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Hydraulic characteristics of Chishtian Sub-Division, Fordwah Canal Division

Iqbal, Anwar Field Assistant.

Hydraulic characteristics of Chishtian Sub-Division, Fordwah Canal Division

by Iqbal, Anwar Field Assistant.

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Published by Pakistan National Program, International Irrigation Management Institute in Lahore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Irrigation canals and flumes -- Pakistan,
  • Hydraulic measurements -- Indus River Watershed

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAnwar Iqbal.
    ContributionsInternational Irrigation Management Institute. Pakistan National Program.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTC930 .I68 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix,180 leaves :
    Number of Pages180
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16518644M
    LC Control Number2007379284

    Hydraulic Design of Inverted Siphon Shamozai distributary clefts from Machai Branch Canal at RD: 51+, Machai canal is a part of upper Swat canal system off-taking from Amandara Headworks on River Swat and operated under the control of Dargai subdivision Malakand. Shamozai Disty carries a design discharge of 77 Cusecs. TZ oai:RePEc:iwt:rerpts:h RePEc:iwt:rerpts RePEc:iwt:rerpts:h preprint Social Organization for.

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    by William H Bierschenk; Hanford Atomic Products Operation.; U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.; General Electric Company. Hydraulic Circuits and Components This study guide will discuss basic hydraulic systems. We will look at fundamental principles and how they pertain to hydraulic systems. We will also learn about various hydraulic components and their function. A hydraulic circuit, whether it is simple or complex uses the basic hydraulic principles discussed on the.


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Activities were first started in the Chishtian Sub-division, located the lower end of the Fordwah Canal Division, and were later extended to the Malik Sub-division of the Eastern Sadiqia Canal Command on the request of the Chief Engineer, Bahawalpur.

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The research was carried out in the Chishtian sub-division, a ha hydraulic unit of the Fordwah canal command offtaking from Suleimanke Headworks on Sutlej river in Pakistan’s Punjab.

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selected. This is the part located in the Chishtian sub-division, i.e. from RD to the tail at RD (Reduced Distance in thousands of feet froin the head of the canal). The hand-over point between Bahawalnagar sub-division and Chishtian sub-division is located at RDbut as there.

The hydraulic infrastructure consists of the third and last section of Fordwah main canal that delivers These dimensions were then compared with their official characteristics collected from the books of the Chishtian subdivision engineer An assessment of the potential for water markets in the Chishtian sub-division.

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Design Flood Manual (CWC) • Manual on Hydraulic Design of Overflow Spillway Crest (CWC) • Description of the Chishtian Sub-division, South-Punjab, Pakistan 56 Irrigation system and hydraulic network 56 Physical environment 58 Farming systems and socio-economic features of the Chishtian Sub-Division 60 Sample selection and collection of information 64 Summary.

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Hydrologic analysis methods are described, and references cited. Where S is the true rate of water loss due to canal seepage, Q 1 the inflow at upstream end of reach, Q 2 the outflow at downstream end of reach, Q f the flow in off-takes which are noted and gauged, at their measuring points, F the Water losses at off-takes, between the parent canal and the off-take measuring points (e.g.

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