Thrivikramji.com | Kasturi rang an ex chief town planner suggests rain water pits as a solution to city flooding. There is another suggestion to deepen the drains and other gutters to reduce the flood crest rising in the low level areas. But rain water pits has only a finite capacity to hold water. Beyond a certain point the recharge will stop and will take the surface run off on the surface. Deepening will contain water as the cross section Area rises. But sea level and the higher seal level stand due to wave set in the monsoon will not allow cascading of water to the ocean. Instead there will be a back water effect that will hold back the water in the towns low lying areas. Then the talk about tunnels or covered channels. There also the base level maintained by the coastal sea will hold back the waters. The solution will be retention and detention ponds or another amayizhanchan thodu to the south emptying into the Karamana ar seaward of thiruvallam. There is a water way somewhere along between thiruvallom and milma Plant
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Kasturi rang an ex chief town planner suggests rain water pits as a solution to city flooding. There is another suggestion to deepen the drains and other gutters to reduce the flood crest rising in the low level areas. But rain water pits has only a finite capacity to hold water. Beyond a certain point the recharge will stop and will take the surface run off on the surface. Deepening will contain water as the cross section Area rises. But sea level and the higher seal level stand due to wave set in the monsoon will not allow cascading of water to the ocean. Instead there will be a back water effect that will hold back the water in the towns low lying areas. Then the talk about tunnels or covered channels. There also the base level maintained by the coastal sea will hold back the waters. The solution will be retention and detention ponds or another amayizhanchan thodu to the south emptying into the Karamana ar seaward of thiruvallam. There is a water way somewhere along between thiruvallom and milma Plant

Kasturi rang an ex chief town planner suggests rain water pits as a solution to city flooding. There is another suggestion to deepen the drains and other gutters to reduce the flood crest rising in the low level areas. But rain water pits has only a finite capacity to hold water. Beyond a certain point the recharge will stop and will take the surface run off on the surface. Deepening will contain water as the cross section Area rises. But sea level and the higher seal level stand due to wave set in the monsoon will not allow cascading of water to the ocean. Instead there will be a back water effect that will hold back the water in the towns low lying areas. Then the talk about tunnels or covered channels. There also the base level maintained by the coastal sea will hold back the waters. The solution will be retention and detention ponds or another amayizhanchan thodu to the south emptying into the Karamana ar seaward of thiruvallam. There is a water way somewhere along between thiruvallom and milma Plant

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