Irrigation Engineering Set 13

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This set of Irrigation Engineering Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Irrigation Engineering Set 13

Q1 | Lacey assumed a trapezoidal cross-section of a regime channel
Q2 | Lining of a canal
Q3 | The berms when fully formed
Q4 | The smooth entry, the regulators are aligned at an angle of
Q5 | Irrigation is supplementary to rainfall.
Q6 | Trough stage of river is most suitable location for diversion head works.
Q7 | A useful soil moisture for plant growth is
Q8 | An outlet in which the discharge depends upon the difference in level between the water levels in distributing channel and the water course, is known as
Q9 | The river training works are adopted on a river
Q10 | The science which deals with the measurement of water is called hydrometry.
Q11 | The gap or margin of height, between full supply level (F.S.L.) and top of the bank is called
Q12 | The optimum depth of kot watering is 19 cm for
Q13 | The width of meandering belt is the
Q14 | The function of a scouring sluice is
Q15 | In case of syphon aqueduct, the H.F.L. of the drain is
Q16 | A canal head work in rocky stage of a river is not suitable because
Q17 | Non-silting, non-scouring velocity is called
Q18 | Sprinklar irrigation is adopted for
Q19 | In a Sarda type fall, the trapezoidal crest is used for discharges over 14 m3/s.
Q20 | The flexibility of a sub-proportional outlet is less than one
Q21 | A part of water which will move out of the soil, if proper drainage is provided, is known as gravitational water.
Q22 | In level crossing, the water level of canal is much higher than that of the drainage.
Q23 | The length of groyne depends upon the magnitude of river training required.
Q24 | When the quantity of the earth is much in excess of the quantity required for filling, it has to be deposited in the form of spoil banks. The spoil banks are made on
Q25 | Irrigation