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Irrigation Engineering - IE

Course: B.Tech / BEGroup: Irrigation Engineering
IRRIGATION ENGINEERING
Types of Irrigation
Techniques of Water Distribution in the Farms
Water Requirements – Crop Period or Base Period
Duty and Delta of a Crop
Crop Season and Indian Agriculture
Optimum Utilisation of Irrigation Water
Irrigation Efficiencies
Consumptive Use of Evapotranspiration
Effective Rainfall
Estimation of Consumptive Use – 1
Estimation of Consumptive Use – 2
Soil-Moisture-Irrigation Relationship
Canal Irrigation System – Alignment
Canal Irrigation System – Curves in Channels
Losses of Water in Canal
Canal Regulation
Design Capacity for an Irrigation Canal
Sediment Load
Sediment Transport – Bed Load and its Measurement
Sediment Transport Importance
Stable Channels Design in India
Cross-Section of an Irrigation Canal
Irrigation Canal – Maintenance
Lining of Canal
Channel Cross-sections
Hard Surface or Rigid Linings
Salinity and Water-logging
Causes of Water-logging
Sub-surface or Tile Drainage
Reclamation of Saline and Alkaline Lands
Method of Pricing Irrigation
Classification of Rivers
Indian Rivers and Their Classification
Behavior of Rivers
Control and Training of Rivers
Diversion Head Works – Weir and Barrage
Gravity and Non-Gravity Weirs
Hydraulic Jump
Bligh’s Creep Theory
Khosla’s Theory
Design of Modern Weirs and Barrages
Canal Falls – Types
Canal Falls – Location
Types of Cross Drainage Work
High Flood Discharge Computation
Depth of Bridge Foundation
Aquifers and Their Type-1
Open Well and Dug Well
Categories of Dams
Important Dams of India
Various Types of Dams
Reservoirs
Gravity Dam Design – Typical Cross-section
Gravity Dams – Stability
Types of Earthen Dams
Design Criteria of Earth Dams
Failure of Earthen Dams
Stability of Earthen Slopes
Location of Spillway
Dam Outlet
Irrigation Engineering, IE