Civil Engineering - Irrigation - Discussion


Pick up the correct statement from the following:

[A]. The full supply level of a canal should be above ground level
[B]. According to Lacey, regime conditions require a particular slope for a given discharge and silt factor
[C]. In case the ground slope is less than the required bed slope, the silt factor must be reduced by permitting the entry of coarse silt
[D]. All the above.

Answer: Option D


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Vaibhav Chandola said: (Dec 5, 2017)  
Why it is necessary that the full supply level should be above the ground level in canal?

Jam said: (Mar 8, 2018)  
Ground level means bed level of canal. Full supply level always above the ground level. FSL must be below than the bank of canal.

Sunny said: (May 20, 2021)  

Option A is correct for a canal in filling and partially cutting and partially filling.

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