Dattatray G. Regulwar

Dattatray G. Regulwar
Government College Of Engineering Aurangabad · Civil Engineering

PhD Civil Engineering (Water Resources Engg)

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June 2017 - September 2017
Government College Of Engineering Aurangabad
Position
  • Head of Faculty
July 2006 - present
Government College Of Engineering Aurangabad
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
November 1998 - January 2016
Government College Of Engineering Aurangabad, Maharashtra State, India.
Position
  • Associate Professor and Dean (Research & Development)
Education
April 2002 - December 2006
National Institute of Technology, Warangal
Field of study
  • Civil-Water Resources Engineering

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Publications (51)
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Drought is an extreme climatic event, which is recurring in nature. Drought occurs when the amount of precipitation is less than average precipitation for the region. Drought analysis is important due to its direct impact on water supply, agriculture and industry along with social and economic impact.Duration and severity are major characteristics...
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Several countries have already shifted to low impact development (LIDs) techniques for the management of stormwater in urban areas. LID helps to restore pre-development conditions through accelerated infiltration and evapotranspiration processes in the urban areas. Bio-retention cells, permeable pavements, green roofs, rooftop rainwater harvesting,...
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Drought is a span or an extreme situation of unusually dry weather occurred due to moisture deficiency in soil over a geographic region where rain is usually present. It is a disastrous natural phenomenon that has substantial impact on agricultural, economic, social and environmental aspects. It occurs in the region due to irregular monsoon, uneven...
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Urbanization is the core process in the development of the economy of every nation which boosts economic growth and development at one side, the demand for facilities and resources on the other side. Nowadays, the most common solution for the healthy growth of urban islands is to make cities smart. Therefore, smart development aims to provide a bet...
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The objective of the present work is to determine an optimal cropping pattern under uncertainty, which maximizes four objectives simultaneously, including net benefits (NBF), crop production (CPD), employment generation (EGN) and manure utilization (MUT). Except the objective of maximizing the NBF, the other objectives are related to sustainability...
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Urbanization creates developed catchment and generates peak flows in a short time. Upgradation of the existing drainage system to accommodate those altered flows have become a challenging task. As a result, implementation of LIDs in urban areas, nowadays, becomes a traditional solution to mitigate urban runoff issues. However, the integration of LI...
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Development is the backbone of economic growth of any country. But, this development is changing the shape of urban cities which are expanding day by day. This increasing urbanization due to development is altering the landscape of the catchment and ultimately outflow hydrograph, which leads to urban flooding. To reduce this impact of urbanization,...
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The frequency of flood events in India are increasing in the recent decades. The basic reason behind this is the Climate change and Immense urbanization, which has led in alteration of basin characteristics. The construction activities carried out in the vicinity of river banks has the most adverse impact on draining capabilities of any reach, whic...
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Proper management of available water resources that is water from surface and ground water is required nowadays due to rising population, increasing demand of water, decreasing water resources, decreasing precipitation. Three important decisions are required in water management for irrigation viz., optimal crop selection, optimal land allocation un...
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The probable impacts of climate change on water resources are of great concern to hydrologists, water managers, and policymakers. The impact of climate change on hydrological variables in the upper Godavari River basin has not been studied and was the focus of this research. Two general circulation model (GCMs), the Hadley Centre Coupled Model, Ver...
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Recent research and literature in the area of water resources demonstrated applications of modern tool of operation research and system analysis for assisting in development, planning, and management of water resources project. This study aims to derive equitable management of water resources from study area to fulfill various demands in command ar...
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Aurangabad (Maharashtra, India) is one of the fastest growing cities in Asia. The type of existing drainage system is separate, which carries only sewage of the city. Due to lack of drainage system for storm water, the low-lying areas of the city get flooded during heavy rainfall. In this paper, the performance analysis of part of existing drainage...
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Estimation of Evapotranspiration (ETo) requires information of the values of many climatic variables, some of which require special equipment and careful observations. The objective of this study was to estimate ET by means of an artificial neural network (ANN) technique and to examine if a trained neural network with limited input variables can es...
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The present study focus on calculation of surface water elevations on downstream side of upper catchment of Dudhana River for different amount of discharges, and also includes determination of flooding area at different amount of the discharge for different time series from dam. Hence, stimulate the critical situation of flood and its impact on Dud...
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The present study focus on calculation of surface water elevations on downstream side of upper catchment of Dudhana River for different amount of discharges, and also includes determination of flooding area at different amount of the discharge from dam. Hence, stimulate the critical situation of flood and its impact on Dhudhana River basin on downs...
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This study describes the conceptual framework and implementation to estimate the evapotranspiration by using computation technique artificial neural network. The objective of this study is to test an artificial neural network (ANN) to estimate reference evapotranspiration (ETo). Evapotranspiration is one of the main components of the hydrologic cyc...
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In the present study SDSM downscaling model was used as a tool for downscaling weather data statistically in upper Godavari river basin. Two Global Climate Models (GCMs), CGCM3 and HadCM3, have been used to project future maximum temperature (Tmax), minimum temperature (Tmin) and precipitation. The predictor variables are extracted from: 1) the Nat...
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In the present study, a Linear Programming (LP) model is developed for the conjunctive use of surface water and ground water to obtain the optimal operating policy for a multipurpose single reservoir. The objective of the present study is to maximize the net benefit from the command area under consideration. The constraints imposed on the objective...
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Imprecision is often involved in reservoir-systems operation, as these systems are too complex to be defined in precise terms. Fuzzy programming has an essential role in fuzzy modeling, which can formulate uncertainty in the actual environment. In this study, a multipurpose, single-reservoir operation model is developed by assuming triangular fuzzy...
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Decisions relating to most irrigation-planning problems need to be made in the face of hydrologic uncertainties, which make the irrigation-planning problem more complex. The uncertainties can be tackled by formulating the problem as Fuzzy Linear Programming (FLP). In the present study, Single Objective Fuzzy Linear Programming (SOFLP) irrigation pl...
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A Fully Fuzzy Linear Programming (FFLP) formulation for the reservoir operation of a multipurpose reservoir in presented in the ongoing paper. In the real world, water resources systems usually have complexities among social, economic, natural resources and environmental aspects, which lead to multi-objective problems of significant uncertainties i...
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Surface and groundwater are related systems. They can be used conjunctively to maximize the efficient use of available resources. Groundwater may be used to supplement surface water to cope with the irrigation demands to meet the deficits in low rainfall periods. The parameters involved in the present study are groundwater availability, surface wat...
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The objective of the present study is to develop the irrigation planning model and to apply the same in the form of Two-Phase Multi Objective Fuzzy Linear Programming (TPMOFLP) approach for crop planning in command area of Jayakwadi Project Stage I, Maharashtra State, India. The development of TPMOFLP model is on the basis of various Linear Program...
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The availability of precipitation data plays important role for analysis of various systems required for design of water resources systems. The perfect measurements are not available always. The scientist/hydrologists come across the problem of missing data due to a variety of reasons. There may be various reasons of unavailability of data. Measure...
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The present paper proposes a model of Multi Objective Fuzzy Linear Programming (MOFLP) based on Fuzzy Parametric Programming (FPP) to solve the problem of optimal cropping pattern in an irrigation system. It has been found that in order to solve the problem of uncertainty in the planning of sustainable irrigation, the concept of fuzzy logic has bee...
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This paper presents the Multi Objective Fuzzy Linear Programming (MOFLP) model, which deals with the fuzziness in resources and decision variables, closer to the real world situation. The MOFLP model is developed and applied to the Jayakwadi Project Stage-I built across the river Godavari in the State of Maharashtra, India. It focuses on the four o...
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Due to high variability of annual rainfall and conflicting demands on scarce water resources, the study and operation of reservoir system has assumed great significance to meet the short term and long term requirements. New methods have been developed which are simple to understand and can be effectively adopted for existing system. In present stud...
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The uncertainties can be tackled by formulating the irrigation planning problem as Fuzzy Linear Programming (FLP). In the present study Single Objective Fuzzy Linear Programming (SOFLP) irrigation planning model is formulated for deriving the optimal cropping pattern plan with the objective of minimization of cost of cultivation for the case study...
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The problem of irrigation planning becomes more complex by considering an uncertainty. The uncertainties can be tackled by formulating the problem of irrigation planning as Fuzzy Linear Programming (FLP). FLP models can incorporate the scenario of real world problem. In the present study, Multi Objective Fuzzy Linear Programming (MOFLP) irrigation...
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This paper includes an application of Differential Evolution (DE) for the optimal operation of multipurpose reservoir. The objective of the study is to maximize the hydropower production. The constraints for the op-timization problem are reservoir capacity, turbine release capacity constraints, irrigation supply demand con-straints and storage cont...
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Recent research modeling uncertainty in water resource systems has highlighted the use of fuzzy logic based approaches. The uncertainties in water resource systems include fuzziness, subjectivity, imprecision and lack of adequate data. In this paper we focus on Fuzzy Linear Programming (FLP) problem for reservoir opera-tion with fuzzy objectives fu...
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The objective of this paper is to develop the irrigation planning model and to apply the same in the form of Multi Objective Fuzzy Linear Programming (MOFLP) approach for crop planning in command area of Jayakwadi Project Stage I, Maharashtra State, India. To formulate MOFLP model various Linear Program-ming (LP) models are developed to optimize th...
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In this paper, a multi objective, multireservoir operation model is proposed using Genetic algorithm (GA) under fuzzy environment. A monthly Multi Objective Genetic Algorithm Fuzzy Optimization (MOGAFU-OPT) model for the present study is developed in 'C' Language. The GA parameters i.e. population size, number of generations, crossover probability,...
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A Multi objective, Multireservoir operation model for maximization of irrigation releases and maximization of hydropower production is proposed using Genetic Algorithm. These objectives are fuzzified and are simultaneously maximized by defining and then maximizing level of satisfaction (λ). In the present study a multireservoir system in Godavari R...

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