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**AMBEDKAR PRANAHITHA-CHEVELLA SUJALA SRAVANTHI
**

PACKAGE-21

DESIGN OF UNDER TUNNEL AT Km. 25.509

(Gravity Canal from Kondam Cheruvu to Gadkol)

CONTENTS

S.No

DESCRIPTION

I

NOTE ON DESIGN FEATURES

II

DESIGN CALCULATIONS

1

1 HYDRAULIC PARTICULARS OF CANAL

4

2 STREAM PARTICULARS

4

3 M.F.L & VENTWAY

5

4 TRANSITIONS

12

5 TAIL CHANNEL

13

6 T.E.L.CALCULATIONS

14

7 DESIGN OF DROPS

21

8 SCOUR DEPTH

22

9 DESIGN OF HEAD WALL, WING WALL & RETURNS

23

10 DESIGN OF BARREL

III

Page No

DRAWINGS

1. INDEX & CATCHMENT AREA MAP

2. PLAN PROFILE

3. GRID PLAN

4. LS & CS OF STREAM

5. GENERAL PLAN & SECTION

6. R C C DETAILS OF BOX AND SECTIONS

31

**DR.B.R.AMBEDKAR PRANAHITHA-CHEVELLA SUJALA SRAVANTHI
**

PACKAGE-21

DESIGN OF UNDER TUNNEL AT Km. 25.509

NOTE ON DESIGN FEATURES

1.0 INTRODUCTION:

The alignment of gravity Canal from Kondam cheruvu to gadkol under DR.B.R.AMBEDKAR PRANAHITHACHEVELLA SUJALA SRAVANTHI crosses the stream @ Km.25.509. As seen from the Bed Level of Canal and

stream a Under tunnel is feasible. Hence, a Box type Under tunnel is designed with the following

Hydraulic Particulars.

2.0 HYDRAULIC PARTICULARS OF CANAL:

Sl. No. Description

Units

cumecs

Particulars

1

Discharge (R / D)

2

Bed Width

m

8.492 / 8.517

6.200

3

F.S.D

m

4

Side Slopes

---

5

Bed fall

---

1 in 6000

6

Value of rugosity

---

0.018

7

Free board

m

0.750

8

Velocity

m/sec

0.733

9

Top Width of banks L/R

m

10

C.B.L

m

11

F.S.L

m

+ 422.649

12

T.B.L

m

+ 423.399

13

Stream bed level @ crossing

m

+ 415.985

1.400

1.5 :1 / 2.0 :1

4.0 + Dowel / 2.500

+ 421.249

3. STREAM PARTICULARS

Sl. No. Description

Units

Particulars

1

Catchment Area

Sq.Km

2.724

2

M.F.D by Dicken’s formula

Cumecs

35.410

3

Bed level of stream crossing

m

+ 415.985

4

Bed fall

---

1 in 299

5

Value of n (assumed)

---

0.030

6

Avg. depth of flow

m

1.620

7

Avg. velocity

m/sec

1.269

8

MFL's

i. at crossing

m

+ 418.052

ii. at 20 m u/s

m

+ 418.172

ii. at 20m d/s

m

+ 417.746

4.

FLOW

TheVENT

canalWAY

bedFOR

levelSTREAM

@ crossing

is +421.249 and the stream bed level @ crossing is +415.985.There is head

way of 5.264 m for stream flow under the canal. Hence Two vents of 2.4 x 1.5 m (RCC box) is proposed.

Barrel is of Box type proposed in VRCC M 30. Below the barrel 150 mm thick base in CC M10 is proposed.

PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.794

1

Canal bed level

=

+ 421.249

Thickness of roof +Sealing coat

=

0.350

Inside of barrel top slab

=

+ 417.485

Barrel depth

=

1.500

Barrel floor Level

=

+ 415.985

+ 0.04

**5.0 TOTAL ENERGY LEVELS:
**

The total energy levels are worked out from d/s of the structure. The coefficients for sudden expansion

and sudden contraction considered are 0.5 and 0.3 respectively. Similarly the coefficients for gradual

expansion and contraction considered as 0.3 and 0.2 respectively. The head over the drop is found by

trial and error. The following are T.E.L & MFL’s.

S.No.

Description

M.F.L.

T.E.L

1

Section 8-8 (Just outside the transition)

417.555

417.623

2

Section-7-7 (Just inside the transition)

417.544

417.634

3

Section-6-6 (Just outside the exit end of barrel)

417.279

417.774

4

**Section-5-5 (Just inside the barrel @ exit end)
**

(Barrel roof level +)

417.965

0

5

Section-4-4 (Just inside the barrel at entrance)

417.485

418.443

6

Section-3-3 (Just outside the barrel @ entrance)

418.349

418.548

7

Section-2-2 (Just inside u/s transition)

418.551

418.585

8

Section-1-1 (first Drop )

As seen from the above the barrel will partial flow.

418.551

6. DESIGN OF DROP

The difference in barrel floor level and U/s stream bed level is to be negotiated by a drop of -3.03m. The

drop crest level considered is stream B.L.at 20m u/s ie., +416.33. The top width and bottom width are

calculated by the formula given in the CWC manual on falls. Thickness of apron and length of apron are

also calculated by the formula given in the above manual.

The following are the dimensions of drop:

1st Drop

1. Top Width

=

0.500 m

2. Bottom Width

=

0.500 m

3. Thickness of apron

=

0.150 m

4. Length of apron

=

10.000 m

including 75mm wearing coat

The drop wall is proposed in VCC M20 and apron is proposed to be constructed in VCC M20 using 40 MSA.

Thickness of foundation under the drop is 500 mm in VCC M20.

7.0 SCOUR DEPTHS:

The widths of transitions @ entry and exit are 17.14 m and 17.14 m respectively. With silt factor as 1, the

maximum scour levels on U/s & D/s works out to + 415.26 & + 414.265 respectively. The foundation of u/s

Returns and Drop is proposed @ + 415.41. Hence cut-off on U/s is not required. On D/s the foundation

level is + 415.21 However provided 4.9 m cutoff.

8. SUB-STRUCTURE

PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.794

2

The Barrel is of R.C.C box type and designed for earth/ water over it and earth pressure on sides. The

analysis is done in STAAD Analysis for the different load combinations i.e., U.T barrel full with earth

pressure, U.T barrel empty with earth pressure. The stresses and coefficients adopted are,

PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.794

3

Mix proposed

=

M30

(As per IS3370 -Part I 2009)

Stress in concrete

=

10

Kg/cm2

(As per IS3370 -Part II 2009)

Stress in steel

=

1300

Kg/cm2

(As per IS3370 -Part II 2009)

Modular ratio

=

9.333

Lever arm coefficient

=

0.861

Neutral axis coefficient

=

0.418

M.R coefficient

=

1.798

Thickness of the top and bottom slabs under the trough and under the bank works out to 35 cm. The

thickness of the External wall and internal wall is 30 cm. & 20 cm. It is checked for shear and bond.

12mm thick expansion joints with 225 wide PVC water stopper are proposed at the interface of the earth

bank and the trough. They shall be filled with Asphaltic joint filler.

The Head wall, Wings & Returns are designed for saturated earth pressures keeping the water face

vertical and rear batter and stability calculations are done as per T.V.A procedure.

The Foundation under the wings and returns is 500 mm in VCC M20 using 40 MSA. The following are the

stresses in the Wings and returns.

Sl.

No.

STRESS STABLE

Soil (t/m²)

Max

Min

1

Return wall (u/s)

10.126

5.418

2

wing wall(U/s)

10.936

4.351

3

Sloped Wing wall (U/s)

17.197

5.073

4

sloped wing wall (D/s)

34.920

-4.361

5

wing wall(D/s)

7.422

4.232

6

Return wall (D/s)

7.422

4.232

9. TAIL CHANNEL

A tail channel of bed width equal to transition width on d/s is to be excavated till the barrel floor level

meets the natural stream bed level. The tail channel is proposed to be protected with 300 mm thick

revetment and pitching for bed & sides for a length of 5.0 m . At the ends 450 mm x 450 mm profile wall

is proposed in VCCM15

**10. LEADING CHANNEL
**

The stream bed is to be re-graded up to drop wall. The leading channel is also proposed to be protected

as in the case of tail channel. Guide bunds to the extent as per site condition may be provided to train

the flow

PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.794

4

**DESIGN OF UNDER TUNNEL AT Km. 25.509
**

1. Hydraulic particulars of canal at the location of the structure

S.No.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

Description

Discharge R/D

Bed Width

Full supply depth

Free board

Bed fall

Velocity

Value of 'n'

Side slopes (I/O)

Top width of banks (L/R)

Canal bed level

Full supply level

Top of bank

GL

2 Stream Particulars:

i)Catchment Area

Units

Cumecs

m

m

m

m

m/sec

–

–

m

m

m

m

m

=

Particulars

8.492 / 8.517

6.200

1.400

0.750

1 in 6000

0.733

0.0180

1.5 :1 / 2:1

4.0 + Dowel / 2.5

+ 421.249

+ 422.649

+ 423.399

+ 415.985

2.724

Sq. Km

3/4

CM

ii)Dickens Formula

Q

=

where C =

16.7

for catchment areas from > 2.5 Sq. Kms

M = is the Catchment area

Hence Q

=

( 16.7 x

2.724)^ 0.75

=

cumecs

35.410

iii) Stream bed level at crossing

=

415.985

m

iv) Stream bed level at 20m U/s

=

416.330

m

v) Stream bed level at 20m D/s

=

415.841

m

vi) Average depth of flow

=

1.620

m

vii) average velocity

=

1.269

m/sec

3.0. M.F.L. Calculations & Vent way:3.1 Bed fall of Stream:

1. Bed level at Km 0.000 (Crossing)

-Bed level at - 299.8 m u/s

:

:

415.985

421.158

Slope 1 in

57.9

**2. Bed level at Km 0.000 (Crossing)
**

-Bed level at - 200 m u/s

:

:

415.985

417.793

Slope 1 in

110.6

**3. Bed level at Km 0.000 (Crossing)
**

-Bed level at - 100 m u/s

:

:

415.985

418.699

Slope 1 in

36.8

**4. Bed level at Km 0.000 (Crossing)
**

-Bed level at -60 m u/s

:

:

415.985

418.159

Slope 1 in

27.6

**5. Bed level at Km 0.000 (Crossing)
**

Bed level at 60 m d/s

:

:

415.985

415.687

Slope 1 in

201.3

**6. Bed level at Km 0.000 (Crossing)
**

Bed level at 200 m d/s

:

:

415.985

416.119

Slope 1 in

1492.5

7. Bed level at Km 0.000 (Crossing)

:

415.985

Slope 1 in

187.0

PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.794

4

000 0.9 + 110.5+187) = Adopt a bed fall of 1 in PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.Bed level at 376.6 + 36.8 + 27.7 m d/s : 413.000 say and the value of n as 187.978 299.794 299.0300 5 .970 Slope 1 in Average of 1-7 = ( 57.6+201.0 301.3+1492.

000 45.539 418.000 4.000 10.793 0.m) Perime ter (m) Cross Chainage 0.381 417.052 417.8 45.16 0.691 Assuming the MFL as 418.528 418.805 m 418.674 0.158 10.347 m/sec AxV 26.539 418.011 10.001 10.L at Crossing M.745 8.128 0.287 0.000 10.172 417.L at 30 m U/S : M.004 10.000 30.F. Stream bed levels 418.01 0.00 0.000 20.079 0.612 0.092 P = = R2/3 = V Q Cal 418.389 0.000 .539 418.410 HENCE O.00 )2/3 0.793 0.539 418.L at 30 m D/S : : : : : : 3.800 0.539 = = = = = = = = PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.000 0.6988 m 1 x 0.F.817 419.2.000 3.1 M.029 4.699 x 1/√ 299.284 418.L at 20 m D/S M.000 26.00 44.410 cumecs = 35.381 417.L at 30 m U/S M.F.700 6.L at 20 m U/S M.01 (A/P)2/3 ( 26.919 417.000 10.539 418.L at 10m D/s M.000 0.000 10.3.F.284 418.539 418.F.539 418.L.000 10.870 0.539 Distance Area (Sq.K.539 418.895 6.539 418.000 44.62 0.347 35.811 417.F.030 1.000 + 1.000 -20.F.00 -30.919 417.F.528 418.633 0.000 -10.539 418.794 Depth Average Depth 0.3 x 1.2 MFL of the Cross sections: M.73 1.335 0.26 0.811 417.746 417.3 / 45.972 418. cumecs 5 .

000 P = = R2/3 = (A/P)2/3 = = = = = = = = 24.377 0.072 3.256 418.800 0.000 0.8 35.299 418.376 1.000 30.796 416.330 418.74 x 1/√ )2/3 299.565 0.172 418.909 9.291 417.330 418.348 0.263 0.921 0.000 0.000 -9.172 418.000 37.824 417.000 -19.800 9.200 9.172 -10 Cross Chainage : Depth Average Depth 0.172 418.430 = 35.F.2.172 418.794 417.000 7.410 cumecs 6 .172 418.000 m/sec x cumecs 1.F.172 418.376 1.811 0.000 10.000 24.172 418.200 9.000 0.480 418.358 0.068 0.000 + 1.820 417.074 0.000 0.741 0.000 20.794 36.000 0.824 417. Stream bed levels 418.2 M.7420 1 x 0.254 0.000 0.000 -29.172 418.19 -30.639 0.000 1.172 Distance Area (Sq.378 0. V Q PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.796 417.410 HENCE O.021 9.172 417.F.026 0.525 Cal 418.871 8.021 9.820 417.03 1.074 -20.172 418.K.179 0.008 10.800 .821 -9.842 0.808 417.172 418.262 0.000 0.000 0.893 0.000 0.430 AxV 24.84 / m 0.109 0.735 m 10 20 30 40 Assuming the MFL as 418.L.074 0.m) Perime ter (m) Cross Chainage 0.808 417.172 418.800 -10.172 418.376 0.000 7.000 36.172 418.756 0.000 0.352 0.000 0.364 0.172 418.9 38.742 38.350 0.174 0.794 417.179 0.800 0.172 418. Stream bed levels 420 419 Elevation 418 417 416 -40 -30 -20 3.MFL @ 30 m u/s M.796 416.796 417.371 0.000 0.000 0.800 -20.000 0.8 0.L at 20 m U/S M.L.

F.972 417.160 1.794 : Depth Average Depth 0.216 0.300 58.390 0.14 0.000 10.972 417.105 10.632 0.189 0.138 0.972 417.972 417.985 417.602 26.m) Perime ter (m) Cross Chainage 0.812 417.105 9.00 0.829 0.494 10.676 417.135 1.427 29.972 417.270 0.000 0.593 417.972 417.972 417.000 0.40 0.832 0.833 417.701 30.105 9.564 0.066 0.263 0.000 + 1.000 -19.16 0.3 M.512 0.615 2.000 8.895 -10.571 417.L at Crossing M.035 418.895 -20.060 1.2.40 0.14 0.16 0.229 0.000 6.570 417.835 417.042 2.895 10.873 417.10 58.972 P = = PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.99 -30. Stream bed levels Cal 418.L.570 417.170 10.38 0. Stream bed levels 419 418 417 416 415 Elevation -40 -30 -20 -10 10 20 30 40 Cross Chainage 3.377 0.836 417.972 417.378 0.F.571 417.972 417.105 9.129 0.000 0.836 417.838 415.14 0.00 0.L.030 417.001 6.13 1.676 417.30 0.299 58.895 .000 10.972 Distance Area (Sq.000 -9.MFL @20 m u/s M.000 26.99 0.099 3.255 0.000 1.654 0.810 417.401 0.972 417.632 60.838 415.972 417.654 0.985 417.067 10.147 0.099 3.835 417.593 417.619 m Assuming the MFL as 417.061 0.99 7 .016 0.602 0.833 417.009 0.F.000 0.812 417.066 0.066 -10.000 20.972 417.972 417.014 10.873 417.603 0.377 -20.000 8.000 -29.000 0.810 417.161 0.

220 2.448 0.812 10.410 cumecs MFL @ Crossing M.742 417.737 0.503 0.095 1.62 )2/3 x 1/√ 299.F.7 0.340 0.000 -10.000 10.052 418.052 418.276 0.188 1.F.557 0.852 417.188 2.546 417.616 417.804 417.052 418.4 M.6209 m 1 x 0.052 418. Stream bed levels 420 Elevation 418 416 -40 -35 -30 -25 3.000 22.052 418.000 11. 60.804 417.546 417.776 417.616 7.R2/3 = = = = = = = = = V Q (A/P)2/3 29.052 418.491 cumecs HENCE NOT O.000 0.046 29.000 9.255 0.65 x 35.L.439 0.257 8.258 8.197 = 35.000 10.052 418.467 0.248 0.551 417.257 19.098 m 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Assuming the MFL as 418.000 10.555 0.609 416.197 m/sec AxV 29.000 0.812 30.433 0.200 0.797 417.6183 m / 61.609 416.687 0.27 -30.436 0.621 0.052 Distance Area (Sq.615 7.846 0.244 60.050 0.000 .L at 10m D/s M.852 417.506 0.615 29.282 0.200 10.391 7.7 / 0.0 61.812 0.619 417.188 60.052 418.188 2.052 418.443 1.318 0.501 0.052 418.954 417.10 (A/P)2/3 29.000 9.K.2.776 417.000 -20.794 -20 -15 414 -10 -5 5 Cross Chainage : Depth Average Depth 0.619 417.742 417.355 3.L.000 3.m) Perime ter (m) Cross Chainage 0.954 417.616 417.551 417.808 418.199 0.197 0.770 0.808 417.189 1.098 0. Stream bed levels Cal 417.021 9.052 418.188 60.707 0.000 + 1.000 10.310 0.03 1.246 0.10 )2/3 8 .797 417.003 10.812 20.F.408 0.701 6.052 418.265 0.052 P = = R2/3 = = = PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.176 4.487 0.000 1.

192 = 35.165 51.00 0.09 0.127 20.000 7.613 417.m) Perime ter (m) Cross Chainage 0.974 0.08 0.020 0.65 0.000 0.086 0.966 10.03 1.000 10.706 417.746 Distance Area (Sq.882 29.410 cumecs MFL @ 10m D/s M. Stream bed levels Cal 417.000 10.746 417.765 2.097 417.706 417.039 0.882 1.746 417.378 0.000 1.873 7.967 10.097 417.835 30.000 -20.613 417.13 0.5 M.066 0.90 0.F.666 417.666 417.746 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.250 12.000 1. Stream bed levels 419 Elevation 418 417 416 -40 -30 3.636 417.192 m/sec AxV 29.746 417.907 417.093 1.746 417.154 10.357 0.888 0.97 0.207 0. x 1/√ 299.000 10.066 0.210 0.006 0.014 28.746 417.000 0.L at 20 m D/S M.000 9 .25 0.746 417.11 0.000 .638 417.618 0.F.22 -30.079 7.746 417.638 417.600 415.025 1.277 0.L.001 10.746 417.841 417.769 29.165 52.11 0.746 417.082 10 20 30 40 Assuming the MFL as 417.F.410 cumecs HENCE O.882 1.631 417.661 417.7 x 35.000 17.794 -20 -10 Cross Chainage : Depth Average Depth 0.086 0.K.337 18.746 417.04 0.746 417.631 417.15 1.790 1.600 415.659 417.659 417.110 0.774 0.V = = = = = = Q 1 x 0.124 0.925 10.841 417.2.000 27.000 1.661 417.L.000 -10.746 417.11 0.109 0.08 0.337 0.790 1.887 0.873 7.112 0.636 417.746 417.

103 3.691 417.691 415.88 0.939 1.236 13.790 10.000 20.113 0.000 8.637 417.722 415.650 0.000 30.F.983 0.6 M.170 10.794 414 -10 Cross Chainage -20 : Depth Average Depth 0.787 9.691 417.691 417.05 0.F.00 1.521 417.06 -30.992 9. Stream bed levels Cal 417.410 MFL @ 20 m D/S cumecs M.465 417.03 1.000 10.310 0.2 x 35.691 417.030 10 20 30 40 Assuming the MFL as 417.813 416.2.L at 30 m D/S M.685 417.17 0.691 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.014 10.000 10 .000 -20.01 0.000 1.465 417.2 / 0.000 10.978 0.000 8.637 417.024 10.298 29.410 cumecs HENCE O.691 417.198 0.87 )2/3 x 1/√ 299.254 m/sec AxV 28.P = = = = = = = = = = = R2/3 V Q 52.691 417.000 59.L.000 10.691 417.948 417.085 0.000 58.m) Perime ter (m) Cross Chainage 0.000 -10.90 53.948 417.398 0.F. Stream bed levels 420 Elevation 418 416 -40 -30 3.000 1.K. 1.6503 m 1 x 0.74 0.000 .23 0.000 10.685 417.837 10.623 0.254 = 35.064 10.0 + 53.871 m (A/P)2/3 28.L.521 417.591 0.691 Distance Area (Sq.813 416.

410 cumecs HENCE O.50 )2/3 x 1/√ 299.197 = 35.6208 m 1 x 0. 1.501 m (A/P)2/3 29.K.621 0.88 60.000 1.03 1.L.F.6 / 0.P = = = = = = = = = = = R2/3 V Q 58. 418 417 416 415 414 Elevation -40 Stream bed levels -30 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.794 -20 -10Cross Chainage 10 20 30 40 11 .6 + 60.6 x 35.410 cumecs MFL @ 30 m D/S M.197 m/sec AxV 29.

8 for regime channels q Lacey's Perimeter = 4.410 = of IS 7784(Part 1):1993 ) The area of vent way required = 8.40 x 1.5 to 6.485 m 4.72 Underside of barrel = Vent height = 1.1. HENCE O.35 + 0.564 m 60% of 28. the area of flow will be = 10.000 As per IS 7784 (Part 1):1993.410 cumecs Maximum permissible velocity = 4. The transitions should correspond to a minimum splay of 2:1 on the upstream side and 3:1 on the downstream side PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.040 Intermediate wall thickness of trough = 0.5. Provide 3 vents of R.0 Transitions: 4. Fillet = 0.794 12 .C.2m height for barrel should be provided as per CDO Guidelines.5 Hence.500 Floor level = + 415.3.150 m + 417.3.3 according to local conditions.8 Q 0.00 3. 60 % of Lacey's Perimeter design flood in m3/sec = 28.853 m2 4.496 The velocity in the barrel is < 4.564 = 17.1 u/s Transition: As per IS 7784 (Part 1):1993 cl 8.3 Vent Way: Max.K.2 Type of vent way = Barrel 35.5 = C Q = a coefficient varying from 4. the usual value adopted being 4.20 m over budren of the barrel 3.249 Thickness of roof +SC = 0.2. flood discharge = 35. The waterway in drainage channels are generally provided by using Lacey’s formula: Lacey's Perimeter Where C 0.000 m/sec (as per Table No.14 m or say However provide the transition width duly considering the permissible velocity As per IS 7784 ( Part 2 / Set 5) : 2000 cl: 7. A minimum of 900mm for pipe conduit and 1.15 Canal Bed level = + 421.C box of size 2.985 x 0.374 m/sec.5 ( including fillets) Assuming the barrel will runs full .

Length of U/s transition is proposed as Out to be PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.1 10.794 17.0 The width at the transition end works m with a splay of 2 : 1 13 .

570 14 .985 + 1.17.555 1.0 4. 1.140 m 7.05 d3/2 x L Q= 35.794 = ( 17.570 ) x 1.607 sq.e.50 The depth of flow at the end of transition arrived is adopting BY WASH WEIR formula.0 Tail Channel: Depth in the tail channel @ the exit of D/s transition 1.2 d/s Transition: Length of d/s transition proposed as Out to be 17.140 + 1.97 d = 1.14 m Area of flow PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.57 m 5.555 1.60 m 17.6 m 2 1 10.985 17.850 17.14 Say D = 1.570 Bed width is kept same as the width of D/s transition at the end i. 1. 21.5 : 1 1.5 x = 30.m.50 The width at the transition end works m with a splay of 3 : 1 7.050 x d3/2 x d 3/2 = 1.14 14.410 = 1.985 = 417.57 m 17.570 415.5 :1 + 415.140 m 3 1 14.57 m Bed level of tail channel is kept same as the floor level at the end of D/s transition Side slopes ( for inner side ) are proposed as Maximum flow level = = + 415.14 417.

6 Say 1 in 1240 for the tail channel till it meets the natural stream bed level.0 T.8 : Just outside the transition( at the exit end) + 417.0 3. flood discharge = 35.250 X 1.801 m = 30.570 0.410 / 30.5 : 1 415.410 cumecs Max.E.80 = 1.14 + 2√ = 22.342 m = V x n / R2/3 = 1.14 FLOW 2 3 1 1 12 34 56 10.157 From Manning's formula where V = n = (1/n) R2/3 S1/2 0. Flood Level = 417.607 / 22.607 = 1.140 m Max.555 1.157 x 1.342 S Provide a bed fall of 1 in = 0.985 17.L.555 m PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.Velocity (V) = 35.030 2/3 or 1 in 1234.0285 = 0.570 + 1.794 15 .6 m 17.5 Section 8 .00 7 14.0008 1240.030 P R S1/2 17. Calculations: U/S 12 7 34 56 7. 6.

410 1.570 ) x 1.985 m = 1.500 x 1.570 m = ( 17.157 m/sec 16 .607 = PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.14 + = 30.Floor level Depth of flow available Area of flow Velocity = 415.607 = 35.794 1.570 sq. 30.m.

7) TEL@7-7 wrt section 8-8 = 417.727 Wetted Perimeter P = 17.140 = 22.325 m/sec x 9.5 x ( 0.0107 + 1.623 = 17.259 V = 35. Section 6 .138 m = 1. > 17.7 sq.157 ² = 0.6 : (Just outside the barrel at the exit end) 417.7 : (Just inside the transition at the exit end) 417.279 1.0682 MFL at 8 .8 = 417.555 TEL at 8 .785 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.559 + 0.544 1.555 = 417.7 wrt assumed depth HENCE O.81 ) - 0.81 ) m + 0.250 x 1.794 17 .K.m.325 ² / (2 = 0.410 V2/2g = 1.985 = 417.0682) (Due to change in velocity from section 8 .V2/2g = 1.985 17.14 x 1.559 m A = 17.8 to section 7 .0895 TEL at section 7 .8 = 417.m.14 Assume depth of flow = 1.1 + 2 1.0895 m = 0.559 = 20.634 = 415.0895 = 0.559 415.494 415. / 26.559 = 26.0682 + 2√ 3.801 Wetted Perimeter / (2 x 9.0107 Loss of head x sq.570 m Section 7 .634 + 0.623 = 417.

494 m = 11.60 Assume depth of flow A PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.6 x 1.494 7.794 = = 1.351 18 .7.

035 Loss of head due to gradual expansion = 0.325 + 3.794 19 .120 = V = V2/2g = 3.5 : (Just inside the barrel at the exit end) 7.222 x 0.200 417.259 + 10.200 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.234 2/3 S1/2 = S = 0.351 x 1.222 1 in 826 S1/2 = V x n / R2/3 = 2.496 Friction losses on D/s transition average Area = ( 26.3 x = 0.774 = 415. Section 5 .494 HENCE O.423 = 1.1220 = 417.965 1.039 / 15.6 + 2 35.120) / 2 = 2.234 Velocity = ( 1.00121 or = 0.K.634 = 417.351) / 2 = 19.p = 7.59 = 3.039 Average Perimeter = ( 20.727 + 11.018 1.50 = 0.980 415.785 = 417.774 (0.4935 = 10.4960 (Due to change in velocity from section 7-7 to section 6-6) TEL@ 6-6 wrt section 7-7 = TEL at section 6-6 wrt assumed depth + 0.81 ) = 0.122 + 1.120 2 / (2 x 9.00121 x 14.587) / 2 = 15.410 / 11.423 Mean Depth “R” = 19.985 7.0175 Friction losses 0.

918 Cumecs / running metre q = 1.718 2.918 = 1.688 h1/2 x ( LHS =RHS ) Hence Assumed Depth of flow is Correct MFL over the drop wall = 415.500 m 3x9 x 0.705 h3/2 3/2 h 2.m.500 - 1.705 2.8850 + 0.8 √(2g) h1/2 x 1.8845 = h3/2 + = 0.794 = = ( 7. h 2.705 h3/2 + 0.011 1. 20 .985 + = 417.417. is taken in to consideration Assume depth of flow A PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.5 x 0.200 = 4.496 x 1.785 415.718 = 2.294 415.485 Barrel roof level As the depth of the flow is more than the obtained depth of flow full area of the barrel.8845 = 1.200 = 10.635 q = 35.0111 + 417.15 ) sq.985 0.200 150 mm wearing coat 415.8850 Sloving for h.294 + 4.584 2.410 7.996 m > 2.996 0.15 x 0.8 √(2gh)XH 4.

m.575 n = 0.4 : (Just inside the barrel at the entrance end) 7.5801 m (0.794 x1 3x3 x 0.15 x 0.374 = 3.985 7.5801 - = 0.496 = 3.699 Length of Barrel = 30.5 wrt previous section m/sec x 9.500 - = 10.374 (2 TEL at section 5.81 ) = 417.354 + 0.699 = 3.5800) Friction Losses: A V P = 7. = 35.200 x 1.15 x 0.V V2/2g = 35.699 sq.20 = 16.374 = 0.15) (2 x 9.496 = 3.5 x 0.500 - = 10.0180 R PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.500 m / 16.m.310 m/sec Head loss due to change in velocity = m 2 m/sec / 3x9 x 0.580 m = / 3.485 1.410 / 10. = 35.200 417.5 x 0.410 / 10.0000 m/sec = ( 7.81 ) 0.496 sq.374 2 = 0.5800 Section 4 .500 415.774 = 418.200 = A/P = 10.660 m 21 .15) + 6 x 1.500 = ( 7.200 = 0.200 Depth of flow available A V V /2g 2 = 1.200 x 1.410 / 10.

971 2 = 0.00316 = 0.794 22 .K.971 m/sec = 1.f2 x L/R x V2/2g Running full condition hf = f2 x L/R x V2/2g Where f2 = a( 1 + b/R) TEL @ 4 .4 / 17.3 wrt section 4 – 4 TEL at section 3 .985 = 418.600 +2 x = 12. 2.03 / x (30.557 = 415.4 wrt = 0.m.003 = 0.3276 m = 35.354 to previous section (1 + 0.443 Section 3 .4 to section 3 .81 ) m Loss of head due to sudden contraction = 0.089 = 418.3 : (Just outside the barrel at the entrance end) 7.1990 2.580 0.5801 - (Due to change in velocity from section 4 .349 2.364 m = 7.965 sq.443 = 418.1143 ( 0.548 + 0.3) TEL at 3 .660 ) 0.3 x = 0.114 + 2.6 x = 17.96488 = 1.3638 / (2 x 9.364 NOT O. PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.575 / + 0.364 415.6 Assume depth of flow of A P V V /2g 2 = 2.003 = 0.364 = 7.3 wrt assumed depth = 418.089 418.985 7.6 418.660) x 0.

985 17.566 415.140 418.140 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.794 23 .2 : (At the toe wall) 17.Section 2 .551 2.

Section 1 .981 V2/2g = 0.585 = 415.551 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.410 / 43.0029 TEL at section 2 .2 x ( = 0.300 / 17.790 = 1.140 +2 x V = 35.971 + 2 = S1/2 = 0.018 1.272) = 17.2) TEL at 2 .981) = 30.57 = 43.2 wrt assumed depth + 2.794 24 .0330 (Due to change in velocity from section 3 .300 = 1.981 2.00 = 0.0332 + 0.985 = 418.Assume a depth of flow of = 2.017 S = 0.805 (2 / x 9.0029 Friction losses Loss of head due to gradual contraction = 0.328 + 2 Mean Depth “R” = 30.2 wrt section 3 .566 m A = 17.00029 x 10.548 = 418.805 2 = 0.790 2/3 S1/2 = 0.00029 or = 0.585 + 0.566 + HENCE O.388 x 0.1990 - 0.3 = 418.3 to section 2 .965 + 2 43.805) V x n / R2/3 = 1.0332 0.1 : (At the drop wall) 418.973 22.81 ) m Friction losses on u/s transition average Area = = ( 17.140 P = 17.566 = = 0.973 Velocity = ( 1.388 1 in 3448 Average Perimeter = ( 12.0330 x 2.K.

Flood Level = 418.5 D' 1. At a severe bend 1.140 cumecs per meter run 1.35 = 1.190 (adopted from IS 7784 / Part I Para 7.35 = 2.140 m Max. At a moderate bend for example along apron PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.500 x 2.985 = 418.652 ² = 0.985 17.0217) 0.25 D' of a guide bund 1.140 q = 35.551 m Floor level = 415.290 V2/2g Loss of head TEL at 1-1 wrt section 2-2 = 0.583 ) x 2.652 = 0.5 : 1 + 415.410 cumecs Max.75 D' 1.m.066 x 9.0217 = 0.583 sq. In a straight reach Value as per Value as per IRC .410 = 2. 54.794 25 .985 m = 2.0057 = 418.566 m = ( 17. additional factor of safety allowed in the IRC code 78 : 1983 Sec VII and IS 7784 (Part I) on general requirements for cross drainage works out as follows: Condition 1.583 1.066 ² / 1 1/3 ) m To take care of the probable excessive scour due to restriction of waterway and concentration of flood in the same spans.58+ 0.25 D' 1.0 Scour Depth: a) on u/s side: Scour depth (D') where f = silt factor Nominal scour depth D' = / 17.14 + = 54.585 = 418.591 TEL at section 1-1 wrt assumed depth m/sec / (2 m ( 0.006 + 2.0330 + 415.75 D' 2.5) (q2/f)1/3 ( 2.81 ) - 0. flood discharge = 35.2.290 = 35.0217 8.78 IS 7784 1.35 (q2/f)1/3 = 1 = 1.5 D' 3.590 Length of apron = 17.5 x = 0.410 Depth of flow available Area of flow Velocity 1.

4. At right angle bends or at noses of piers PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.0 D' 26 .0 D' 2.794 2.

555 m Scour Level = 414.Max.290 m CHECK 27 .5 D' = 1.35 ( ( = 2.5) (q2/f)1/3 1 ) )1/3 m x Floor level = 415.285 m D/s MFL = 417.50 = 3.265 m Nominal scour depth Maximum Scour depth (adopted from IS 7784 / Part I Para 7.066 2.410 m #REF! 3.290 m CHECK b) on D/s side: Width of apron at exit = 17.066 cumecs/m. Scour depth = 1.410 = Scour depth (D') where f = silt factor = m / 17.50 x 2.985 m Foundation level = 415.551 m Scour Level = #REF! 415.985 m Foundation level = #REF! 415.210 m Provide cutoff wall up to = 414.794 )2 / ( 2.190 = 3.14 q = 35.run 2 1/3 1.140 2.35 (q /f) = 1 = 1.490 m PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.260 m Floor level = #REF! 415.285 m Say First drop Second drop U/s MFL = #REF! 418.5 D' = 1.35 = 1.190 = 1.190 Say 3.

794 28 . The waterway in drainage channels are generally provided coefficient varying from 4.5 to 6. The transitions should correspond to a minimum splay of 2:1 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.3.( including fillets) m2 m/sec. 17.14 cl: 7.5.3 according to local conditions.

794 29 .The width at the transition end works PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.

The width at the transition end works PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.794 30 .

D/S 17.794 31 .m/sec or the tail channel till it meets the natural stream bed level.1 8 8 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.

PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.794 32 .

PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.794 33 .

794 34 . PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.m.sq.

m m/sec m sq. m m/sec .089) + 0.018 + 0.m.0.794 35 .4960 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.

985 h1/2 Barrel roof level ned depth of flow full area of the barrel.417.279 415.794 36 . is taken in to consideration PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.

m PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.794 37 .

199 38 .1990) + PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.794 0.0.

PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.794 39 .

m.272 m/sec sq.m. m m/sec ) 0.0330 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3. 22.sq.794 40 .

e scour due to restriction of waterway and concentration of flood f safety allowed in the IRC code 78 : 1983 Sec VII and IS 7784 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.794 41 .

794 42 .PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.

794 43 .PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.

250 = 1.A.040 1.725) Taking Moments about (B) Load Force Particulars V L.9 DESIGN OF SECTIONS: unit weight of soil 2.212 x(1 + 6x 1.212 m allowable 'e' (b/6) = stresses = 0.0 x 3. H W1 0.040 x 2.5 5.5 x 1.5 L.00 0.250 ∑M Lever arm = 14.375 W2 0. 1.750 0.57 x (1 Maximum compressive stress = 13.710 Ph 0.5 5.5 3.800 W3 0.967 0.3 0.5 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.333 Pv 0.700 1.667 2.750 x 3.040 x 2.0 x 3.40 / 13.75 B W5 415.75 1.50 t/m As per clause 203 of IRC 6: 2010 3 1.000 x 3.0 DESIGN OF RETURN WALL : U/S (SECTION 1-1 ) (SECTION 2-2 & 3-3) 418.950 W3 W1 W4 W2 0.0384 x 2.2160 0.794 23 .700 3.750 x 3.1340 x 2.75 = 0.212 ) 7.5 x 1.040 x 2.000 x 3.040 ^2 1.0 3.087 - 0.910 1.081 t/m2 + 0.5 A 3.675 W2 x 1.087 m Eccentricity = 1.040 x 2.040 0.062 t/m2 Minimum compressive stress = 2.3 415.25 > HENCE OK 0.477 ∑V 13.040 ^2 0.88 = 0.040 x 2.00 t/m3 As per clause 203 of IRC 6: 2010 unit weight of PCC 2.292 m 13.000 x 3.800 0.350 Taking Moments about (A) Load Force Particulars W1 H V 0.410 2.A.

x 1.540 ^2 3.5 Pv 0.358 ∑V PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.175 W3 0.040 x 2.0384 x 2.1340 x 2.350 x 0.633 W4 0.0 3.000 x 3.040 0.300 x 3.500 x 2.540 ^2 Ph 0.5 2.264 1.794 18.416 ∑M 24 .824 0.0 x 3.040 x 2.9375 0.962 1.0 x 3.150 W5 2.0 1.

246 6 HENCE OK x 1.418 t/m2 2.5 x 1.667 2.250 m 11.63 / 18.350 ∑M Lever arm = 11.5 L.Lever arm = 23.119 m allowable 'e' (b/6) = stresses = 0.710 0.31 / 11.0 x 3.3 415.264 = 1.950 W3 W4 W1 3.000 x 3.30A 1.356 allowable 'e' (b/6) = stresses = 0.18 = 0.800 W3 0.119 + 6x x(1 7.392 m > x(1 18.040 x 2.996 Eccentricity = 0.303 ) 10.040 ^2 0.0 x 3.996 - 0.5 0.000 x 3.040 x 2.040 ^2 1.246 610.910 1.800 3.10 Taking Moments about (A) Load Force Particulars W1 V 0. H 1.A.5 B W5 415.350 = 0.75 = 0.1340 x 2.119 ) 2.040 W2 0.0384 x 2.35 1.477 ∑V 11.500 25 .35 = HENCE OK + 0.250 W2 0.794 > x(1 + 0.410 2.040 0.216 Ph 0.264 0.00 0.0 3.294 - 1.333 Pv 0.5 0.126 t/m2 5.040 x 2.5 3.50 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.772 Maximum compressive stress = Minimum compressive stress = 0.294 m Eccentricity = 1.5 x 1.500 x 3.35 2.0 DESIGN OF HORIZONTAL WING WALL : U/s (SECTION 2-2) 418.

794 (1 + 0.985 ) 26 .57 x Maximum compressive stress = 15.= 7.023 t/m2 Minimum compressive stress = 0.110 t/m2 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.

962 1.410 2.040 x 2.5 8.040 x 2.0 DESIGN OF SLOPED WING WALL AT THE JUNCTION OF HEAD WALL : U/s (SECTION 3-3) 420.500 x 3.824 0.548 Ph 0.000 25.733 0.000 W4 0.05 = 0.500 x 4.0 x 4.358 ∑V 16.420 8.0384 x 2.5 3.300 x 3.3 415.051 0.151 allowable 'e' (b/6) = stresses = 0.0 6.10 x(1 7.151 + HENCE OK 6 x 2.625 0.5 W2 0.350 m > x(1 16.85 Taking Moments about (A) Load Force Particulars L.050 W1 W2 W3 Pv 0.800 3.50 0.351 t/m2 0.Taking Moments about (B) Load Force Particulars L.489 x 2.875 x 1.5 0.399 W3 W4 W1 4.5 B 1.644 + Maximum compressive stress = 10.1340 x 2.936 t/m2 Minimum compressive stress = 4.0 x 3.0 1.040 0.0 x 4.489 ^2 1.25 W5 415.101 ∑M 27 .500 x 2.5 x 4.30 A 0.27 / 16.489 x 2.100 x 0.5 2.633 1.489 x 2.910 2.150 W5 2.489 W2 0.0 3.400 1.800 1.0384 x 2.5 x 3.794 1.5 x 1. H V W1 0.1340 x 2.431 ) 3. H V 0.416 3.500 Pv 0.000 x 3.489 ^2 1.201 Eccentricity = 1.10 = 2.A.401 ∑V PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.051 = 1.550 0.051 ∑M Lever arm = 19.5 x 1.040 x 2.750 x 4.040 x 2.7956 5.540 ^2 Ph 0.201 - 1.500 W3 0.0 x 3.A.967 x 1.540 ^2 0.75 0.

Lever arm = 37.25 / 25.101 = Eccentricity = 1.484 - 1.794 = 0.13 = > 0.356 allowable 'e' (b/6) PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.375 m HENCE OK 28 .359 610.

stresses = 25.1340 x 2.500 x 2.794 Particulars Force V L. H 29 .300 W2 0.85 2.489 x 2.475 m 31.5 8.489 x 2.0 8.0384 x 2.1 420.60 1.474 t/m2 (1 + Taking Moments about (B) Load Force Particulars W1 L.489 x 2.989 ^2 Ph 0.750 x 4.0 x 4.240 0.417 2.544 ) 2 17.85 = Maximum compressive stress = Minimum compressive stress = 11.684 - 1.489 x 2.735 = Eccentricity = 1.43 / 31.989 ^2 0.735 1.733 W4 0. H V 0.500 x 4.5 W3 0.425 Pv 0.693 0.838 t/m2 Minimum compressive stress = 0.A.399 W3 W1 2.A.5 421.300 x 4.0 x 4.25 = 11.16 x Maximum compressive stress = 21.43 = allowable 'e' (b/6) = stresses = 0.417 6.5 x 1.735 > 0.259 x(1 + HENCE OK 6x 2.912 1.850 x 0.197 t/m 5.671 ∑V 31.175 1.5625 1.3 0.135 x(1 + 0.10 x(1 + 6x 2.5 3.150 W5 2.859 Taking Moments about (A) Load PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.250 2.0 2.500 x 4.5 x 1.996 ∑M Lever arm = 53.159 W2 A 0.800 6.073 t/m2 4 DESIGN OF HEAD WALL ON U/S (SECTION 4-4 ) 423.

229 ∑M 30 .240 x 2.5 x 0.385 Ph 0.240 x 2.1340 x 2.794 0.240 x 2.240 ^2 0.5 2.600 x 2.240 ^2 0.0 x 2.200 Pv 0.345 ∑V PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.5 0.344 0.400 6.8960 1.0 1.600 x 2.800 1.0384 x 2.5 x 0.W1 0.500 x 2.0 x 2.700 W3 0.850 W2 0.

399 W3 W1 W2 1.240 x 2.067 W3 0.23 x(1 + HENCE OK 6x 1.155 t/m2 0.100 x 2.232 0.5 0.794 0.033 W4 0.171 t/m2 5 DESIGN OF HEAD WALL ON D/S (SECTION 5-5 ) 423.53 / 6.240 ^2 0.1 x 1.5 1.728 - 0.2191 x 2.159 0.410 - 0.356 allowable 'e' (b/6) = 0.500 421.66 x (1 + 11.183 m > 0.Lever arm = 4.0 0.240 0.496 ΣM Lever arm = 0.0628 x 2.100 x 1.232 = 0.5 x 0.55 = 610.10 = Maximum compressive stress = Minimum compressive stress = 5.A.110 Revise the section 31 .10 0.155 0.859 Taking Moments about (A) Load Force Particulars W1 V L.240 x 2.240 x 2.000 x 2.30 = 0.550 0.110 allowable 'e' (b/6) = PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.91 / 2.1 x 1.0 0.124 0.5 x 0.350 W2 0.229 = Eccentricity = 0.399 2 :1 W4 2 422.203 - Ph 0.6 420.178 stresses = 6.410 Eccentricity = 0.707 ΣV 2.100 1.033 Pv 0. H 0.5 x 0.240 ^2 0.3 A 0.100 x 1.200 0.100 m < 0.500 x 1.

23 x(1 + 6 0.60 3.stresses = 2.72 x (1 + 1.794 x 0.60 = PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.098) 32 .

358 m 34.933 10.15 0.315 t/m2 Minimum compressive stress = -15.794 H 0.704 m allowable 'e' (b/6) = stresses = 0.3 415.5 x 1.400 x 6.0 10.385 t/m2 + 1.233 0.735 0.150 0.704 x(1 + Revise the section 6x 2.5 x 1.239 ^2 2.5 W3 0.5 11.750 W2 W4 L.96 x (1 Maximum compressive stress = 47.40 0.30 A 1.5 B W5 415.149 W3 W4 W1 6.0384 x 2. compressive stress = 7.15 = 0.5 x 1.803 t/m2 Min.324 = 1.239 x 2.400 x 6.5 11.A.75 0.964 ) Taking Moments about (B) Load Force Particulars W1 V x 6.0 W2 H V 0.239 x 2.735 0.239 Pv 0.989 x 6.400 x 6.0 3.1340 x 2.324 ΣM Lever arm = 61.400 x 6.32 < 0. compressive stress = -0.750 Taking Moments about (A) Load Force Particulars x 6.239 x 2.A.779 - 1. 1.432 ΣV 34.775 x 2.5 0.075 1.750 W1 L.743 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.239 x 2.08 = 0.900 x 2.239 W2 0.364 t/m2 6.239 ^2 2.0 DESIGN OF SLOPED WING WALL AT THE JUNCTION OF HEAD WALL : D/s (SECTION 6-6) 422.700 10.239 W3 0. 0.410 2.767 33 .910 2.300 x 6.150 2.05 / 34.Max.0 Ph 0.496 0.467 x 6.704 ) 15.0 8.239 x 2.5 x 1.918 8.698 2.779 m Eccentricity = 1.

0 x 6.0384 x 2.4375 3.488 42.794 1.171 ΣV PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.W5 2.375 3.739 ^2 Ph 0.6956 ΣM 34 .5 Pv 0.0 x 6.020 2.500 x 2.739 ^2 12.750 x 0.1340 x 2.

250 ^2 0.600 x 2.980 ) 11.75 = 15.280 x(1 2 Maximum compressive stress = 34.248 t/m2 0.357 ΣV 6.020 x(1 0.Lever arm = 82.0 x 2.0 DESIGN OF WING WALL : D/s wing &returns + 1.180 m allowable 'e' (b/6) = stresses = 0.249 = 0.210 1.020 = Eccentricity = 1.5 W2 A 0.700 W3 0.5 2.113 t/m2 35 .0 x 2.250 W4 0.180 ) 1.250 x 2.56 / 6.53 / 42.250 ^2 0.361 t/m2 7.A.730 - 0.500 x 2.589 Revise the section + 6x 2.700 Taking Moments about (A) Load Force Particulars W1 V 0.100 = 5.920 t/m Minimum compressive stress = -4.249 ΣM Lever arm = 4.810 1.0384 x 2.850 W2 0.55 = 0.400 1.710 1.350 0.794 0.285 ) (SECTION 7-7 & 8-8 ) 417.389 0.250 x 2.730 m Eccentricity = 0.1340 x 2.249 > x(1 0.180 m + HENCE OK 6x 1.10 x (1 + 0.1 B W5 415.50 0.3 0.960 W3 W1 2.3 415.5 x 0.5 L.38 = allowable 'e' (b/6) = 0.5 x 0.0 1. H 0.250 x 2.200 Pv 0.75 2.458 m < stresses = 42.900 Ph 0.964 - 1.183 m 6.600 x 2.600 0.68 Maximum compressive stress = Minimum compressive stress = PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.

150 W5 1.Taking Moments about (B) Load Force Particulars L.70 = 5.0 1.906 = 0.350 0.906 1.750 ^2 Pv Ph 0.500 x 2.422 t/m2 Minimum compressive stress = 4.1340 x 2.5 2.500 1.300 x 2.078 (1 + 0.906 ΣM Lever arm = 9.1 2.688 1.283 m 9.794 0.928 - 0.0 x 2.274 ) 36 .581 0.027 ΣV 9.813 1.700 x 0.250 x 2.750 ^2 2.700 W3 0.5 x 0.232 t/m2 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.928 Eccentricity = 0.5 x 0.250 x 2.600 x 2.70 x Maximum compressive stress = 7.350 W4 0.19 / 9.827 > x (1 HENCE OK + 6x 1.0384 x 2.85 = 0.600 x 2.125 0.5 0.0 x 2.850 0.100 W2 0.A. H V W1 0.250 x 2.5 0.500 x 2.078 allowable 'e' (b/6) = stresses = 0.0 1.250 x 2.

837 2.012 14.673 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.794 37 .396 Moment 9.547 3.533 1.(SECTION 2-2 & 3-3) Moment 7.013 3.

452 4.1.274 3.925 0.627 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.794 38 .756 23.

HENCE OK Moment 4.794 39 .308 m m HENCE OK 0.500 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.533 1.013 3.750 2.246 1.012 11.

985 ) PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.0.794 40 .

Moment 5.756 4.925 0.794 41 .697 37.756 19.890 3.274 2.151 ) Moment 15.274 m m HENCE OK 0.367 9.788 8.251 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.673 1.400 3.

484 m 0.1.794 42 .359 m HENCE OK PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.

85 0.684 m 0.359 ) 2.387 0.307 10.077 13.312 53.794 43 .544 ) Moment PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.428 1.942 5.250 0.0.259 m HENCE OK 0.259 ) 2.958 ) Moment 18.404 5.

794 44 .269 1.680 0.534 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.2.205 4.380 0.

010 0.178 ) 1.794 45 .0.100 0.007 0.728 m 0.970 ) Moment 0.542 0.351 0.915 m m Revise the section PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.178 m HENCE OK 0.004 0.

794 46 .60 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.110 0.0.

Moment 20.794 47 .466 6.173 4.697 0.076 26.562 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.034 61.051 Moment 24.274 13.768 10.

794 48 .727 32.4.808 82.532 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.

680 0.75 1.794 49 .964 m 0.589 m Revise the section 0.1.560 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.285 ) Moment 2.221 4.389 0.589 ) 2.270 1.

229 9.806 2.203 1.794 50 .675 0.70 PCSS/P-21/KC-G/GC/UT_3.188 0.078 ) 1.181 0.094 1.Moment 3.

2.4 .399 2150 418.359 419.859 421.399 418.9315 14825 30.649 421.284 U/s 344.3 2 1 5000 10000 2.359 419.4 7.249 350 420.984 5000 2.859 416.159 0.575 7104 2896.808 1.4 17800 0.8 2.951 420.04 Sealing 300 mm slab 420.399 (U/s wing& Return) 423.330 -0.5 419.551 422.359 300 mm slab 300 mm slab 418.621 3.0 10000 0 (U/s Sloped wing) 2500 3225 6200 2:1 6000 423.

400 417.955 422. 419.359 -0.900 :1 75 mm thick wearing coat 5 0.159 mm slab 0.33333 30575 14500 .33333333 17467 3 1 4833.075 4.149 421.15750 14500 500 3225 6925 2000 8388 6112 (D/s wing&return) 422.399 1.834 0.359 419.984 418.490 down stream 4833.000 419.284 418.45 414.

AUTOMATION FOR 2 DROPS UT Details of Inputs for Quantity Estimate of Under Tunnel S. of Vents Thickness of Wearing coat = = = = UNDER EARTH BANK THTSLAB THBSLAB THSWALLS THIWALLS BLUC BLUCB TLB TWB THB FILLET USBTL FLRLVL LUSSPLAY LUSTRAN WUSTRAN LDSTRAN WDSTRAN LDSSPLAY HWLENTR THHW HHWENTR Thickness of top slab Thickness of bottom slab Thickness of side walls Thickness of intermediate walls UNDER CANAL Thickness of top slab Thickness of bottom slab Thickness of side walls Thickness of intermediate walls Barrel Length Under Canal Barrel Length Under Bank Total Length of the barrel Total Width of the barrel Total height of the barrel Fillet Under Side of Barrel top level Floor level Length of U/S Splayed Length of U/S transition Apron length of drop Width of U/S transition Length of D/S transition Width of D/S transition Length of D/S Splayed Level of Head wall (Entry) Thickness of Headwall Height of Head wall (Entry) = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = .L @ Crossing Catchment area Discharge by Dicken's Formula Stream bed level at 30 m U/S Stream bed level at 30 m D/S Top width of Bank(L) Top width of Bank(R) = = = = = = = = = = = = Barrel BHEIGHT BWIDTH NOVENTS THWCOAT Height Width No.NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 CODE CBW CSSLOPE CBL FSL TBL GLACROSS CA MFD SBLUS SBLDS TWBLS TWBRS INPUT DESCRIPTION Canal Bed Width Canal Side Slopes CBL FSL TBL G.

HWLEXIT THHWEXIT HHWEXIT FLTH BCOURSE SCOAT THOL SPW WPWUS WPWDS Bottom width of wall Level of Head wall (Exit) Thickness of Headwall Exit Height of Head wall (Exit) Bottom width of wall Floor Thickness Base Course Sealing coat Canal Lining Thickness Total Length U/s & D/s Stream Lining Thickness Total Length U/s & D/s Size of Profile walls width of Profile wall(U/s) width of Profile wall(D/s) = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = .

Drop Walls (First) 12 TWDROPFIRST BWDROPFIRST DDROPFIRST USTHAPRNFIRST USLAPRNFIRST HDROPFIRST LVLAPRNFIRST Top width of Drop wall Bottom width of Drop wall Foundation Depth of Drop wall Thickness of Apron(U/s) Length of Apron(U/s) Height of the Drop wall Apron level Bottom level of apron = = = = = = = = Sloped Wing Wall U/S @ Junction of HW 13 USSWWTL USSWWFNL USSWWFND USSWWTHST USSWWTHSL USSWWH USSWWOS USSWWBWFN USSWWL Top level of wall Foundation Level Depth of Foundation Thickness of Wall (Straight portion) Thickness of Wall (Sloped portion) Height of the wall Offset to wall Base width of foundation Length Horizontal wing wall U/S = = = = = = = = = USHWWTL USHWWFNL USHWWFND USHWWTHST USHWWTHSL USHWWH USHWWOS USHWWBWFN USHWWL Top level of wall Foundation Level Depth of Foundation Thickness of Wall (Straight portion) Thickness of Wall (Sloped portion) Height of the wall Offset to wall Base width of foundation Length Return wall U/S = = = = = = = = = Top level of wall Foundation Level Depth of Foundation Thickness of Wall (Straight portion) Thickness of Wall (Sloped portion) Height of the wall Offset to wall Base width of foundation Length Sloped Wing Wall D/S @ Junction of HW = = = = = = = = = Top level of wall Foundation Level Depth of Foundation Thickness of Wall (Straight portion) Thickness of Wall (Sloped portion) Height of the wall Offset to wall Base width of foundation Length = = = = = = = = = 14 15 USRWTL USRWFNL USRWFND USRWTHST USRWTHSL USRWH USRWOS USRWBWFN USRWL 16 DSSWWTL DSSWWFNL DSSWWFND DSSWWTHST DSSWWTHSL DSSWWH DSSWWOS DSSWWBWFN DSSWWL .

DSHWWL DSHWWTL DSHWWFNL DSHWWTHST DSHWWTHSL DSHWWH DSHWWOS DSHWWBWFN Horizontal wing on D/s Length Top level of wall Foundation Level Thickness of Wall (Straight portion) Thickness of Wall (Sloped portion) Height of the wall Offset to wall Base width of foundation = = = = = = = = 21 22 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 DSRWL DSRWTL DSRWFNL DSRWTHST DSRWTHSL DSRWH DSRWOS DSRWBWFN DSCL DSCW RTH USRL USSL DSRL DSSL TOL USMFL DSMFL QREQ QDES CSLOUTER BFALLca Nca Vca Vbarl DFDSTRANS Ntc Sstc BFALLtc Vtc Return Wall D/S Length Top level of wall Foundation Level Thickness of Wall (Straight portion) Thickness of Wall (Sloped portion) Height of the wall Offset to wall Base width of foundation D/S Cut off level D/S Cut off width 300 mm Thick Revetment Revetment Length(U/s) Side length Revetment Length(D/s) Side length Top of Lining MFL U/S MFL D/S Discharge required Discharge designed Canal side slope outer Bed fall Value of rugosity for Canal Velocity of canal Velocity of Barrel Depth of flow in ds transition Value of rugosity for Tail channel Side slopes for Tail channel Bed fall Velocity of Tail channel = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = 59 USSWWHWSCmax US Sloped wing wall at HW stress in concrete max = 60 USSWWHWSCmin US Sloped wing wall at HW stress in concrete min = 61 USSWWHWSSmax US Sloped wing wall at HW stress on soil max = 62 USSWWHWSSmin US Sloped wing wall at HW stress on soil min = 63 USWWRWSCmax US wing wall& return wall stress in concrete max = 64 USWWRWSCmin US wing wall& return wall stress in concrete min = 65 USWWRWSSmax US wing wall& return wall stress on soil max = 66 USWWRWSSmin US wing wall& return wall stress on soil min = 17 18 19 20 .

67 DSSWWHWSC max DS Sloped wing wall at HW stress in concrete max = 68 DSSWWHWSC min DS Sloped wing wall at HW stress in concrete min = 69 DSSWWHWSS max DS Sloped wing wall at HW stress on soil max = 70 DSSWWHWSS min DS Sloped wing wall at HW stress on soil min = 71 DSW&RSCmax DS wing & return stress in concrete max = 72 DSW&RSCmin DS wing & return stress in concrete min = .

73

74

75

76

DS wing & return stress on soil max

=

**DS wing & return stress on soil min
**

DSW&RSSmin

LUS_TRANS_SLOPE

LDS_TRANS_SLOPE

Barrel Reinforcement (Earth pressure)

Dia of

Spacing

Type

Nos

Bar(mm)

(mm)

16

250

64

1

16

250

64

2

16

250

64

3

16

250

64

4

16

300

54

5

16

250

64

6

16

250

64

7

16

300

54

8

16

250

64

9 (a)

16

250

64

9 (b)

10

250

157

10

10

200

80

11

=

=

=

DSW&RSSmax

**Barrel Reinforcement (Water pressure)
**

Dia of

Type

Bar(mm)

12

1

12

2

12

3

12

4

12

5

12

6

12

7

12

8

12

9 (a)

12

9 (b)

10

10

10

12

Spacing

(mm)

300

300

300

300

300

360

360

300

150

150

250

200

Nos

21

21

21

21

21

18

18

21

42

42

152

31

Length of Each

bar(m)

8.340

8.340

2.188

1.713

8.340

8.340

2.188

2.020

2.365

2.365

15.95

3.664

Total

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

Length of Each

bar(m)

8.340

8.340

2.188

1.713

8.340

8.340

2.188

1.713

2.365

2.365

6.20

5.312

Total

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

Grand Total

=

AUTOMATION FOR 2 DROPS UT

puts for Quantity Estimate of Under Tunnel

VALUE

6.200

1.5 : 1

421.249

422.649

423.399

415.985

2.724

35.410

416.330

415.841

4.000

2.500

UNIT

m

m

m

m

m

Km2

m3/s

m

m

1.500

2.400

3

0.075

m

m

0.350

0.300

0.300

0.200

m

m

m

m

0.350

0.300

0.300

0.200

6.200

15.950

22.150

7.600

2.225

0.150 x .150

417.485

415.985

11.079

10.000

10.000

17.140

14.500

17.140

15.264

423.399

0.500

2.240

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

1.100

422.399

0.500

1.240

0.600

0.500

0.150

0.040

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

m

0.100

15.000

m

m

0.100

10.000

0.450 x .45

22.015

23.065

m

m

m

m

410 0.500 0.378 m m m m m m m m m .850 2.040 0.950 415.410 0.410 0.500 0.350 4.399 415.750 1.750 8.500 4.500 0.830 m m m m m m m m m 422.040 0.500 1.500 0.150 10.835 m m m m m m m m 420.300 2.910 415.345 415.000 0.0.500 0.410 0.000 3.898 m m m m m m m m m 418.489 0.750 1.300 2.950 415.300 2.000 3.300 2.102 m m m m m m m m m 418.100 18.500 0.750 1.400 6.239 0.149 415.500 0.

122 417.081 t/m2 10.551 417.300 1.862 417.030 1.700 m m m m m m m m 3.733 3.960 415.126 t/m2 5.018 0.374 1.300 5.450 0.300 1.474 t/m2 17.000 1.073 t/m2 13.600 2.570 0.157 m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m 21.838 t/m2 0.210 0.418 t/m2 .250 0.399 418.700 414.500 0.5 : 1 1 in 1240 1.492 8.490 0.600 2.555 8.0 : 1 1 in 6000 0.620 5.004 423.250 0.210 0.500 0.062 t/m2 2.000 7.960 415.517 2.6.197 t/m2 5.

920 t/m2 -4.361 t/m2 11.113 t/m2 .47.385 t/m2 34.315 t/m2 -15.248 t/m2 0.

473 221.833 31.473 843.649 1600.246 711.772 180.000 31.230 Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg 7835.5 0.440 35.232 0.976 155.235 173.728 101.680 155.293 88.680 40.373 239.235 172.500 MT .293 581.8 8.186 1545.5 391.938 6235.186 239.680 843.976 88.333 t/m2 843.7.473 221.268 Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg Kg 155.422 t/m2 4.680 133.

450 12.DETAILED ESTIMATE OF DRAINAGE SYPHON UNDER TUNNEL AT Km.450 Canal Profile wall 1 0.650 0.C.600 0. finishing.862 1.920 Returns 2 4.450 Canal Profile wall 1 0.920 Horizontal wing 2 18.102 2.600 0.631 Sloped Wing at Junction of Head wall 2 8.450 22.450 12.450 Canal Profile wall 1 0.431 Horizontal Wings 2 6.270 0. curing and cleaning etc.631 Returns 2 3.450 12.5 m lift with dressing Under Barrel U/s D/S Total 2 Cum Providing and placing in position Nominal mix M15(1:3:6) R.000 12. 25.450 23.830 2.350 0.270 0.800 0.C.122 1.700 0.150 7.450 Stream Profile walls 1 0.065 0.650 0. vibration.065 0.270 0.750 0.450 1 22.920 Stream Profile wall 1 0.100 0. curing and cleaning etc.150 7. finishing. L B D 1 22.150 Excavation in soft or ordinary soil including 50 m lead and 1.509 S.898 2.140 0.495 Sloped Wing at Junction of Head wall 2 2.C. excluding cost of reinforcement but including form work.700 0.450 1 10. No 1 Description Unit No.450 1.650 0.920 Drop wall 1 17.450 Transitions D/S 1 14.000 12.015 0.450 12. Complete with graded metal of maximum size-(a) 40 mm Base course U/s D/S Cum 3 Providing and placing in position Nominal mix M20(1:2:4) R.450 Canal Profile wall 1 0.450 23. excluding cost of reinforcement.complete with graded metal of maximum size-(a) 40 mm Foundation U/S Transition floor on U/s first drop .150 Stream Profile walls 1 0.140 0.525 Transition floor on u/s 1 10.378 2..850 0.650 0.015 0.450 22.631 Cut off wall 1 17. vibration. but including form work.500 12.C.351 Stream Profile wall 1 0.

400 0.345 Head wall 1 7.500 Returns 2 3.000 3.950 7.500 Cut off wall 1 17.250 Side Walls 2 6.8 2.700 0.500 Transitions Floor (D/s) 1 14.24 Sloped Wing at Junction of Head wall 2 8.140 0.700 0.350 Side Walls 2 15.862 1.5:3) R.500 Horizontal Wings 2 6.040 Drop wall (first) 1 17.800 2.950 0.075 Transitions D/s 1 14.378 2.300 2.140 0.400 0.800 0.489 Horizontal wing 2 18.075 Drop wall (first) Foundation D/s Body wall U/s D/S Total 4 Cum Providing and placing in position Nominal mix M25(1:1.C.102 2.350 0.500 12.55 1. excluding cost of reinforcement.000 12.400 0.500 Horizontal wing 2 18. No Description Unit No.350 Transition floor on U/s 1 10.800 2.100 0. curing etc.200 0.300 Top Slab 1 15.200 7.040 Returns 2 4.450 1.24 Sloped Wing at Junction of Head wall 2 2.250 Returns 2 3.500 4.862 0. L B D 1 17.S.850 0.200 1.225 Intermediate wall 2 15.500 Wings at Junction of Head wall 2 8.102 1.830 2.270 0.500 0.225 Intermediate wall 2 6. but including form work.830 1.270 0.600 0.400 0.300 Top Slab 1 6.500 Sloped Wing at Junction of Head wall 2 2.750 0.239 Horizontal Wings 2 6.270 0.122 1.200 0.600 0.122 0.495 Head wall 1 7. vibration.378 1.250 3.300 2.950 7.950 0.500 Base Slab 1 15.500 Returns 2 4. complete with metal of maximum size-(b) 20 mm graded Box Under Canal Box Under Bank Total Cum .C.500 Base Slab 1 6.500 12.200 7.898 2. finishing.898 1.450 6.140 0.200 1.

L B D Inside Barrel 1 22.200 0. using mechanical contrivance. smooth finishing etc. Cum MT cum Providing and fixing in position12 mm thick pre moulded fillers non extruding and resilient type(bitumen impregnated fiber.S.C. but including form work. straightening. finishing. 280 (Including cost of binding wire) – (b) Cold worked steel high strength bars confirming to grade Fe 415 of IS:1786 Filling foundations and around masonry works with hard murum or murum mixed with boulders including watering and ramming. vibration.5:3) R.900 Verticals 2 1.S.V. cutting.C.C.m Providing and fixing in position P. complete.C.S. Total Rmt . Total 9 Unit Sq.200 0. Including cleaning.9mm annealed binding wire conforming to I. in expansion joints including cleaning of surface etc.900 Verticals 2 1. complete. all handling placing in position and binding with 0.075 Sealing coat in the Trough 1 6. strips in panel joints in lining work.900 Horizontal 2 7. No 5 Description No. bending.I.900 Providing and placing in position Nominal mix M35(1:1.C.150 7.1838 ). excluding cost of reinforcement. curing etc. complete with metal of maximum size-(b) 20 mm graded Total 6 7 8 Supplying and fixing steel reinforcement bars (tested) for R.200 4.040 Horizontal 2 7.

287 10.860 13.562 112.378 60.562 4.000 25.ED ESTIMATE OF DRAINAGE SYPHON DER TUNNEL AT Km.264 19.736 15.420 4.458 2.562 446.885 12.134 8.671 2.197 69.562 39.615 4.251 4. 25.503 18.405 .946 20.671 2.458 2.509 Qty 88.

531 13.619 39.584 22.039 13.259 38.000 .277 3.058 21.344 172.040 10.905 627.000 8.351 88.203 13.407 6.014 11.060 36.720 13.958 23.293 9.708 2.Qty 6.957 13.619 151.570 35.027 110.310 9.856 8.764 16.566 11.409 41.

961 1.190 0.800 20.Qty 11.000 8.500 0.000 0.000 .800 3.000 15.042 14.046 1.

Complete with graded metal of maximum size-(a) 40 mm Providing and placing in position Nominal mix M20(1:2:4) R. curing and cleaning etc. in expansion joints including cleaning of surface etc. but including form work. 25.C.85 cum 767. finishing.C. 280 (Including cost of binding wire) – (b) Cold worked steel high strength bars confirming to grade Fe 415 of IS:1786 Filling foundations and around masonry works with hard murum or murum mixed with boulders including watering and ramming. complete with metal of maximum size-(b) 20 mm graded Providing and placing in position Nominal mix M35(1:1.5:3) R. strips in panel joints in lining work.5:3) R.C.C. curing etc.9mm annealed binding wire conforming to I.63 MT 153. Including cleaning.m 2454 1443 20.5 170. finishing.5 m lift with dressing 446.C.7 .complete with graded metal of maximum size-(a) 40 mm Providing and placing in position Nominal mix M25(1:1. complete.I.509 S.1838 ).00 Cum 401 (a) 20 39. excluding cost of reinforcement. finishing. but including form work. vibration.63 383. excluding cost of reinforcement.C.. Unit Item no Rate 1 Excavation in soft or ordinary soil including 50 m lead and 1. Lead Cement Lead 15 km from Rajgarh HYSD reinforcement steel Lead 15 km from Rajgarh Sand Lead 50 km from Parbati River Metal 15 km from Nearest Crusher 130.00 Cum 703 95 1.C. curing etc.V.C. all handling placing in position and binding with 0. finishing. bending.7 cum 309.78 8.C.S. complete.50 MT 1304(b) 41000 0. using mechanical contrivance. complete with metal of maximum size-(b) 20 mm graded Supplying and fixing steel reinforcement bars (tested) for R.509 cum 153.50 Cum 1603(b) 2774 627. Providing and fixing in position12 mm thick pre moulded fillers non extruding and resilient type(bitumen impregnated fiber.C. cutting. excluding cost of reinforcement. straightening.00 Cum 1602(b) 3492 172. vibration.C. excluding cost of reinforcement but including form work.00 Cum 1601(b) 4253 8. No.00 Sq.S. curing and cleaning etc. but including form work.ABSTRACT ESTIMATE OF DRAINAGE SYPHON UNDER TUNNEL AT Km. vibration. smooth finishing etc. Providing and fixing in position P.00 Rmt 2527 96 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Providing and placing in position Nominal mix M15(1:3:6) R.00 Cum 1601(b) 4253 14. Description Qty. vibration.

Total Amount = .

00 0.60 3.01 1.89 7.20 0. 25.02 0.509 Amount in LAKHS 0.31 .RACT ESTIMATE OF DRAINAGE SYPHON NDER TUNNEL AT Km.10 21.19 1.32 0.09 1.49 0.01 0.

37.220 .

1:2:4 with 40 mm graded metal for Sub Structure 627 95.C.32 77.51 Cum 383. 1:1.80 130. 1:3:6 with 40 mm graded metal in foundation 40 6.00 2 R.40 154.14 6.12 18.5:3 with 20 mm graded metal for Super Structure 172 26. 1:1.C.C.93 282.C.MOHANPURA MAJOR MULTIPURPOSE PROJECT Consumption Statement for Construction of Drainage Syphon S.No Items Qty Cement Sand Metal 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 C.C.00 36.85 Cum 767.60 4 R.C.5:3 with 20 mm graded metal for Sub Structure 14 2.30 12.15 564.30 3 R.C.70 Cum Total : - .

M been given? No e.If so. Have the spot levels of adjacent country been given? No i.S given? Yes f. are the hydraulic particulars furnished? N.If the structure is in skew. Yes Are the trial pit particulars given? g. Has the L. No. have the angle and direction of skew been given? Yes This structure is proposed to be constructed perpendicular to canal. As per Approved H.B. Yes a.Ps . Are the levels and identification number of C. The skew if any may be adjusted in approach and tail channel. Is the scale adopted as 1:500 ? Yes 4 Has the L.S of canal showing the site of crossing been enclosed? Yes 5 Has a note on the important details of masonry works along the drain enclosed? Nil ii.aarvee associates DR.S of the drain been given? Yes ii. d. Description Remarks 1 Has an Index Map showing the location and any alternatives been enclosed? Yes 2 Has site plan to a scale of 1:1300 giving the following information been enclosed.509 CHECK SLIP TO ACCOMPANY THE SITE SURVEY OF STRUCTURES Sl.A 6 Is a list of Masonry works for 3 kms U/s and D/s of structure furnished? Nil 7 Is the necessity for the structure explained clearly? 8 Have the canal chainages been given? 3 Structure is proposed in view of canal is interrupting existing drain.R. Has the canal proposals been shown? c.AMBEDKAR PRANAHITHA-CHEVELLA SUJALA SRAVANTHI PACKAGE-21 DESIGN OF UNDER TUNNEL AT Km. Has the reference to B. 25. Has the names of roads or drains with direction been Yes given? b.

S and C. To alter: ---- ii.S levels of corresponding points tallying? Yes 19 Are the north points and scales noted in the plans? Yes .A 10 Has any proposal depending on site conditions been marked? Yes 11 If the structure is on a curve or skew is it possible to i.aarvee associates 9 Have the leads for materials of construction been given? N. Yes 13 Has the catchment map of the drain been furnished? Yes 14 Have the Hydraulic particulars of the drain furnished? Yes 15 Has any special features or relevant information been furnished? Nil 16 Has certificate of levels given? --- 17 Have plans been indexed? Yes 18 Are the L. If not have the reasons been furnished? ---- 12 Have the possibilities or diversion been examined? It is a major stream cannot be diverted.

S. m + 423. Description Units Cumecs Particulars 1 Discharge (R/D) 8.AMBEDKAR PRANAHITHA-CHEVELLA SUJALA SRAVANTHI PACKAGE-21 STREAM CROSSING AT Km.517 2 Bed width m 6. S.25.B.733 9 Top width of banks L/R m 4.985 1. m 1.724 Sq. is as follows. The LS and CS of stream are taken on U/s and D/s of the proposed structure.750 8 Velocity m / sec 0.km and the discharge arrived as per Dicken's formulae is 35.509 REPORT TO ACCOMPANY THE SITE SURVEY The Alignment of Pranahitha-Chevella Sujala Sravanthi project (Package-21) crosses a stream @ Km.D.492 / 8.0 / 2.B.249 11 F.018 7 Free board m 0.S. The net level plan is also prepared. The HP's of the canal at Km.5 :1 / 2:1 .No.L.41 Cumecs.400 4 Side Slopes (inner / outer) -- 5 Bed fall -- 1 in 6000 6 Value of Rugosity -- 0.5 10 C. m + 422.aarvee associates DR. m + 421.649 12 T.R.200 3 F.L.L.B.399 13 Stream Bed level at Crossing m + 415. Hence a structure is proposed across the canal for this stream to discharge the water collected on Right side of the canal.The Catchment Area for this stream on Right side of the canal is worked out as per catchment area plan is 2.

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