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cumec

(ˈkjuːmɛk)
n
(Units) the unit of volumetric rate of flow, equal to one cubic metre per second
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Hill torrents have contributed their flow in this reach; major contribution was from Sangar and Vehowa hill torrents that were 2166 and 3129 cumec respectively [6].
Water content in the river has reduced to 70 cumec in winter now where it used to be 1500-1600 cumec during summer.
The extra water in conjunction with a 15 cumec release from Kielder Reservoir also helped the situation in the Tyne estuary, moving many fish out of danger and upstream.
A six gate tunnel intake structure of 280 cumec capacity will be connected with three conventional flushing surface basins installed at their end for taking sediment back into river.
Tyne had an extra two-day 15 cumec release from Kielder Water to coincide with a weather front that was due to help salmon and sea-trout out of the estuary.
Accordingly, it was found that since 29th November 2017 0600 hrs an average outflow of 170 cumec (6000 cusec) flowed through the spillway of Krishnagiri dam due to the damage.
735 Cumec water for irrigation in 1829 hectare cultivable command area, construction of multiple outlets for domestic raw water requirements and all other miscellaneous work related to entire system.