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M.Tech / M.E / PhD Thesis | Electronics & Communication Engineering | India | Volume 5 Issue 8, August 2016
Maintaining Floodgates for Water Conservation at Dams
Pidakula Sharmila | G Santhosh Reddy 
Abstract: Once the level within the dam surpasses certain level, the dam is at risk of collapsing. To avert this, we ought to constantly monitor dam level to ensure that dam structure doesn't cave in underneath the pressure from the water. A dam is really a barrier that impounds water or subterranean streams. The primary water quality related parameters that should be supervised are Temperature, Turbidity and ph. This paper describes the theoretical aspects associated with the work we're doing and also the particulars concerning the illustration showing the automation of dam gates. Dams generally serve the main reason for retaining water, while other structures for example floodgates or levees (also referred to as dikes) are utilized to manage or prevent water flow and drainage into specific land regions. You can do this by manipulating the ton gates when the level surpasses certain limits. This suggested mechanism of dam gate control cuts down on the water wastage and efficient use of available water is ensured. Also water as being a scarce resource, it might be essential to preserve and keep its quality. To do so, various water related parameters ought to be under constant check and evaluation. Floodgates sometimes will also be accustomed to lower water levels by permitting more water to circulate right into a ton bypass or detention basin.
Keywords: ZigBee communication, GSM Modem, AT89rdv51 Microcontroller
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 8, August 2016,
Pages: 1677 - 1679
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