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A Hydro-Informatic Approach For Estimation Of Design Flash-Flood In Bargi Dam Cross-Section Of Narmada River, India

https://doi.org/10.24057/2071-9388-2019-178

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Estimation of design flood is imperative for hydraulic designs of spillways and various other water resources development projects as well as very essential for flood risk assessment. The objective of the present study is to apply Geographical Information System (GIS) supported hydro informatics approach for estimation of design flash-flood in Bargi dam cross-section. A criterion used for estimation of design flash flood is validated by central water commission (CWC). A hydrologic modelling software (HEC-GeoHMS) is used for the delineation of basin characterises for simulation of the precipitation-runoff process of the dendritic basin system. The SUH (Synthetic Unit Hydrograph) and flood hydrographs for 25, 50 and 100 year return periods are computed along with time distribution curve which can be used to derive the time distribution co-efficient of storm rainfall in the sub-basins for the rainstorm of any duration. It is observed in this research that the peak characteristics of the design flash-flood are more perceptive to the various design storm pattern. It is demonstrated that flood hydrographs are important in flood-risk management. The results attained exhibit the capability of the flood hydrograph to describe the effects of different hydraulic systems.

About the Authors

Gurveek S. Maan
Lovely Professional University
India

Department of Geography, School of Humanities

Phagwara 144411, Punjab



Jagadish P. Patra
National Institute of Hydrology
India
Roorkee 247667


Ripudaman Singh
Lovely Professional University
India

Department of Geography, School of Humanities

Phagwara 144411, Punjab



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Maan G.S., Patra J.P., Singh R. A Hydro-Informatic Approach For Estimation Of Design Flash-Flood In Bargi Dam Cross-Section Of Narmada River, India. GEOGRAPHY, ENVIRONMENT, SUSTAINABILITY. 2020;13(2):104-114. https://doi.org/10.24057/2071-9388-2019-178

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