Irrigation Engineering

Irrigation Engineering

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The First Edition of this treatise on Irrigation Engineering duly subsidised by national Book trust, Government of India, published in 1984.was highly acclaimed by the engineering teachers and taughts and its revised edition appeared in 1990.The dynamism inherent in the subject necessitated drastic changes in the text, prompted by theoverwhelming response of irrigation and agriculture engineering students and practising engineers in the country and abroad duly patronised by the publications, Shri Ravindra Kumar Gupta, Managing Director, S.Chand a Company Ltd., New DelhiThe elevation of Tbelow the downstream sand face is 2 m. Exit gradient = 0.34/2 alt; 1/5 and hence safe. ... not creep along the bottom contour of the impervious floor but is in streamlines and hence susceptible of mathematical treatment, (ii) The creeping of ... can be prevented by providing vertical cutoffs one each at u/s and d/s ends of the impervious floor, and a few intermediate vertical cutoffs in between, anbsp;...

Title:Irrigation Engineering
Author:R. K. Sharma, T. K. Sharma
Publisher:S. Chand - 2008-01-01


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