SHREE SINGAJI THERMAL POWER PROJECT STAGE –II (2 × 660 MW

)
VILL.: DONGALIA , DISTT.: KHANDWA, MADHYA PRADESH

Owner:
MADHYA PRADESH POWER GENERATING COMPANY
LTD.

Owner’s Consultant:

LAHMEYER INTERNATIONAL (INDIA) PRIVATE LIMITED

EPC Contractor:

LARSEN & TOUBRO LIMITED

EPC Contractor’s Consultant:

L&T – SARGENT & LUNDY LIMITED

Vendor Job No.: ICT/-16063 L&T Job No.: MALWA-II

Title:
REPORT ON GEO-HYDROLOGICAL STUDY AND
RAINWATER HARVESTING FOR SSTPP-STAGE-II

Doc/Drg No.: MALII-903724-DF04-00-ZEN-170001 Rev No.: 02 Total No. of Pages: 45

Independent Consultants & Technocrates

Revision Status:
Prepared Reviewed Approved
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No. Name Name
Date Date Name Date
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1 NG 22.12.2016 25.12.2016 SZ 25.12.2016
2 SM 22.04.2017 23.04.2017 SZ 23.04.2017

SHREE SINGAJI THERMAL POWER
PROJECT STAGE-II ( 2 X 660 MW )
MADHYA PRADESH LARSEN & TOUBRO LTD.
POWER GENERATING
COMPANY LTD.
REPORT ON GEO-HYDROLOGICAL
Rev: 2
L&T Job No.: MALWA-II STUDY AND RAINWATER
HARVESTING FOR SSTPP-STAGE-II Date: 22.04.2016
Doc. No.: MALII-903724-DF04-00-ZEN-
Vendor Job No.: ICT/-16063 Page 2 of 45
170001

REVISION SUMMARY SHEET

Rev No. Details / Description Date

0 First Submission 25-12-2016
Table 5.3B Revised and revised coordinates of Recharge well
1 09-03-2017
locations are given
Table 5.1 Revise rainwater available data for harvesting is
2 22-04-2017
calculated are given Revision no. 2

INDEX
Sr. No Description Page No.
1 Introduction 2-6
1.1 General 1
1.2 Location 1-3
1.3 Company Background 4
1.4 General Geology & Stratigraphy 4-5
1.5 Geomorphology 6
1.6 Soil 6
1.7 Drainage 6
1.8 Hydro meteorology 6
2 Methodology 7-9
2.1 Introduction 7
2.2 Data collection 7-9
3 Electrical Resistivity Study 10-16
3.1 Introduction 10
3.2 Method 10-11
3.3 Result & Discussion 11-16
4 Geo Hydrology 17-27
4.1 Introduction 17
4.2 Water Level 17-18
4.3 Groundwater Quality 18-23
4.4 Aquifer Parameters 24-27
5 Rainwater Harvesting 29-33
5.1 Introduction 29
5.2 Water Available for Harvesting 29
5.3 Rainwater Harvesting Plan 29-33
6 Conclusion 34-35
-- List of Annotations and Symbols 36
-- Annexure-1:Chemical Analysis Data 37
-- Annexure-2:Calibration certificate of Resistivity Meter 38
-- References 39-40
-- Plant Layout --
-- Application Latter for Report Technical Clearance by ICT --
-- Approved latter from CGWB --

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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 General:
The Larsen & Toubro Limited proposed to establish 2 X 600 MW thermal power plant at village
Malwa near Khanwa, Madhya Pradesh. The work of study of hydro geological and rain water
harvesting of the project area is awarded to Independent Consultants & Technocrates (ICT).
• Measurement of water table in existing wells
• Collection of secondary data for Geology, hydrology and meteorology
• Collection of groundwater samples from the existing wells
• Marking of locations of existing wells from where samples collected
• Chemical analysis of groundwater samples collected
• Electrical Resistivity at 5 locations
• Short duration pumping test
1.2 Location:
The study area is located at Malwa village near Khandwa of Madhya Pradesh state. Figure 1.1
shows the location map of study area.
The district is bounded by Devas in the north Harda and Burhanpur district in eastern, western &
southern directions respectively. The district lies between north latitude 210 31’ and east longitude of
750 57’ 27” and 770 13” Falling in survey of India toposheet No. 55 B, 55C. E.

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Bagh beds. forming different types of aquifers in the area.the lava flows are Aa type bad thickness of Page 3 of 40 . km which included part of Baldi block in the district. Shale & Sandstone (Vindhyans): The upper vindhyan sandstone shale and are exposed in northern part of the district all along the Narmada river falling in Punasa block. The total area occupied by the vindhyans formations.3 Company Background: Shree Singaji Thermal Power Project is a coal-fired power plant located near Dongaliya village near by Mundi of Khandwa District in Madhya Pradesh state of India. Main geological units of the area are Archaean. Most of .4 General Geology & Stratigraphy Khandwa district is underlain by various geological formation. which are distinguished by either foresence of reg bole. vesicular zone or break in slope. Deccan traps and alluvium. This project is owned by MPPGCL (Madhya Pradesh Power Generating Company limited). 1. is about 1115 sq.1: Photograph of plant 1. upper vindhyan.1: Location map of study area Plate 1. The water required is taken from Indira Sagar Reservoir on Narmada River. The sandstone and shale of vindhyan formations are compact and having poor permeability Basalt (Deccan trap): The Khandwa district is underlain by 13 basaltic flows. Figure 1.

basic intrusion and the calcite veins at some place constitutes the basaltic terrain ground water generally occur under pheratic condition in shallow weathered.2 shows the exposure of consolidated igneous geological formation in the study area. both vertically and laterally. The Deccan trap flow.flows varies from 7 to 35m. Basalt does not exhibit uniform nature. Plate 1. Plate 1. Figure 1. These flows are confined between 265 and 698 m amsl.1 shows the general geology of the study area.2 and Table 1.2: Geological Exposures Page 4 of 40 . Table 1.1: General Geology of the study area Lithology Geological Age Shale & Sandstone Proterozoic Basalt Upper Cretaceous to Eocene The study area is a part of Deccan trap geological formation consists of volcanic igneous consolidated rocks of basalt. jointed and fractured horizons.

Apart from these above geomorphic features like flood. intermountain depressions. silt or clay sized unconsolidated alluvium found along the narrow strips of rivers. pediment (Volcanic) are also sees in the district. plain. There are alluvial deposits constitute gravel sand.2: General Geology of the study area (Source: District Brochure.Central Groundwater Board. Figure 1. 1. 2013) 1.5 Geomorphology Structural hills of vindhyans. alluvial plain. The soil of Khandwa district is classified on medium black soils under the broad classification of soil of India & is low fertility soils.6 Soil The nature & Characteristics of soils is dependent primarily on Relief of the area which influences the variation in soil formation.7 Drainage Entire Khandwa district falls under the Narmada basin Narmada and its trubitaries form the main source of surface water in the area. Narmada flows along the northern boundary of the district Page 5 of 40 . valley fills. denudation hills of Deccan traps are predominant in Khandwa district. 1.

The year may be divided into four seasons. MP is characterized by hot summer and general dryness except during the south west monsoon season.5% of the annual rainfall received during monsoon season. The district receives maximum rainfall during south – west monsoon period i. Figure 1. Only 9. Thus surplus water for ground water recharge is available only during the south – west monsoon period. The normal maximum temperature received during the month of May is 41. December to February is followed by the hot season from March to about the middle of June. The normal annual means maximum and minimum temperature of Khandwa district is 340 C & 19. Sukta & Bhim Nadi. main rivers which drains the area of the district which drains the area of the district are Chhota Tawa. The period from the middle of June to September is the south west monsoon season. June to September.5% of the annual rainfall takes place between October to May period.50 C respectively. The normal annual rainfall of Khandwa District is 1211 mm computed for last five years. October and November form the post monsoon or transition period.80 C and minimum during the month of January 11.8 Hydro meteorology: The climate of Khandwa district.e. The cold season.20 C. About 90.3: Average Annual Rainfall Page 6 of 40 . 1.

1: Flow chart showing methodology adopted for the study Page 7 of 40 . The methodology adopted for the study is shown diagrammatically in the Figure 2. 2. the approach and methodology adopted.1 Introduction: For the proposed study.1. METHODOLOGY 2. and various equipments and instruments used are discussed below. Figure 2.

1: Water Level indicator Global Positioning System (GPS): Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite based navigational system. In order to get as correct levels as possible.2 Data collection: During study the data collection process was divided into: i) Primary Data Collection and ii) Secondary Data Collection Primary Data Collection was done in the field and secondary data was collected from previous works such as published and unpublished reports and maps. an interruption in pumping for at least two hours is necessary. Simultaneously an odometer is present within the instrument which helps us to determine the depth in m. Equipment: Water Level Indicator (IGIS. Hyderabad) Plate 2. etc. groundwater levels in the tube wells and dug wells were measured. GPS calculates the position of a certain spot by registering pulses from Page 8 of 40 . Various methods and materials used during the fieldwork are discussed below. Its mechanism works on the principle of sensing when the sensor comes in contact with water. i) Primary Data Collection During study various primary data such as static water level in various wells. The measurement of SWL (Static Water level) was done with the help of Water level Indicator. chemical analysis of the water samples. geological and geophysical data.2. etc. a) Materials and Methods Groundwater level Measurements: To detect fluctuations in the groundwater table. were obtained during the fieldwork.

Hyderabad make is used for collection of electrical resistivity values by VES method. Plate 2. etc.. Groundwater Department. i.3: Photograph shows Electrical Resistivity Meter ii) Secondary Data Collection The secondary data was collected from various government agencies like Government Census Department.2: GPS 76 CSx Electrical Resistivity Meter: SSR-MP-1 microprocessor based digital electrical resistivity meter of IGIS. existing structures.satellites.e. Page 9 of 40 . wells and other important features. Geological Survey of India (GSI). GPS is used to assign Easting and Northing co-ordinates to a specified point. Equipment: Silva Garmin make GPS Plate 2.

In Schlumberger configurations. the separation between potential electrodes (MN) is kept small compared to the current electrode separation AB. All analysis and interpretation are done on the basis of direct currents.1 Introduction: Surface electrical resistivity surveying is based on the principle that the distribution of electrical potential in the ground around a current-carrying electrode depends on the electrical resistivities and distribution of the surrounding soils and rocks. without actually drilling the well. The current used is either direct current or AC of low frequency. N and B) are placed along a straight line. because of inherent limitations. The usual practice in the field is to apply an electrical direct current (DC) between two electrodes implanted in the ground and to measure the difference of potential between two additional electrodes that do not carry current. the potential electrodes are in line between the current electrodes. ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY STUDY 3. SCHLUMBERGER CONFIGURATIONS:- This array is also most widely used in electrical prospecting. The aim of this study is to determine the feasibility of using one of the VES methods-the Schlumberger array to pin point the feasible location for construction of bore well. 3. The ultimate objective of a Vertical Electrical Sounding (VES) at some locality is to obtain apparent resistivity log similar to. the resolution of the VES methods is not as high as that of the induction log. Four electrodes (A. over center point ‘O’. The configuration factor (K) for Schlumberger array is: K = π L2 / 2l Page 10 of 40 . M. for example. Current is sent generally through the outer electrodes A & B and potential across M & N (the inner electrodes). Usually. the induction log of a well at the locality. but in principle. five locations were selected for conducting vertical electrical sounding (VES) using “Schlumberger’s Configuration” of electrode separation to estimate thickness of sub surface layer and there possible thickness.2 Method: Resistivity survey has been carried out for delineating the deeper sub surface aquifer based on surrounding hydrological conditions. 3. they can be located anywhere. However. symmetrically.

Whenever potential electrodes are shifted measurements are repeated.e. keeping the potential electrodes fixed.3 Result & Discussion: As mentioned above the Resistivity data taken from five locations with the help of SSR-MP- ATS. Table 3.1: Vertical Electrical Sounding (VES) Electrode arrangement Resistivity sounding is used to make investigations along the depth.1 and Figure 3. Page 11 of 40 . keeping the current electrodes same to get overlapping section of the curve. The Resistivity data interpreted with the help of software of IGIS i. Figure 3. For increasing the depth of investigation. The apparent resistivity values obtained with increasing values of electrode separations are used to estimate the thickness and resistivities of subsurface formations. The Resistivity data of various locations represent more or less uniform Resistivity value at all places. the current electrodes A and B are moved apart symmetrically about the center point ‘O’. inverse slope method.2 shows the locations (L-1 to L-5) where the electrical resistivity sounding were taken for approximate 200m current electrode spacing. In this method the center of configuration is kept fixed and measurements are made by successively increasing electrode spacing. IGIS Hyderabad make Resistivity instrument. The apparent resistivity for each current electrode separation is calculated by multiplying the resistance value by Schlumberger Configuration Factor 3. In Schlumberger array all the four electrodes are kept in a line but the two inner electrodes (potential electrodes) are kept closer (potential electrode distance MN less than 1/5 current electrode distance AB).

1878. Resistivity Location Coordinates 1 L-1 -2240.1: Resistivity Locations Sr.3 show the graph for Electrode spacing versus resistivity on logarithmic scale.8 and Figure 3.No. Table 3.1513.1430.12 show the software generated graph of inverse slope method for locations L-1 to L-5 respectively. The Table 3.343.366 5 L-5 -3006.2: Locations of Electrical Resistivity Figure 3.817. The resistivity value of all the five locations vary among themselves.1513. varying degree of weathering or little unevenness in topography. Table 3.224 2 L-2 -3006. Figure 3.1 shows the photographs of the resistivity sounding survey.562.623 4 L-4 -3592.3 shows the inferred lithology from the apparent resistivity values.1246.721 Page 12 of 40 . Figure 3. The sub surface lithology inferred as thin layer of soil underlain by volcanic basalt rocks. Plate 3.721 3 L-3 -3141.111.2 shows the apparent resistivity for all the locations. this may be due to lithological contrast.111.

60 53.91 55 10 37 115.15 177.96 4.83 50.99 136.11 149.90 5.33 5.0 20.16 106.0 20.99 36.67 337.26 141.0 1.91 128.20 93. Fractured Rock Page 13 of 40 .13 105.94 26.0 15.53 10.0 100.63 40 5 27 104.18 39.55 61.97 6.0 14.78 16.16 107.86 114. -.00 -.36 84.75 Table 3.48 71.88 150 20 100 317.71 75.83 49.0 1.07 46.87 140. --- 60 10 40 123.0 5.50 43.0 Soil & Alluvium 1.94 8.30 110.0 35.36 28.2: Apparent Resistivity Location L-1 L-2 L-3 L-4 L-5 AB/2 MN/2 Approximate Apparent Resistivity (m) (m) Depth (m) Rho(ohm-m) 5 1 3 557.94 15 3 10 536.0 Hard Rock 48.0 12.36 53.53 119.72 139.0 5.0 Weathered Rock 20.35 25 5 17 238.83 69. Table 3.14 2.64 --.30 41.67 202.90 90 10 60 139.0 8.92 35 5 23 122.60 30 5 20 123.86 45 5 30 109.0 Fractured Rock 60.42 157.22 6.93 90.22 105.18 47.91 67.96 38.22 82.42 40.80 50 10 33 111.0 65.77 35. --.23 62.63 34.0 48.59 253.07 87.70 100 20 67 83.32 10 1 7 652.76 70 10 47 143.32 5.54 120 20 80 167.12 313.26 27.09 24.72 93.18 75.57 20 3 13 370.37 78.0 Fractured Rock 15.10 221.0 40.12 84.52 272.60 166.80 200 20 133 158.75 80 10 53 153.83 67.57 41.87 81.71 65.0 Fractured Rock 40.84 6.3: Inferred lithology based on Electrical Resistivity Study Depth (in m) Thickness (in m) Inferred Lithology From To Location: L-1 0.0 Weathered Rock 65.22 124.0 Hard Rock 100.0 60.36 198.57 84.

0 60. Depth (in m) Thickness (in m) Inferred Lithology From To Location: L-2 0.0 25.0 Weathered Rock 12.0 65.0 Fractured Rock 30.0 Fractured Rock 60.00 -.0 5.0 15.0 30.0 Fractured Rock 100.0 Weathered Rock 32.0 Hard Rock 52.0 Weathered Rock 15.0 1.0 30.0 5.0 3.0 Weathered Rock 65.0 10.0 35.0 5.0 45.0 15.0 Weathered Rock 5.0 2.0 5.0 35.0 10.0 Fractured Rock 15.0 30.0 60.0 Weathered Rock 5.0 Fractured Rock 25. Fractured Rock Location: L-5 0.0 Hard Rock 100.0 15.0 12.0 5.0 Fractured Rock 40.0 29. -.0 100.0 5.0 35. Hard Rock Page 14 of 40 .0 -.0 52.0 Hard Rock 45.0 Weathered Rock 17.0 5.0 -.0 Hard Rock 30.0 65.0 Hard Rock 35.0 Fractured Rock 60.0 1.0 13. Hard Rock Location: L-3 0.0 32.0 100.0 Soil & Alluvium 1.0 17.0 8.0 Weathered Rock 25.0 4. Hard Rock Location: L-4 0.0 8.0 5.0 40.0 1.0 12.0 10.0 Hard Rock 10.0 2.0 Soil & Alluvium 1. -.0 15.0 22.0 2.0 Weathered Rock 65.0 5.0 1.0 2.0 15.0 32.0 25.0 Hard Rock 30. -.0 Clay 32. -.0 Hard Rock 22.0 -.

1: Electrical Resistivity Survey Page 15 of 40 .Plate 3.

2.4: Inverse slope method for RES-1.3.3: Current Electrode Spacing vs Apparent Resistivity graph Figure 3.4 and 5 Page 16 of 40 .Figure 3.

80 7 PCTL office area BH-03 W-7 -2457. The groundwater in the study area occurs in unconfined to semi confined conditions at shallow depth of 5 to 10m depth from the ground surface.00 3 PCT Cooling Tower – BH-02 W-3 -2944.922 10.964 12.582 9. Page 17 of 40 . Location Id Coordinate SWL (in m) 1 MHPS Boilers – BH-04 W-1 -3589.80 The deepest water level encountered PCT Cooling tower i.1 shows detail of the locations of wells where the water level measured. The contour map of reduced water level is prepared for determination of ground water flow direction.1 shows the measurement of water level in well. The groundwater occurs in weathered and fractured zone of these igneous rocks. Plate 4.e 13. 4.10 2 L&T CHP Batching Plant BH-01 W-2 -2408.20 4 CB – 30 M-1 Near Quality Lab W-4 -2405.761 11.00m depth from the existing ground surface of Batching plant.073 1407.852 1822.790 13. GEO HYDROLOGY 4. Figure 4.013 1885.1 Introduction Geologically.1 shows the satellite image of locations of wells inventoried.832 13.134 10.2 Water Level Well Inventory was carried out at 8 locations of existing wells.70 5 DM Plant BH-05 W-5 -3179. Reduced water level is groundwater level height with respect to mean sea level.889 1371. Table 4.293 1408. 4.20m and shallowest water level encountered at 9.226 1920.10 6 ESP Point BH-018 W-6 -3182. No.506 9.90 8 LCR Plant BH-07 W-8 -2456.629 1855. the study area comprises of volcanic igneous basalt rocks. Table 4.1: Well details Sr.238 1503.

2: Reduced Water Level Map Plate 4.1: Measurement of water level Figure 4.1: Location map of wells inventoried Page 18 of 40 . Figure 4.

3 Groundwater Quality: The groundwater quality is tested by chemical analysis of the groundwater samples. pH (Hydrogen Ion Concentration): pH is a hydrogen ion concentration. All the groundwater samples are within the limit as per Indian Standard of drinking water. The graphs are prepared for presentation of groundwater quality. it is difficult for plants to extract the water.3: pH values graph of groundwater samples TDS (Total Dissolved Solids): The salt content in the water may be expressed in Total Dissolved Solids (TDS). Figure 4. The groundwater samples collected and analyzed. The collected water samples are analyzed for its suitability of drinking as per IS:10500:2012. Generally. water is classified as ALKALINE. The maximum pH value was found at MHPS Boilers water sample.3 shows the contour diagram of the pH value in groundwater samples in study area. TDS is the amount of materials (inorganic salts and small amounts of organic material) dissolved in water and is commonly expressed in terms of milligrams per liter.5 to 8. namely: (1) If pH is less than 7.5 is permissible as per Indian Standard 10500:2012. If the salt concentration in water increases.41 whereas the minimum pH value was 6. Page 19 of 40 . viz. Figure 3. based on the pH value. The maximum TDS value found at LCR Plant village well viz.07 at PCTL office area.300 mg/l and minimum 151 mg/l at PCT cooling area groundwater sample. The pH value 6. (2) For FRESH water pH is equal to 7 and (3) If pH is more than 7. 8. water can be divided in to three classes.4.. water is said to be ACIDIC in nature.

The chloride content above the desirable limit can cause the change in taste of water.5 shows the total hardness concentration in the study area. All the groundwater samples collected and analyzed are found within the permissible limit. Figure 4. 200 mg/l is acceptable limit and 600 mg/l is the permissible limit.4 shows the TDS graph of the study area Figure 4. All the groundwater samples are within the permissible limit of IS: 10500:2012. Figure 4.4: TDS values graph of groundwater samples Total Hardness as CaCO3: Hardness of water is due to carbonates.5: Total Hardness values graph of groundwater samples Chloride (Cl): The chloride content as per Indian Standards 10500:2012 acceptable limit is 250 mg/l and permissible limit is 1000 mg/l. Maximum chloride content of 48 mg/l found at MHPS Page 20 of 40 .The acceptable TDS limit is 500 mg/l and permissible TDS limit is 2000 mg/l. corrosion and potability. Figure 4. As per the IS 10500:2012. sulphates and chlorides of calcium and magnesium. The maximum value of hardness as CaCO3 found is 262 mg/l in LCR Plant groundwater sample and minimum 50 mg/l in MHPS Boiler groundwater samples.

e. magnesium and sodium. cooling tower and LCR Plant water sample which is 2.6 shows the graph of chloride ion concentration in the study area.6: Chloride values in groundwater samples Sulphate (SO4): The sulphate content in ground water generally occurs as soluble salts of calcium. The Calcium content is within the permissible limit of IS: 10500:2012 Page 21 of 40 . Figure 4. Figure 4. Above the desirable limit causes gastro intestinal irritation particularly when magnesium or sodium is present. The minimum concentration of sulphate was found at CHP Batching plant. Figure 4. 20 mg/l.boiler area and minimum concentration of chloride content was found at near quality lab area sample. Sulphate is having acceptable limit of 200 mg/l and permissible limit is 400 mg/l as per Indian Drinking Water Standards 10500:2012.. i.7 shows the distribution of Sulphate ion. Figure 4.86 mg/l and maximum is 14.3 mg/l at the ESP Point.7: Sulphate values in groundwater samples Calcium (Ca): Calcium above the desirable limit causes the encrustation in water supply system and adverse effects on domestic use.

Figure 4. Figure 4. Figure 4. The effect of having above the desirable limit is encrustation to water supply structure and adverse effect on domestic use. The minimum value of Mg is 4. The maximum 64 mg/l Calcium is found at ESP Point and minimum 12 mg/l at MHPS Boilers.84 mg/l in LCR plant.9: Magnesium values in groundwater samples Page 22 of 40 . All the groundwater samples are showing calcium concentration above the permissible limit of Indian Standard 10500:2012.9 shows the distribution of magnesium in study area.in all the groundwater samples. As per Indian Standards 75 mg/l is the acceptable limit and 200 mg/l is the permissible limit.80 mg/l found in MHPS Boiler groundwater sample and maximum value is 27.8: Calcium values in groundwater samples Magnesium: Magnesium (Mg) is having a desirable limit of 30 mg/l and permissible limit is 100 mg/l as per Indian Drinking Water standards 10500:2012.

86 mg/l and maximum is 12. i. Figure 4.e.11 mg/l in MHPS Boiler.11: Fluoride values in groundwater samples Page 23 of 40 ... 0. Figure 4. i.82 mg/l in MHPS Boiler.49 mg/l and maximum is 0.5 mg/l as per Indian Drinking Water Standards 10500:2012. Nitrate content in the study area is within the permissible limit of the Indian Standards. The minimum concentration of fluoride in water samples was found in PCT Cooling tower.10: Nitrate values in groundwater samples Fluoride: Fluoride having desirable limit of 1 mg/l and permissible limit are 1. The minimum concentration of nitrate is found water sample of PCT Cooling tower and Quality Lab. CHP Batching plant and LCR Plant.e.Nitrate: Nitrates having desirable limit of 45 mg/l and permissible limit are 100 mg/l as per Indian Drinking Water Standards 10500:2012. The Fluoride concentrations of all the water samples analyzed are within the acceptable limit of Indian drinking water specification. 9.

i. Page 24 of 40 . The yield test data and calculation is given in the following table and paragraphs. Total Alkalinity: Total Alkalinity having acceptable limit of 200 mg/l and permissible limit are 600 mg/l as per Indian Drinking Water Standards 10500:2012.4 Aquifer Parameters: To find out the aquifer parameters. In this method the water levels in the well is measured at regular time interval and pump speed or discharge rate maintained constant. The minimum concentration of total alkalinity is found at the MHPS Boilers. Figure 4. 40.12: Total Alkalinity values in groundwater samples 4. under this equilibrium condition. gives the yield per hour (Q) of the well at a particular drawdown (s). Pumping test is an accurate method of determining the safe yield of the well.4 mg/l and maximum is 236. short duration aquifer performance test in the existing tube well conducted.. The rate of pumping. per hour.4 mg/l at ESP Point groundwater sample.e.

50 6.56 0.40 11.40 25.90 30 510 2.70 6.7: Pumping and recovery phase reading for Pump Test .34 7 487 5.10 2 482 6.98 45 525 2.50 160 640 180 15.30 6 486 6.33 10 9.04 0.57 8 9.53 13.81 69.37 61.80 10.00 9 9.36 0.45 7.43 5.67 50 12.82 31.00 2 9.00 45 11.71 14.06 90 570 0.24 0.20 30 10.85 0.40 9 489 5.19 4 484 6.83 41.40 55 535 2.71 40 11.69 27.68 3.21 6.94 17.32 121.34 0.00 3 9.33 481.04 9.30 0.50 25 505 3.1 Pumping Phase Reading Recovery Phase Reading Time since Time since Time since PWL Drawdown Residual Pump ON Pump OFF Pump ON t/t' (in m) (in m) Drawdown(S2) (t in min) (t' in min) (t in min) 1 9.16 4.44 10 490 4.20 50 530 2.87 7.95 200 680 220 16.19 20.73 60 12.24 35 515 2.44 0.43 100 580 120 14.00 25 10.76 5.70 180 660 200 15.40 0.83 81.56 4.86 80 13.64 2.24 5 485 6.77 240 720 Page 25 of 40 .00 14 9.24 2.10 0.16 70 550 1.95 6.97 241.00 12 9.65 49.50 1.06 97.00 7 9.98 2.15 54.29 16 9.95 9.00 6 9.36 8 488 5.90 1.00 4 9.10 35.00 18 9.08 6.06 5.85 18 498 3.19 0.77 7.44 7.00 5 9.68 60 540 1.56 80 560 0.66 161.60 55 12.08 140 620 160 15.14 3 483 6.49 12 492 4.00 35 11.76 120 600 140 15.40 3.45 220 700 240 16.04 1 481 7.00 90 14.00 70 13.56 14 494 4.68 16 496 3.64 40 520 2.67 20 9.49 0.99 0.68 0.99 20 500 3. Table 4.20 3.14 0.33 100 14.

60 1.07 60 540 1.50 4. In this method.67 200 64.09 14 494 2.78 10.00 180 64.80 120 63.65 3.51 3 483 2.93 241.60 5.00 4 61.00 18 62.94 121.71 40 62.62 6.85 13.63 7.17 1.21 0.21 8 488 2.55 2 482 2.50 90 570 1.18 70 550 1.73 9.46 4 484 2.00 1.00 6 61.60 4.50 2.96 161.75 9.05 180 660 0. Table 4. the water level is depressed to any level below the normal level and pump is stopped.00 90 63.28 25.00 45 62.27 7 487 2.07 10 490 2.17 18 498 2.21 1.32 30 510 2.91 1.33 10 61.85 140 620 1.73 60 63.91 55 535 1.57 8 61.8: Pumping and recovery phase reading for Pump Test – 2 Pumping Phase Reading Recovery Phase Reading Time since Time since Time since PWL Drawdown Residual Pump ON Pump OFF Pump ON t/t' (in m) (in m) Drawdown(S2) (t in min) (t' in min) (t in min) 1 61.40 1.12 1.60 45 525 1.60 55 62.21 20 500 2.27 25 505 2.33 0.50 61.36 31.60 0.60 1 481 3.00 25 62.12 16 496 2. The water level in the well starts rising.70 2.15 9 489 2.75 81.50 120 600 1.00 9 61.86 80 63.15 0.33 6 486 2.49 40 520 1.85 2.98 2.43 160 63.45 220 700 The recuperation test or recovery test is used when it is difficult to regulate the rate of pumping in order to maintain constant discharge.00 140 63.53 54.45 35.40 7.80 50 530 1.90 14.31 2.00 3 61.40 41. The discharge should be constant and the discharge will be measured every regular interval in liter per minute or liter per second or m3/hour or m3/day Page 26 of 40 .00 70 62.00 12 62.40 35 515 1.27 0.32 1.20 6.80 1.50 2.67 50 62.95 200 680 220 64.58 49.67 5.65 69.70 100 580 1.27 1.09 1.33 100 63.39 0.00 35 62.07 20.00 12 492 2.00 7 61.98 160 640 0. This rising of water level is measured with specified time interval.20 30 62.20 11.49 1.01 17.07 0.39 5 485 2.55 0.31 80 560 1.70 97.07 2.18 1.70 7.00 14 62.05 3.29 16 62.51 0.46 0.02 481.21 27.67 20 62.00 5 61.00 2 61.

13: Time drawdown and Ratio (t/t’) drawdown graphs for Pump Test . the better the well.1 Figure 4. Figure 4.2 (A) Transmissivity: Transmissivity of the aquifer is defined as the rate at which water prevailing kinematic viscosity is transmitted through a unit width of aquifer under a unit hydraulic gradient (B) Field permeability or Hydraulic Conductivity: A medium has a unit hydraulic conductivity if it will transmit in unit time a unit volume of groundwater at the prevailing kinematic viscosity (Kinematic viscosity equals dynamic viscosity divided by fluid density). The Field permeability “K” can be determined by using following equation. K= T/M. The values of Specific Capacity C is obtained by using following equation Page 27 of 40 .13: Time drawdown and Ratio (t/t’) drawdown graphs for Pump Test . Where T = Transmissivity and M = Aquifer thickness (C) Specific Capacity: The specific capacity is computed by dividing the discharge by drawdown. The larger the value of specific capacity.

48 1.0 480 17.08 Test – 2 Page 28 of 40 . s = Maximum Drawdown. Q C= ----------- s Where.02 63.46 0. Q = Discharge in m3 / day.77 Test .81 0. m Table 4.49 20.0 470 34.1 Pump 61.9: Aquifer parameters summary Transmissivity (m2/day) Permeability (m/day) Specific SWL Discharge Theiss Jacob – Theiss Sr.25 0. C = specific capacity in m3 / min / m.29 61.19 71. Jacob – Cooper Capacity (in m) (m3/day) Recovery Cooper Recovery Method (m3 / day / m) Method Method Method Pump 9. No.

211 0.0m to 13.1.1 Introduction: Geologically the area is composed of igneous volcanic rocks. the groundwater recharge structure artificial Page 29 of 40 . 5.211 0.3 259402 4 Unpaved area 616502 1. Description Annual Coefficient Rainwater (m2) Rainfall (m) Harvesting (m3) 1 Roof top area 49425 1. RAIN WATER HARVESYING 5. Hence. cracks. fissures and joints.211 0. 5.20m and electrical resistivity study indicates that the weathered and fractured rock depth is 100m from the existing ground surface. Sand.2 Water Available for harvesting: The water requirement for various uses in the plant will be fulfilled by Indira sagar dam water supply. mainly igneous & is overlain by thin layer of alluvium (Clay. The effective area available for the rainwater harvesting is tabulated in the Table 5. Table 5.8 47883 2 Paved area 86767 1.3 223975 Total 594305 The rainwater available for harvesting is calculated 594305 m3 per annum (Table 5.3 Rainwater harvesting plan: The static water level in the study area varies between 9. Excessive runoff causes soil erosion and less recharge 5. The area is having potential to artificial groundwater recharge and hence it is advisable to recharge the groundwater aquifer.1: Rainwater available for harvesting Average Water available for Total Area Sr. Ground water occurs in weathered portion.1). No. The effective area is considered on the basis of rain water harvesting comes in contact with other possible contaminants.211 0.6 63045 3 Green belt 714017 1. silt & Gravels).

2.021 m/day Depth of recharge well 100 m Fractured & Weathered Zone 50 m radius of recharge well 0. they can collect the rain water through storm water drainage system and an artificial recharge well for recharge of rain water at appropriate location.58 m2 Permeability computed 0. of recharge well 5. of recharge well structures: The number of recharge wells required to be constructed is computed and the detail given in the following Table 5. there is good potential of groundwater recharge as the pumping water level went below 70m from the existing ground surface. For this. The effective zone for recharge is considered is 50m approximately inferred from the electrical resistivity study. The diameter of the recharge well is considered 150mm and depth is 100m from the existing ground surface. It is suggested that 100m depth and 150mm diameter with appropriate sedimentation tank can be constructed.65 m/day Recharge Rate 15.recharge well is suggested.2: Number of recharge well structures Gross Monsoon Rainwater available 9905 cum/day Rainy days 60 days Recharge period 120 days Monsoon Rainwater available for recharge per day 83 cum/day Rainfall intensity 0. Moreover. The rain water can be collected and utilised for domestic.13 m2 Effective area for recharge 23.1.65 cum/year No.65 m/day and average rainy days is considered 60 days. The numbers of recharge well may require which calculated as per the actual plant lay out plan. No. Table 5. Hence.075 m Area of recharge well 47. the total number of recharge well structures required will be 6.33 cum/day Recharge through 1 well 1839. The average permeability of the strata is computed from the aquifer performance test 0. plantation and industrial use as the rain water is having good quality of water. The general design of the recharge well is given in the Figure 5.38 ≈6 Page 30 of 40 .

2. To the possible extent water is saved at each point of use by taking proper care in maintenance of drain pipe. 1137.65mm thick 300mm height 1100 mm in diameter.2 -1407.3A: Recharge well design general parameters Well out fit 4m deep – 1500mm diameter Reinforced concrete Rings 1350mm OD & 300 mm Height.992∆ Near Raw water reservoir Near Existing drain 6 RW No. 65 mm thick. 1863.5 -3213.1 -3580.12 mm Silt trap R. 50mm of 40mm size crushed stone Total depth 100m 1200mm diameter. 1982.534∆ (Opp.158. 1131.5m depth. 1100mm diameter concrete Silt trap/Sedimentation tank rings.35 Near Control room building Near Existing drain 3 RW No. 75 mm thick. if possible. 1122.676. toilet or at other appropriate locations.3 -2728.275∆ B/H Switchyard control room 5 RW No.C. 1601.25 mm perforated.874.158 (CW Pipe corridor) 4 RW No. 100mm of 20mm size crushed Filter Media stone. Use of recycled water.428.10 kg/cm2 pressure with V wire screen Table 5.25 mm perforated. 1. Recharge Well Id Coordinates Location 1 RW No.889∆ Near Greet belt 2 RW No. Conveyor belt 26A/B) Water Saving: 1. Page 31 of 40 .892. There should be display board for optimum use of water in wash room.4 -2218.6 -2442.8 mm mild Reinforced concrete slab for well steel rods used for reinforcement 150mm gravel and coarse sand.No. in cleaning of toilets or gardening after proper treatment and testing for its intended use. mild steel rods used for reinforcement Well Diameter 150mm 75 mm High density polyethylene pipe (HDPE) slotted casing Casing pipe with 8 mm spirally perforated holes at 30mm intervals.3B: Location of Recharge Well along with sedimentation tank Sr.997. tap etc from leakage. Table 5. 65mm Thick 1200mm in diameter. 100mm charcoal and activated carbon.C.

Before first shower sedimentation tanks should be cleaned and flushed of all sediments and debris. if possible and economic viable. the roof top will be cleaned before monsoon and coarse mesh is used to prevent the debris on the entrance of the water at roof. Use of sprinkler or drip irrigation method in garden irrigation 4. Page 32 of 40 . for manufacturing Maintenance of the recharging system: Periodic maintenance required for reliable and higher quality water supply. methods. For the groundwater recharging purpose only roof top area runoff water will be used. Also. The first shower should be flushed so the any sediment can be washed away.3. During raining season the entire system to be checked before and after rains and cleaned after every dry period. Adoption of machinery – equipments.

1: General design of artificial recharge well Page 33 of 40 .Figure 5.

Average annual rainfall of the study area is 1211mm 7. CONCLUSION 1.86 mg/l and maximum is 14. The resistivity data interpreted with the help of inverse slope method IGIS software Page 34 of 40 .3 mg/l 14. The study area is located near Village Mundi and Dongaliya.20m depth from the existing ground surface of PCT Cooling tower 9. The minimum concentration of sulphate is 2. District Khandwa.4 mg/l in groundwater samples of study area 19. The Total Alkalinity as CaCO3 value 236. The lithology inferred from the resistivity sounding is thin layer of soil and alluvium. The maximum 64 mg/l and minimum calcium is 12 mg/l found in the study area ground water samples 15.41 10. The minimum value of Mg is 4. Well Inventory was carried out at 8 locations of existing wells 8. 20.4 mg/l and 40. The shallowest water level encountered at CHP Batching plant well i. The principal rivers of the study area is Narmda and Tawa 6. Madhya Pradesh.11mg/l 17. Geologically.84 mg/l and maximum is 12. the study area is comprises of igneous volcanic rocks of Upper Cretaceous to Eocene geological age below thin layer of Alluvium 3. The value of hardness as CaCO3 groundwater samples varies between 50 mg/l and 262 mg/l 12. The study area is having rolling topography dotted with isolated inselbergs 4. 2. The TDS value of groundwater samples collected are varies between 151mg/l and 300 mg/l 11. The minimum concentration of fluoride in water samples was found in study area is 0.84 mg/l found in the study area ground water samples 16.0m and deepest water level encountered at 13.49 mg/l and maximum is 0.07 and 8.82 mg/l 18. Electrical Resistivity carried out at 5 locations with the help of digital micro processor based resistivity meter up to maximum 200m current electrode spacing. The pH value of the study area varies between 6. 6. followed by weathered basalt rock (up to 100m from the existing ground surface) which again underlying by hard basalt rock (beyond 100m depth). gravelly loamy Soil influenced by underlying igneous rocks 5. The minimum concentration of nitrate is found water sample is 4.e 9. Soil of the study area is Very medium black.8 mg/l and maximum value is 27. The chloride content of the study area varies between 20 to 48 mg/l 13.

21.45m. specific capacity 61. The aquifer parameters computed are maximum drawdown 7.08 m3/day/m and permeability is 0.25 and 1.02 m/day 22.77 and 63. The rain water available for harvesting is 594305 m3/annum. For. The number of rainy days considered is to be 60days and hence the numbers of recharge wells to be constructed are 6 of 100m depth and 150mm diameter with detail given. Short duration pump tests conducted in bore wells. Independent Consultants & Technocrates Authorized Signatory Page 35 of 40 .77m and 7.

List of Annotations and Symbols Annotation Description Sq. km Square Kilometer EGL Existing Ground Level AGL Above Ground Level MP Measuring Point SWL Static Water Level TD Total Depth m3/day Cubic meter per day m/day Meter per day T Transmissivity S Storativity C Specific Capacity B Drainage Factor D/d Drawdown mcm Million cubic meter m Meter MSL Man Sea Level BGL Below Ground Level RL Reduced Level RWL Reduced Water Level mm Millimeter LPM Liter Per Minute m2/day Square meter per day K Permeability/Hydraulic Conductivity Sy Specific Yield c Hydraulic Resistance ∆s Slope of the drawdown between the two log cycles Q Discharge PPM Parts Per Million Mg/l Milligram per liter AC Alternate Current DC Direct Current VES Vertical Electrical Sounding CGWB Central Groundwater Board Page 36 of 40 .

2 W-3 76.11 0.52933 22.58 9.10271 9.10 7.52907 22.53473 22.80 6.0 6.90 6.27 0.80 6.11084 13.53327 22.07 214 32 195 48.86 4.86 12.49 73.3 9.84 0.96 8.69 0.10 8.4 W-2 76.53751 22.24 2.8 19.58 4.8 *All the values are in mg/l except pH TH – Total Hardness Cl – Chloride TDS – Total Dissolved Solids Ca – Calcium Mg – Magnesium SO4 – Sulphate NO3 – Nitrate F – Fluoride TA – Total Alkalinity Page 37 of 40 .70 7.10052 10.73 262 28 300 58.10045 11.44 7.6 17.56 125.10323 12.53068 22.11 0.51 197.28 8.84 2.82 40.25 56 24 151 12.8 12.3 12.56 11.65 236.6 W-4 76.20 7.04 14.8 14.11 0.0 4.8 W-5 76.60 218.53482 22.00 6.0 23.4 W-7 76.2 W-8 76. ANNEXURE-1: CHEMICAL ANALYSIS DATA SWL Location Coordinate pH TH Cl TDS Ca Mg SO4 NO3 F TA (in m) W-1 76.55 153.10283 9.84 0.42 156 28 175 40.10867 13.2 2.0 22.86 12.6 W-6 76.82 212 28 260 52.72 256 36 285 64.29 156 20 159 33.41 50 48 181 12.69 0.61 166.10991 10.52889 22.4 27.

ANNEXURE-2: CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE OF RESISTIVITY METER Page 38 of 40 .

Test pumping of water wells • IS 15792:2008 Artificial Recharge to Ground Water . Central Groundwater Board.5-10 • District Brochure Godda.O. “GIS based micro level approach for hydro geochemical studies in upper Manimuktha sub basin. pp. pp.11. Journal of Geology and Mining Research. et al. Indian Journal of Science and Technology. South India”. Volume 3(6). References • B. November 2009. September 2013 • Ige O. Volume 2 No.147-152 • IS 10500:2012 Drinking water specification • IS 14476 Part 1 to 9:1998. Vellar. June 2011. Gurugnanam et al.. “Preliminary assessment of water quality in Ayede – Ekiti. South western Nigeria”.Guidelines • IS 15896:2011 Manual Methods for Measurement of Ground Water Level in a Well • IS 15897:2011 Surface Geophysical survey for Hydrological studies • IS 2800:1991 (Part1 & 2) Code of practice for construction and testing of tube well/bore well • IS 3025: 1983 (Part 2) Methods of Sampling and Test (Physical and Chemical) for water and waste water – pH Value • IS 3025: 1983 (Part 21) Methods of Sampling and Test (Physical and Chemical) for water and waste water – Total Hardness • IS 3025: 1983 (Part 23) Methods of Sampling and Test (Physical and Chemical) for water and waste water – Alkalinity • IS 3025: 1983 (Part 24) Methods of Sampling and Test (Physical and Chemical) for water and waste water – Sulphate • IS 3025: 1983 (Part 32) Methods of Sampling and Test (Physical and Chemical) for water and waste water – Chloride • IS 3025: 1983 (Part 34) Methods of Sampling and Test (Physical and Chemical) for water and waste water – Nitrogen • IS 3025: 1983 (Part 40) Methods of Sampling and Test (Physical and Chemical) for water and waste water – Calcium • IS 3025: 1983 (Part 46) Methods of Sampling and Test (Physical and Chemical) for water and waste water – Magnesium Page 39 of 40 .

Algeria.N. 1177-1181 Page 40 of 40 . pp. pp.6. Current Science. Guide for preparation of abstracts • IS 8010:1976 Guidelines for preparation of technical reports – Research and Development reports • L. Volume 3(6).1. Volume 3. June 2010. Journal of Geography and Regional Planning. et al. September 2007 • Sudarshan Raju G. September 2015 pp. 151-157 • Manual on Artificial Recharge of Groundwater. No. “Determining the recharging capacity of an injection well in a semi confined alluvial aquifer”. “An evaluation of aquifer characteristics in and around Kadiri Schist belt of Anantpur district. No.. Central Groundwater Board.• IS 3025: 1983 (Part 60) Methods of Sampling and Test (Physical and Chemical) for water and waste water – Chloride • IS 4097:1967 Specifications for Gravel use as pack in Tube wells • IS 795:1976.229-238 • S. 2012. Dwivedi et al. Volume 109. Belkhiri et al “Groundwater quality and its suitability for drinking and agricultural use Ain Azel plain. Andhrapradesh. International Journal of Geomatics and Geo sciences.

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