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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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  • Mod- 1 Lec-1 Introduction to Hydraulics
  • Mod-1 Lec-2 Open Channel Hydraulic Part-1
  • Mod-1 Lec-3 Open Channel Hydraulics Part -2
  • Mod-1 Lec-4 Velocity and Pressure Distribution
  • Mod-1 Lec-5 Practical use of velocity co-efficient in channel flow
  • Mod-1 Lec-6 Conservation Principles & ioioGoverning Equations
  • Mod-2 Lec-1 Uniform Flow
  • Mod-2 Lec-2 Uniform Flow Formula
  • Mod-2 Lec-3 Computation of Uniform Flow Part-1
  • Mod-2 Lec-4 Computation of Uniform Flow Part-2
  • Mod-2 Lec-5 Uniform Flow in Mobile Boundary Channel
  • Mod-2 Lec-6 Incipient Motion Condition and Regime of Flow
  • Mod-3 Lec-1 Concept of Specific Energy
  • Mod-3 Lec-2 Computation of Critical Depth
  • Mod-3 Lec-3 Specific Force, Critical Depth & Sequent Depth
  • Mod-3 Lec-4 Non-uniform Flow: Gradually Varied Flow
  • Mod-4 Lec-1 Classification of Gradually Varied Flow
  • Mod-4 Lec-2 Characteristic of Gradually Varied Flow
  • Mod-4 Lec-4 Gradually Varied Flow & its Computation
  • Mod-4 Lec-5 Computation of Gradually Varied Flow
  • Mod-4 Lec-7 Rapidly Varied Flow: Hydraulic Jump
  • Mod-5 Lec-1 Hydraulic Jump
  • Mod-5 Lec-2 Flow Over Hump and Channel Contraction
  • Mod-5 Lec-3 Canal Design-1
  • Mod-6 Lec-1 Canal Design-2
  • Mod-6 Lec-2 Design of Alluvial Channel
  • Mod-6 Lec-3 Design of Alluvial Channel-2
  • Mod-6 Lec-4 Design of Alluvial Channel-3
  • Mod-6 Lec-5 Unsteady Flow: Waves and its Classification
  • Mod-7 Lec-2 Unsteady Flow Part-3
  • Mod-8 Lec-1 Pipe Flow: Friction Loss
  • Mod-8 Lec-2 Pipe Flow: Losses in Pipes
  • Mod-8 Lec-3 Pipe in Series & Parallel
  • Mod-8 Lec-4 Pipe Network Analysis
  • Mod-8 Lec-5 Water Hammer & Surge Tank
  • Mod-9 Lec-1 Pipe Flow: Friction Loss
  • Mod-9 Lec-2 Pipe Flow: Losses in Pipe

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