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Water Resources and Irrigation Engineering - CE6703

Water Resources and Irrigation Engineering

WATER RESOURCES and WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT


-:- Engineering economy in water resources planning
-:- Water Resources Development
-:- Water Resources Project Planning
-:- Basin wise water resource project development
-:- Surface and Ground Water Resources
-:- National Policy For Water Resources Development
-:- Water Resources Planning
-:- Water allocation priorities
-:- Guidelines for drinking and irrigation water projects
-:- Water quality
-:- Drought prone area development
-:- Water harvesting practices
-:- Implementation of water resources projects
-:- Precipitation And Evapotranspiration
-:- Irrigation Water Requirements
-:- Delineation of irrigation cropping pattern zones
-:- Water characteristics and quality
-:- Concepts for Planning Water Resources Development
-:- Water budget and development plan
-:- Ground-Water Systems Change in Response to Pumping
-:- High Plains Aquifer
-:- Scope and aims of master plan in Irrigation Water
-:- Purpose of the Water Resources Plan
-:- Water Reservoir
-:- Single Purpose Reservoirs
-:- Multipurpose reservoirs
-:- Fixation of Storage capacity
-:- The functions of reservoirs
-:- Sedimentation of reservoirs
-:- Strategies for reservoir operation
-:- Levees and Floodwalls
-:- Advantages and Disadvantages of Levees and Floodwalls

IRRIGATION ENGINEERING


-:- Irrigation
-:- Need and Development of Irrigation in India
-:- Advantages And Disadvantages of Irrigation
-:- Environmental Effects of Irrigation
-:- Irrigation Requirements of Certain Important Indian crops
-:- Important Definitions in Crops Irrigation
-:- Optimum Utilization of Irrigation Water
-:- Crops and Crop seasons
-:- Crops of Kharif Season
-:- Crops of Rabi Season
-:- Other Major Crops of Kharif Season and Rabi Season
-:- Multiple Cropping and Hybrid Cropping
-:- Water Requirements of Crops
-:- Relation between duty of Water and delta for crops
-:- Flow duty and Quantity duty
-:- Irrigation Efficiencies
-:- Planning of Irrigation Projects
-:- Drip irrigation Method
-:- Diversion Head Works: Weir and Barrage
-:- Types of Diversion Weir and Tank Weir
-:- Isolated Tanks and Tanks in Series
-:- Earthen Dams and Rock Fill Dams
-:- Type of Earthen Dams
-:- Methods of constructing Earthen Dams
-:- Clasication of Irrigation projects
-:- Clasication of Masonry or concrete dams
-:- Middle Third Rule
-:- The Forces that are acting on the Dam Are
-:- Forces Acting On Dams
-:- Definition and Types of Arch Dams
-:- Constant Radius Arch Dams and Angle Arch Dams
-:- Forces Acting on Arch Dams

CANAL IRRIGATION


-:- Canals
-:- Command Areas
-:- Planning of an Irrigation Canal System
-:- Alignment Of Irrigation Canals
-:- Curves In Canals
-:- Duty of Water
-:- Canal Losses
-:- Estimation of Design Discharge af a Canal
-:- Canal Outlets
-:- Need and Types Of Cross-Drainage Structure
-:- Selection of Suitable Cross Drainatge Structure
-:- Design of Crossdrainage Structures
-:- Canal Head Regulator
-:- River Training For Canal Headworks
-:- River Training
-:- Classification of River Training Works
-:- Principles and Methods of River Training
-:- Planning For River Training Measures
-:- Classification of Guide Banks
-:- River Training: Design Parameters
-:- Embankment as River Training Work
-:- Bank Protection
-:- Spurs (or) Groynes, (or) Spur Dike
-:- Types of Spurs

IRRIGATION METHODS AND MANAGEMENT


-:- Canal Irrigation System
-:- Alignment of Canals
-:- Types of Irrigation System
-:- Distribution System for Canal Irrigation
-:- Gravity Irrigation
-:- Tank Irrigation
-:- Lift Irrigation
-:- Well Irrigation
-:- Techniques of Water Distribution in the Farms
-:- Sprinkler Irrigation Method
-:- Types of sprinkler systems
-:- Advantage and limitations of sprinkler irrigation
-:- Drip irrigation Method
-:- Need for optimum use of water
-:- Optimisation or Efficiency of Water Use in Agriculture
-:- Minimizing irrigation water losses
-:- Approach to Planning, Construction and Maintenance of on Farm Development Works
-:- Status of Participatory Irrigation Management (PIM)
-:- Necessity of Participatory Irrigation Management (PIM)
-:- Constraints in Implementation of PIM (Issues)
-:- PIM as A Thrust Area/Priority Item
-:- Functions of farmers’ organisations at different
-:- A Rights Based Approach to Water User Associations In India
-:- Changing paradigms in water management