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 Salient Features of Jayakwadi Project
 Introduction to ROS, GOS & EAP
 Gate Operation Schedule (GOS)
 Catchment Map o...
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1. Name of project: Jayakwadi Project
2. Location: Paithan; Dist: Aurangabad.
3 Catchment Area 21750 Sq. Km
4 Gross Stor...
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9 Submergence Area 35,000 Ha
10 Earth Work 13 Mm3
11 Masonry 0.33 Mm3
12 Concrete 0.80 Mm3
13 Gates of Dam
a. Number 27
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15 Lowest River Bed Level 432.206 m
16 Maximum Draw Down Level 455.524 m
17 Spillway Crest Level 455.981 m
18 Full Reser...
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• Single Purpose Reservoirs
• Multi- Purpose Reservoirs
• System of Reservoirs
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 Reservoir Operation
Schedule (ROS) is a
scientific tool which
helps to maintain the
storage in reservoir
and at the same...
 Emergency Action
Plan (EAP) is a pre-
decided procedure
in which preventive
measures are
undertaken in case
of emergency...
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Reservoir Operation Schedule
Previously Field Officers
Hydraulic Operation Schedule of Spillway
(GOS)
CDO (MD) Nashik
Ga...
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• ROS & EAP : CE (WRD)
• GOS : SE (MD) CDO, NashikMajor Project
• ROS : CE (WRD)
• GOS : SE (MD) CDO, Nashik
• EAP : SE...
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Gate
Operation Q/gate GATE NUMBERS
(Feet) Left Right cusecs LEFT SID...
 Opened 18 Gates by 5 feet (RIGHT SIDE)
 Discharge = 18 x 4952 cusecs
= 89,136 cusecs
 Opened 9 Gates by 3 feet (LEFT S...
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Sr.
No
Name of
River
River
Gauge
station
Catchme
nt Area
(sq. km)
Distance
from dam
site
Travelling
time form
dam
1 God...
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Sr.
No
Name of
River
River
Gauge
station
Catchmen
t Area
(sq. km)
Distance
from dam
site
Travelling
time form
dam
1 God...
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 The GOS for designed capacity is not yet tested.
 Although ROS is generally prepared in case of Flood situations, it...
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  1. 1. Guided by- 1 Presented by- PPT Downloaded from http://www.pravinkolhe.com/
  2. 2.  Salient Features of Jayakwadi Project  Introduction to ROS, GOS & EAP  Gate Operation Schedule (GOS)  Catchment Map of Paithan Dam & River Gauging Stations  Reservoir Operation Schedule (ROS)  Concluding Remarks 2 PPT Downloaded from http://www.pravinkolhe.com/
  3. 3. 3 1. Name of project: Jayakwadi Project 2. Location: Paithan; Dist: Aurangabad. 3 Catchment Area 21750 Sq. Km 4 Gross Storage 2909 Mm3 5 Maximum height of dam from river bed 37.73 m 6 Length of dam 10280 m 7 Length of Spillway 417 m 8 Type of Dam Earthen PPT Downloaded from http://www.pravinkolhe.com/
  4. 4. 4 9 Submergence Area 35,000 Ha 10 Earth Work 13 Mm3 11 Masonry 0.33 Mm3 12 Concrete 0.80 Mm3 13 Gates of Dam a. Number 27 a. Size 12 x 7.9 m a. Type Radial a. Designed Spillway Capacity 6,41,000 cusecs 14 Power Generation 12 MW PPT Downloaded from http://www.pravinkolhe.com/
  5. 5. 5 15 Lowest River Bed Level 432.206 m 16 Maximum Draw Down Level 455.524 m 17 Spillway Crest Level 455.981 m 18 Full Reservoir Level 463.900 m 19 Maximum Water Level 465.583 m 20 Foundation Level of Masonry Dam 427.640 m 21 Top of Dam 468.980 m 22 Cut-Off Trench Level 419.917 m 23 Sill Level of Canal 452.171 m PPT Downloaded from http://www.pravinkolhe.com/
  6. 6. 6 • Single Purpose Reservoirs • Multi- Purpose Reservoirs • System of Reservoirs PPT Downloaded from http://www.pravinkolhe.com/
  7. 7.  Reservoir Operation Schedule (ROS) is a scientific tool which helps to maintain the storage in reservoir and at the same time, avoids the risk of flood at down stream. 7  Gate Operation Schedule (GOS) is the sequence in which gates are operated so that required discharge is released safely. PPT Downloaded from http://www.pravinkolhe.com/
  8. 8.  Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is a pre- decided procedure in which preventive measures are undertaken in case of emergency. 8  In short, ROS, GOS and EAP helps in safely release of flood without damage to structure, life and property on down stream of dam.PPT Downloaded from http://www.pravinkolhe.com/
  9. 9. 9 Reservoir Operation Schedule Previously Field Officers Hydraulic Operation Schedule of Spillway (GOS) CDO (MD) Nashik Gate Maintenance Schedule SE (Mechanical-Gates) PPT Downloaded from http://www.pravinkolhe.com/
  10. 10. 10 • ROS & EAP : CE (WRD) • GOS : SE (MD) CDO, NashikMajor Project • ROS : CE (WRD) • GOS : SE (MD) CDO, Nashik • EAP : SE of Project Medium Project • ROS & GOS : Not Applicable for Ungated Waste Weir • EAP : EE of Project Minor Project PPT Downloaded from http://www.pravinkolhe.com/
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  12. 12. 12 PPT Downloaded from http://www.pravinkolhe.com/ WL Gate Operation Q/gate GATE NUMBERS (Feet) Left Right cusecs LEFT SIDE RIGHT SIDE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 1522 0.5 529 1 1043 1.5 1547 2 2035 2.5 2513 3 2984 3.5 3453 4 3909 0.5 529 1 1043 1.5 1547 2 2035 2.5 2513 3 2984 1524 4.5 4492 5 4952 1 12 23 34 45 56 67 78 89 9
  13. 13.  Opened 18 Gates by 5 feet (RIGHT SIDE)  Discharge = 18 x 4952 cusecs = 89,136 cusecs  Opened 9 Gates by 3 feet (LEFT SIDE)  Discharge = 9 x 2984 cusecs = 26,856 cusecs  Total Discharge = (LEFT+RIGHT) = 1,15,992 cusecs 13 PPT Downloaded from http://www.pravinkolhe.com/
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  19. 19. 19 Sr. No Name of River River Gauge station Catchme nt Area (sq. km) Distance from dam site Travelling time form dam 1 Godavari NMC 4247 154 km 30 hours 2 Pravara Devgarh 7273 54 km 6 hours 3 Shivana Solegaon 2505 36 4 hours PPT Downloaded from http://www.pravinkolhe.com/
  20. 20. 20 Sr. No Name of River River Gauge station Catchmen t Area (sq. km) Distance from dam site Travelling time form dam 1 Godavari NAUR 4310 76 km 12 hours 2 Shivana Lasur 2267 48 km 6 hours 3 Kham Tembhapuri 613 36 km 5 hours 4 Nani Wadule 527 33 km 3 hours 5 Dhor Jalgaon 456 48 km 4 hours PPT Downloaded from http://www.pravinkolhe.com/
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  29. 29. 29  The GOS for designed capacity is not yet tested.  Although ROS is generally prepared in case of Flood situations, it might be useful in case of water deficiency.  It is observed that the ROS is prepared by referring the past data which is based on the old methods of analysis.  Now a days rainfall prediction is possible with help of satellite observations and by performing rigorous analysis of meteorological data, using high speed computer, accurate prediction is of yield possible. Such techniques should be preferred for ROS and GOS. PPT Downloaded from http://www.pravinkolhe.com/
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