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Title: SIMULATION STUDY OF FLOOD DETENTION BASINS IN KASHMIR VALLEY
Authors: Banday, Z. A.
Keywords: HYDROLOGY
FLOOD DETENTION BASINS
KASHMIR VALLEY
FLOOD PEAK
Issue Date: 1978
Abstract: The study deals with the development of a model for predicting the behaviour of detention basins during floods, The model is developed in the context of Jchlum River Basin in Kashmir Valley, The simulation technique is used as a tool in this model and a simulation programme h s been prepared, The IBM 1620 and the IBM 360/Lit+ computers were used for developing the above simulation programme, It shows in this study that the flood detention period of basin varies with (i) flood peak , (ii)elements of the flood hydrograph and its shape, and (iii)Fina11y the routing period, The levels of basins as proposed in the Jehlum River Basin project report are sufficient. to accommodate the design flood of 90000 cusecs► For higher floods the flood spill channel capacity upstream of Srinagar City may be increased to eavc the city from desastrous floods,
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/11539
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
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