Advances in Agriculture / 2014 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

MIKE BASIN Based Decision Support Tool for Water Sharing and Irrigation Management in Rangawan Command of India

Table 2

Different scenarios generated for irrigation water management.

S. N.Description of scenarios Name

1.Average/wet year, conveyance efficiency 60% and application efficiency 70%.ACP-1
2.Average/wet year, conveyance efficiency 60%, application efficiency 70%, and using ground water fraction 20%.ACP-2
3.Average/wet year, conveyance efficiency 70% and application efficiency 80%.ACP-3
4.Average/wet year, conveyance efficiency 70%, application efficiency 80%, and using ground water fraction 20%.ACP-4
5.Dry year, conveyance efficiency 60% and application efficiency 70%.ACP-5
6.Dry year, conveyance efficiency 60%, application efficiency 70%, and using ground water fraction 20%.ACP-6
7.Dry year, conveyance efficiency 70% and application efficiency 80%.ACP-7
8.Dry year, conveyance efficiency 70%, application efficiency 80%, and using ground water fraction 20%.ACP-8
9.75% probable storage, conveyance efficiency 60%, and application efficiency 70%.ACP-9
10.75% probable storage, conveyance efficiency 60%, application efficiency 70%, and using ground water fraction 20%.ACP-10
11.75% probable storage, conveyance efficiency 70%, and application efficiency 80%.ACP-11
12.75% probable storage, conveyance efficiency 70%, application efficiency 80%, and using ground water fraction 20%.ACP-12

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