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Title: Simulation studies, command area development and design of Hydraulic structures of proposed Srisailam Left Bank Canal, A.P.
Researcher: Matcha, Lilly Padmaja Joshi
Guide(s): Ram Mohan Reddy, K
Keywords: Water Resources, Stochastic Dynamic Programming Model, Srisailam Project, Telugu Ganga Canal
Upload Date: 25-Aug-2011
University: Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University
Completed Date: March 2010
Abstract: Water being a prime natural resource, its essentiality and need is getting increased constantly. The management of water is crucial keeping in view the assessment and the availability and utilization. It needs proper planning and efficient management of water is foremost for development of a country. The resources of water are in four forms, i.e., Rain water, surface water, ground water and soil moisture. These four sources of water are known as ‘Four Waters’ and these should be put to effective use, as and when they occur. Rain water harvesting, storage and diversion of surface water, pumping of the dynamic part of ground water without exceeding the recharging possibilities, conservation and utilization of soil moisture are some of the measures to be adopted under the Four Waters Concept. Planned storage and diversion of surface water resource with development projects should be scientifically analyzed and designed as to their technical, social and economic feasibilities to obtain the necessary political and financial support for the final selection. Many project proposals formulated by the agencies consequently suffer as they lack in the concerned feasibility study resulting in delays in their clearance or rejection.
Pagination: xvii, 191p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/2409
Appears in Departments:Faculty of Water Resources

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