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cumec

[′kyü‚mek]
(mechanics)
A unit of volume flow rate equal to 1 cubic meter per second.
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Tenders are invited for Construction of Sub distributory of D4 of Seoni Branch Canal from RD 0 to RD 20 km to achieve optimum command and its distribution network with its minors and sub minors including all Hydraulics structures Aquaduct and erection of canal gates as per topographical requirement and Lining Paver/Manual of sub distributory up to 01 cumecs discharge to irrigate of CCA 5000 Ha Only Lining Paver/Manual of distributories D1 D2 D3 and D4 total length 38 km and length may vary work under construction of Seoni Branch Canal on TURN KEY basis
The promised milder spell may help the situation this weekend and the likelihood the releases from Kielder will be dropped to 9 cumecs could improve the salmon angler's prospects.
In his 93-page report, the Divisional Commissioner Onkar Sharma has alleged that the discharge of water in spillways was raised from 20 cumecs or cubic metres per second to 450 cumecs within one hour.
In that event, more than the awarded 9 cumecs (cubic meter per second) of flow could have been won by the country in its case in the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA).
Annual average rain fall 2,469 mm Minimum and maximum range 1,521mm and 2,883 mm respectively of rainfall Average rainy day per year 190 days per year Basin level water production 1,052 million liters/day capacity Average annual flow 35 cumecs Annual flood 300 cumecs Water abstraction range 3.
The concrete-lined power channel will convey up to 1,600 cumecs (56,500 cusecs) from the barrage to the power complex.
Every unit produced in the plant demands 63 cumecs of water.
With Kielder releases being reduced by a few cumecs, prospects may improve.
As an example of the implied magnitudes, the probability that the discharge might exceed, say, 25,000 cumecs (cubic meters per second) is low (about two to three times in 100 events) in the baseline.
THDCIL (Tehri Hydro Development Corporation) has agreed to release 250 cumecs water from 21st December 2012 to 20th February 2013 and 220 cumecs water from 21st February 2013 to 28th February 2013 in view of demand of water for Allahabad 'Kumbh Snans'.
8) As an example the Hirakud Dam, which is the main control structure on the Mahanadi, was originally designed for a flood of 42,500 cumecs, whereas more recent calculations indicate that the maximum probable flood is 69,500 cumecs.