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AU Environmental Engineering -I Sem V
Unit 2 : Hydrological Concepts(Hydrological Cycle, Types of Precipitation, Measurement of Rainfall, Surface sources of water: Lakes, Rivers, Impounding Reservoirs, Capacity of storage reservoirs, Mass curve analysis, Groundwater sources of water: Types of water bearing formations, Springs, Wells and Infiltration galleries, Yields from wells and infiltration galleries, Collection of Water: Factors governing the selection of the intake structure, Types of Intakes, Conveyance of Water : Gravity and Pressure conduits, Types of Pipes, Pipe Materials, Pipe joints, Design aspects of pipe lines, Laying of pipe lines)
1. Quality and Quantity of Surface Water(Civil Enginnering) Total View (0)
 
Quantity is equally important because if enough water is not available a lot of functions of living organisms will cease to operate or function and that will result to death or loss of life. The water quality and quantity give the impetus to starting the long trek in the ecosystem.
Title: Water Supply Engineering
Published on: 02/11/18
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 24
Price: Rs 12

2. GOUND WATER GEOLOGY AND GROUNDWATER GEOPHYSICS(Geology) Total View (0)
 
Soil water zone: is the adjacent to the ground surface consisting of the topsoil and the subsoil. In this zone water is lost to the atmosphere mainly due to Evapotranspiration. The depth of this zone varies up to about 15 metres depending on the type of soil.
Title: Applied Engineering Geology ( Referrence Book for Global Engineering Students )
Published on: 31/10/17
Author: Maruthesha Reddy MT
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 30
Price: Rs 18

3. GEOMORPHOLOGY AND SEISMOLOGY(Geodynamics)(Geology) Total View (25)
 
Geomorphology: - is the scientific study of landforms and the processes that shape them. Geomorphologists seek to understand why landscapes look the way they do, to understand landform history and dynamics, and to predict future changes through a combination of field observations, physical experiments, and numerical modeling. Geomorphology is practiced within geography, geology, geodesy, engin ......
Title: ENGINEERING GEOLOGY ( As Per Vtu CBCS Syllabus 15CV35 )
Published on: 30/10/17
Author: Maruthesha Reddy MT
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 89
Price: Rs 53.4

4. HYDROGEOLOGY (Geology) Total View (0)
 
Structural and Hydraulic design, municipal and industrial water supply, irrigation, power, flood control, navigation, erosion control, pollution control, etc. Ground water: All water occurring beneath the earth's surface is known as groundwater. Geophysics: As a branch of science it is related with geology in such a way that it concerns with the constitution of the earth and the nature of physi ......
Title: ENGINEERING GEOLOGY ( As Per Vtu CBCS Syllabus 15CV35 )
Published on: 03/11/17
Author: Maruthesha Reddy MT
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 39
Price: Rs 23.4

5. Water as a Resources(Environmental Technology) Total View (240)
 
In Unit 1, we will discuss concepts of water availability, quality, attributes, use-based classification, hydrological cycle, etc. In the latter part of the Unit, water quality for various uses, municipal water supply complexities, water leakage have been explained. Unit 2 on the other hand discusses aspects related to municipal wastewater collection, conveyance and treatment.
Title: Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Water Resources and Waste Water Treatment
Published on: 10/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 51
Price: Rs 0

6. Module 7 Ground Water Geology and Groundwater Geophysics(Geology) Total View (0)
 
Hydrogeology forms the basis for scientific source finding and evaluation of sustained productivity of subsurface reservoirs. Shallow wells and Deep wells: Shallow well, which is dug up to the first water bearing strata. Diameter is 2.5 m to 5 m. Deep wells which are dug up to the second water bearing strata. Diameter is 25 cms to 50 cms. Spacing of wells is roughly estimated to be around 200-300 ......
Title: Geology for Engineers ( Reference Book World Wide )
Published on: 18/10/17
Author: Maruthesha Reddy MT
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 22
Price: Rs 12.1

7. Hydrogeology and Ground Water Geophysics(Geology) Total View (0)
 
Hydrogeology: It is an important branch of earth science. It is concerned primarily with the mode of occurance and chemistry of water occuring in the surface in relation to the geological environment.
Title: Applied Engineering Geology
Published on: 09/11/17
Author: Maruthesha Reddy MT
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 28
Price: Rs 14

8. Hydrological Cycle(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (409)
 
The movement of water on the earth's surface and through the atmosphere is known as the hydrologic cycle. Water is taken up by the atmosphere from the earth's surface in vapour form through evaporation. It may then be moved from place to place by the wind until it is condensed back to its liquid phase to form clouds. Water then returns to the surface of the earth in the form of either liquid (rain ......
Title: MSc Tech 202 Surface and Groundwater Hydrology
Published on: 21/08/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 18
Price: Rs 13.5

9. INTRODUCTION(Civil Enginnering) Total View (0)
 
If proper arrangements for the collection, treatment and disposal are not made, they will go on accumulating and create foul condition. If untreated water is accumulating, the decomposition of the organic materials it contains can lead to the production of large quantity of mal odorous gases.
Title: Environmental Engineering II
Published on: 31/10/18
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 22
Price: Rs 0

10. HYDROELECTRIC POWER PLANTS(Power Generation and Economics) Total View (15)
 
 Hydrology is a branch of Earth Science.  The importance of hydrology in the assessment, development, utilization and management of the water resources, of any region is being increasingly realized at all levels.  It was in view of this that the United Nations proclaimed the period of 1965-1974 as the International Hydrological Decade during which, intensive efforts in hy ......
Title: Power Generation and Economics
Published on: 01/06/17
Author: Praveen B.R
Publisher: Saividya Institute of technology
Pages: 10
Price: Rs 0

11. Unit-III Water Resources(Environmental Studies ) Total View (2)
 
Natural Resources - Water resources - Availability and Quality aspects. Water borne diseases, Water induced diseases, Fluoride problem in drinking Water. Mineral Resources, Forest Wealth, Material Cycles - Carbon, Nitrogen and Sulphur Cycles.
Title: ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
Published on: 26/10/17
Author: Maruthesha Reddy MT
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 12
Price: Rs 7.2

12. Introduction to Hydrology(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (423)
 
Hydrology means the science of water. It is the science that deals with the occurrence, circulation and distribution of water of the earth and earth's atmosphere. As a branch of earth science, it is concerned with the water in streams and lakes, rainfall and snowfall, snow and ice on the land and water occurring below the earth's surface in the pores of the soil and rocks. In a general sense, hyd ......
Title: MSc Tech 202 Surface and Groundwater Hydrology
Published on: 21/08/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 10
Price: Rs 7.5

13. Applied Engineering Geology 3rd Sem Question Paper(Geology) Total View (1)
 
The study of the Earth would be complete and meaningful only when it is with reference to time. So it is necessary to correlate the events, such as appearance and disappearance of various life forms. Large scale geological activities like continental drift, mountain building, etc. and formation and erosion of rocks, with the time. The Geological Time Scale is a scale whose division mark the g ......
Title: Applied Engineering Geology ( Referrence Book for Global Engineering Students )
Published on: 31/10/17
Author: Maruthesha Reddy MT
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 31
Price: Rs 21.7

14. Natural Resources, Water Resources and Energy(Environmental Studies ) Total View (0)
 
Natural resources occur naturally within environments that exist relatively undisturbed by humanity, in a natural form. A natural resource is often characterized by amounts of biodiversity and geodiversity existent in various ecosystems
Title: ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
Published on: 03/04/18
Author: Chetan R
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 47
Price: Rs 30.55

15. Municipal Wastewater Generation, Conveyance and Disposal(Environmental Technology) Total View (232)
 
In this Unit we will introduce you to various aspects related to municipal waste water, which includes collection, conveyance and treatment of domestic waste. Aspects related to final disposal of waste water and its impact on water body has also been dealt with in this Unit. A municipal wastewater treatment disposal system comprises of sewerage network, wastewater collection from various parts of ......
Title: Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Water Resources and Waste Water Treatment
Published on: 10/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 30
Price: Rs 22.5

16. APPLIED ENGINEERING GEOLOGY (ANSWERS TO THE V.T.U.QUESTION PAPERS)(Geology) Total View (8)
 
(ANSWERS TO THE V.T.U.QUESTION PAPERS)
Title: APPLIED ENGINEERING GEOLOGY (ANSWERS TO THE V.T.U.QUESTION PAPERS)
Published on: 26/10/17
Author: Maruthesha Reddy MT
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 159
Price: Rs 95.4

17. Work of Groundwater(Geography) Total View (279)
 
Groundwater is an important agent of denudation in limestone regions and it produces unique landforms, both surface landforms and underground landforms. The main factors which affect the percolation of water through the earth's surface are as follows: a) the amount and nature of rainwater and melt water; b) the slope of the land surface; c) the porosity of the rock layers; d) the rate of evaporati ......
Title: BGE- 11 Introduction to Physical Geography
Published on: 28/10/14
Author: Iline
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 14
Price: Rs 10.5

18. Leachate and gas collection system(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (465)
 
Leachate can pollute land, groundwater and surface water. Common toxic components in leachate are ammonia and heavy metals, which can be hazardous even at low levels, if they accumulate in the food chain. The presence of ammoniacal nitrogen means that leachate often has to be treated off-site before being discharged to a sewer, since there is no natural biochemical path for its removaL The best wa ......
Title: MSc Tech 201 Solid Waste Management
Published on: 21/09/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 9.75

19. Enviranmental Pollution and Global Environmental Issues(Environmental Studies ) Total View (0)
 
Any substance present in the environment in harmful concentration, which adversely alters the environment by damaging the growth rate of a species and by interfering with the food chains, is toxic and affects the health, comfort and property etc. is considered as a pollutant. Smoke from industries and automobiles, domestic and commercial sewage, radioactive substances from nuclear plants and d ......
Title: ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
Published on: 03/04/18
Author: Chetan R
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 30
Price: Rs 19.5

20. Module 13 Rain Water Harvesting(Geology) Total View (0)
 
Rainwater harvesting refers to in general, to the collection and storing of locally available water, mostly from the rains at a place. The main criterion here is the quantum of water involved and the area of influence. Collection of rainwater from paved or G.I. corrugated roofs and paved courtyard of houses is known as rainwater harvesting. Rainwater harvesting is common in areas having high rainf ......
Title: Geology for Engineers ( Reference Book World Wide )
Published on: 18/10/17
Author: Maruthesha Reddy MT
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 12
Price: Rs 6.6

21. Water Vapour, Humidity, Clouds and Precipitation(Geography) Total View (278)
 
The significance of water as an atmospheric variable is a result of its unique physical properties. It is the most important constituent of air in deciding weather and climate. Water is the only one substance that exists as a gas (water vapour), liquid (water) and solid (ice) at different temperatures found at earth's surface. This unique property of water is changing from one form to another. It ......
Title: BGE- 11 Introduction to Physical Geography
Published on: 28/10/14
Author: Iline
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 18
Price: Rs 13.5

22. Waste Water Disposal on Land: Land Application(Environmental Technology) Total View (233)
 
In this Unit, we will discuss some of the areas of land application of wastewater in terms of wetland either naturally occurring or artificially constructed, along with their advantages and disadvantages. Other land based treatment such as septic tank, lagooning, etc., have also been discussed in the Unit with a view to examine the potential of these techniques. We will also discuss land applicati ......
Title: Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Waste Water Reuse and Disposal
Published on: 10/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 32
Price: Rs 24

23. Introduction (Environmental Studies ) Total View (5)
 
In science and engineering, a system is the part of the universe that is being studied, while the environment is the remainder of the universe that lies outside the boundaries of the system. It is also known as the surroundings, and in thermodynamics, as the reservoir. Depending on the type of system, it may interact with the environment by exchanging mass, energy (including heat and work), li ......
Title: ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
Published on: 03/04/18
Author: Chetan R
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 35
Price: Rs 0

24. Module 6 Geotechnical Engineering or Civil Engineering Geology or Geological Site Investigations(Geology) Total View (0)
 
In recent years the use of geological knowledge has greatly increased in many phases of engineering constructions, viz., the building of dams, tunnels, laying of mountain roads, railways and tapping of underground water resources. Geological knowledge is also useful and essential in the selection of stones suitable for various purposes such as the construction of dams, roads, bridges and buildings ......
Title: Geology for Engineers ( Reference Book World Wide )
Published on: 18/10/17
Author: Maruthesha Reddy MT
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 19
Price: Rs 10.45

25. Biomes and Aquatic Life Zones(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (375)
 
Biomes are the earth's largest storehouse of biodiversity. Many of these species have developed over the time in highly specialized niches and that makes them more vulnerable to extinction when their natural home or niche is destroyed . About 50 to 80% of global biodiversity lies in these rain forests. More than one-fourth of the world's prescription drugs are extracted from plants growing in trop ......
Title: MSc Tech 104 Ecology and Environment
Published on: 25/03/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 26
Price: Rs 19.5



 
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