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Unit – 1

HYDROLOGY

Overland flow and inter flow

Stream flow and groundwater flow, The hydrograph and hyetograph

Effective rainfall, Methods of base flow separation, Estimation of infiltration

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Unit – 2

HYDROGRAPH

Hydrograph and the catchment’s characteristics, Shape of the catchment

Size of the catchment, Slope, Effect of rainfall intensity and duration on hydrograph

Effect of spatial distribution of rainfall on hydrograph, Direction of storm movement

Rainfall intensity, Unit hydrograph assumptions, Unit hydrograph limitations,

Application of the unit hydrograph, Application of the S – curve

Unit hydrograph for ungauged catchments, Catchment modelling

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Unit – 3

GROUND WATER

Water table contours and regional flow, Aquifer properties and ground water flow

Specific storage (ss), Aquifers and confining layers

Continuity equation and Darcy’s law under steady state conditions

Steady one dimensional flow in aquifers, Confined aquifers, Aquifer with constant thickness,

 Aquifer with variable thickness, WELLS,  Installation of tube wells,

Cable-tool percussion drilling, Rotary Drilling method, Classification of soil water,

Soil water constants expressed in depth units, Water absorption by plants, Watering interval for crops

Root Zone, Soil Moisture tension, Wilts, Variations in the country’s irrigation demands

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Unit – 5

Design of Canals

Hydraulically Efficient Channel, Selection of Lining

Design of Lined Channels, lined or nonerodible, unlined, earthen, or erodible

Longitudinal slope,  Permissible Velocities: Minimum and Maximum, Resistance to the flow

Freeboard, wind – driven waves, tidal action, hydraulic jumps, superelevation of the water surface as the –

flow goes round curves at high velocities, the interception of storm runoff by the channel

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