Water Supply Engineering

Water Supply Engineering Bachelor of Engineering(BE) videos According to syllabus of Institute of Engineering(IoE), Tribhuvan University (TU)

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Last updated Wed, 27-Jul-2022 Nepali
What will I learn?
  • After the completion of this course, students will get the complete knowledge of Water Supply Engineering.

Curriculum for this course
149 Lessons 18h 0m
0. Marks Distribution
1 Lessons 8m
  • Introduction Video of Water Supply 8 Minutes Free
  • 1. Introduction to Water Supply Engineering 8 Minutes Free
  • 2. Types of Water and Objective of Water Supply 6 Minutes Free
  • 3. Historical Development of Water Supply System 5 Minutes Free
  • 4. Schematic Diagram of Water Supply System 11 Minutes
  • 5. Components of Water Supply System 11 Minutes
  • 1. Introduction to Sources of Water 4 Minutes
  • 2. Surface Sources 8 Minutes
  • 3. Capacity Determination of Impounded Reservoir 4 Minutes
  • 4. Numerical 1(Impounded Reservoir) 6 Minutes
  • 5. Ground Water Sources (Aquifer) 5 Minutes
  • 6. Ground Water Sources (Well) 4 Minutes
  • 7. Infiltration Galleries and Wells 6 Minutes
  • 8. Spring and its Types 7 Minutes
  • 9. Selection of Water Sources 6 Minutes
  • 1. Introduction 5 Minutes
  • 2. Design and Base Period 6 Minutes
  • 3. Types of Water Demand 7 Minutes
  • 4. Types of Water Demand, Continued 6 Minutes
  • 5. Variation in Water Demand 6 Minutes
  • 6. Factor Affecting Demands of Water 5 Minutes
  • 7. Population Forecasting Method (Arithmatical Increase Method) 4 Minutes
  • 8. Numerical 1 (Arithmatical Increase Method) 5 Minutes
  • 9. Geometrical Increase Method 3 Minutes
  • 10. Numerical 2 (Geometrical increase Method) 5 Minutes
  • 11. Incremental Increase Method 4 Minutes
  • 12. Numerical 3 (Incremental increase Method) 6 Minutes
  • 13. Decrease Rate of Growth Method 5 Minutes
  • 14. Numerical 4 ( Decrease Rate of Growth Method) 9 Minutes
  • 15. Numerical 5 (Current Population) 6 Minutes
  • 16. Numerical 6 (Total Water Demand) 9 Minutes
  • 17. Numerical 6 (Total Water Demand), part2 4 Minutes
  • 1. Impurities Present in Water 7 Minutes
  • 2. Hardness 5 Minutes
  • 3. Alkalinity 7 Minutes
  • 4. Numerical on Hardness and Alkalinity 4 Minutes
  • 5. Living Organism in Water, Part1 7 Minutes
  • 6. Living Organism in Water, Part2 9 Minutes
  • 7. Water Related Diseases 6 Minutes
  • 8. Diesease Trasmission Route 5 Minutes
  • 9. Examination of Water 7 Minutes
  • 10. Physical Examination 7 Minutes
  • 11. Chemical examination 9 Minutes
  • 12. Biological Examination 6 Minutes
  • 13. Multiple Tube Fermentation Technique 5 Minutes
  • 14. Water Quality Standard 5 Minutes
  • 1. Intake and its Site Selection 10 Minutes
  • 2. Classification of Intake (Dry intake, Submerged and Exposed intake) 6 Minutes
  • 3. Wet Intake and River Intake 5 Minutes
  • 4. Reservoir and Spring Intake 9 Minutes
  • 1. Introduction and Objective of Water Treatment 8 Minutes
  • 2. Treatment process and Impurity Removal 10 Minutes
  • 3. Screening 7 Minutes
  • 4. Plain Sedimentation 11 Minutes
  • 5. Derivation for Settling Velocity of Discrete Particles, part1 6 Minutes
  • 6. Derivation for Settling Velocity of Discrete Particles, part2 6 Minutes
  • 7. Derivation for Settling Velocity of Discrete Particles, part3 5 Minutes
  • 8. Temperature effect on Settlement and Newton Equation 6 Minutes
  • 9. Numerical 1. Settling Velocity 7 Minutes
  • 10. Ideal Sedimentation Tank 5 Minutes
  • 11. Types of Sedimentation Tank 10 Minutes
  • 12. Relation Between Settling Velocity and SOR 9 Minutes
  • 13. Efficiency of Sedimentation Tank 6 Minutes
  • 14. Design Criteria for Plain Sedimentation Tank 10 Minutes
  • 15. Numerical 1. (Design of Sedimentation Tank) 12 Minutes
  • 16. Numerical 2. (Design of Sedimentation Tank) 9 Minutes
  • 17. Numerical 3. (Efficiency of Sedimentation Tank) 9 Minutes
  • 18. Sedimentation with Coagulation 5 Minutes
  • 19. Common Coagulants 10 Minutes
  • 20. Mixing Devices 6 Minutes
  • 21. Mixing Basin with Mechanical Means 3 Minutes
  • 22. Mixing Channel, Hydraulic Jump e.t.c 5 Minutes
  • 23. Flocculation Tank 4 Minutes
  • 24. Clarifier 5 Minutes
  • 25. Jar Test 7 Minutes
  • 26. Filtration and its Theory 11 Minutes
  • 27. Slow Sand Filter (Components) 16 Minutes
  • 28. Slow Sand Filter (Working, Cleaning and Efficiency) 8 Minutes
  • 29. Design Criteria of Slow Sand Filter 6 Minutes
  • 30. Numerical 4. (Design of Slow Sand Filter) 11 Minutes
  • 31. Rapid Sand Filter (General Introduction and Its Components) 10 Minutes
  • 32. Rapid Sand Filter (Working,Cleaning and Efficiency) 13 Minutes
  • 33. Rapid Sand Filter (Design Criteria) 4 Minutes
  • 34. Numerical 5. Design of Rapid Sand Filter 9 Minutes
  • 35. Pressure Filter 7 Minutes
  • 36. Numerical 6. Design of Pressure Filter 6 Minutes
  • 37. Disinfection 3 Minutes
  • 38. Chlorination 8 Minutes
  • 39. Basic Terms of Chlorination 8 Minutes
  • 40. Types of Chlorine 7 Minutes
  • 41. Forms of Chlorination 8 Minutes
  • 42. Break Point Chlorination 11 Minutes
  • 43. Super and Dechlorination 5 Minutes
  • 44. Factor Affecting Efficiency of Chlorination 8 Minutes
  • 45. Numerical 7. Chlorination 4 Minutes
  • 46. Numerical 8. Chlorination 5 Minutes
  • 47. Softening 7 Minutes
  • 48. Removal of Permanent Hardness 5 Minutes
  • 49. Zeolite Method 10 Minutes
  • 50. Advantages and Disadvantages of Zeolite Method 5 Minutes
  • 51. Ionization Method 5 Minutes
  • 52. Miscellenous Treatment 4 Minutes
  • 53. Method of Aeration 5 Minutes
  • 54. Method of Aeration,part 2 3 Minutes
  • 55. Removal of Iron and Manganese 4 Minutes
  • 56. Removal of Colour Odour and Taste 9 Minutes
  • 1. Introduction and System of Water Supply 10 Minutes
  • 2. Requirements of Good Distribution System 3 Minutes
  • 3. Reservoirs and Types 8 Minutes
  • 4. Types of Service Reservoir 9 Minutes
  • 5. Storage Capacity of Service Reservoir 10 Minutes
  • 6. Numerical 1. Storage Capacity of Reservoir (Both Continuous) 15 Minutes
  • 7. Numerical 2. Storage Capacity (Inflow Continuous Outflow Intermittent) 14 Minutes
  • 8. Numerical 3. Storage Capacity (Inflow Intermittent Outflow Continuous) 13 Minutes
  • 9. Numerical 4. Storage Capacity (Inflow and Supply both Intermittent) 9 Minutes
  • 10. Layout of Distribution System 7 Minutes
  • 11. Layout of Distribution System, part2 11 Minutes
  • 12. Design of Distribution System 8 Minutes
  • 13. Head Losses in Pipe Lines 7 Minutes
  • 14. Head Losses in Pipe Lines (Manning's Equation) 3 Minutes
  • 15. Minor Head Losses 6 Minutes
  • 16. Design Criteria of Distribution System 9 Minutes
  • 17. Design Steps Of Distribution System 8 Minutes
  • 18. Design of Pipe Network (Branch System) 4 Minutes
  • 19. Numerical 5. Pipe Design Using Branch System ,part1 14 Minutes
  • 20. Numerical 5. Pipe Design Using Branch System ,part2 7 Minutes
  • 21. Numerical 5. Pipe Design Using Branch System ,part3 7 Minutes
  • 22. Looped System 5 Minutes
  • 23. Head loss through Pipeline in Series 5 Minutes
  • 24. Head Loss through Pipeline in Parallel 15 Minutes
  • 25. Hardy Cross Method 3 Minutes
  • 26. Balancing Head by Correcting Flow 10 Minutes
  • 27. Numerical 6. Pipe Design Using Hardy Cross Method, part1 9 Minutes
  • 28. Numerical 6. Pipe Design Using Hardy Cross Method, part2 10 Minutes
  • 29. Numerical 6. Pipe Design Using Hardy Cross Method, part3 6 Minutes
  • 30. Numerical 6. Pipe Design Using Hardy Cross Method, part4 6 Minutes
  • 1. Introduction 8 Minutes
  • 2. Types of Pipe Material (C.I and G.I Pipes) 7 Minutes
  • 3. Types of Pipe Material (Steel and PVC Pipes) 6 Minutes
  • 4. Types of Pipe Material (D.I and Concrete Pipes) 7 Minutes
  • 5. Pipe Joints 6 Minutes
  • 6. Types of Pipe Joints 5 Minutes
  • 7. Laying of Pipe Lines 8 Minutes
  • 1. Valve, Its Use and Types 8 Minutes
  • 2. Reflux and Air Release Valve 4 Minutes
  • 3. Fitting and Its Types 7 Minutes
  • 4. Water Meter and BPT 5 Minutes
  • 5. Public Stand Post 8 Minutes
  • 6. Maintenance of Water Supply System 10 Minutes
  • Requirements
    • Students are required to have knowledge of Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics.
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    The videos herein are strictly based on syllabus of Institute of Engineering Tribhuvan University, Nepal promoting "e-Learning in Nepal" and are made with intention to provide guidance to the "Bachelor in Engineering(BE) appearing students", for securing good results. The course tries to cover all the lessons of Water Supply Engineering, with most frequently asked questions and solutions in the final exam of BE. We strongly believe that, viewers will be benefited from these videos and the thirst of curiosity of viewers will be quenched! Feedbacks and suggestion to improve are always welcome and highly appreciated!

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