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1) The time required by rain water to reach the outlet of drainage basin, is generally called 
2) The drainage water intercepting the canal can be disposed of by passing the canal below the drainage in
3) In India, which of the following is adopted as standard recording rain-gauge?
4) The shape of recession limb of a hydrograph depends upon
5) Select the correct statement.
6) The most suitable chemical which can be applied to the water surface for reducing evaporation is
7) Pick up the correct statement from the following:
8) Which of the following is a flexible outlet?
9) Main purpose of mean water training for rivers is
10) The flow-mass curve is graphical representation of
11) AS per lamy's Theory, the silt factor is
12) Select the incorrect statement.
13) Isohyets are the imaginary lines joining the points of equal
14) If the critical shear stress of a channel is XC, then the average value of shear stress required to move the grain on the bank is
15) A straight glacis type fall with a baffle platform and a baffle wall is called
16) A land is known as waterlogged
17) River training for depth is achieved by
18) Generally the weir is aligned at right angles to the direction of the main river current because
19) The flow of water after spilling over the weir crest in chute spillway and side channel spillway respectively are
20) The rate of rainfall for successive 10 minute periods of a 60 minute duration storm, are shown in the below figure. If the value of index is 3 cm/hour, the runoff will be
21) A divide wall is provided
22) Pick up the correct statement from the following:
23) The ratio of the average load to the installed capacity of the plant whose reserve capacity is zero will be equal to
24) Hydrodynamic pressure due to earthquake acts at a height of
25) The meander pattern of a river is developed by