Irrigation Engineering

5,672 views
4,902 views

Published on

as per gtu syllebus course contents.

Published in: Education, Technology, Business
0 Comments
4 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
5,672
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
3
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
351
Comments
0
Likes
4
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Irrigation Engineering

  1. 1. Irrigation engineering (170602) B.E. 7TH DARSHAN INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Prepared by :- Assistant Professor Vidhi.
  2. 2. Irrigation  What?  artificial application of water  Where to apply?  to the root zone of the crop  When to apply?  at right time  How much to apply?  in required quantity  What for?  for optimum crop yield
  3. 3. IRRIGATION ENGINEERING • IT IS A SCIENCE DEALING WITH • PLANNING , DESIGNING, CONSTRUCTION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF IRRIGATION WORKS.
  4. 4. Introduction • scope • advantages • disadvantages • types of irrigation system • soil water plant relationship
  5. 5. Water requirements of crops • Duty • Delta • Consumptive use of water • Irrigation efficiency
  6. 6. Module ii • Methods of irrigation • Irrigation channels
  7. 7. Methods of Irrigation Module-II Part-I
  8. 8. Methods of irrigation Surface methods Subsurface methods Sprinkler irrigation
  9. 9. Irrigation Channels Module-II Part-II
  10. 10. Irrigation channels Permenant inudation Feeder carrier Main Branch Productive Protective Contour Watershed
  11. 11. Methods of irrigation  Sub types  Components  Design considerations  Advantages  Disadvantages  Design  Applicability  Modern methods Irrigation channels  Components  Cross sections  Design theories  Lining of canal  Problem (waterlogging)  Drainage methods  Land reclamation
  12. 12. Module III Head works what A hydraulic structure across a river why for the purpose of raising water level where so it can be diverted in the canal is head works.
  13. 13. Diversion head works
  14. 14. Head works •Dam Storage •Weir •Barrage Diversion
  15. 15. Types of head works Selection of site Components Failures Design bligh’s & khosla’s theory
  16. 16. Module IV Cross drainage works Canal regulation works
  17. 17. Canal Regulation Works 170602 Module-IV Part-II
  18. 18. Canal regulation works The structures constructed on a canal to regulate the discharge, full supply level and velocity of flow are known as canal regulation works
  19. 19. Canal regulation works Canal falls Cross regulator Distributary head regulator Canal escapes
  20. 20. Cross drainage work •It is a hydraulic structure constructed for carrying a canal across a natural drain
  21. 21. Types of cd works Canal over drain • Aqueduct • Syphon aqueduct Drain over canal • Super passage • Canal syphon Mix water canal and drain • Level crossing • Inlets and outlets
  22. 22. Course work • Assignments 1. Introduction. 2. Methods of irrigation. 3. Irrigation channels. 4. Diversion head works. 5. Cross Drainage Works.
  23. 23. Presentation on model Roll no Topic 1 to 10 Ogee fall 11 to 20 Rapid fall 21 to 30 Stepped fall 31 to 40 Notch fall 41 to 50 Vertical drop fall 51 to 60 Glasis fall 61 to 70 Montague fall 71 to 80 Inglis fall
  24. 24. • University external – 30 marks • Mid sem - 30 marks (module 1 – 30 marks, 2 - 30 marks, 3 - 30 marks Average of three exams ) • Practical internal – 20 marks (presentation on model )
  25. 25. REFRENCE BOOKS 1. P.N. Modi, Irrigation, Water Resources and Water Power Engineering, Standard Book house, New Delhi 2. S.K. Sharma, Principles and Practice of Irrigation Engineering, S. Chand & Company Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi 3. B.C. Punmia, and B.B. Pande, “Irrigation and Water Power Engineering”, Laxmi Publication Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi
  26. 26. 4. S.K.Gerg irrigation engineering and hydraulic structure. 5. K.R.Arora irrigation engineering and hydraulic structure.
  27. 27. Any Question ?

×