Shafiq ur Rahman Sameja

Designation:                Lecturer
Qualifications:           
2016- In Progress     PhD – Civil Engineering   (working on Research)                             
                                 Specialization in Water Resources & Irrigation Engineering
                                 University of Engineering & Technology Taxila           
2013-2015               M. Sc – Civil Engineering                                                           
                                 Specialization in Water Resources & Irrigation Engineering
                                University of Engineering & Technology Taxila
2009-2013               B. Sc. – Civil Engineering                                                            
                                University of Engineering & Technology Taxila
 
Publication:
A. R. Ghumman, S. Ahmed, S. Rahman, Z. Khan, "Investigating Management of Irrigation Water in The Upstream Control System of The Upper Swat Canal". Iranian Journal of Science and Technology, Transactions of Civil Engineering. (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40996-018-0097-0
Teaching Courses:
  1. Fluid Mechanics
  2. Hydraulics Engineering
  3. Engineering Hydrology & Water Resource Management
  4. Irrigation Engineering
 
Research Interests:    Water Resource Engineering  
                                        Irrigation Engineering
                                        Hydraulics Engineering
                                        Sediment Transport

Hydrology and Hydraulics Lab

  1. Introduction of Hydrology and Hydraulics Lab and its Layout.
  1. To determine the relationship between upstream head and flow rate for water flowing over a sharp crested weir.
  1. To determine the relationship between upstream head and flow rate for water flowing over a broad crested weir.
  1. To determine the relationship between upstream head and flow rate for water flowing under a sluice gate.
  1. To determine the relationship between a specific energy and upstream head for water flowing under a sluice gate.
  1. To investigate the characteristics of a standing wave (Hydraulic Jump) produced when   water flows beneath a sluice gate and to observe the flow patterns obtained.
  1. Introduction, demonstration and working of Basic Hydrology Apparatus.
  1. Introduction about Hydrograph and factors affecting on its shape.
  1. Investigating rainfall-runoff relation of a Long Duration Rain Storm on Dry Catchment and Plot a Hydrograph
  1. Investigating rainfall-runoff relation of a Short Duration Rain Storm on Dry Catchment and Plot a Hydrograph
  1. Investigating rainfall-runoff relation of a Long Duration Rain Storm on Wet Catchment and Plot a Hydrograph
  1. Investigating rainfall-runoff relation of a Short Duration Rain Storm on Wet Catchment and Plot a Hydrograph
  1. Investigating rainfall-runoff relation of a Long Duration Rain Storm on Catchment with Slope and Plot a Hydrograph
  1. Investigating rainfall-runoff relation of a Short Duration Rain Storm on Catchment with Slope and Plot a Hydrograph
  1. To Determine the Evaporation Rate using US Class A Pan
  1. To Determine the Infiltration Rate using Single Ring Infiltrometer
  1. To Estimate the Rainfall depth of a single Event by using Rain-Gauge.

Fluid Mechanics Lab

  1. Determination of Cd of Rectangular Notch
  1. Determination of Cd of V-Notch.
  1. Determination of Hydraulic coefficient of an orifice.
  1. Determination of discharge and Cd of anVenturimeter.
  1. Determination of force developed by a Jet of water
  1. To study fluid friction on a Roughened pipe.
  1. To study fluid friction in a Smooth Bore pipe.
  1. Study of Model of a Pelton wheal turbine.
  1. Discharge under Varying Head
  1. Determination of Hydrostatic force.
  1. Determination of the Metacentric Height of a floating ship.
  1. To verify the impulse momentum principle for a jet of water striking on a stationary plate.
  1. To make the study double acting reciprocating pump.
  1. To make the study double acting centrifugal pump.
  1. To perform experiment on double acting reciprocating pump. And to determine % slip and co-efficient of discharge.
  1. To perform experiment on double acting centrifugal     pumps and hence to plot its characteristics curves.
  1. To determine densities and specific gravities.
  1. To determine the viscosity of various liquids.
  1. To observe the effect of the size of the gap between the two plates on capillary elevation.
  1. To measure the capillary elevation produced by various sizes of capillary tubes.
  1. To show that the free surfaces of a static liquid is horizontal.
  1. Effect of flow on free surface.
  1. Measurement of Liquid Levels.
  1. Study of Wind Reaction Turbine.
  1. Study of Wind Impulse Turbine.

Highway Lab

  1.  Lay Out Of Highway Lab.
  1.  Penetration of Bitumen of various grades.
  1.  Softening point of asphalt using ring and ball apparatus.
  1.  Flash and fire points by Cleveland open cup.
  1.  Quantitative extraction of bitumen from bituminous paving mixture.
  1.  Preparation of cylinders of bituminous paving mixture by manual compaction.
  1.  Resistance to plastic flow of bituminous mixture   using marshal apparatus.
  1.  Resistance to abrasion of coarse aggregate by Los Angeles machine.
  1.  Shape index test (flakiness and elongation index).
  1.  Specific gravity of bitumen.
  1.  Specific gravity and absorption of coarse aggregate.

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