How many cusecs corresponds to 1 TMC

Tmcft , ( Tmc ft ), ( TMC ), ( tmc ), is the abbreviation of one thousand million cubic feet (1,000,000,000 = 10 9 = 1 trillion), commonly used in India in terms of volume of water in a storage container [1] or river flow. [2] [ failed verification ]

conversion

1 tmcft corresponds to:

  • 28,000,000 m 3 (1,000,000,000 cubic feet) (approximately)
  • 2831 crore liters
  • 2,83168466 × 10 10 liter
  • 2,83168466 × 10 7 cubic meter
  • 22,956.841139 acres of foot
  • 6,228835459 × 10 9 imperial gallons

Alternatively, 35.32 tmcft = 1 cubic kilometer (km³) is the standard unit used by the Government of India's Central Water Commission to report the gross and effective storage capacities of dams in India in the National Register of Large Dams (NRLD). The amount of water that can be drained through a pipe in one cubic foot per second is known as Cusec.

In agriculture, irrigation experts roughly estimate that it takes 1 TMC of water each year to irrigate 10,000 acres. [3]

See also

Kaveri River water dispute

References

  1. ^ Reservoir example: K. Lakshmi (September 24, 2010), "Krishna water release soon" , The Hindu , Chennai: Kasturi & Sons Ltd , Retrieved on January 30th 2011
  2. ^Flow example: Mahendra Jain, Editor (April 2007), "Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal Announces Final Judgment", Pratiyogita Darpan Magazine , Agra: Pratiyogita Darpan, accessed January 30, 2011
  3. ^Tata, Madhavi (May 3, 2010). "Bottled Krishna: Guntur farmers smoke via AP's allocation of drinking water to cola". Outlook India Magazine . Archived from the original on December 30, 2019. Accessed December 30, 2019.