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SOURCE RELIABILITY ANALYSIS - FOR GOPAD RIVER AT BHIKAJHARIYA INTAKE SITE MASS FLOW STATEMENT AT 92 % DEPENDABILITY Gross catchment

of River Gopad upto Jhoko Guaging station GC 5407 sqkm Net catchment of River Gopad upto HW near village Bhikajhariya NC 2128 sqkm

0.3935639 Ratio of NC/GC A river flow guaging station exists at village Jhoko on River Gopad. As per flow data of CWC at Jhoko from 1979 to 2006, which was available for study and reference only; and can not be reproduced here; the 10 daily average flow from January 1992 to Jul 1992 were historically the lowest. The table of decending order of yields at Jhoko shows that summer of 1989 was more than 90% dependable. The flow series of 1989 has been evaluated as 90% dependable flow series for evaluation of storage requirements.

The 10 Daily average flow in Month has been estimated based on flow series at the Guaging Station at Jhoko on River Gopad. The catchment area type and vegitation cover for total catchment upto Jhoko and Net catchment upto HW near Village Bhikajhariya are simillar hence estimated flow at HW near Village Bhikajhariya are pro-rata the catchment areas. Design flow lifted by pumps @ 1000 cum/Hr/pump x 5 pumps working Storages proposed At Plant Surface area At Weir across Gopad Surface area Additional storage required at Plan Surface area Total Storage Total Surface area 5000 cum/hr = 1.389 Cum/Sec

3 3.7 Mm 625000 sqm

Present proposal Gated weir designed only for providing depth for drawal through inlet. Additional required

0.1 225000 0 0 3.8 850000

Mm sqm 3 Mm sqm 3 Mm sqm

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PRATHAMESH,Project Engineering and Management Consultants,Nagpur
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For all thermal power plants the raw water source reliability/dependability of at least 90% is required. No storage is required to be created within the River Gopad. prathamesh.376 1. 3.consultants@gmail.408 12.com.316 1.com 0091 712 2227056 . 2.301 1.866 3800000 3800000 3800000 3719160 3632101 3596882 3496863 3472292 Inflow Cum 1901664 1429920 1136160 1137024 1188864 1124064 1216512 11116224 Potential EvapoTranspiratio n [PET] for Drawal Alahabad Cum mm/Month 1200000 1200000 1200000 1200000 1200000 1200000 1200000 1200000 60 Potential PET lossesin Cum on average surface area Cum 17000 17000 17000 24083 24083 24083 41083 41083 Total Drawal & losses in the period Cum 1217000 1217000 1217000 1224083 1224083 1224083 1241083 1241083 Balance at end of period Cum 3800000 3800000 3719160 3632101 3596882 3496863 3472292 3800000 85 145 Potential Evapo-Transpiration [PET] for Alahabad .Nagpur nitinsjog@rediffmail.655 1. India Meteorological Department [in mm/month] RESULT 1.Scientific Report No 136-1971.315 1.MASS FLOW STATEMENT FOR DURATION OF LOWEST FLOW IN GOPAD RIVER Drawals and Losses -Cum Estimate Storage Part d duration at the Month of 1/3rd Discharg beginning of month e and Year month Cumecs Cum April 1989 May 1989 Jun 1989 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 2.Project Engineering and Management Consultants. The analysis shows that the proposed storage at plant end will be adequate to bridge over the deficiency in the flow available form the river source and will ensure more than 90% dependability of raw water supply. except for providing a weir for increasing the depth of flow to be suitable for drawal through the crib type inlet. Prepared by:  PRATHAMESH.201 1.