Best Reference Books – Engineering Hydrology

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Engineering Hydrology subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Engineering Hydrology along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Engineering Hydrology subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Engineering Hydrology" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Engineering Hydrology” by K Subramanya

“Engineering Hydrology” Book Review: This book is designed for undergraduate students. This book covers precipitation, abstractions from precipitations, streamflow measurement, runoff, hydrographs,floods, flood routing and groundwater.

2. “Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering” by S K Garg

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“Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering” Book Review: This book is designed for students of degree and diploma courses. This book covers flood forecasting and computer applications in water resources systems. This book has 500 objective questions. This book is written in simple language and covers subject matter in detail.

3. “Engineering Hydrology (Oxford Higher Education)” by R Berndtsson and P Bhunya

“Engineering Hydrology (Oxford Higher Education)” Book Review: This book is designed for undergraduate students of civil engineering students. This book explains a basic knowledge of water, water forms and locations, the hydrologic cycle and methods to analyze hydrograph applications. This book also explains simulation and synthetic methods in hydrology, rainfall-runoff relationships and statistical methods in hydrology.

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4. “Hydrology and Soil Conservation Engineering: Including Watershed Management” by Ghanshyam Das

“Hydrology and Soil Conservation Engineering: Including Watershed Management” Book Review: This book covers precipitation, abstraction losses, stream flow, runoff, frequency analysis of hydrologic events, hydrographs, flood routing, system, conceptual and dynamic models of runoff hydrograph and time series analysis. This book also deals with soil erosion, controlling soil erosion, water harvesting, watershed management and field measurements. This book has practice questions at the end of each chapter. This book provides objective type questions.

5. “Engineering Hydrology” by Rajesh Srivastava and Ashu Jain

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“Engineering Hydrology” Book Review: This book starts with the introduction of engineering hydrology. This book covers precipitation, abstraction from precipitation, runoff, hydrograph analysis, hydrograph routing, groundwater, irrigation and water resource management, statistical method of hydrology and measurements of hydrologic variables. This book provides both objective and descriptive questions. This book also provides numerical questions.

6. “Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering” by K C Patra

“Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering” Book Review: This book discusses surface water hydrology, hydrologic processes, analysis and design. This book covers precipitation, infiltration, evaporation, streamflow-runoff estimation, evapo-transpiration, hydrograph, flood estimation, flood routing and reservoir and sedimentation.

7. “Elementary Engineering Hydrology” by Deodhar

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“Elementary Engineering Hydrology” Book Review: This book is designed for undergraduate and diploma students of civil engineering. This book starts with the introduction of hydrology. This book covers hydrometeorology, evaporation and transpiration, precipitation, infiltration, hydrograph, runoff, floods, discharge measurement, flood routing and groundwater.

8. “Hydrology: Principles, Analysis, Design” by H M Raghunath

“Hydrology: Principles, Analysis, Design” Book Review: This book discusses fundamental hydrology. This book covers precipitation, water losses and more. This book is designed for professionals in the fields of civil and agricultural engineering, geology and earth sciences. This book provides problems for assignment.

9. “A Textbook of Hydrology” by P Jaya Rami Reddy

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“A Textbook of Hydrology” Book Review: This book is designed for undergraduate and graduate students. This book covers precipitation, evaporation, transpiration, infiltration, run-off, storage and groundwater. This book provides exercises under three categories namely objective, descriptive and analytical.

10. “Engineering Technology” by Manish Kumar Goyal
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