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2 BBMB – Satluj & Beas Basins 2 Introduction

3 BBMB Catchments and Sub-catchments 3 Introduction

4 RTDSS - Introduction BBMB – Responsible for management and operation of Bhakra, Pong, Nangal and Pandoh Dams Distribution of water from Ravi, Satluj and Beas Rivers The need for RTDSS For accurate inflow forecast at reservoirs Scenario generation for various forecasts Flood control and early warning systems Equitable distribution of water among partner states 4 Introduction

5 Real Time Decision Support System Project Objectives The objective of BBMB Real time decision support system (RTDSS) is to incorporate state- of- the- art data acquisition system (DAS) and advanced communication system, for real time operational management of the BHAKRA and BEAS reservoirs in an integrated manner Components of RTDSS Data Acquisition system Data Storage and management Modeling Tools Results Visualization and dissemination 5 Introduction

6 Financial Summary 6 Allocation under the project as per PIP (Rs. Crores) Expenditure upto March 2014 (Rs. Crores) Likely expenditure by May 31, 2014 (Rs. Crores) 39.2324.0213.93 Financial Status

7 Telemetry data Telemetry Data – Imported from DAS server every hour Quality checked and filtered Updated into Database Server Data received for Rainfall and precipitation stations (16) Automatic water level recorders (42) Full Climatic Stations Temperature, humidity, sunshine, wind etc. (12) Snow Water Equivalent – Snow Pillow (9) Snow Depth Sensors (9) 7 Data Acquisition System

8 New Stations installed (10) 8 Sr. No.Name of Station 1Sidhmukh Feeder at Haryana-Rajasthan Border- RD 123100 of Sidhmukh Feeder (200 ft d/s of bridge at RD 122900) 2Rajasthan Feeder at RD 15900 left bank of Rajasthan Feeder (d/s of bridge RD 15569) 3Rajasthan Feeder d/s of Link with Sirhind Feeder 4Jasana Major Head D/s 100 m of curved portion D/s of Head. 5Makhu Canal 6Bikaner Canal at RD 86500 7Head of Ferozepur Feeder. 8Madhopur Beas Link at Head 9Kashmir Canal at Head 10D/s Thein Dam (Gammon Bridge)

9 Data Acquisition System 9 PROPOSED STATIONS 85 SATLUJ 58 GAUGING 24 BUBBLER AND CABLEWAY 5 HYDRO-MET. 34 S.W.E. 9A.R.G. 14 FULL CLIMATE 6 SNOW DEPTH ON IMD 5 BEAS 27 GAUGING 18 RADAR 12 BUBBLER AND CABLEWAY 5 BBMB UPGRAD. 1 HYDRO-MET. 9 S.W.E 0A.R.G. 3 FULL CLIMATE 5 SNOW DEPTH ON IMD 1 Data Acquisition System Total stations 95 civil work completed 83 Balance 12 stations under progress

10 Telemetry Data – Full Climatic Station 10 Data Acquisition System Full Climatic Station Installed at Kalpa, Elevation 9046 ft

11 Telemetry Data – Full Climatic Station 11 Data Acquisition System Full Climatic Station Installed at Pandoh Dam, Elevation 2949 ft

12 Telemetry Data – Snow Water Equivalent Snow Pillow Installed at Chumar, Elevation 14668 ft 12 Data Acquisition System

13 Telemetry Data – Snow Water Equivalent 13 Snow Pillow Installed at Tso-Morari, Elevation 14845 ft Data Acquisition System

14 Telemetry data – Water level recorders 14 Data Acquisition System Automatic Water Level Recorder Installed at Olinda, Elevation : 1200 mft AMSL

15 ADCP in Operation - Rampur 15 Data Acquisition System

16 Satellite Data Communication 16 Workstation Data Transmission through satellite Raw Data Module Data Decoding Module Data Transmission from Remote Stations DAS Server (1 TB) DMS/ Backup Server (1 TB) Modeling Server (300GB) Database Server (1 TB) Backup Server (1 TB) Workstation Data Acquisition System

17 BBMB – Control Room 17 Data Acquisition System

18 Real Time Data - Snapshot 18 Data Acquisition System

19 Data Acquisition – IMD data Rainfall and Temperature Data downloaded for 30 IMD Stations 19 Data Acquisition System Installed Stations – 28 Balance - 30

20 Data Acquisition – RIMES Forecast 20 Data Acquisition System RIMES Forecast received for 3 days, at 6 hour interval

21 Data Acquisition – MODIS Imageries 21 Data Acquisition System MODIS Imageries for Snow Cover downloaded twice daily

22 Data Acquisition – TRMM Satellite Precipitation 22 Data Acquisition System Near Real time Precipitation data downloaded at 3 hours interval

23 Data Flow Telemetry data received from DAS system every hour Scheduled scripts Run every hour to read data Filter and populate into database software Scheduled Download using Scripts IMD rainfall and Temperatures, TRMM and MODIS imageries Automatic Email Attachment download scheduled Reads RIMES forecast from email Reads manual data received by email All the data populated into database in structured time series hierarchy 23 Database

24 Modeling - Process 24 Weighted Average Precipitation IMD Rainfall Telemetry Precipitation Satellite Precipitation RIMES forecast Geographical shapes Rainfall Runoff Model Sub catchments Area Parameters Snow coverage and depth Temperatures Hydrodynamic Model Cross sections DEM Flow parameters Structures Inflow and water levels forecasts Models

25 HD Modeling - Results Simulation for 5 days before Time of Forecast (ToF) and 3 days after ToF Actual Rainfall data till time of forecast RIMES forecasted rainfall for 3 days 25 Simulation Period Forecast Period Models

26 Flood Modeling 26 Models

27 Outreach Activities SMS and Email Alerts Website based on Dashboard Real Time manager Interface Trainings and Workshops Skill Enhancements 27 Dissemination

28 Dashboard - Discharge 28 Dissemination Snapshot of Website with Discharge Data

29 Dashboard - Rainfall 29 Dissemination Snapshot of Website with Rainfall Data

30 Dashboard - Temperature 30 Dissemination Snapshot of Website with Temperature Data

31 Results Visualization - RTDSS 31 Dissemination

32 POST PROJECT PLAN O & M RTDSS FOR TWO YEARS UNDER PROCESS TWO YEARS WARRANTY AND O&M FOR DAS THREE YEARS WARRANTY AND O&M HARDWARE 32 Lessons Learned

33 THANK YOU 33

34 Backup and Security Backup Database backup is created every day at 10 PM Daily backups are stored on backup server 15 Days backup are archived for permanent storage Security Access to computers – Authenticated by Active Directory Usernames and Passwords Access to Database – Authenticated by MIKE Customized user name and password Three levels of access rights, based on user passwords 34 Database

35 Weighted Average Rainfall Convert Point Rainfall Data to Weighted Average Catchment Rainfall Use Telemetry and IMD data if Available Fill the Gaps using Satellite Precipitation Use RIMES Forecast for the Period Beyond Time of Forecast 35 Models

36 Rainfall Runoff Use MIKE 11 NAM Model for rainfall runoff Runoff calculated at each sub-basin Snow coverage, snow depths and temperature used to estimate Snow melt Runoff forecasted for next 3 days Snow melt forecasted for long period 36 Models

37 Satluj and Beas Sub- Catchments 37 Sub-catchments in Satluj – 24 Sub-catchments in Beas – 18 Models

38 NAM Model - Parameters 38 Models

39 NAM Model – Precipitation Input Data Ensamble – Measured point rainfall and Satellite precipitation 39 Models

40 Hydro-dynamic Modeling MIKE 11 used for HD modeling of rivers Uses one dimensional Saint Vanant’s Equation Runoff (calculated by NAM) routed from each sub-catchment to reservoir Calculates water levels and discharges at each computation point 40 Models

41 Satluj and Beas Rivers 41 Models

42 Satluj River L-Section – Upstream Rampur 42 Models

43 River Cross section Input Interface A typical section at 172 KM upstream of Bhakra Dam 43 Models

44 Downstream Allocation Model MIKE BASIN setup for downstream allocation Model starts from downstream of Bhakra and Pong dams Goes up to Pakistan Border along Satluj River All barrages and canals simulated Incorporates Shareable water at each node Calculates percentage share of each state – and flow to each canal Incorporates indent and share of each state for water allocation 44 Models

45 MIKE BASIN Setup 45 Models

46 BBMB - IT Infrastructure (Workstations) 46 RT-DSS Centre, Chandigarh O/o Member (Irrigation) O/o Director Power Regulation, Chandigarh RT-DSS Project Office, Nangal RT-DSS Project Office, Sundernagar RT-DSS Project Office, Talwara Buildings Identified 1.ADE Office room (O/o Director Water Regulation) 2.Control Room (Water Regulation), Bhakra Dam 3.O/o S.E, BDC, BBMB, Nangal 4.ADE Office room (O/o SDE Hydrology Division), BBMB, Nangal 5.J.E Office, Rampur Buildings Identified 1.ADE Office room (O/o Director Water Regulation) 2.Control Room (Water Regulation), Bhakra Dam 3.O/o S.E, BDC, BBMB, Nangal 4.ADE Office room (O/o SDE Hydrology Division), BBMB, Nangal 5.J.E Office, Rampur Buildings Identified 1.Control Room, Pandoh Dam 2.O/o S.D.O, Gate Operations, Baggi Control Works 3.O/o S.D.O, Water Regulation, Balancing Reservoir, Sundernagar 4.Control Room, Dehar Power House Buildings Identified 1.Control Room, Pandoh Dam 2.O/o S.D.O, Gate Operations, Baggi Control Works 3.O/o S.D.O, Water Regulation, Balancing Reservoir, Sundernagar 4.Control Room, Dehar Power House Buildings Identified 1.Night Duty S.D.O room (near the O/o Xen, Water Regulation at Pong Dam) 2.O/o Xen/S.D.E Water Regulation, Talwara T/ship 3.O/o Xen, Reservoir Management Division, Talwara T/ship 4.Control Room, Pong Power House Buildings Identified 1.Night Duty S.D.O room (near the O/o Xen, Water Regulation at Pong Dam) 2.O/o Xen/S.D.E Water Regulation, Talwara T/ship 3.O/o Xen, Reservoir Management Division, Talwara T/ship 4.Control Room, Pong Power House Data Acquisition System

47 Flood Modeling Indian Satellite CartoSAT 30 m resolution DEM used 1-D HD model run with 2-D mapping Model setup for Satluj River between Nangal and Ropar September 1988 (flood period) Data used as release from Nangal Time varying 2-D flood inundation map generated The results uploaded to Google earth for visualization 47 Models

48 Flood Modeling 48 Models


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