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Best Management Practices (BMP’s) Used for Flood MitigationOn Mitthi River

Publication Date : 03/05/2016

Author(s) :

Sushil Ade , Pravin Chaudhari , Harshal Pathak.

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International Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Technology

Abstract :

An increase in storm water runoff occurs when urban and commercial development converts pervious surfaces into impervious rooftops, driveways, roads, and parking lots. These land use changes are often made with little or no consideration for managing the increased volume of water discharged during storm events. This storm water runoff increases stream flows that cause property damage because of flooding and bank erosion. To avoid these losses it is necessary to mitigate such runoff which causing flood. By using traditional methods floods should be mitigated but it can be found that it is not applicable for the urban areas. In most cities in India, the runoff from roads, buildings and other urban areas is directed to conventional drains / conveyance systems. During the rainy season it can be found that these drainage systems are exceeded hence that causes flood.

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