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Author Deshmukh, Manish S.
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword New Concept ♦ Drainage Deepening ♦ Gadegaon Village ♦ Public Water Supply ♦ Ground Water Recharge Purpose ♦ Process Silt ♦ Water Reach ♦ Cement Bandhara ♦ Groundwater Recharge ♦ Long Time ♦ Potential Aquifer ♦ Village Gadegaon ♦ Gadegaon Drainage ♦ Shallow Alluvium ♦ Acute Shortage ♦ Drinking Water ♦ Groundwater Percolation ♦ Widening Adequate Drinking Water ♦ Taluka Warud ♦ Meter Vesicular Basalt ♦ Vesicular Basalt ♦ Water Budgeting ♦ District Amravati ♦ Meter Depth
Abstract Abstract: New concept of drainage deepening and widening for groundwater recharge is emerging today. This new concept has been applied to Gadegaon village, taluka Warud, district Amravati(M.S.) has been studied carefully. In Gadegaon drainage near the public water supply well behind cement bandhara has been deepened by 2 meter, width 20 meter and length 140 meters. During this process silt and clay has been removed for ground water recharge purpose. Lithologically this area is overlain by shallow alluvium up to 13 meter depth. Below 13 meter vesicular basalt is present. Both alluvium and vesicular basalt are acting as potential aquifer in this region. The village Gadegaon was facing acute shortage of drinking water since long time. After water budgeting, it is observed that the shortage of water reaches about 115.50 ham. After taking the structure of drainage deepening and widening adequate drinking water is available to public water supply well of Gadegaon village. This new concept of drainage deepening and widening can proved to be successful where weathered strata and clay over burden is present which restricts the groundwater percolation.
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Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Learning Resource Type Article