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Water resources engineering is both broad and complex, and many a time, the assignments pose challenges to students. For this reason, we chip in to simplify things by providing original, easy-to-understand, and timely water resources engineering homework help at an affordable price. Our online water resources engineering assignment help tutors are available 24/7, and we serve students from all corners of the world. What is more, most of our tutors are practising water resources engineers, and therefore we have all the experience and technical know-how to handle your homework effectively.

The exhaustive list of topics in Water Resources Engineering in which we provide Help with Homework Assignment and Help with Project is as follows:

  • Precipitation, Infiltration and Evapotranspiration:                
    • Forms of precipitation
    • Measurement
    • Depth-area-duration and intensity duration- frequency relations
    • Evaporation -- process, measurement, and estimation
    • Infiltration -- process, measurement, and estimation
    • Evapotranspiration -- measurement and estimation
  • Runoff and Hydrographs:                                                      
    • Rainfall Runoff correlations
    • Flow duration curve
    • Mass curve
    • Droughts and floods
    • Factors affecting flow hydrograph
    • Unit hydrograph
    • Its analysis
    • S-curve hydrograph
    • Synthetic and instantaneous unit hydrographs
  • Statistical analysis, Hydrologic Routing:                              
    • Risk, reliability, and safety factor
    • Flood frequency studies
    • Flood forecasting
    • Rational method
    • Time Area curves
    • Design flood.
    • Channel and flood routing
  • Groundwater hydrology:                                                    
    • Flow equations -- Confined and unconfined flow.
    • Well hydraulics -- Steady and unsteady flow
    • Well losses
    • Specific capacity.
  • Irrigation Engineering:                                                      
    • Water requirement of crops.
    • Hydrologic aspects of irrigation system design.
  • Hydrologic design:                                                               
    • Design of culverts
    • Detention ponds
    • Storm water drains.
    • Economics of Water Resources systems.