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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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Its mean annual flow is 221 cumecs (cubic metres per second).
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.
4 cumecs, whose capacity is more than the entire flow of the river at the Gureg site for an average of six months in a year (October to March).
The concrete-lined power channel will convey up to 1,600 cumecs (56,500 cusecs) from the barrage to the power complex.
4 cumecs to 10 cumecs, have resulted in some fine catches on the river Tyne and its tributaries.
Every unit produced in the plant demands 63 cumecs of water.
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.
17 Cumecs Pumping Station at 49 meter head and allied works.
A rise on Monday, coupled with a prolonged Kielder release of 12 cumecs, has given ideal fishing conditions.
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.
Francis reversible pump turbine type generating units of 125 MW each operating under rated generating net head of 236 m and a generating design discharge of 60 Cumecs and rated pumping head of 246 m & a pumping design discharge of 45 Cumecs.