Irrigation Engineering

By : Sachin Singh

Irrigation Engineering is a science of planning and designing an efficient, low-cost, economic irrigation system tailored to fit natural conditions. The challenging projects of an irrigation engineer are to create watering systems in such as dams, canals, or drainage systems.

Irrigation is one of the main subjects in civil engineering, as it holds a weightage of 14-16 marks. A worthy study material always helps you to prepare better and score in the GATE exams.

So, here you will find the complete list of study material which includes Study Plan, Best Books, Study notes and much more to prepare for GATE, BARC, ISRO, and other Civil Engineering exams.

Irrigation Engineering Notes for Civil Engineering

Irrigation Engineering
Duty, delta, estimation of evapotranspiration
Crop water requirements
Design of lined and unlined canals, head works, gravity dams and spillways
Types of irrigation systems, irrigation methods
Waterlogging and drainage
Canal regulatory works, cross-drainage structures, outlets and escapes.
Irrigation Engineering