on fertilizer and pesticide leaching. Ahasheep Publishing House. Johnson. interaction matrices. P. 22 . 1990. Trivedi. action plan and impact statement preparation. London. fertilizer injection machines. Rural Water Supplies and Sanitation. Site Visits.W. Smith study. Environmental Impact Assessment: Practice and Participation by Kevin S. 1993. 4. identification of pollutants. Methods of Impact Analysis: Purpose of environmental Impact assessment methods. Hemishphere Publishing Corporation. networks. Tillage machinery. University College Press. 2. Morris and Peter. T. Morgan May 23. environmental setting and factors. 2005. sewer construction. salinity management. deep tillage and hardpan impacts on soil environment. Environment. P. impact prediction. Berg and G.R. Noisy machines. Water supply and Sewerage. Books Recommended 1. presentation of quality standards. Steel. Environmental Problems and solutions. assessment and Impact statement. E. Saunders College Publishing. New Delhi. 1990. 1990. Books Recommended: 1. SEE-503 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT 3(3-0) Introduction: Environmental Inventory. Hanna Sep 8. Warner and Preston study. Raven. Environmental Impact Assessment: A Methodological Approach by Richard K. Methods of Environmental Impact Assessments. Practicals: Design exercises in water supply and sewerage systems.R. Veziroglu. flow in sewers. relationships. characteristics of sewage and sewage disposal. noise. design of sewer systems. equipments used in water supply and sewerage. 2008 2. Tokyo. USA. Environmental Problems Impact Assessment. and agriculture. agro-industries.
Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Compancy.3. Peirce and R. Olson. filtration. Prerequisites: Introduction to Environmental Engineering & Introduction to Wastewater Treatment Books Recommended 1. technical and economic aspects. New Delhi. 2005 4. transfer and transportation means and methods.T. interaction. design consideration for compositing. 3.A. P. Vigil.J. collection. London. recent technological advancements in farm waste disposal methods. sedimentation. Aug 15. Process efficiency and control considerations. Jain. transfer and disposal of different types of farm wastes. Farm Power.. Butterworth-Heinemann. Farm Management: Principles and Strategies by Kent D.C. ion exchange. Farm Processing. 1990. J. biogas and biomass systems. 2003 SEE-506 Physico-Chemical Processes for Water & Wastewater Treatment 3(2-1) Concepts of treatment process analysis. ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY MANAGEMENT OF FARM ANIMAL WASTE by T. Vesilind. treatment plant performance of water and wastewater treatment works. S. Environmental Pollution and Control. Rai. MATSUNAKA. and R. Farm Electricity by Jagdishwar Sahay. stabilization. Theisen and S. Integrated Solid Waste management. Tehobanoglous G. Elements of Agricultural Engineering . oxidation and disinfection. chemical precipitation. waste collection techniques. McGraw Hill Book Compancy. 1992. landfill. Weiner. gas/phase transfer. flocculation. 1997 2. SEE-505 FARM WASTE DISPOSAL SYSTEMS 3(2-1) Farm Wastes: Sources and Types. composition and generation rates. Farm Machinery. 1992 Farm Tractor: Maintenance and Repair. adsorption and gas stripping. Practicals: Exercises related to waste storage. on site waste handling and storage methods. Development of principles of selected physical and chemical treatment unit operations/processes for water/wastewater as applied to particular example needs of small rural as well as urban communities on sustainable basis. H. Books recommended 1. 23 . Physical unit operations: Mixing.R. Disposal Methods: Introduction. aeration. some typical wastes. processing. Chemical unit processes: Coagulation. New York.
Water harvesting. J. Heinke. Industrial waste survey. and Lim. D. G. Carney. 2. Toronto. and Arvin. 24 . Springer. Inc. Suspended growth biological treatment processes. E. 4th Edition. Masten. London. 3. M. G. F. N. May 1. control.. Wall. Canada. 2nd Edition. L. C. design and planning problems.) 2003. J. G. Biological and Chemical Processes.Y. biological treatment processes. N. and G. Biological Wastewater Engineering 3(2-2) SEE-508 Wastewater characteristics & biological treatment process concepts. Anaerobic and aerobic sludge digestion and composting. 2004. On.. McGraw Hill Inc. Attached growth and combined biological treatment processes. 5. Wastewater Engineering: Treatment and Reuse.. Pandey. L..D. J. P. Eckenfelder. Biological Wastewater Treatment..N. 1999. 4th Edition. Environmental Engineering. Tokyo. T. Prerequisite: Applied Concepts in Microbiology (MICB 300) Books Recommended 1. H. Marcel Dekker. Wastewater Engineering: Treatment and Reuse. Jansen. Water reclamation technology and plant performance. Burton. F. H. Advanced treatment processes. 3rd Edition. 2002. (Tchobanoglous.W. C. Henze. 2004 3. 2004. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Limited. Mackenzie L. Development of the principles of secondary. Berlin. Anaerobic suspended and attached growth treatment processes. Metcalf & Eddy. D.. Jansen. Harremoes. W. 2000 Industrial Water Pollution Control. Water quality monitoring. Principles of Environmental Engineering and Science. Books Recommended 1. New Delhi. Berlin.2. Metcalf & Eddy. incorporating both aerobic and anaerobic microbiological processes. SEE-507 Water Pollution Control Engineering 3(2-1) Appraisal and analysis of existing water quality management systems. Wastewater Treatment: 2. Wastewater Treatment: Biological and Chemical Processes. Water quality and effluent standards. Discussion of different treatment process methodology. E. and pollution management with special reference to small communities and agriculture. Environmental Engineering Series. 1992. and Susan J. 3. Mc Graw Hill Publishing Company Limited. Welf Publishing Co. 4. On.. Davis. and Stensel. L. Environmental Management Hand Book. Toronto. G.Y. and Stensel. Glynn & Gary W. 3rd Edition. Grady. MacGraw Hill International NY Henry J.) 2003. 2002. H. USA. Storage and reuse of reclaimed water. (Tchobanoglous.. and Arvin.. C.. Basel.C. M. Burton. reclamation and reuse. McGraw Hill Inc.. Canada. Water Treatment Plant Design (McGraw-Hill Handbooks) by American Water Works Association and American Society of Civil Engineers. Springer. with application to both municipal and industrial wastewater treatments. 1980. C. P. P. Harremoes. Henze. Diagger.
England. S. Techobenoglous. SEE-509 Ecological Engineering for Waste Management 3(2-1) Bio Solids Wastes: Sources and types. Furnaces and boilers run on agricultural wastes and by-products. Metcalf & Eddy. G. Kangas.Sc. 1995. Eckenfelder.W. Hilary Theisen and Samuel Vigil. 5. student in Agricultural Engineering will take seminar of one credit during his program of studies. McGraw Hill Publishing Company Limited. AENG-520 Seminar 1(1-0) Each M. H. Toronto. ON.Jun 4. 4. Fermentation of by-products and waste. livestock and aquatic waste utilization in various industries. Patrick.. K. Wastewater Engineering: Treatment and Reuse.4. McGraw Hill International NY 2. Waste collection techniques. W. Tackling Farm Wastes. 2004. D. Jorgenser. C. (Tchobanoglous.. Generation of electricity using surplus biomass.) 2003. Lewise Publishers. W. Industrial Waste Water Management. USA. 3. Waste handling and storage methods. Farming Press Ltd. Agricultural and Organic by products. USA. Transfer and transportation means and methods. and Stensel. 25 . Burton. A careful study of the problem will be made and report will be submitted by the student. Ware (Hardcover . 5. Suffolk. Canada. Grundey. CRC Press. Recycling and Management: Recycling of wastes. 2002. Elsevier Scientific Publishing Co. Composition and generation rates.. McGraw Hill Inc.Y. G. Integrated Solid Waste Management. Crop. Books Recommended 1. 4th Edition. F. 1995. bio-chemical properties of Wastes. Ecological Engineering Principles and Practice. 1999) AENG-519 Special Problem 1(1-0) A special problem in Agricultural Engineering will be selected by the student in consultation with his major supervisor. Ed. L. 2000 Industrial Water Pollution Control.E. N. Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology / Volume 162 by G.
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