Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati  

Department of Civil Engineering

Dr. Sreeja Pekkat

Associate Professor

Water Resources Engineering And Management

Email: sreeja@iitg.ac.in

Phone:+91-361-2582408

International/ National Journals

  1. Ghosh, B. and Sreeja P. (2019). Effect of Initial Compaction State on Near-Saturated Hydraulic Conductivity, Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, ASCE, 145 (12), 04019028.

  2. Ghosh, B. and Sreeja P. (2019). A critical evaluation of measurement induced variability in infiltration characteristics for a river sub-catchment, Measurement, Elsevier, 132, 47-59, DOI: 10.1016/j.measurement.2018.09.018.

  3. Ghosh, B., Sreeja P., and Yamsani, S. K. (2019). Evaluation of Infiltrometers and Permeameters for Measuring Hydraulic Conductivity, Advances in Civil Engineering Materials, ASTM, 8(1), https://doi.org/10.1520/ACEM20180056.

  4. Ghosh, B. and Sreeja P. (2019). An Appraisal on the Interpolation Methods Used for Predicting Spatial Variability of Field Hydraulic Conductivity, Water Resources Management, Springer, 33 (6), 2175-2190.

  5. Ghosh, B. and Sreeja P. (2019). A critical evaluation of the variability induced by different mathematical equations on hydraulic conductivity determination using disc infiltrometer, Acta Geophysica, Springer, 67(3), 863-877.

  6. Naik, A. P., Ghosh, B. and Sreeja P. (2019). Estimating soil hydraulic properties using mini disc infiltrometer, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Taylor and Francis, 25 (1), 62-70.

  7. Sahoo, S. N. and Sreeja, P. (2018). Detention ponds for managing flood risk due to increased imperviousness: A case study in an urbanizing catchment of India, Natural Hazards Review, ASCE, 19(1): 05017008.

  8. Sahoo, S. N. and Sreeja, P. (2017). Sensitivity of imperviousness determination methodology on runoff prediction, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Taylor and Francis, 23 (3), 276-282.

  9. Sahoo, S. N. and Sreeja, P. (2016). Relationship between peak rainfall intensity (PRI) and maximum flood depth (MFD) in an urban catchment of Northeast India, Natural Hazards, Springer, 83:1527-1544 DOI:10.1007/s11069-016-2374-1.

  10. Sahoo, S. N. and Sreeja, P. (2016). Determination of Effective Impervious Area for an Urban Indian Catchment, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, 05016004 (1-10).

  11. Sahoo, S. N. and Sreeja, P. (2015). Development of Flood Inundation Maps and Quantification of Flood Risk in an Urban Catchment of Brahmaputra River, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty in Engineering Systems, Part A: Civ. Eng., ASCE-ASME, A4015001(1-11).

  12. Sahoo, S. N. and Sreeja, P. (2014). Determination of urbanization based on imperviousness, Urban Design and Planning, ICE Publishing, Thomas Telford, 167 (2), 49-57.

  13. Sahoo, S. N. and Sreeja, P. (2014). A methodology for determining runoff based on imperviousness in an un-gauged peri-urban catchment, Urban Water Journal, Taylor and Francis, 11(1), 42-54.

  14. Sahoo, S. N. and Sreeja, P. (2013). A review of Decision Support System Application in Flood Management, International Journal of Hydrology Science and Technology, Inderscience Publication, 3 (3), 206-220.

  15. Sahoo, S. N. and Sreeja, P. (2013) Role of rainfall events and imperviousness parameters in urban runoff modeling,  ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Taylor and Francis, 19 (3), 329-334.

  16. Bhave, S. and Sreeja, P. (2013). Influence of initial soil condition on infiltration characteristics determined using a disk infiltrometer,  ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Taylor and Francis, 19 (3), 291-296.

  17. Chandan Kumar and Sreeja, P. (2013). Reply to Discussion on Evaluation of selected equations for predicting scour at downstream of ski-jump spillway using laboratory and field data, Engineering Geology, Elsevier, 155, 96.

  18. Chandan Kumar and Sreeja, P. (2013). Reply to Discussion on "Evaluation of selected equations for predicting scour at downstream of ski-jump spillway using laboratory and field data, Engineering Geology, Elsevier, 152, 212.

  19. Sahoo, S. N., and Sreeja, P. (2012). Application of Geospatial Technologies to Determine Imperviousness in Peri-Urban Areas, International Journal of Remote Sensing Applications, 2(4), 47-51.

  20. Chandan Kumar and Sreeja, P. (2012). Evaluation of selected equations for predicting scour at downstream of ski-jump spillway using laboratory and field data, Engineering Geology, Elsevier, 129-130, 98-103.

  21. Sahoo, S. N. and Sreeja, P. (2011). Determination of infiltration parameters for urban flood modeling, Journal on Civil Engineering, imanager publications, India, 1 (3), 7-12.

  22. Sahoo, S. N. and Sreeja, P. (2011). Total and Effective Impervious Area from low resolution satellite imageries, International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering4 (6), 334-337.

  23. Sreeja, P. and Gupta, K. (2008). Transfer Function Formulation of Saint Venant' s Equations for Modeling Drainage Channel Flow : An Experimental Evaluation, Water Resources Management, Springer, 22 (12), 1881-1898.

  24. Sreeja, P. and Gupta, K. (2007). An Alternate Approach for Transient Flow Modeling in Urban Drainage Systems, Water Resources Management, Springer, 21(7), 1225-1244.

  25. Sreeja, P. and Gupta, K. (2006). Modeling of Detention Tank-Gate System using Frequency and Time Domain Approach, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 12(1), 110-120.

  26. Sreeja, P. and Gupta, K. (2006). Time and frequency domain approaches for dynamic modeling of detention tank systems, Journal of Applied Hydrology, XIX (4).

  27. Sreeja, P. and Jyothis Thomas (2006). Evaluation of Linear Perturbation Model for Rainfall-Runoff Transformation, Journal of Applied Hydrology, XIX (1-2), 46-58.

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