Kodasalli Dam


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Kodasalli Dam Facts
Dam NameKodasalli Dam
State NameKarnataka
Type of damEarthen, Concrete gravity
Built ByKarnataka Power Corporation Limited
Name of TalukYellapura
ImpoundsKali River
District NameUttara Kannada
Catchment Area17.35 km2
Lat / Long14.918983, 74.535102
Total Storage Capacity286.49 m3
PurposeHydroelectric Power Generating
Construction beganN.A.
Opening dateIn 1998
Power Generation Capacity40 MW
Height52 meters
Length534 meters
Spillway Gates9
Type of Spillway GatesRadial
ProjectKodasally Dam Project



Last Updated on : December 15, 2015

     


     

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