Archive for the ‘Water Resources & Irrigation Engineering’ Category

Definition of Canal fall structure | Why these are required ?

Monday, April 1, 2013 21:26 No Comments

Canal fall structure may be defined as : Canal fall structure

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Classification of Canals based on discharge of canal

Wednesday, March 27, 2013 19:42 2 Comments

Classification of Canals based on discharge of canal Classification of canals on the basis of discharge are as follows: Main canal. Branch canal. Distributory canal. Minor canal. Water courses/Feeder channels.

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Classification of canals based on the function of canal

Wednesday, March 27, 2013 14:51 No Comments

Classification of canals based on the function of canal Classification of canals on the basis of their functions are given below: Irrigation canal. Navigation canal. Power canal. Carrier canal. Link canal. Feeder canal.

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Classification of canals on the source of supply & Inundation canal

Wednesday, March 27, 2013 14:14 No Comments

Classification of canals based on the nature of source of supply & Inundation canal Based on the nature of supply, there are following types of canals. Perennial canal/Permanent canal. Non-perennial canal. Inundation canal/rainy canal.

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Definition of canal | Uses of canals

Monday, March 18, 2013 20:04 No Comments

Definition of canal It is an artificial channel constructed on the ground to carry water to the field either from a reservoir, tank

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Types of irrigation | Gravity flow irrigation | Tank & Lift irrigation

Sunday, February 3, 2013 0:27 1 Comment

Types of irrigation There are three types of irrigation. Gravity flow or surface water flow. Tank or reservoir. Lift irrigation. Gravity flow or surface irrigation

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Resources of irrigation | Rainfall | Surface and Ground water

Thursday, January 31, 2013 19:29 No Comments

There are three Resources of irrigation. Resources of irrigation Rainfall. Surface water. Ground water. Rainfall

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Merits and Demerits of Irrigation

Wednesday, January 30, 2013 8:18 No Comments

Following are the important benefits of irrigation. Merits of irrigation During the period of low rainfall or drought, yield of crops may increased

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Why irrigation is required | Factors governing necessity of irrigation

Sunday, January 27, 2013 19:37 No Comments

Why irrigation is required ? Water requirements for crops vary from place to place depending upon nature of crops and site. In some areas there is no need of irrigation because the conditions are fulfilled by natural resouce i.e rainfall.

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Definition of Arid Semi arid and Humid Zone

Tuesday, January 22, 2013 15:45 No Comments

Arid zone This may be defined as The zone for which mean annual rainfall is less than 15 inches is called as arid zone. Or

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