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|COs||Course outcomes||Mapping COs with POs (High-3, Medium-2, Low-1)|
|CO1||An ability to manipulate hydrological data and undertake widely used data analysis.||PO1|
|CO2||Apply various statistical methods for hydrological analysis. Understanding and analysis of channel, flood routing and groundwater hydrology||PO2, PO3|
|CO3||Project oriented skills shall be gained by students to work efficiently in survey, planning, design and construction in the irrigation sector using tools.||PO4,PO5|
MODULE I: INTRODUCTION ( 2 hrs+1hrs)
Hydrological cycle, Types of Rainfall, Precipitation - measurement - average precipitation over a basin, evaporation, transpiration, infiltration - Infiltration indices. Runoff -Overland flow, Types of aquifers.
Practice Session: (1hr)
1 Determination of infiltration capacity using double ring infiltrometer. 1hr
MODULE II: HYDROGRAPH (3hr+2hr)
Direct runoff, Base flow, separation of base flow- Hydrograph, Unit hydrograph - Assumptions of Unit hydrograph, derivation of unit hydrograph from direct runoff hydrograph, Computation of direct runoff hydrograph for different storms using unit hydrograph theory.
2 Construction of double mass curve using Python. 1hr
3 Hydrograph analysis using Python. 1hr
MODULE III: FLOOD MANAGEMENT (1hr+2hr)
Floods- type and causes of occurrence, flood classification- probable maximum flood, standard project flood, design flood, Flood forecasting, Flood routing-channel routing, Flood protections.
Practice Session:(2 hr)
4 Determination of flood stage-discharge relationship in a watershed using python. 1hr
5 Determination of flood peak-area relationships using python. 1hr
MODULE IV: GROUND WATER HYDROLOGY (1hr+2hr)
Ground water flow: Specific yield, storage coefficient, coefficient of permeability, confined and unconfined aquifers, types of aquifers, radial flow into a well under confined and unconfined conditions (only steady state conditions), Yield of a well, Borewell.
6 Exploration of Ground water using Electrical Resistivity Method.2hr
MODULE V: HYDROPOWER ENGINEERING (2hr+4hr)
Dams and their causes of failure, economical height of dam, planning of water resources projects, Reservoir Planning: Storage capacity of reservoirs, Yield from reservoir, Reservoir losses, reservoir sedimentation.
Practice Session:(4 hr)
7 Design of Stability analysis of gravity dam. 2hr
8 Various cases of Failure of concrete gravity dam.2hr
MODULE VI: IRRIGATION ENGINEERING (1hr+2hr)
Water requirements of crops, consumptive use, quality of water for irrigation, irrigation methods and their efficiencies.
Practice Session: (2hr)
9 Numerical analysis of Irrigation Parameters (Duty, Base Period, Delta and Efficiencies).2hr
MODULE VII: CANAL IRRIGATION (3hr+5hr)
Classification of canals, Canal losses, Alignment of main and distributary canals, most efficient section, Cross section of irrigation canals, water logging - causes and control.
10 Design of irrigation canal using Kennedy’s and Lacey’s theory. 2 hr
11 Design of lined canal. 1hr
12 Design of head regulators and cross regulators. 2hr
13 Field visits for various irrigation structures.
Introduction to Dams Introduction and types of dams, spillways and ancillary works, Site assessment and selection of type of dam, Information about major dams and reservoirs of India.
Dr. Kamal Kumar Barik is presently working as Associate Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering, CUTM, Bhubaneswar Campus. He did his Ph.D. at SRM University, Chennai in the field of Remote Sensing and GIS. He has been more than 8 years of teaching experience at Post Graduate level (M.Sc. and M.Tech.). Previously he was served as […]