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Development for a Flood Forecasting system using inter-gauge relationship for small un-gauged catchment of India
Sudhakar B. Sharma1*, Anupam K. Singh2, Ajay S. Rajawat

Published in: Journal for Advance Research in Applied Sciences
Volume- 4, Issue-4, pp.26-33, Sep 2017
DPI :-> 16.10089.JARAS.2017.V4I4.2633.1939



Abstract
Flooding has been considered as one of the most dangerous and costly disaster in terms of property damage and human casualties. Flood forecasting system can help in controlling damage by giving prior warning to concerned authorities. In presented research work, Flood forecasting model has been developed for Lower Tapi Basin, India, which has suffered severe flooding causalities at regular interval. Flood calculation and gauge to gauge relationship has been established using manning’s formula for developing flood forecasting model. The whole system or module is developed in C# computer programming with ASP.net framework. The methodology has been applied for a pilot ungauged watershed Varekhadi in lower Tapi basin India. The developed model is validated between two gauge stations i.e. Visdalia and Godsamba for 2011 Monsoon data. It has been observed in research that when the current water level at Visdalia is 2.5m and the increment of water level at godsamba is 3.42 m after water reach there in 3.15 hours which is within.

Key-Words / Index Term
Flood Forecasting, Manning’s method, Geograpic Information System, Lower Tapi Basin.

How to cite this article
Sudhakar B. Sharma1*, Anupam K. Singh2, Ajay S. Rajawat , “Development for a Flood Forecasting system using inter-gauge relationship for small un-gauged catchment of India”, Journal for Advance Research in Applied Sciences, 4, Issue-4, pp.26-33, Sep 2017. DPI:16.10089.JARAS.V4.I4.1939