Civil MDC

Irrigation and Drainage Engineering by Waller, Peter, Yitayew, Muluneh [Excel Sheets Collection]

Chapter 2 Irrigation economics Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 5 ET calculator Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 6 Crop ET and scheduling Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 7 Spatial variability Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 8 Pipes Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 9 Pumps Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 11 Open channel flow Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 12 Center pivot irrigation Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 16 Landscape irrigation Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 16 Service line friction loss Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 17 and 18 lateral and submain calculations Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 18 economic analysis Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 20 Surface irrigation Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 21 Sarah Cook Fertigation calculator Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 25 Tucson soil temps Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 26 Tipping bucket Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 27 Mass and Energy Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 28 Richards equation and water table Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 28 VG and water table Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 28 VG WT Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]
Chapter 29 Drainage Excel Sheet [spreadsheet]


This textbook focuses specifically on the combined topics of irrigation and drainage engineering. It emphasizes both basic concepts and practical applications of the latest technologies available. The design of irrigation, pumping, and drainage systems using Excel and Visual Basic for Applications programs are explained for both graduate and undergraduate students and practicing engineers. The book emphasizes environmental protection, economics, and engineering design processes. It includes detailed chapters on irrigation economics, soils, reference evapotranspiration, crop evapotranspiration, pipe flow, pumps, open-channel flow, groundwater, center pivots, turf and landscape, drip, orchards, wheel lines, hand lines, surfaces, greenhouse hydroponics, soil water movement, drainage systems design, drainage and wetlands contaminant fate and transport. It contains summaries, homework problems, and color photos. The book draws from the fields of fluid mechanics, soil physics, hydrology, soil chemistry, economics, and plant sciences to present a broad interdisciplinary view of the fundamental concepts in irrigation and drainage systems design.

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