Ujani Dam

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Ujani Dam Facts
Dam NameUjani Dam
Official NameBhima Dam
State NameMaharashtra
Type of damEarthen / Gravity
Operated byWater Resources Department of Maharashtra Govt.
Nearest CityBaramati
ImpoundsBhima River
District NameSolapur
Catchment Area14,850 km2 (5,730 sq mi)
Lat / Long18.073991, 75.119968
Total Storage Capacity110 TMC
PurposeIrrigation and Electric Power Generation
Construction beganIn 1969
Opening dateIn 1980
Height56.4 meters
Length2,534 meters
Width6.7 meters
Power Generation Capacity12MW
Spillway TypeConcrete
Spillway Gates41
Type of Spillway GatesRadial
ProjectBhima Irrigation Project

Last Updated on : December 15, 2015



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