# Civil Engineering - Irrigation - Discussion

### Discussion :: Irrigation - Section 1 (Q.No.4)

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If B and d are the bed width and depth of a channel in metres, the combined losses due to evaporation and seepage in cumecs per kilometre length of the channel, is

 [A]. [B]. [C]. [D].

Explanation:

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 Sushant Gaikwad said: (May 18, 2016) How? Explain.

 Toymmm said: (Jun 8, 2016) I haven't seen such formula until now. Would you please explain this!

 Nikesh said: (Aug 14, 2016) Please provide the explanation.

 Mohsin Khan said: (Aug 19, 2016) Please provide the explanation.

 Alock said: (Sep 27, 2016) If anybody have explanation please share with us.

 Ashok Kumar Gautam said: (Oct 5, 2016) Please give me the explanation.

 Suraj Surya said: (Oct 6, 2016) How option D? Please explain.

 Rajat Patel said: (Oct 19, 2016) How? Please give us the explanation.

 Nisha Wagh said: (Feb 20, 2017) Please give me the correct explanation.

 Rambali Kumar said: (Mar 9, 2017) Please, Give the correct explanation.

 Mandeep said: (Apr 23, 2017) Please solve it clearly.

 Lelin Sunuwar said: (Jun 6, 2017) How? Please Explain me.

 Anuja Reddy said: (Jul 19, 2017) Please, give the correct explanation for the solution.

 Saikiran said: (Dec 27, 2017) Give me the explanation for this solution.

 Arpita said: (Feb 7, 2018) Explain it please.

 Anu said: (Feb 11, 2018) Please, give the explanation.

 Mujahid said: (Feb 18, 2018) Please, Explain it.

 Navneet said: (Jun 23, 2018) Please give an explanation.

 Bohemia said: (Jul 5, 2018) Evaporation loss is 0.5% of (b+d)^2/3.

 Mani M said: (Sep 1, 2018) Please give explanation and clearly solution.

 Amar said: (Mar 15, 2019) This is the empirical formula used in the region of U.P.

 Indrajit said: (Oct 26, 2019) Bd + 1/2 BD^2/3

 Joy said: (Jan 18, 2020) Please explain it.

 Rustam said: (Feb 5, 2020) Anyone give an explanation for this question.

 Pummy said: (Apr 2, 2020) As this is empirical formula. Anyone can real water losses in canal which are absorption, percolation (seepage), evaporation, transpiration. Total loss per km is given by answer d accepted in UP, for punjab and CWC gives their own.

 Shivani said: (May 20, 2020) Can you explain it in detail?

 Ramesh Pandit said: (Mar 20, 2021) Please explain.