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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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'At the moment, 20cumec water is being released in Neelum River from Nauseri while another 10 cumec is being added to it by the downstream tributaries.
Upper bound value derived from figure 6 for Dhoke pattan station is 8900 cumec. Log-normal and log-Pearson type III distributions were unbounded so these distributions are not fit for Dhoke pattan station.
Major contributions were through Sangar and Vehowa hill torrents, with catchment area of 5407 km2 and 3621 km2 respectively and contributing 2166 and 3129 cumec flows respectively.
Guwahati (Assam) [India], Aug 31 ( ANI ): Flood alert has been issued in low-lying areas nearing the Siang/ Brahmaputra river in Arunachal Pradesh and Assam after 9020 cumec of water was discharged into Tsangpo river by China on Thursday.
The court had provisionally concluded that taking exclusive account of environmental considerations would suggest an environmental flow of 12 cumec. The Court noted that below this level, the lowest flows recorded at the Line of Control increasingly become the norm during parts of the winter dry season.
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Tyne had an extra two-day 15 cumec release from Kielder Water to coincide with a weather front that was due to help salmon and sea-trout out of the estuary.
"Water content in the river has reduced to 70 cumec in winter now where it used to be 1500-1600 cumec during summer.
The mean maximum flow in summer season (JJA) varies from 228 to 2666 cumec whereas maximum of summer maximum flow varies from 448 to 7622 cumec.
A six gate tunnel intake structure of 280 cumec capacity will be connected with three conventional flushing surface basins installed at their end for taking sediment back into river.
The project envisages construction of 148 M high rock filled dam for supply of 23 cumec water to Delhi and other basin states.