Ukai Dam


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Ukai Dam Facts
Dam NameUkai Dam
State NameGujarat
Also Known ByAs Vallabh Sagar
Type of damEarthen, Masonry
Nearest CitySongadh
ImpoundsTapti River
District NameBorder of Surat and Tapi District
Catchment Area62,255 km2
Lat / Long21.248251, 73.589402
Total Capacity7414.29 Mm3
PurposeIrrigation, Power Generation and flood control.
Construction beganIn 1964
Opening dateIn 1972
Height80.772 meters
Length4,927 meters
Spillway Gates22
Type of Spillway GatesRadial
ProjectUkai Water Resources Project



Last Updated on : December 15, 2015

     


     

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