Master of Engineering in Applied Hydrology

 

Recent Submissions

  • Siriwardena, WADLW [Thesis-Abstract]
    A substantial quantity of untapped hydro energy will still exist in Sri Lanka, even after the completion of the Accelerated Mahaweli Programme, as still a number of rivers and tributaries will remain unexploited. Hence it ...
  • Batuwitage, LP [Thesis-Abstract]
    Sri Lanka, a country with abundant water resources, has a predominantly agriculture oriented economy. Hence, hydrological development plays an important role, not only in the vast irrigation development efforts, but also ...
  • Ekanayake, STB [Thesis-Abstract]
    The Rainfall-Runoff model presented here could be used to predict the monthly runoff values at the unengaged site of Uma Oya confluence, "and hence monthly runoff values at the Mnipe anicut in the Mahaweli river.'These ...
  • Hangilipola, RMPTB [Thesis-Abstract]
    This report is intended to analyze the pumping test results of North west aquifer using nu1nerical techniqu-2s. The pumping test results were taken from Water Resources Board , Sri Lanka. These pump tests were carried out ...
  • Ravindra, PS [Thesis-Abstract]
    Incorporating effective rainfall in irrigation water is an important task in water management. Understanding the climatic conditions is necessary to plan a raingauge network. The occurrence of thunderstorms is a main feature ...
  • Gunasekara, TAG
    Harnessing the nature's gift of water resources abundantly available, has been the daunting task of Sri Lankan life over hundreds of generations. Evidence of great historical hydraulic developments are standing monuments ...
  • Siriwardane, LS [Thesis-Abstract]
    The research considers the application probability Matrix Method to Labugama and of the Kalatuwawa reservoirs and storage-draft-probability of failure relationships have been derived. The study shows that preliminary ...