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11122 3 Hours / 100 Marks


Instructions

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(1) All Questions are compulsory. (2) Answer each next main Question on a new page. (3) Illustrate your answers with neat sketches wherever necessary. (4) Figures to the right indicate full marks. (5) Assume suitable data, if necessary. (6) Use of Non-programmable Electronic Pocket Calculator is permissible. (7) Mobile Phone, Pager and any other Electronic Communication devices are not permissible in Examination Hall.

Marks 1. a) Attempt any THREE of the following: (i) (ii) State any eight advantages of irrigation. Explain Thiessens polygon method of calculating average rainfall. 12

(iii) Define duty. State any six factors affecting duty. (iv) Name four important engineering surveys carried out for irrigation project giving their importance. b) Attempt any ONE of the following: (i) (ii) Define runoff. Explain any five factors affecting runoff. What is spillway? State the purpose of emergency spillway. Draw a neat labelled sketch of ogee spillway. 6

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[2] Marks Attempt any TWO of the following: 16

a) What is silting of reservoirs? State the factors affecting silting of reservoirs. What are the different methods to control silting of reservoir. b) Find the design discharge of canal for irrigating the crops as detailed below. S. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Assume: (i) (ii) Transit losses = 20% Time factor = 0.7 Name of crop Sugarcane(A) Rice (K) Bajri (K) Wheat (R) Vegetable (HW) Area under irrigation (Ha) 350 150 600 1260 400 Duty (Ha/cumec) 700 600 1500 1800 800

(iii) Capacity factor = 0.8 c) Explain the causes of failures of Earthen dam in details. 3. Attempt any FOUR of the following: a) Define MFD and estimate MFD for a catchment of a proposed reservoir of 250km2 in Western Maharashtra using Inglis formula, with constant 125 and 10.4 b) Write short note on assessment of irrigation water. c) Compare earth dam with gravity dam with respect to foundation, seepage, construction and maintenance. d) What do you understand theoretical and practical profile of gravity dam? e) State the advantages and disadvantages of bandhara irrigation. 16

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a) Attempt any THREE of the following: (i) (ii) Define gallery in gravity dam. State the functions of gallery. State the factors affecting selection of site for a percolation tank.

(iii) Write short note on joints in gravity dam. (iv) Differentiate between weir and barrage. b) Attempt any ONE of the following: (i) What is seepage? What are the various methods to control seepage through embankment and foundation of earthen dam? Draw cross section of canal in partial cutting and filling and name the components. 16 6

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Attempt any TWO of the following: a) Fix DSL, FRL, HFL and TDL from the data given below. (i) (ii) Catchment area = 2 sq. k.m. Life of dam = 60 years.

(iii) Rate of silting = 200 cu.m/year/sq.km of catchment area. (iv) Annual water requirements of crop = 20 Ha. m. (v) Tank losses = 15% of water requirement of crops. (vi) Carry over storage = 5% of water requirement of crops. (vii) Maximum flood discharge = 400m3/s. (viii) Length of waste weir = 100m (ix) Assume free board = 1.5m (x) Francis formula = Q = 10.8LH3/2 Contour R.L. (m) Capacity (Ha.m) 100 1.0 101 1.8 102 3.2 116 20 117 24 118 28.8
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b) Draw a labelled layout of diversion head work and state the function of each component parts. c) Design economic trapezoidal section of canal to carry 30m3/s of water with bed slope 1m per km and side slope 3H:2V. Take N = 0.012 6. Attempt any FOUR of the following: a) Calculate yield in Ha.m. for a proposed tank with 900 sq. km of good catchment area. Dependable rainfall is 80% of average annual rainfall of 160cm. Use Inglis formula. b) What is lift irrigation? List the components. c) State the functions of head regulator and cross regulator. d) What is lining of canal? State the advantages of canal lining? e) State various cross drainage work, and factors governing the selection of suitable cross drainage work. 16

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11122 3 Hours / 100 Marks