Biography

Prof. Anil Bhardwaj

Department of Soil and Water Engineering
Punjab Agricultural University, India

Professor


Email: abhardwaj_2000@rediffmail.com


Qualifications

2007 Ph.D., Soil and Water Engineering, Punjab Agricultural University, India

1992 M.S., Agricultural Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (I.I.T.), India

1983 B.S., Agricultural Engineering, Punjab Agricultural University, India


Publications (Selected)

  1. Bhardwaj, A. and Singh, R., (1992). Development of a portable rainfall simulator infiltrometer for infiltration, runoff and erosion studies. Agricultural Water Management, 22, 235-248.
  2. Bhardwaj, A. and Singh, R., (1993). Relationship between rain infiltration and ponded water infiltration. International Agricultural Engineering Journal 2(1&2), 73-81.
  3. Bhardwaj, A. and Yadav, B.R., (1994). A simple technique for diagnosis and reclamation of Ussar soils. Invention Intelligence, 29(6), 311-3
  4. Sur, H.S., Bhardwaj, A. and Jindal, P.K. (1999). Some hydrological parameters for design and operation of small earthen dams in lower Shiwaliks of Northern India. Agricultural Water Management, 42, 111-121.
  5. Sur, H.S., Bhardwaj, A. and Jindal, P.K. (2001). Performance evaluation and impact assessment of small water harvesting structures in the Shivalik foot-hills of Northern India. American Journal of Alternative Agriculture. 16(3), 124-130.
  6. Bhardwaj, A., Singh, H. and Chauhan, A.M. (2001). Performance evaluation of various rainfed sowing equipments for maize crop (Zea mays L.) in the Shiwalik foot-hills of Punjab (India). Int. Jr. of Agricultural Mechanization in Asia, Africa and Latin America. 32(4), 12-16.
  7. Bhardwaj, A. (2002). Controlling reservoir sedimentation through watershed treatment-a review. Indian Journal of Power and River Valley Development. 52 (5&6), 97-100.
  8. Bhardwaj, A. and Rana, D.S. (2008). Torrent control measures in Kandi area of Punjab, India – A case study. Jr. of Water Management. 16(1), 55-63.
  9. Bhardwaj, A. and Kaushal, M.P. (2009). Two Dimensional Physically Based Finite Element Runoff Model for Small Agricultural Watersheds: I. Model Development. Hydrological Processes. 23, 397-407.
  10. Bhardwaj, A. and Kaushal, M.P. (2009). Two Dimensional Physically Based Finite Element Runoff Model for Small Agricultural Watersheds: II. Model Testing and Field Application. Hydrological Processes. 23: 408-418.
  11. Bhardwaj, A. and Rana, D.S. and Kaushal, M.P. (2009). Methodology for Sustainable Management of Torrents in Shivalik Foot-hills of Punjab (India). In: Bhan N., Karale RL, Singh S, Bharti VK, Subramaniyan S and Bali JS (Ed.) Conservation Farming. Soil Conservation Society of India, New Delhi: 93-99.
  12. Bhardwaj, A., Garg, S, Sondhi, SK and Taneja, DS (2012). Nitrate contamination of shallow aquifer groundwater in the central districts of Punjab, India. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering. 54(1): 90-97.
  13. Sharma, SP and Bhardwaj, A. (2012). Simulation of runoff and soil loss using WEPP model – A review. Journal of Engineering Science and Management. 2(1): 173-179.
  14. Gill, GS and Bhardwaj, A. (2012). Maximum Rainfall Intensity-Duration-Frequency Curves and Regression Models for Kandi Area of Punjab. Crop Improvement, Special Issue: 481-82.
  15. Garg, S, Bhardwaj, A., Taneja, DS and Sondhi, SK (2013). Performance evaluation of solar photovoltaic (SPV) pumping system under field conditions. Water and Energy International. 70(8): 16-21.
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