Lecture 1 - Introduction - advanced hydraulics & course structure

Lecture 2 - Various classifications of open channel flows

Lecture 3 - Flow classifications & velocity distribution

Lecture 4 - Pressure distribution

Lecture 5 - Equation of continuity & energy

Lecture 6 - Specific energy & critical flow

Lecture 7 - Energy, momentum & specific force

Lecture 8 - Computation of critical flow - Part 1

Lecture 9 - Critical flow computations

Lecture 10 - Introduction to uniform flow

Lecture 11 - Manning's equation and normal depth

Lecture 12 - Uniform Flow Computations - Part 1

Lecture 13 - Uniform flow in compound sections, concept of normal slope

Lecture 14 - Uniform flow approximation for flood discharge

Lecture 15 - Design of channels for uniform flow

Lecture 16 - Design of channels using uniform flow

Lecture 17 - Design of erodible channels

Lecture 18 - Introduction to gradually varied flows

Lecture 19 - Gradually varied flow equations

Lecture 20 - Classification of gradually varied flow - Part 1

Lecture 21 - Classification of gradually varied flow - Part 2

Lecture 22 - Gradually varied flow profiles with change in bed slopes

Lecture 23 - GVF profile properties and transitional depths

Lecture 24 - Gradually varied flow computations - Part 1

Lecture 25 - Gradually varied flow computations RK method - Part 2

Lecture 26 - Standard step method for gradually varied flow computations

Lecture 27 - Spatially varied flow

Lecture 28 - Features on spatially varied flow

Lecture 29 - Rapidly varied flow - introduction

Lecture 30 - Theoretical aspects of hydraulic jump

Lecture 31 - Characteristics of jumps in rectangular channel

Lecture 32 - Features of hydraulic jumps

Lecture 33 - Jumps as energy dissipators

Lecture 34 - Jump controls

Lecture 35 - Surges - Part 1

Lecture 36 - Surges - Part 2

Lecture 37 - Channel transitions - Part 1

Lecture 38 - Channel transitions - Part 2

Lecture 39 - Channel transitions - Part 3

Lecture 40 - Application of momentum principles

Lecture 41 - Pumps - 1

Lecture 42 - Turbines - Part 3 (pumps, turbines)

Lecture 43 - Turbines, cavitation