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B.Tech.(CE) (Sem.7,8)
14092 14092 14092 IRRIGATION
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Subject Code : CE-410


Paper ID : [A0628]
14092 Time : 3 Hrs.
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INSTRUCTION TO CANDIDATES :
1. SECTION-A is COMPULSORY consisting of TEN questions carrying T WO marks

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2. SECTION-B contains FIVE questions carrying FIVE marks each and students
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SECTION-A
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1) Write briefly :

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b) What do you understand by exit gradient?
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c) What are spillways?
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d) Differentiate between Blighs theory and Lane weighted creep theory.

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e) Differentiate between aqueduct and super passage.
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g) What are the essential requirements of a good canal outlet?

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i) What are modules?


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j) What is meant by falls?

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2) Write short note on Blighs creep theory for seepage flow.


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4) A river discharges 1000 m3/s of water at high flood level of RL 103.00m. A weir is
constructed for flow diversion with a crest length of 255 m and total length of concrete
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2.4 m. Determine the depth of d/s cut off. Take silt factor = 1.1, Safe exit gradient = 1/6,
RL of d/s floor = 100.00 m.

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8) Explain how will you determine the following in design of a siphon aqueduct :

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a) Waterway of the drain and cross sectional area of the barrel.
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c) Uplift pressure due to seepage flow.
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Design a 1.5 meters sharda type fall for a canal carrying a discharge of 40 cumecs with
the following data :
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Bed level U/S
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Bed level d/s = 103.5


Side slopes of channel = 1:1
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F.S.L. upstream = 106.8

F.S.L. downstream = 105.3


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Berm level u/s = 107.4


Bed width u/s and d/s = 30 m
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Safe exit gradient for Khoslas theory = 1/5

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