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Hydraulics is a topic in applied science and engineering dealing with the mechanical properties of liquids or fluids. At a very basic level, hydraulics is the liquid version of pneumatics.

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Course Syllabus
  • Mod-01 Lec-01 Introduction - advanced hydraulics &
  • Mod-01 Lec-03 Flow classifications & velocity
  • Mod-01 Lec-04 Pressure distribution
  • Mod-01 Lec-05 Equation of continuity & energy
  • Mod-01 Lec-06 Specific energy & critical flow
  • Mod-01 Lec-08 Computation of critical flow part
  • Mod-02 Lec-10 Introduction to uniform flow
  • Mod-02 Lec-13 Uniform flow in compound
  • Mod-02 Lec-14 Uniform flow approximation for
  • Mod-02 Lec-15 Design of channels for uniform
  • Mod-02 Lec-16 Design of channels using
  • Mod-02 Lec-17 Design of erodible channels
  • Mod-03 Lec-18 Introduction to gradually varied flows
  • Mod-03 Lec-19 Gradually varied flow equations
  • Mod-03 Lec-20 Classification of gradually
  • Mod-03 Lec-21 Classification of gradually
  • Mod-03 Lec-22 Gradually varied flow profiles
  • Mod-03 Lec-23 GVF profile properties and transitional depths
  • Mod-03 Lec-24 Gradually varied flow
  • Mod-03 Lec-25 Gradually varied flow
  • Mod-03 Lec-26 Standard step method for
  • Mod-03 Lec-27 Spatially varied flow
  • Mod-03 Lec-28 Features on spatially varied flow
  • Mod-04 Lec-29 Rapidly varied flow -
  • Mod-04 Lec-30 Theoretical aspects of hydraulic
  • Mod-04 Lec-31 Characteristics of jumps in
  • Mod-04 Lec-32 Features of hydraulic jumps
  • Mod-04 Lec-33 Jumps as energy dissipators
  • Mod-04 Lec-34 Jump controls
  • Mod-04 Lec-35 Surges (1)
  • Mod-04 Lec-36 Surges (2)
  • Mod-05 Lec-37 Channel transitions
  • Mod-05 Lec-38 Channel transitions - part 2
  • Mod-05 Lec-39 Channel transition - part 3
  • Mod-06 Lec-40 Application of momentum
  • Mod-06 Lec-41 Pumps - 1

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