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395001 - PREDICTION OF STREAM FLOW USING DISTRIBUTED PHYSICS BASED HYDROLOGICAL MODEL IN BURHANPUR CATCHMENT, INDIA

Tuesday, June 5
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Northstar B
Co-Authors: P. Patel, Gujarat, India – SVNIT Surat

Mesoscale hydrological models are useful in prediction of runoff in larger catchments. The objective of present study is to evaluate the performance 2D MIKE SHE model coupled with MIKE SHE/MIKE 11 including the overland flow and channel flow processes in Burhanpur catchment (area of 8995 km2), of Upper Tapi basin, India. The Shuttle Radar Topographic Mission (SRTM) Digital Elevation Model (DEM) 30 m topographical data, gridded rainfall (0.250  0.250) data, station based potential evapotranspiration (PET) and IRS P6 LISS-III satellite data of year 2000 (used for land use classification) were taken as distributed inputs into the model. The model parameters were calibrated on grid size of 500 m x 500 m using stream flow data of flood year 1994 and, further, validated for independent data of flood years 1998 and 2007. The model performance was quantitatively assessed using statistical performance indices, and on daily (RMSE =168.3 – 175.7 m3/s; NSE = 0.68-0.67; r =0.77-0.76) and monthly time scales (RMSE = 20.5-15.9 mm; NSE = 0.88-0.86; r = 0.94-0.93), during calibration and validation periods. The calibrated model would be useful for prediction of runoff and stages along Tapi river at Hathnur reservoir, India.

Keywords: Distributed approach, Upper Tapi River, Calibration, MIKE SHE/MIKE 11 model

V. D. Loliyana, M.Tech, B.E.

PhD Research Scholar
SVNIT Surat

Mr. Viraj D Loliyana, M.Tech (Civil, WRE), B. E. (Civil)
PhD Research Scholar, Centre of Excellence on Water Resource and Flood Managemenet, Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology (SVNIT), Surat
Research Interest: Hydrological Modelling, Hydraulic Modelling, Hydrometeorological Modelling under Climate Change Aspect, Water Distribution Network Design and Analysis, Hydrogeological modelling, Impact of climate change on water resources
- Journal Papers: 03
(1) Loliyana, V. D. and Patel, P. L. (2015). "Lumped Conceptual Hydrologic Model for Purna River Basin, India", Sadhana Journal, Springer, Vol. 40(8), pp. 2411-2428 (SCI Impact Factor – 0.46).
(2) Sharma, P. J., Loliyana, V. D., Resmi, S. R., Timbadiya, P. V., and Patel, P. L. (2017). "Spatiotemporal Trends in Extreme Rainfall and Temperature Indices over Upper Tapi Basin, India", Online Published Theoretical and Applied Climatology, Springer (SCI Impact Factor - 2.64).
(3) Loliyana, V. D. and Patel, P. L. (2018). "Performance Evaluation and Parameters Sensitivity of a Distributed Hydrological Model for a Semi-arid catchment in India", accepted for publication in forthcoming issue of Journal of Earth System Sciences, Springer (SCI Impact Factor - 0.955).

- International/National Conference Papers : 15
- Research Projects:
(1) TEQIP-II/World Bank/ MHRD funded project on 'Center of Excellence on Water Resources and Flood Management' (During June 2013-July 2017) at Dept. of Civil Engg., SVNIT Surat.
(2) AICTE funded research project on 'Development of Water Resources and Flood Management Center' (During 2010-2013) at Dept. of Civil Engg., SVNIT Surat
- Consultancy Projects:
(1) Morphological Studies on Tapi River Basin (Funded from Central Water Commission (CWC) (During March 2015 - Nov. 2017) at Dept. of Civil Engg., SVNIT Surat
(2) Design of Water Distribution Network of TP2E Area of Dholera Special Industrial Region (DSIR), Gujarat (During Jan-Dec 2014) at Dept. of Civil Engg., SVNIT Surat

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