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NPTEL
>> Civil Engineering >> Advanced Hydrology (Web) >>
Lecture 1: Weather and hydrologic cycle
Modules / Lectures
Module 1: Hydrologic Cycle
Lecture 1: Weather and hydrologic cycle
Lecture 2: Weather and hydrologic cycle (contd.)
Lecture 3: Hydrologic losses
Module 2: Philosophy of Mathematical Models of Watershed Hydrology
Lecture 1: Philosophy of mathematical models of watershed hydrology
Lecture 2: Philosophy of mathematical models of watershed hydrology (contd.)
Module 3: Hydrologic Analysis
Lecture 1: Watershed and rainfallrunoff relationship
Lecture 2: Watershed and rainfallrunoff relationship (contd.)
Lecture 3: Hydrograph analysis
Lecture 4: Introduction to unit hydrograph
Lecture 5: Derivation of Scurve and discrete convolution equations
Lecture 6: Synthetic unit hydrograph
Module 4: Hydrologic Analysis (contd.)
Lecture 1: Kinematic wave method
Lecture 2: Kinematic overland flow routing
Lecture 3: Kinematic channel modeling
Module 5: Flood Routing
Lecture 1: Introduction to flood routing
Lecture 2: Level pool routing and Modified Pul’s method
Lecture 3: Channel routing methods
Lecture 4: Hydraulic routing
Module 6: Equations Governing Hydrologic and Hydraulic Routing
Lecture 1: Reynolds transport theorem and open channel flow
Lecture 2: NavierStokes and Saint Venant equations
Lecture 3: Derivation of momentum equation
Lecture 4: Derivation of momentum equation (contd.)
Lecture 5: Energy equation and numerical problems
Module 7: Hydrological Statistics
Lecture 1: Introduction to probability distribution
Lecture 2: Statistical moments
Lecture 3: Measures of central tendency and dispersion
Lecture 4: Measures of symmetry and correlation
Lecture 5: Commonly used distributions in hydrology
Lecture 6: Goodness of fit tests
Lecture 7: Statistical parameter estimation
Module 8: Hydrological Statistics (contd.)
Lecture 1: Frequency analysis
Lecture 2: Markov process and Thomas Fierring model
Lecture 3: Markov chain
Lecture 4: Data generation
Lecture 5: Reliability analysis
Module 9: hydrologic Simulation Models
Lecture 1: Introduction to hydrologic simulation modelling
Lecture 2: Steps in watershed modelling
Lecture 3: Major hydrologic modelsHSPF, HEC and MIKE
Lecture 4: MIKE models
Lecture 5: Urban flood risk mapping using MOUSE, MIKE 21 and MIKE FLOOD
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