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Hydraulic Division

"Empowering Water Solutions through Precision Hydraulics!"

Rivers and Streams

"Hydraulic analysis is essential in rivers and streams for understanding flow patterns, assessing flood risks, and ensuring effective water resource management."

  • River training works design
  • Riverbed scour analysis
  • Sediment transport analysis
  • Bank stabilization design
  • Flood modelling and analysis
  • Erosion control measures design
  • Fish passage design
  • In-stream flow requirements analysis
  • Habitat improvement design
  • River restoration design

Hydraulic analysis is of utmost importance in rivers and streams, as it enables effective management and sustainable use of these natural water systems. Rivers and streams continuously shape their channels through erosion, deposition, and sediment transport processes. Hydraulic analysis provides insights into channel morphology, such as meandering patterns, bank erosion, and sedimentation.

Dams and Barrages

Hydraulic analysis is crucial in dams and barrages to optimize water storage and release, ensure structural safety, and prevent operational problems such as sedimentation and erosion.

  • Dam Break Analysis
  • Flood Inundation mapping
  • Spillway design and analysis
  • Gate design and analysis
  • Scour depth estimation and control
  • Reservoir operation and flood control analysis
  • Seepage analysis and remedial measures
  • Hydraulic jump analysis
  • Outlet works design and analysis
  • Energy dissipation calculation and design
  • Intake structure design and analysis
  • Sedimentation and sediment flushing analysis
  • Dam safety evaluation and risk assessment
  • Tailrace Analysis
  • Stilling basin design and analysis

Hydraulic analysis ensures structural integrity, flood control, sedimentation management, and environmental sustainability. It optimizes design, enhances operational efficiency, and mitigates risks, supporting their vital roles in water resource management, energy production, and flood control.

Highways and Roads

Hydraulic analysis is important in highways and roads to design proper drainage systems, prevent water-related damage, and ensure safe and efficient transportation.

  • Drainage system design and construction
  • Erosion control measures design
  • Hydraulic analysis for bridge and culvert design
  • Water quality management
  • Wetland mitigation
  • Floodplain management
  • Hydraulic modelling and analysis

Hydraulic analysis is essential as it ensures efficient surface drainage, appropriate bridge and culvert design, erosion control, and floodplain management. It improves infrastructure resiliency, improves safety, lowers maintenance costs, and optimises road design. The construction of secure, long-lasting roads that can withstand hydraulic problems is made possible by embracing hydraulic analysis principles.


Hydraulic analysis is critical in bridges to assess the potential impacts of floods and other water-related hazards, design effective bridge piers and abutments, and ensure bridge safety and longevity.

  • Scour analysis and countermeasures.
  • Bridge pier and abutment design
  • Waterway analysis
  • Sediment transport analysis
  • Hydraulic design of bridge openings and culverts
  • Floodplain mapping and analysis
  • Bridge deck drainage system design
  • Stream bank stabilization and erosion control
  • Stream flow analysis

hydraulic analysis ensures the structural integrity, hydraulic effectiveness, and safety of bridges. It optimises sizes, clearances, and designs to reduce the risk of flooding and facilitate effective water passage. Additionally, it aids in scour and erosion assessment, enabling efficient defences. For safe bridge design and maintenance in hydraulic environments, hydraulic analysis is essential.

Urban Planning

Hydraulic analysis is essential in urban planning to evaluate and design efficient stormwater management systems, prevent urban flooding, and protect water resources in urban areas.

  • Stormwater management and drainage system design
  • Flood risk assessment and mitigation planning
  • Green infrastructure planning and design
  • Water supply and distribution system design
  • Low impact development design
  • Water quality management
  • Urban stream restoration
  • Sustainable water resource planning and management
  • Erosion and sediment control planning and design

hydraulic analysis is essential in urban planning. It is used to create efficient stormwater management systems, optimise drainage systems, and reduce flood risks by analysing rainfall patterns, runoff characteristics, and hydraulic behaviour. It makes sure that water is managed sustainably, improves urban resilience, and aids in the creation of secure and useful urban settings.


Hydraulic analysis is essential in irrigation to optimize water distribution, design efficient irrigation systems, and improve water use efficiency in agricultural practices.

  • Irrigation system design and planning
  • Crop water requirement analysis
  • Irrigation scheduling and management
  • Drip irrigation system design and installation
  • Sprinkler irrigation system design and installation
  • Soil moisture monitoring and management
  • Water conveyance system design and construction
  • Canal design and construction
  • Irrigation drainage design and management
  • Pumping system design and operation
  • Irrigation system performance evaluation and optimization

hydraulic analysis is essential for effective water distribution and system design. To reduce water waste and increase crop output, it entails assessing flow rates, pressure needs, and hydraulic behaviour. In order to ensure correct water delivery, this study dictates irrigation timing, pipe sizing, and pump choice. Hydraulic analysis ultimately promotes efficient irrigation, water conservation, and sustainable agriculture.