submerged weir

submerged weir

[səb′mərjd ′wer]
(civil engineering)
A dam which, when in use, has the downstream water level at an elevation equal to or higher than the crest of the dam.
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Expression of Interet are invited for Construction of Saranda Area Mega Rural Pipe Water Supply Scheme in Manoharpur Block with Ogee type overflow spillway or submerged weir having suitable height from river Bed at suitable length intervals including upstream and downstream protection arrangement in Koil/Karo River flowing in within Saranda Area/ Natural drainage of mountain in that area of West Singhbhum District.
The permanent closure of 10 gates have formed an island and a submerged weir which has reduced the flood capacity of the barrage from 1.
The proposed project would involve the construction and operation of a water intake, a power tunnel, a powerhouse, a tail race, a submerged weir, a construction camp, a bridge, and access roads.
West Singhbhum with Ogee type overflow spillway or submerged weir having height of 2 m from river Bed at suitable length intervals including upstream and downstream protection arrangement in Koil River (lowing within Podahat forest Area in Gudri Block under West Singhbhum District / Pansua Dam of WRD in Sonua Block near Podahat forest, proposed scheme to cover the population as per 2011 census