Hydrology & Water Resources Management Lab (CE3541)

Pre-requisite(s)

None

Recommended Book(s)

Introduction To Hydrology, 5th Edition Prentice Hall. Warren Viessman, Jr. And Gary L. Lewis


Reference Book(s)

Hydrology For Engineers, R. K. Linsley, Max A. Kohler, And Joseph L. Paulhus, McGraw-Hill Education (ISE Editions); International 2 Revised Edition (June 1, 1982)

Water Resources Engineering, Linsley, R. K., J. Franzini, McGraw Hill; 4th Edition (June 1, 1992)

Course Objectives

To enable students to learn broad areas of hydrological engineering and principles of water management particularly in irrigated agriculture.

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

CLO:1            Gain the ability to learn basic areas of hydrological engineering.

CLO:2            Gain the ability to measure different hydrological quantities/components such as precipitation, stream flows, run-offs, and ground water.

CLO:3            Be able to develop design worksheets and use of software.

Course Contents

Estimation of evaporation by pans.

Measurement of evapotranspiration by lysimeter.

Determination of channel flow by using current meter.

Measurement of Temperature relative humidity, wind velocity & direction in an open field.

Measurement of rainfall using various equipments and developing worksheets.

Mapping of CLOs to Program Learning Outcomes


Mapping of CLOs to Lab Practical of Hydrology & Water Resources Management Lab

                                CLO’s

CLO-1

(Basic knowledge)

CLO-2

(Ability to measure water quantities)

CLO-3

 (Computer Application)

Practicals

Estimation of evaporation by pans.

 

 

Measurement of evapotranspiration by lysimeter.

 

 

Determination of channel flow by using current meter.

 

 

Measurement of Temperature relative humidity, wind velocity & direction in an open field.

 

 

Measurement of rainfall using various equipment and developing worksheets.

 

Mapping of CLOs to Assessment Modules

CLOs

CLO-1

(Basic knowledge)

CLO-2

(Ability to measure water quantities)

CLO-3

 (Computer Application)

Assessment Modules

Practice (40%)

Midterm Exam (20%)

 

Final Exam (40%)