Vented causeway, Mechanical Engineering

Vented Causeway:

Vented causeways are structures provided with vents (usually pipes) to take care of dry weather perennial flows and which allow water to overflow the paved bed on occasions of high rainfall (Figure).

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(a)  Alternative 1: With Masonry Head/Cut-off Wall

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(b) Alternative 2 : With Stone Pitched Bank

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