On 24-06-2022: 108/120 அடி/Feet
Inflow: 5,195 கன அடி/Cusecs
Outflow: 12,000 கன அடி/Cusecs
Available Water: 75.82/93.47 T.M.C
Water Level: Increasing
 
கட்ட துவங்கிய நாள்: 20.071925
கட்டி முடித்த நாள்: 21.08.1934
கட்டி முடிக்க ஆன செலவு : ரூ.4.80 கோடி
கொள்ளளவு: 93.50 டி.எம்.சி
அதிகபட்ச உயரம்: 214 அடி
அதிகபட்ச அகலம்: 171 கீ.மீ 
சேமிப்பு உயரம்: 120 அடி
நீர்ப்பிடிப்பு பரப்பளவு: 59.25 சதுர மைல்
1 Cusecs=28.317 Liters Per Second
1 T.M.C=28,316,846,592 Liters
மரம் வளர்ப்போம்...!!! மழை பெறுவோம்...!!!

Tuesday, 27 March 2018

Mettur Dam Park Timings | Mettur Dam Park Photos

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Mettur Dam Park Timings is Fixed in all Week Days to visit Mettur Park inside. 

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  • Mettur park Entrance Ticket Price is Rs.5 only. Mettur Park Visitors allow to visit from 9AM to 6PM in All week days.
  • All Type of Vechicles Parking Available.
  • Mettur Park is Located in Exact Front of Mettur Dam.
  • Inside the Mettur Park You can see More Flowers and Gress Across Park. 
  • Many Places is there to Sit and Getting Relax and Playing in Various Games for Childerns.
  • Canteen available inside the Mettur Park. 
  • In front of the Mettur Park Gate you can see many Fish Food Shops.. if you like you can taste it.
In this post we are displaying some Mettur Park Photos:
  • Mettur Fish one of the Most Important Food for Touristors.
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  •  Nandhi Silai in Mettur Dam - is Located in Pannavadi Parisal Thurai Area.

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Tuesday, 20 March 2018

Arulmigu Badrakali Amman Temple in Mecheri

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Mecheri - Badrakali Amman Temple was build around 800 years prior by the Tamilans. 




Mecheri is Sourrounded by the lake and beatiful green knolls. It is additionally encompassed by south vallattu nadu and thoppaiyam. Mechari which is well known for "Mecheri exceptional sheep" is the heavenly place for ambigal Bhadrakali who showers her approval all in all universe.
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Arulmigu Badrakali Amman Temple - Mecheri

  • Mecheri is Mettur Taluk in Salem District.
  • Mecheri Arulmigu Badrakali Amman Temple is Situated in Heart of the Town in Mcheri.
  • Mecheri Pincode is 636453.

  • Mecheri Arulmigu Badrakaliamman Temple Official Website lik is click here

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  • Mecheri Badrakaliamman Temple Opens Every day from 05:30 A.M to 08:00 P.M without any break of time. 
Details of Mecheri Badrakaliamman Pooja Times
  • There are two-times pooja in this temple. 
  • The morning pooja is conducted at 05:30 A.M to 07:30 A.M. 
  • The evening pooja is conducted at 05:30 P.M to 06:30 P.M.

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  • The sanctuary confronting north/is arranged in south - east heading in the core of mechari town adjacent Salem-Dharmapuri highway.There are wide corrifors and mandapams encompassing the temple.Rajagopuram is fundamental access to the temple.Besides this,there are three rajagopurams in three ways. 

  • Extraordinary pooja is performed and the god decorated each thesday,friday and sunday and on full moon and new moon days.On the above days large number of aficionados throng the sanctuary to satisfies their pledges and to make their offerings, from first light to sunset. 
  1. Mettur to Mecheri Distance : 21.5 km
  2. Salem to Mecheri Distance : 30.6 km
  3. Dharmapuri to Mecheri Distance : 41.6 km
  4. Erode to Mecheri Distance :  72 km 
  5. Chennai to Mecheri Distance : Via Vellore 344 km / Via Villupuram 380 km
  6. Coimbatore to Mecheri Distance : 175 km
  7. Trichy to Mecheri Distance : 213 km
  8. Madurai to Mecheri Distance : 258 km
  9. Kanyakumari to Mecheri Distance : 512 km
  10. Bangalore to Mecheri Distance : 210 km


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Saturday, 17 March 2018

List of Fly Ash Bulkers Manufacturers in Mettur | Best Cement & Ash Bulkers Manufacturer in Salem District

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In this Post We Collect and Displaying List Of Top Leading Fly Ash Bulker Tank Manufacturers in Mettur Areas. and Also we collect One of the Best Cement Bulker Manufactures List in Mettur and Salem District Places.


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After Burned Coal in Thermal Power Plant We Get FlyAsh and Wet Ash.

What is the Use of Fly Ash?

"Fly Ash is a byproduct of coal-fired electric generating plants"
eg: Mettur Thermal Power Station

The most common use of fly ash is as a replacement for portland cement used in producing concrete. Concrete made with fly ash is stronger and more durable than traditional concrete. Fly ash concrete is easier to pour, has lower permeability, and resists alkali-silica reaction, which results in a longer service life.

Fly Ash is used in the following applications, in addition to:

  • Ready-mix concrete
  • Concrete block & pipe
  • Cement manufacture
  • Mineral filler for asphalt roads
  • Soil stabilization
  • Structural fill
  • Waste stabilization/treatment
  • Specialty applications..,ertc
Read Full Post you can Get Informations about, List of Major Fly Ash Bulker Tank Manufactures in Mettur and Salem District.


What Is Fly Ash?

Fly ash is one of the naturally-occurring products from the coal combustion process and is a material that is nearly the same as volcanic ash. Volcanic ash concrete was used thousands of years ago to produce Roman concrete structures that exist and function today; e.g., the Pantheon, Coliseum, and ancient aqueducts. When coal is burned in today’s modern electric generating plants, combustion temperatures reach approximately 2800°F. The non-combustible minerals that naturally occur from burning coal form bottom ash and fly ash. Bottom ash is a light-weight aggregate material that falls to the boiler bottom for collection. Fly ash is the material that is carried off with the flue gases, where it is collected and can be stored in silos for testing and beneficial use classification.

How Is Fly Ash Used?

The most common use of fly ash is as a partial replacement for portland cement used in producing concrete. Replacement rates normally run between 20% to 30%, but can be higher. Fly ash reacts as a pozzolan with the lime in cement as it hydrates, creating more of the durable binder that holds concrete together. As a result, concrete made with fly ash is stronger and more durable than traditional concrete made exclusively with portland cement.

How to Transport Fly Ash From One Place to Other Places:


 Well, Nice Question you Thinking About it..!!!

Fly Ash can transportining with help of Fly Ash Bulker Tanks from one place to other places. 
Why Use Fly Ash?

Fly ash concrete has increased strength and durability, which means it can handle greater loads, is more resilient and lasts longer. Fly ash concrete can withstand harsher service environments than straight portland cement concrete. It is less susceptible to chemical attacks (de-icing salts, soil sulfates, etc.) and mitigates the negative impact of deleterious aggregates. This is especially true when using fly ash in infrastructure projects, such as roads, highways and bridges. 

Fly ash concrete is easier to work with because of its spherical shape and its ability to moderate early concrete set time. The improved flowability, reduced hydration temperatures and delayed setting time of fly ash concrete are the main factors that contribute to ease of placement of concrete. Fly ash concrete also has lower permeability than traditional concrete, which means less water and chemicals can enter the concrete. Therefore, fly ash concrete has a longer service life and doesn’t need to be repaired or replaced as often. Some states require the use of fly ash concrete to prevent premature deterioration. Fly ash is used to mitigate a problem called alkali silica reaction, which occurs when concrete deteriorates early due to issues with aggregate quality. This is a major issue for some states, and fly ash is the product most widely-used to combat this problem.

Fly ash concrete costs less. Depending on what area of the country you are in, fly ash can be 20% to 60% less expensive than portland cement. In some cases, portland cement can be more than twice as expensive. However, there have been few instances where fly ash was shipped long distances and sold for higher prices than local portland cement because the concrete durability requirements could only be met using fly ash.

The use of fly ash has positive environmental impacts, as it conserves landfill space, reduces energy and water consumption, and helps reduce greenhouse gases. The use of fly ash displaces portland cement production, which emits approximately one ton of CO2 for every ton of cement produced; i.e. for every ton of fly ash used, CO2 emissions are reduced by one ton. According to a National Conference of State Legislatures’ Briefing Paper entitled Recycling Fly Ash, “If all the fly ash generated each year were used in producing concrete, the reduction in CO2 emissions would be equal to eliminating 25% of the world’s vehicles.”

Is Fly Ash Safe?

Fly ash has similar chemical composition to that of portland cement, shale and volcanic ash. Similarly to these materials, fly ash contains naturally occurring trace elements that are also found in rock and soils. These trace elements are present in parts per million (mg/kg) levels and they account in total for less than 1% of fly ash. The levels of these trace elements in coal ash are similar in concentration to background levels in naturally occurring U.S. soils. In beneficial use applications, such as incorporating fly ash in hardened concrete, exposure would be far less than that assumed for residential soil and the potential risks would be below levels of concern.

Major Advantages of Fly Ash:

  • Fly Ash For Concrete Better Performance Without Higher Cost
  • Weighr Less
  • Low Cost
  • Easy to Getting from Local Areas.
  • Less Polution and Others..
  •  Easy to Transport with help of Fly Ash Bulker Tank Vechicles.
Important link:
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  • Fly Ash Bulker Manufacturer List in Mettur
  • Cement Bulker Design and Manufacturers in Mettur 
  • Mettur Bulker Design and Manufacturer Contact Numbers

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Thursday, 26 October 2017

Tourist Places in Mettur

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 Best and Most Popular Site Seeing Tourist Places in Mettur.

The following places are.,
We list the places with Images, it may will help you to find out.

Note: Without Knowing (swimming /place of area) Do not Trying take bath in River or Storage Water Areas. Please only use Government Announced Places Only. 

Mettur Dam 

Mettur Dam
Distance from Mettur Bus stand : 2km

The Stanley Reservoir (also known as Mettur dam) is one of largest fishing reservoirs in South India. Its main source of water is the River Kaveri (Cauvery). Three minor tributaries Palar, Chennar and Thoppar enter the Kaveri on her course above Stanley Reservoir.

Mettur Park 

Mettur Park
                 Distance from Mettur Bus stand : 1.6km

A Beautiful park opposite to Dam was formed with Lawns, fountains. This park attracts large number of tourists from nearby districts.

Mettur Dam 16 Bridge 

Mettur 16 Bridge
 Distance from Mettur Bus stand : 5.2km

This bridge is a landmark structure built by the British in 1934

Mettur - Muniappan Temple 

Mettur - Muniyappan Temple
 Distance from Mettur Bus stand : 1.8km

Muniappan ( Forefather) is an ancient and very popular village deity of Mettur. He is also known as "Aiyanar" ( Revered Father).

Mettur - Pannavadi Nanthi 

Mettur - Pannavadi Nandhi Silai
 Distance from Mettur Bus stand : 19.6km

Pannavadi near Mettur offers Coracle (Parisal) ride at certain water levels at the Dam.

Mttur - Pannavadi Old Church 

Mettur - Pannavadi Church
 Distance from Mettur Bus stand : 19.6km

The Old Church is one of the submerged ancient structures under the dam waters of river Kaveri and is visible only when the dam water storage levels are low. 

Hogenakkal

Hogenakkal
 Distance from Mettur Bus stand : 76.8km

Hogenakkal Falls or Hogenakal Falls is a waterfall in South India on the river Kaveri. It is located in the Dharmapuri district of of Tamil Nadu,

Boating in Hogenakkal

Boating in Hogenakkal Water
 Distance from Mettur Bus stand : 76.8km

Boating in Hogenakkal is allowed during the dry-season as the water falls are not strong enough to disrupt the passage of the boats.

Mahadeshwara Temple (M M Hills - Karnataka)

M M Hills
 Distance from Mettur Bus stand : 49.8km

Mahadeshwara Temple is a pilgrim town located in the Kollegala taluk of Chamarajanagara district of southern Karnataka. 

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Importance of Insurance

Major Reserviors in Tamilnadu

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Monday, 9 October 2017

About Dengue Fever

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""Know About Dengue Fever..!!!""


About Dengue Fever
                     
Dengue (pronounced DENgee) fever is a painful, debilitating mosquito-borne disease caused by any one of four closely related dengue viruses. These viruses are related to the viruses that cause West Nile infection and yellow fever.

An estimated 390 million dengue infections occur worldwide each year, with about 96 million resulting in illness. Most cases occur in tropical areas of the world, with the greatest risk occurring in:

The Indian subcontinent
Southeast Asia
Southern China
Taiwan
The Pacific Islands
The Caribbean (except Cuba and the Cayman Islands)
Mexico
Africa
Central
 and South America (except Chile, Paraguay, and Argentina)  Most cases in the United States occur in people who contracted the infection while traveling abroad. 

Dengue fever is transmitted by the bite of an Aedes mosquito infected with a dengue virus. The mosquito becomes infected when it bites a person with dengue virus in their blood. It can’t be spread directly from one person to another person.

"Symptoms of Dengue Fever"

Symptoms, which usually begin four to six days after infection and last for up to 10 days, may include

Sudden, high fever
Severe headaches
Pain behind the eyes
Severe joint and muscle pain
Fatigue
Nausea
Vomiting
Skin rash, which appears two to five days after the onset of fever
Mild bleeding (such a nose bleed, bleeding gums, or easy bruising)

Sometimes, symptoms are mild and can be mistaken for those of the flu or another viral infection. Younger children and people who have never had the infection before tend to have milder cases than older children and adults. However, serious problems can develop. These include dengue hemorrhagic fever, a rare complication characterized by high fever, damage to lymph and blood vessels, bleeding from the nose and gums, enlargement of the liver, and failure of the circulatory system. The symptoms may progress to massive bleeding, shock, and death. This is called dengue shock syndrome (DSS).

People with weakened immune systems as well as those with a second or subsequent dengue infection are believed to be at greater risk for developing dengue hemorrhagic fever.

"Diagnosing Dengue Fever"

Doctors can diagnose dengue infection with a blood test to check for the virus or antibodies to it. If you become sick after traveling to a tropical area, let your doctor know. This will allow your doctor to evaluate the possibility that your symptoms were caused by a dengue infection.

"Treatment for Dengue Fever"

There is no specific medicine to treat dengue infection. If you think you may have dengue fever, you should use pain relievers with acetaminophen and avoid medicines with aspirin, which could worsen bleeding. You should also rest, drink plenty of fluids, and see your doctor. If you start to feel worse in the first 24 hours after your fever goes down, you should get to a hospital immediately to be checked for complications.

"Preventing Dengue Fever"

There is no vaccine to prevent dengue fever. The best way to prevent the disease is to prevent bites by infected mosquitoes, particularly if you are living in or traveling to a tropical area. This involves protecting yourself and making efforts to keep the mosquito population down.

'To protect yourself'

Stay away from heavily populated residential areas, if possible.
Use mosquito repellents, even indoors.
When outdoors, wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants tucked into socks.
When indoors, use air conditioning if available.
Make sure window and door screens are secure and free of holes. If sleeping areas are not screened or air conditioned, use mosquito nets.
If you have symptoms of dengue, speak to your doctor.
To reduce the mosquito population, get rid of places where mosquitoes can breed. These include old tires, cans, or flower pots that collect rain. Regularly change the water in outdoor bird baths and pets' water dishes.

If someone in your home gets dengue fever, be especially vigilant about efforts to protect yourself and other family members from mosquitoes. Mosquitoes that bite the infected family member could spread the infection to others in your home.

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"Mettur Diary Team"

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Importance of Insurance

Major Reserviors in Tamilnadu

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Tourist Places in Mettur

About Dengue Fever

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