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Title: BEHAVIOUR OF UDUTHORE HALLA RESERVOIR AS REGARD TO STORAGE AND YIELD
Authors: Rao, L. G. Vasantha
Keywords: HYDROLOGY
UDUTHORE HALLA RESERVOIR
BEHAVIOUR OF UDUTHORE HALLA
RESERVOIR STORAGE
Issue Date: 1979
Abstract: 8cttratiat Of ntoragc. nd 7L014 of a R3ocrvoir to utitiio the grater' ococatty, inan iortant H7droioglcal proion. Zn t contoxt of Ineroasod and over gassing need for water and in view of xiecd for optimumut i tLai of vator r000uroc dthtn fixed b iartee it to vary txucb imporitivo to draw ' rp dec niozio roi.ar4thG otarago capacity cd yield Zn this coitcxt, it to nococoary to xzo a std of the tradtttoioi e thodo for 4oaj n of rcoorotr capacity asuallas to ins1yce the naia techniquoc that era being dovolopod in this field, T& 4n th cxanp1c of a proposed medium irrtgattu& p!rojcct in iatatto (tlduthoro pia DOrV Pro oc ) otig 4o i s of storage eupeotty has boon arsod ci»tb coi uto r facilityiity tso1 an ettompt has boont do to briefly ry o r tho tradittcat approachoc to the .oaatn of aorotr capacity namoly the netho of Bippl (0 CUPvo) ia fiasco and Sud ar, Tho dcvoZc' g co tq eo based on a'nthotie gonorttim of data, Qucuing theory and tho tior1c of Ln gboin in this fiotd havc boon rovicia4, r4 i ! - t r' } ■ ' 7. sib a .s r ' a J E i ! ,1 ~Ii~ r _- w f : zj 6 70CV5 of fZo date nd also 50 yearn of generated data. 45 alternative storage and draft combinations have been tried to arrive at the econo- mical combination of the storage and draft combination and the relative merits of each are noted. The studies have been made with respect to the given draft rate (as per the demand table).. For methods, by which it is not possible to analyse varying draft rats, uniform yearly draft rate Is considered.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2918
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
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