Application of the hydraulic & hydrologic principles to the design and construction of irrigation and drainage systems - Crop water requirements and hydrologic determination of the design flow - traditional and modern irrigation methods and systems - Types of drainage systems - hydraulics of surface drainage-ground water interface - Irrigation and drainage system design and structures.


Bachelor Degree in Construction and Building Engineering


  • The course is designed to teach essentials of planning, ion and design of irrigation and drainage systems and other related topics related to the sustainable management of water resources and disposal or reuse of drainage waters as sectors of water resources system.


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Course Content

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1Week No.1: Water requirements for irrigation and overview of irrigation systems & agricultural & urban drainage system.
2Week No.2: Introduction to sustainability of irrigation and drainage ecosystems. Overview of irrigation and drainage structures.
3Week No.3: Soil-Water-Crop relationship.
4Week No.4: Crop water requirements.
5Week No.5: Synoptic diagram for surface irrigation and drainage systems.
6Week No.6: Design of cross-sections for surface irrigation channels.
7Week No.7: Design of cross-sections for surface (storm) drainage channels.
8Week No.8: Water conservation-Introduction to sprinkler and drip irrigation systems and water management.
9Week No.9: Selection of sprinkler and drip irrigation systems components.
10Week No.10: Sprinkler irrigation systems.
11Week No.11: Drip irrigation systems.
12Week No.12: Drip irrigation systems.
13Week No.13: Drainage system ,planning,design,construction and operation of subsurface and land drainage.
14Week No.14: Quality of drainage water and impact on fresh water resources and coastal waters.
15Week No.15: Review of case studies for irrigation and drainage projects.
16Week No.16: Final Exam.

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