Masters in Water & Land Management

OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES IN WATER & LAND RESOURCES

 To understand history & development of optimization concepts

 To formulate Linear and dynamic programming for real world problems

 To understand different optimization techniques available for obtaining solution for real world problems

 To find optimized solutions for transportation and assignment problems

 To learn simulation and other optimization techniques

Text Books:

1. S.D. Sharma: ―Operations Research‖ KedaranathRamnath& Co. Meerut.

2. Rao,S.S. ―Engineering Optimization‖,John Wiley & Sons,1996

3. Kanti Swarup, P.K. Gupta &Manmohan ―Operations Research‖ Sultan Chand & Sons, 2014.

Reference Books:

1. H.A. Taha: ―Operations Research‖ Macmilan publishing Co.

2. Ravindran,D.T.,Philips and Solberg,J.J.―Operation Research- Principles and practice‖, Wiley Pub., 1987.

3. Hiller,F.S., and Liberman,G.J. ―Introduction to operation Research‖-(1992), CBS publication and Distributions, New Delhi.

SURFACE WATER HYDROLOGY

 To Analyze components of hydrologic cycle

 To Predict hydrologic extreme events for hydraulic and hydrologic design

 To Develop forecasting models for operation of hydrologic systems

 To understand extent of surface water resources

Text Books:

1. Subramanya K.―Engineering Hydrology‖, Tata McGraw Hill, 1998

2. Jaya Rami Reddy, P. ―A text book of Hydrology‖, Laxmi publications,2009

3. Putty, M. R.Y. ―Principles of Hydrology‖, I.K. Int. Publishing House, New Delhi,2010

Reference Books:

1. Linsley R K, Kohler and Paulhus. ―Hydrology for Engineers‖, McGraw Hill, NY, USA,1958.

2. Mutreja, K. N. ―Applied hydrology‖, Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Co., New Delhi, India1986.

3. Chow, V.T. ―Handbook of Applied hydrology‖, McGraw Hill, NY, 1964

 To Analyze components of hydrologic cycle

 To Predict hydrologic extreme events for hydraulic and hydrologic design

 To Develop forecasting models for operation of hydrologic systems

 To understand extent of surface water resources

Text Books:

1. Subramanya K.―Engineering Hydrology‖, Tata McGraw Hill, 1998

2. Jaya Rami Reddy, P. ―A text book of Hydrology‖, Laxmi publications,2009

3. Putty, M. R.Y. ―Principles of Hydrology‖, I.K. Int. Publishing House, New Delhi,2010

Reference Books:

1. Linsley R K, Kohler and Paulhus. ―Hydrology for Engineers‖, McGraw Hill, NY, USA,1958.

2. Mutreja, K. N. ―Applied hydrology‖, Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Co., New Delhi, India1986.

3. Chow, V.T. ―Handbook of Applied hydrology‖, McGraw Hill, NY, 1964

HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES

· To explain the factors governing site selection for construction of different hydraulic structures and procedure for report/documentation;

· To estimate forces to be considered for design of hydraulic structures like gravity dam, earth dam, diversion structures, regulators, canals;

· To analyze & design different hydraulic structures like dam, regulator, and canal.

Text Books:

1. Modi, P.N. ―Irrigation, Water Resources and Water Power Engineering‖ Standard Book House, New Delhi, 2nd ed, 1990. 7

2. Garg S.K, Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulic Structures, Khanna Publishers N.D. 2006.

Reference Books:-

1. Varshney ―Concrete dams‖— Oxford & IBH Publications, 1978

2. Creager, Justin, Hinds. ―Engineering for Dams (Volume-I, II and III)‖ – Wiley India Publications.

REMOTE SENSING & GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM

· The principles of Remote Sensing and GIS

· To develop spatial database for its various application

· To perform various spatial analysis related to water and land management

Text Books:

1. M. Anji Reddy, ‗Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems‘ 4th Edition, BS Publications.

2. Kang-Tsung Chang, ‗Introduction to Geographic Information Systems‘, McGraw-Hill Book Company.

Reference Books:

1. Longley, P. A., Goodchild, M. F., Maguire, D. J., and Rhind, D. W., ‗Geographic Information Systems and Science‘, 2nd Edition, John Wiley and Sons.

2. Burrough, P. A., and McDonnell, R. A. ‗Principles of Geographical Information Systems‘, Oxford University Press, 2nd Edition.

3. Demers, M. N., ‗Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems‘, John Wiley & Sons, 3rd Edition.

WATER POLLUTION: CONTROL, TREATMENT AND MANAGEMENT

· To have thorough knowledge of Sampling ,Water Acts, National Water Policy

· Effects of Industrial waste on water and land,

· Sources and estimation of point and non point sources of pollution.

· Geo-environmental Issues and management

· Water law ,Environmental Protection Law, legislation,

· Characterization of industrial Wastewater Pollutants.

Text Book:

1. H.S. Peavy, D.R. Rowe, G. Tchobanoglous. Environmental Engineering, McgrowHill International Edition, 1st Edition, 2013.

2. Dr. B.C. Punmia, Arun Kumar Jain, Ashok Kumar Jain. Environmental Engineering 11 II, Laxmi Publications Pvt Limited, 2005.

Reference Books:

1. Metcalf and Eddy, A Text Book of Waste Water Engineering

2. Sparks, D.L., “Environmental Soil Chemistry” Academic Press, New York, 2002.

3. Alvarez-Benedi J. and Munoz-Carpena, R., “Soil-Water-Solute Process Characterization: An Integrated Approach” CRC Press, New York, 2005.

WATERSHED: PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

· To understand causes and extent of soil erosion

· To study various possible soil conservation measures on a watershed

· To know various water harvesting and groundwater recharge measures

· To understand the watershed characteristics.

Text Books:

1. Tideman, E. M., ―Watershed Management‖, Omega Scientific Publishers, New

Delhi,2002

2. Suresh Rao, Soil and Water Conservation Practices, Standard Publishers, 2003.

3. J. V. S Murthy, Watershed Management, New Age International Publishers, 1998.

Reference Books:

1. Heathcote, I. W., ―Integrated Watershed Management‖ Springer.

2. Strahler, A. H.,‖Modern physical geography‖, John Wiley & Sons, 1991.

3. V.V. N. Murthy, Land and Water Management, Kalyani Publishers, 1994.

GROUND WATER HYDROLOGY

· To Introduce groundwater hydrology

· To understand Groundwater Flow in Aquifers

· To Model Groundwater Flow in Aquifers

· To know Geophysical Methods in Groundwater Exploration

Text Books

1. A. K. Rastogi., Numerical Groundwater Hydrology, Penram International Publishing (India) Pvt.Ltd.2007.

Reference Books:

1. Todd D.K. & Mays, L.W., ―Ground Water Hydrology‖, 3 Ed, Wiley.

2. Raghunath H.M., ―Ground Water‖, New Age Publishers, 2007.

SOLID WASTE ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

· To provide detailed knowledge and skills in solid waste management.

· To provide detailed knowledge of treatment, disposal and recycling options for solid wastes.

· To provide detailed knowledge of principles of existing and emerging technologies for the treatment of waste and recovery of value from waste.

Text Books:

1. Tchobanoglous G., Theissen H., and Eliassen R., ―Solid Waste Engineering Principles and Management Issues‖, McGraw Hill, New York.

2. H.S. Peavy, D.R. Rowe, G. Tchobanoglous. Environmental Engineering, McgrowHill International Edition, 1st Edition, 2013.

Reference Books:

1. Mantel C. L.,(1975), ―Solid Waste Management‖, John Wiley

2. Pavoni J.L., ―Handbook of Solid Waste Disposal‖.

URBAN FLOOD PLANNING & MANAGEMENT

· To explain the urban flooding-its types and characteristics, influence of urban density on floods

· To understand the key uncertainties of climate and expected consequences of climate change

· To explain the types of flood damages, loss of life estimation and to explain impacts of land use change on runoff

· To elaborate the concept of Resilience, Vulnerability, Robustness & Sustainability of flood response

· To analyze and design the SUDS systems and FFWRS

· To acquire deeper knowledge of disaster mitigation and management

Text Books:

1. Chris Zevenbergen, Adraian Cashman, Erik Pasche and Richard Ashely. ―Urban Flood Management‖, CRC Press-2010 Edition

2. Richard Ashley, Stephen Garvin, Erik Pasche, Andreas Vassilopoulos, Chris Zevenbergen. ―Advances in Urban Flood Management‖ CRC Press-2007 Edition.

Reference Books:

1. Wheater, H. S., Mcintyre, N., Jackson, B. M., Marshall, M. R., Ballard, C., Bulygina, N. S., Reynolds, B. and Frogbrook, Z. ―Multiscale Impacts of Land Management on Flooding‖, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK, (2010).

2. Arun Kumar. ―Handbook of Flood Management: Flood Risk Simulation, Warning, Assessment and Mitigation‖, SBS Publisher, India, Vol. 1 2009.

WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS AND MODELLING

· To know the process of pollution contaminant mechanism

· To know the water quality modeling Techniques

· To know water quality management measures

Text Books:

1. Robert V. Thomann and John A. Mueller, Principles of surface water quality modelling and control. Harper & Row, 1987, ISBN 060466774, 9780060466770

2. Steven C. Chapra, ―Surface water quality modelling‖. McGraw-Hill, 1997. ISBN: 0071152423, 9780071152426

Reference Books:

1. Jerald L. Schnoor, ―Environmental Modelling‖. Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd, 1996, ISBN:9780471124368

2. Thomann, ―Systems Analysis and Water Quality Management‖. McGraw-Hill Inc.,US, ISBN-13: 978-0070642140

3. A. K. Rastogi, ―Numerical Groundwater Hydrology‖, International Publishing (India) 1. Pvt. Ltd. (2007).

SOIL EROSION AND CONSERVATION

· To understand the mechanism of erosion by Water and Wind

· To know the method of estimation and measurement of erosion.

· To know soil conservation problems in Forest, Hilly, Water logged and Wetland areas.

· To study land and water management practices for soil conservation in Semi-arid and Arid zones of India

Text Books

2. R.P. Tripathi, and H.P.Singh,. Soil Erosion and Conservation, New Age International (P) Ltd., Publishers.2015

3. Singh,G. Venkataramanan, C. And Sastry G. (1981). Manual of Soil and Water conservation practices in India. Central Soil and Water Conservation Research and Training Institute, Dehradun. I.C.A.R. Bulletin No. T-13/D-10

4. Rama Rao, M.S.V. (1974). Soil conservation in India, I.C.A.R., New Delhi

Reference Books:

3. Glenn, O.S., Delmar, D.F., William, J.E., Richard, K. F. Soil and Water Conservation Engineering., John Wiley & Sons (Asia) Pte Ltd, Singapore.

4. Kohake, H. And Bertrand, A.R. (1954). Soil conservation, McGraw Hill Book Co.

5. Gadkary, D.A. (1966). A manual on souil conservation. Department fo agriculture, Goernment of Maharashtra, Pune, India.

6. Sawhney,K. And Daji, J.A. (1961). Soil and Water Conservartion. Hand book of Agricluture, I.C.A.R. Publication, New Delhi.

IRRIGATION TECHNOLOGY AND IRRIGATION WATER MANAGEMENT

· To know about advanced techniques of irrigation in India

· To understand soil water movement in the root zone of agricultural crops

· To understand crop water requirement of different crops to fix the duration and frequency for irrigation.

· To Know about water conveyance and reclaimation of land subjected to waterlogging and salinity

Text Books:

1. Modi. P. N., Irrigation, Water Resources & Water Power Engineering- Standard Publishers, New Delhi

2. B. C. Punmia, Pande, Ashok kumar and Arunkumar Jain ―Irrigation and water power engineering‖ Laxmi Publications (P) LTD.

3. Chaturvedi. M.C, ―Water Resources Systems Planning and Management‖, Tata McGraw Hill. NY

Reference Books:

1. Linsley, R. K. and Frazinini, J. B.,-―Water Resources Engineering‖2nd Ed. McGraw Hill, NY

2. James L.D and Lee R.R. ―Economics of Water Resources Systems Planning‖ McGraw Hill. NY

WASTEWATER RECLAMATION AND REUSE

· To provide a basic description and understanding of Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse And the principal unit processes used in the treatment of wastewater.

· To understand the scientific basis of each unit process, as well as the conventional approach to their engineering design.

· To provide an understanding of the Reuse Of Wastewater Using Arobic And Anaerobic Reactor.

· To provide an understanding of the Theoretical principles and design of Physical and Biological Treatment Methods.

· To provide an understanding of the Risk Assessment, Legal Aspects, Health Aspects in wastewater Reclamation and Reuse and Advanced Wastewater Treatment.

· To provide an understanding of the Recent Advancement of Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse, Rural wastewater systems.

Text Books:

1. Metcalf and Eddy Inc., ―Wastewater Engineering – Treatment and Reuse‖, 4th Edition, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., New Delhi.

2. Karia G.L., and Christian R.A., ―Wastewater Treatment Concepts and Design 31 Approach‖ , Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.

3. Ronand L., and Droste, ―Theory and Practice of Water and Wastewater Treatment‖, John Wiley and Sons Inc.

Reference Books:

1. Benefield R.D., and Randal C.W., ―Biological Process Design for Wastewater Treatment‖, Prentice Hall, Englewood Chiffs, New Jersey.

2. Lee C.C., and Lin S.D., ―Handbook of Environmental Engineering Calculations‖, McGraw Hill, New York.

3. ―Industrial Safety and Pollution Control Handbook‖, National Safety Council and Associate (Data) Publishers Pvt. Ltd.

4. ―Handbook of Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse‖ , 1st Edition, Donald R. Rowe, Isam Mohammed Abdel-Magid

OPEN CHANNEL HYDRULICS

· To understand Pressure and Velocity distribution across channel section

· To study the critical depth and hydraulic exponents for flow in different channel sections.

· To study the uniform flow through different sections of prismatic channels.

· To understand the water surface profiles under gradually varied flow conditions.

· To understand the energy dissipation in hydraulic jump.

Text Books

1. K. Subramanya, Flow in Open Channels, TATA Mc GRAW HILL Publishing Company Limited, New Delhi.

2. Chaudhry, M.H., Open Channel Flow, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersy, USA, 1993. 3. K.G. Ranga Raju, Flow through open channels, TATA Mc GRAW HILL Publishing Company Limited, New Delhi

Reference Books:

1. Chow, V.T., ―Open Channel Hydraulics‖, Mc Graw-Hill, New York, USA,1959.

2. Henderson, F.M., Open Channel Flow, Mcmillan, New York, 1966.

3. Rouse, H., Engineering Hydraulics, John Wiley, New York, 1950.

4. French, R.H., Open channel hydraulics, Mc Graw Hill Book Co., New York, 1985

WETLAND MANAGEMENT

· To understand history and definitions of Wetlands

· To know about wetland classification and delineation

· To have knowledge of major wetland indicators i.e. Hydrology, Hydric soil and Hydrophytes

· To understand different techniques of wetland conservation, restoration and creation

Text Books:

1. William J. Mitsch, James G. Gosselink, “Wetlands”, Published by John Wiley and sons, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersy, Canada

2. Falconer, R. A and Goodwin, P (Ed), “Wetland Management”, 1994, Thomas Telford, London.

References:

1. Bruce E. Hammer., “Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment”, 1989, CRCPress; I Ed.

2. Verhoeven, J.T.A., Beltman, B., Bobbink, R., Whigham, D.F. (Eds.). “Wetlands and natural resource management”, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2006.

INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT AND AUDIT

· To provide an understanding of the mechanisms and processes used to treat waters that have been contaminated in some way by anthropogenic industrial or commercial activities prior to its release into the environment or its re-use.

· To understand various terms used in industrial wastewater treatment and to acquaint with different steps involved in treatment of industrial wastewater.

Text Books:

1. Eckenfelder, ―Industrial Water pollution Control‖- McGraw hill Company, New Delhi American Chemical Society, Washington D.C. USA

2. Nemerow N.N., ―Liquid Waste of industry theories, Practices and Treatment‖. Addison Willey New York.

3. Mahajan,‖ Pollution control in Process industries‖. TMH, New Delhi.

Reference Books

1. Azad N. S., ―Industrial Wastewater Management Hand Book‖ McGraw Hill book Co., New York.

2. Ross R.D. ―Industrial Waste Disposal‖, Reinhold Environmental Series – New York. 3. Dickinson‖ Practical Waste Treatment and Disposal Applied Science publication, London

WATER MANAGEMENT: CONSERVATION, HARVESTING AND ARTIFIFICIAL RECHARGE

· To understand various kinds of water losses and their methods of estimation

· To know different kinds of conservation measures..

· To understand various methods of water harvesting technologies.

· To study methods of artificial recharges.

Text Books

1. Patel, A.S. and Shah, D.L., (2017)Water Management, New Age International, New Delhi

2. Patel, A.S. et al., (2003) Manual of Water Harvesting, GSFC Science Foundation, Vadodara, India. 3. Huisman, L. And Olsthoorm, T.N. (1983) Artificial Groundwater Recharge, Pitman Advanced Publishing Program, Boston.

Reference Books:

1. Hillel, I.S., (1977) Water Renovation and Reuse, Academic Press, New York.

2. Jawad, A.S. and Akashi, A. (2000) Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse, New Age International Pvt Ltd., New Delhi. UNDP (1998, 2001), State of the environment, India, United Nation Environmental Program.

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