Manoj Jha

Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering

North Carolina A & T State University

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Course Modules (6)

Unit 1. Module Introduction part of Water Sustainability in Cities
Unit 1 introduces the Water Sustainability in Cities Module. The content establishes the foundation definitions of sustainability, sustainable development, and water sustainability in cities. Key sustainability ...

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Unit 5. Net Zero Water Buildings part of Water Sustainability in Cities
Unit 5 addresses the concept of Net Zero Water of buildings. Net Zero Water can be defined in different ways. For this module it means a building's water needs are supplied 100% from harvested rainwater or ...

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Unit 2. Urban Hydrology part of Water Sustainability in Cities
Unit 2 engages students in topics related to the water cycle, both from natural and urban system perspectives. Students are assigned approximately 30 minutes of reading (short article) and are required to watch a ...

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Unit 7. Low Impact Development and Green Infrastructure part of Water Sustainability in Cities
Unit 7 continues the use of the CME Building Case Study to explore water sustainability in the context of a building. The activity is extended to the catchment level, and a new tool for catchment level storm water ...

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Unit 6. Rainwater Harvesting part of Water Sustainability in Cities
Unit 6 covers the preliminary design of a rainwater harvesting unit. Pre-class assignments provide background on rainwater harvesting. An active learning exercise steps student teams through the process of sizing a ...

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Unit 8. Impacts of Extreme Hydroclimatic Events part of Water Sustainability in Cities
Unit 8 covers the basics of hydroclimatic extreme events with a focus on floods and droughts. Topics include introduction to floods and droughts, impact of urbanization on extremes, how to understand and predict ...

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Unit 1. Module Introduction part of Water Sustainability in Cities
Unit 1 introduces the Water Sustainability in Cities Module. The content establishes the foundation definitions of sustainability, sustainable development, and water sustainability in cities. Key sustainability ...

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Unit 5. Net Zero Water Buildings part of Water Sustainability in Cities
Unit 5 addresses the concept of Net Zero Water of buildings. Net Zero Water can be defined in different ways. For this module it means a building's water needs are supplied 100% from harvested rainwater or ...

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Unit 2. Urban Hydrology part of Water Sustainability in Cities
Unit 2 engages students in topics related to the water cycle, both from natural and urban system perspectives. Students are assigned approximately 30 minutes of reading (short article) and are required to watch a ...

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Unit 7. Low Impact Development and Green Infrastructure part of Water Sustainability in Cities
Unit 7 continues the use of the CME Building Case Study to explore water sustainability in the context of a building. The activity is extended to the catchment level, and a new tool for catchment level storm water ...

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Unit 6. Rainwater Harvesting part of Water Sustainability in Cities
Unit 6 covers the preliminary design of a rainwater harvesting unit. Pre-class assignments provide background on rainwater harvesting. An active learning exercise steps student teams through the process of sizing a ...

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Unit 8. Impacts of Extreme Hydroclimatic Events part of Water Sustainability in Cities
Unit 8 covers the basics of hydroclimatic extreme events with a focus on floods and droughts. Topics include introduction to floods and droughts, impact of urbanization on extremes, how to understand and predict ...

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Data analyses for water resources design parameter part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Engineering, Sustainability, and the Geosciences:Activities
Students use historical time series of streamflow data and perform statistical analyses to develop flow duration curve and other relevant analyses. Finally, they interpret the usefulness of these analyses to use in the design of water resources structures.

Course (1)

Water Resources Engineering Design (CIEN 560) part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Engineering, Sustainability, and the Geosciences:Courses
This is an upper level course for senior undergraduate and graduate students. The mode is fully lecture with a field trip and a design project. Students learn a series of design problems of water resources structures including open channel, reservoir storage, water supply system, and storm and sanitary sewer system.

Essay (1)

Integrating Geoscience into Water Resources Engineering part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Engineering, Sustainability, and the Geosciences:Essays
Manoj Jha, Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, North Carolina A & T State University Since fall of 2010, I have been teaching few undergraduate courses in water resources areas including ...