Watershed hydrology and hydraulic measurements - Principles of hydrologic modeling for surface water - Introduction to ground water engineering - Design of erodible and non-erodible channels open channels - Flow characterization of lakes & reservoirs and its design engineering - Design and construction aspects of water resources structures - Dams and ancillary water supply structures -Flood-damage mitigation and storm water control structures - Planning of water resources projects and introduction to water resources management - Field visits to water resources projects and laboratory facilities.


Bachelor Degree in Construction and Building Engineering


  • This course is designed to provide the students with the fundamentals of hydrology, water resources engineering and water resources management.


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Course Content

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1Week No.1: Fields and management challenges of water resources (quality and quantity) for the municipal, industrial and agricultural sectors.
2Week No.2: Watershed descriptive hydrology and measurements.
3Week No.3: Quantitative hydrology and principles of sustainability.
4Week No.4: Quantitative surface water hydrology.
5Week No.5: Groundwater hydrology, and principles of sustainability.
6Week No.6: Groundwater engineering.
7Week No.7: Flow regimes in natural & open channel streams and sediment transport.
8Week No.8: Design of water supply open channels uniform flow.
9Week No.9: Design of water supply open channels: non-uniform flow.
10Week No.10: Reservoirs and lakes.
11Week No.11: Hydraulic structures for water resources management.
12Week No.12: Hydraulic structures.
13Week No.13: Flood-damage mitigation structures and storm-water management.
14Week No.14: Sustainability of water resources management and effects of global climate change.
15Week No.15: Case studies of water resources development and water quality management.
16Week No.16: Final Exam.

Markets and Career

  • Generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electrical power for public and private sectors to secure both continuous and emergency demands.
  • Electrical power feeding for civil and military marine and aviation utilities.
  • Electrical works in construction engineering.

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