Case Study

Case Study on Dam Automation

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Bhatsa Dam Project

The purpose of the Dam is to provide drinking water to B.M.C. 1.365 M.Cum per day and Irrigation 23,000 Hectares. The capacity of Left Bank canal is 10.428 Cumecs and Right bank canal is 27.532 Cumecs. Continue reading…

Upper Wardha Dam Project

The Upper Wardha Dam is located at Shimbhora Village near Morshi in Amravati district, Maharashtra. Upper Wardha project is a multipurpose project providing water for irrigation, drinking water supply and for industries. Continue reading…

Purna Dam Project

The Purna Medium Project comprises of Dam across river Purna,a tributary of Tapi near village Vishorli in Chandur Bazar Taluka of Amravati District. The stored water is used for irrigation through the canal network and for domestic water supply through gravity main. Continue reading…

Case Study on Canal Automation

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Indira Gandhi Nahar Project

Indira Gandhi Nahar Project (IGNP) is revolutionary approach to boost the agricultural productivity in Rajasthan. Continue reading…

Nagarjuna Sagar Canal Automation Project

Nagarjuna Sagar Dam is the world's largest masonry dam. It was built on the Krishna River at Nagarjuna Sagar in between Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh state and Nalgonda district of Telangana state, India. Continue reading…

Rajghat Canal Project

The Canal network comprising of 400 Km. main canal and 600 Km Distributaries and Minors irrigating the command area of about 100000 ha is monitored from single control room using the system. Continue reading…

Case Study on Tank Monitoring System

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NMC Tank Monitoring Project

Water supply to Nagpur City was drawn from three surface sources viz. Gorewada Tank, Kanhan river, and Pench canal. As augmentation was not possible due to site conditions, surface water source from river Kanhan 15 km. away from city was considered as perennial source Continue reading…