Alamtti Dam


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Alamtti Dam Facts
Dam NameAlamtti Dam
State NameKarnataka
Type of damEarthen / Concrete Gravity
Operated byKarnataka Power Corporation Limited
Nearest TalukB. Bagewadi
ImpoundsKrishna River
District NameBijapur and Bagalkot
Catchment Area33,375 km2
Surface AreaN.A.
Lat / Long16.331000, 75.887957
Total Storage Capacity130 TMC
PurposeIrrigation and Electricity
Power Generation Capacity290 MW
Construction beganIn 2002
Opening dateJuly 2005
Height52.25 meters
Length1565.15 meters
Spillway TypeOgee
Spillway Gates26
Type of Spillway GatesRadial
ProjectUpper Krishna Irrigation Project



Last Updated on : December 15, 2015

     


     

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