Advanced Engineering Hydrology & Watershed Management – First Intake

No Students Full Name Advanced Engineering Hydrology & Watershed Management (CE 5801)
1 A. D. I. S. Arangalla HYDROLOGICAL IMPLICATION DUE TO UNAUTHORIZED LAND FILLING AND SURFACE DRAINAGE BLOCKAGE AT MALIGAWA ROAD-RATHMALANA
2 D. W. K. D. Amarathunge FLOODING AT HIGH LEVEL ROAD AT MAKUMBURA
3 J. P. G. Jayarathne Improving the Drainage in oder to Mitigate the Flood Damage at Culvert 22/1 of the Attidiya Kawdana Road
4 I. S. Wikramasinghe COMPARISON OF RAINFALL DURATION FREQUENCY STUDIES
5 K. L. I. C. Kariyawasam SAMARADENIYA RESERVOIR FLOOD STUDY AND OPERATION STUDY
6 M. L. N.  Manjula HYDROLOGICAL STUDY FOR PATTIWILA FLOOD MITIGATION
7 P. Anojan GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION IN THE EASTERN PART OF AMPARA DISTRICT
8 P. M.  Jayadeera DERIVATION OF FLOOD HYDROGRAPHS IN SMALL UNGAUGED CATCHMENTS
9 R. H. P. G. O.  Gayan PROPOSED RESERVOIR AT APAREKKA AREA
10 R. M. M.  R. Alawathugoda Screening of Hydrological Data and Computing Catchment Inflow using Observed Rainfall and Comparision with the Inflow Computed using 75% Rainfall and Iso Yield Curves
12 G. Thapa DETERMINING THE SIZE OF STORM WATER OUTLET HYDRAULIC STRUCTURE IN UNIVERSITY OF MORATUWA CAMPUS
13 H. Chemjong FLOOD MITIGATION PROPOSAL OF MOLPE AREA
14 R. Ali FLOOD WATER MANAGEMENT AND WATERSHED URBANIZATION IN SAMMANTHURAI AREA
15 S. Sarankan THE VILLAGE ORR’S HILL HAD BEEN COPVERED BY PIPE BORN WATER SUPPLY SCHEME IN EARLY 2000, IS FACING SHORTAGE OF WATER SUPPLLY PRESENT
16 M. Jamaan EFFECT OF INCRESING DEPTH RATE TO EXTRACT GROUNDWATER THAN NORMEL LEVEL
17 M. A. Y. Rasmy ESTIMATION OF SOIL EROSION IN THE AREA OF UNIVERSITY OF MORATUWA
18 S.  Tobgay STORMWATER DRAINAGE DESIGN AT MOLPORA
19 W. Keerthirathna FLOODING AT MEETOTAMULLA, KOLONNAWA