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CIVIL ENGG.2nd Yr/IISem.Advanced Hydraulics

Hydraulics of Advanced for Civil Engineers

Students Enrolled : 0
Total lectures : 43

What will I learn from this course?

  • Thorough in Advanced Hydraulics


  • Any fluid mechanics literature on Pumps and Turbines

Who is the target audience?

  • All Streams of B.tech and B.E Students


Hydrologists are traditionally concerned with the supply of water for domestic and agricultural use and the prevention of flood disasters. However, their field of interest also includes hydropower generation, navigation, water quality control, thermal pollution, recreation and the protection and conservation of nature. In fact, any intervention in the hydrological regime to fulfil the needs of the society belongs to the domain of the hydrologist.

Course Curriculum

  • Lec 1: Introduction of Advanced Hydraulics 1h 3m 35s                        
  • Lec 2: Various Classifications of Open Channel Flows 58m 40s                        
  • Lec 3: Flow Classifications and Velocity Vibrations 1h 14m 00s                        
  • Lec 4: Pressure Distribution 59m 17s                        
  • Lec 5: Equation of Continuity and Energy 58m 30s                        
  • Lec 6: Specific Energy and Critical Flow 57m 1s                        
  • Lec 7: Energy Momentum and Specific Force 1h 12m 20s                        
  • Lec 8: Computational of Critical Flow Part-1 1h 3m 33s                        
  • Lec 9: Computational of Critical Flow Part-2 52m 56s                        
  • Module 2: Lec 10: Introduction to Uniform Flow 53m 51s                        
  • Lec 11: Manning Equation and Normal Depth 50m 10s                        
  • Lec 12: Uniform Flow Computation Part 1 18m 13s                        
  • Lec 13: Uniform Flow in Compound Sections, Concept of Normal Slope 1h 1m 45s                        
  • Lec14: Uniform Flow Approximation For Flood Discharge 53m 20s                        
  • Lec 15: Design of Channels For Uniform Flow 59m s                        
  • Lec 16: Design of Channels Using Uniform Flow 51m 31s                        
  • Lec 17: Design of Erodible Channels 1h 9m 55s                        
  • Lec 18: Introduction to Gradually Varied Flows 55m 53s                        
  • Lec 19: Gradually Varied Flow 58m 30s                        
  • Lec 20: Classifications of Gradually Varied Flow 56m 37s                        
  • Lec 21: Classifications of Gradually Varied Flow 58m 56s                        
  • Lec 22: Gradually Varied Flow Profiles With Change in Bed Slopes 1h 32m 00s                        
  • Lec 23: GVF Profile Properties and Transistional Depths 56m 39s                        
  • Lec 24: Gradually Varied Flow Computations Part-1 56m 38s                        
  • Lec 25: Gradually Varied Flow Computations Part-2. RK Method 54m 58s                        
  • Lec 26: Standard Step Method For Gradually Varied Flow Computations 56m 50s                        
  • Lec 27: Spatially Varied Flow 58m 46s                        
  • Lec 28: Features on Spatially Varied Flow 54m 1s                        
  • Lec 29: Rapidly varied Flow- Introduction 54m 47s                        
  • Lec 30: Theoritical aspects of Hydraulic Jump 57m 40s                        
  • Lec 31: Characteristics of Jumps in Rectangular Channel 52m 2s                        
  • Lec 32: Features of Hydraulic Pumps 53m 15s                        
  • Lec 33: Jumps as Energy Dissipators 52m 46s                        
  • Lec 34: Jump Controls 57m 21s                        
  • Lec 35: Surges (1) 55m 38s                        
  • Lec 36: Surges (2) 55m 49s                        
  • Lec 37: Channel Transitions 57m 29s                        
  • Lec 38: Channel Transitions Part 2 58m 16s                        
  • Lec 39: Channel Transition Part 3 1h 55m 00s                        
  • Lec 40: Application of Momentum Principles 59m 7s                        
  • Lec 41: Pumps-1 58m 15s                        
  • Lec 42: Turbines Part -3 ( Pumps,Turbines) 53m 31s                        
  • Lec 43: Turbines, Cavitation 55m 18s                        

About Tutor

Dr. Suresh A. Kartha ,Associate Professor (IIT Guwahati)

Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Guwahati (March 2014 onwards)

(Also worked as Visiting Associate Professor in Water Engineering Management, School of Engineering and Technology, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand from Sept-2015 to Dec-2015) 

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Guwahati (April 2008 - March 2014onwards)

Senior Lecturer, Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Guwahati (August 2007 to March 2008)

Project Associate Grade-I, Centre for Industrial Consultancy and Scientific Research, IIT Madras (March 2000 to November 2000)

G.M. NAWATHE BEST PAPER PRIZE in HYDRO -- 05, the annual conference conducted by Indian Society for Hydraulics (ISH) in the December 2005 

BEST PAPER AWARD in the 15th Congress of Asia and Pacific Division of International Association of Hydraulic Research (APD-IAHR) in August 2006

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