Engineering Hydrology

Author: E. M. Wilson

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 1349206105

Category: Engineering

Page: 348

View: 9107

An established and popular text written for students of civil engineering and practising engineers. Plenty of practical examples are provided, as well as problems for the reader to attempt.

Understanding Hydraulics

Author: L. Hamill

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 0230345867

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 656

View: 8990

Covering all the fundamental topics in hydraulics and hydrology, this text is essential reading for undergraduate students and practising engineers around the world who want an accessible, thorough and trusted introduction to the subject. By encouraging readers to work through examples, try simple experiments and continually test their own understanding as the book progresses, the text quickly builds confidence. This hands-on approach aims to show students just how interesting hydraulics and hydrology are, as well as providing an invaluable reference resource for practising engineers. Key features: • an easy-to-read, engaging text • a wealth of worked examples to reinforce the theory • boxed highlights and Remember! features • Self Test and Revision Questions with solutions • a wide range of figures and photographs This third edition includes: • Updates on climate change, flood risk management, flood alleviation, design considerations when developing greenfield sites, and the design of storm water sewers • A new chapter on sustainable storm water management

Engineering Hydrology

Author: C. Shekhar P. Ojha,R. Berndtsson,P. Bhunya

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780195694611

Category: Science

Page: 445

View: 3033

Beginning with the basics of water resources and hydrologic cycle, the book contains detailed discussions on simulation and synthetic methods in hydrology, rainfall-runoff analysis, flood frequency analysis, fundamentals of groundwater flow, and well hydraulics. Special emphasis is laid on groundwater budgeting and numerical methods to deal with situations where analytical solutions are not possible. The book has a balanced coverage of conventional techniques of hydrology along with the latest topics, which makes it equally useful to practising engineers.

Hydraulics in Civil and Environmental Engineering, Fourth Edition

Author: Andrew John Chadwick,John C. Morfett

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780419225805

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 632

View: 991

The third edition of this best-selling textbook combines thorough coverage of fundamental theory with a wide ranging treatment of contemporary applications. The chapters on sediment transport, river engineering, wave theory and coastal engineering have been extensively updated, and there is a new chapter on computational modelling. The authors illustrate applications of computer and physical simulation techniques in modern design. The book is an invaluable resource for students and practitioners of civil, environmental, and public health engineering and associated disciplines. It is comprehensive, fully illustrated and contains many worked examples, taking a holistic view of the water cycles, many aspects of which are critical for future sustainable development.

Urban Drainage, Third Edition

Author: David Butler,John Davies

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0203849051

Category: Architecture

Page: 632

View: 1950

Urban Drainage has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect changes in the practice and priorities of urban drainage. New and expanded coverage includes: Sewer flooding The impact of climate change Flooding models The move towards sustainability Providing a descriptive overview of the issues involved as well as the engineering principles and analysis, it draws on real-world examples as well as models to support and demonstrate the key issues facing engineers dealing with drainage issues. It also deals with both the design of new drainage systems and the analysis and upgrading of existing infrastructure. This is a unique and essential textbook for students of water, environmental, and public health engineering as well as a valuable resource for practising engineers.

Civil Engineering Hydraulics and Engineering Hydrology

Review for the Breadth/depth Exam in Civil Engineering

Author: Bruce E. Larock

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA


Category: Fluid mechanics

Page: 102

View: 2789

These chapters are taken from the Civil Engineering License Review and Civil Engineering License Problems and Solutions. The book contains a complete review of the topic, example questions with step-by-step solutions and 48 practice problems.

Water Resource Systems Planning and Management

An Introduction to Methods, Models, and Applications

Author: Daniel P. Loucks,Eelco van Beek

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319442341

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 624

View: 1950

This book is open access under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license. This revised, updated textbook presents a systems approach to the planning, management, and operation of water resources infrastructure in the environment. Previously published in 2005 by UNESCO and Deltares (Delft Hydraulics at the time), this new edition, written again with contributions from Jery R. Stedinger, Jozef P. M. Dijkman, and Monique T. Villars, is aimed equally at students and professionals. It introduces readers to the concept of viewing issues involving water resources as a system of multiple interacting components and scales. It offers guidelines for initiating and carrying out water resource system planning and management projects. It introduces alternative optimization, simulation, and statistical methods useful for project identification, design, siting, operation and evaluation and for studying post-planning issues. The authors cover both basin-wide and urban water issues and present ways of identifying and evaluating alternatives for addressing multiple-purpose and multi-objective water quantity and quality management challenges. Reinforced with cases studies, exercises, and media supplements throughout, the text is ideal for upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses in water resource planning and management as well as for practicing planners and engineers in the field.

Problem Solving in Engineering Hydrology

Author: Faris Faris,Prof Isam Mohammed Abdel-Magid Ahmed,Mohammed Isam Mohammed Abdel-Magid

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781516876945


Page: 216

View: 4710

Objectives of the book are meant to fulfill the main learning outcomes for students registered in named courses, which covered the following: - Solving problems in hydrology and making decisions about hydrologic issues that involve uncertainty in data, scant/incomplete data, and the variability of natural materials. - Designing a field experiment to address a hydrologic question. - Evaluating data collection practices in terms of ethics. - Interpret basic hydrological processes such as groundwater flow, water quality issues, water balance and budget at a specific site at local and regional scales based on available geological maps and data sets. - Conceptualizing hydrogeology of a particular area in three dimensions and be able to predict the effects on a system when changes are imposed on it. Learning outcomes are expected to include the following: - Overview of essential concepts encountered in hydrological systems. - Developing a sound understanding of concepts as well as a strong foundation for their application to real-world, in-the-field problem solving. - Acquisition of knowledge by learning new concepts, and properties and characteristics of water. - Cognitive skills through thinking, problem solving and use of experimental work and inferences - Numerical skills through application of knowledge in basic mathematics and supply issues. - Student becomes responsible for their own learning through solution of assignments, laboratory exercises and report writing. "Problem solving in engineering hydrology" is primarily proposed as an addition and a supplementary guide to fundamentals of engineering hydrology. Nevertheless, it can be sourced as a standalone problem solving text in engineering hydrology. The book targets university students and candidates taking first degree courses in any relevant engineering field or related area. The document is valued to have esteemed benefits to postgraduate students and professional engineers and hydrologists. Likewise, it is expected that the book will stimulate problem solving learning and quicken self-teaching. By writing such a script it is hoped that the included worked examples and problems will guarantee that the booklet is a precious asset to student-centered learning. To achieve such objectives immense care was paid to offer solutions to selected problems in a well-defined, clear and discrete layout exercising step-by-step procedure and clarification of the related solution employing vital procedures, methods, approaches, equations, data, figures and calculations. The new edition of the book hosted the incorporation of computer model programs for the different hydrological scenarios and encountered problems presented throughout the book. Developed programs were coded with Microsoft Visual Basic.NET 10 programming language, using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Professional Edition. Most of the examples herein have an equivalent code listed alongside through the text. To avoid repetition though, some example programs were omitted whenever there was resemblance to another example elsewhere, to which the reader is kindly requested to refer to.

Practical Channel Hydraulics, 2nd edition

Roughness, Conveyance and Afflux

Author: Donald W. Knight,Caroline Hazlewood,Rob Lamb,Paul G. Samuels,Koji Shiono

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1351654640

Category: Science

Page: 606

View: 8204

Practical Channel Hydraulics is a technical guide for estimating flood water levels in rivers using the innovative software known as the Conveyance and Afflux Estimation System (CES-AES). The stand alone software is freely available at HR Wallingford’s website The conveyance engine has also been embedded within industry standard river modelling software such as InfoWorks RS and Flood Modeller Pro. This 2nd Edition has been greatly expanded through the addition of Chapters 6-8, which now supply the background to the Shiono and Knight Method (SKM), upon which the CES-AES is largely based. With the need to estimate river levels more accurately, computational methods are now frequently embedded in flood risk management procedures, as for example in ISO 18320 (‘Determination of the stage-discharge relationship’), in which both the SKM and CES feature. The CES-AES incorporates five main components: A Roughness Adviser, A Conveyance Generator, an Uncertainty Estimator, a Backwater Module and an Afflux Estimator. The SKM provides an alternative approach, solving the governing equation analytically or numerically using Excel, or with the short FORTRAN program provided. Special attention is paid to calculating the distributions of boundary shear stress distributions in channels of different shape, and to appropriate formulations for resistance and drag forces, including those on trees in floodplains. Worked examples are given for flows in a wide range of channel types (size, shape, cover, sinuosity), ranging from small scale laboratory flumes (Q = 2.0 1s-1) to European rivers (~2,000 m3s-1), and large-scale world rivers (> 23,000 m3s-1), a ~ 107 range in discharge. Sites from rivers in the UK, France, China, New Zealand and Ecuador are considered. Topics are introduced initially at a simplified level, and get progressively more complex in later chapters. This book is intended for post graduate level students and practising engineers or hydrologists engaged in flood risk management, as well as those who may simply just wish to learn more about modelling flows in rivers.

Contaminant Hydrogeology

Third Edition

Author: C. W. Fetter,Thomas Boving,David Kreamer

Publisher: Waveland Press

ISBN: 1478636505

Category: Science

Page: 647

View: 9327

Tremendous progress has been made in the field of remediation technologies since the second edition of Contaminant Hydrogeology was published two decades ago, and its content is more important than ever. Recognizing the extensive advancement and research taking place around the world, the authors have embraced and worked from a larger global perspective. Boving and Kreamer incorporate environmental innovation in studying and treating groundwater/soil contamination and the transport of those contaminants while building on Fetter’s original foundational work. Thoroughly updated, expanded, and reorganized, the new edition presents a wealth of new material, including new discussions of emerging and potential contaminant sources and their characteristics like deep well injection, fracking fluids, and in situ leach mining. New sections cover BET and Polanyi adsorption potential theory, vapor transport theory, the introduction of the Capillary and Bond Numbers, the partitioning interwell tracer testing technique for investigating NAPL sites, aerial photographic interpretation, geophysics, immunological surveys, high resolution vertical sampling, flexible liner systems, groundwater tracers, and much more. Contaminant Hydrogeology is intended as a textbook in upper level courses in mass transport and contaminant hydrogeology, and remains a valuable resource for professionals in both the public and private sectors.

Fundamentals of Hydrology

Author: Tim Davie

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 0415399866

Category: Science

Page: 200

View: 1448

In order to manage the world's increasingly scarce water resources we must have a sound understanding of how water moves around the planet and what influences water quality. Fundamentals of Hydrology provides an engaging and comprehensive introduction to this subject and provides real-life examples of water resource management in a changing world. The second edition of this popular book brings the text up-to-date with additional case studies and diagrams and a greater synthesis of water quality with physical hydrology. The chapters on runoff and evaporation have been updated and the final chapter on hydrology in a changing world has more material on water resource management strategies. Additionally the chapter on streamflow analysis now includes a more in-depth section on modelling runoff. The book begins with a comprehensive coverage of precipitation, evaporation, water stored in the ground and as snow and ice, and runoff. These physical hydrological processes show with respect to the fundamental knowledge about the process, its measurement and estimation and how it ties in with water quality. Following this is a section on analyzing streamflow data, including using computer models and combining hydrology and ecology for in-stream flow assessment. A chapter on water quality shows how to measure and estimate it in a variable environment and finishes with a section on pollution treatment. The final chapter brings the text together to discuss water resource management andreal-life issues that are faced by hydrologists in a constantly changing world. Fundamentals of Hydrology is a lively and accessible introduction to the study of hydrology at university level. This new edition continues to provide an understanding of hydrological processes, knowledge of the techniques used to assess water resources and an up-to-date overview of water resource management in a changing world. Throughout the text, wide-ranging examples and case studies are used to clearly explain ideas and methods. Short chapter summaries, essay questions, guides to further reading and a glossary are also included.