The Water Management track in civil engineering focuses on principles and practices related to water resources, supply systems, wastewater management, and environmental considerations. Students learn about hydrology, hydraulics, and groundwater engineering, along with water quality and stormwater management. The track equips engineers to address water scarcity, pollution, and flooding challenges, ensuring sustainable and safe water usage for communities and the environment.
Fluid behavior, flow in open channels and pipes, flow measurements, and hydraulic structures.
Study of the water cycle, precipitation, evaporation, runoff, and their impact on water resources.
Design and operation of systems to manage water for agricultural irrigation and land drainage.
Monitoring and controlling water pollution to ensure safe and clean water sources.
Planning, design, and management of water supply networks and distribution systems.
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