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Journal for Research | Volume 03| Issue 12 | February 2018

ISSN: 2395-7549

Study and Design of Protection Wall Against Sea


Erosion at Survada Coast Line of Valsad District
Mayur B. Patel Kuldip B. Patel
U.G. Student Assistant Professor
Department of Civil Engineering Department of Civil Engineering
Government Engineering College, Valsad, India Government Engineering College, Valsad, India
Jay J. Patel
U.G. Student
Department of Civil Engineering
Government Engineering College, Valsad, India

Abstract
Sea erosion of coastal regions of the country becomes a threat to the existing of valuable coastal lands as well as nearby villages.
The total coastal length of Gujarat is about 1600 km. Valsad, Navsari, Surat & Bharuch district of Gujarat state has its western
boundary as Arabian sea having length of about 300 km. This coastal length have experience severe coastal erosion during last
10year, which ultimately leads damage of immovable properties and as well as loss of life of people. Considering in the safety of
people and their properties, this research has been planned to safe guard the people of Survada coast line of Valsad district by
designing protection structure against sea erosion and study their feasibility. For the protection of coastal length, Gujarat
government has proposed schemes of assistance in which 10 percent share of the total expenditure to be incurred is contributed
by the people and 90 percent by the government. Several such schemes are in operation presently in Valsad district. These are at
Nani-Danti , Moti-Danti (720m long), Bhadeli-Jagalala(600m long), Kosamba(890m long), Bhagadavada-Tithal(1375m long),
Tithal(665m long), Survada-Tithal(1025m long), Fansa(900m long), Maroli(1935 m long), Kolak(830m long), Umarsadi(460m
long), Nargol(390m long) and at village Umargaon(285m long).Under this research, the designs of protection wall for the site
was prepared. The work in this research was initiated with the survey of the selected coastal region i.e. Survada site and the
required information on various aspects for the research was collected. After acquiring the required information, the structure
was constructed suiting the project site and it was decided based on the obtained database. There after the designs of the
structures was made keeping in mind the cost and strength of the protection wall. The design was made keeping in view the
optimize cost and strength of the structure.
Keywords: Coastal Regions, Protection Wall, Survada, Government, Sea Erosion
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I. INTRODUCTION

Coastal erosion is a problem faced by all the coastal population in different parts of the world. With a long coast of about 7500
km, the subject of coastal erosion and control in India assumes great importance. This problem calls for the protection of houses,
cultivable lands, valuable properties, monuments etc. in the coastal belt. The solution to this problem involves scientific analysis
of the same with a view to devise methods for preventing and/or minimizing the damage due to erosion caused by the destructive
forces of the waves. The best natural defense against erosion is an adequate beach on which waves expend their energy.
However, provision of an adequate beach is rarely possible due to economical reasons. Resort has therefore, to be taken to
provide appropriate engineering structures such as seawalls, revetments, anti-sea erosion bunds, groynes, offshore breakwaters,
etc. to prevent beach erosion. Seawalls, revetments and groynes are structures located on the beach, while offshore breakwaters
are located away from the beach. Since waves are the prime cause of beach erosion, it is natural that the protective methods are
evolved so as to dissipate the energy of waves either by absorbing this energy on the beach or dissipating / diverting the same
before the waves approach the beach. Rubble mound seawalls are the most commonly used measure for preventing coastal
erosion in India.
The total coastal length of Gujarat is about 1600 km. Valsad, Navsari, Surat and Bharuch district of Gujarat state has its
western boundary as Arabian Sea having length of about 300 km. along this coastal length extensive coastal erosion is noticed
during last 10 years. The erosion is taking place mostly under the action of strong tidal currents, accompanied by wave action.
Coastal belt of South Gujarat is formed of sand or clay sand or silty sand which is not capable to resist the effects of waves
and heavy current in sea during tides and ultimately resulting in to erosion. Erosion of coast normally takes place during May to
October. Coastal belt of Valsad, Navsari, Surat and Bharuch Districts are suffering gradual erosion every year, causing heavy
losses to fertile land, Public property, residential building, cattle & human lives. At Moti-Danti & Nani-Danti of Valsad District,
about 1500 m width of coastal belt in about 4400 m length has been lost during last 15 years due to coastal erosion.

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Survada village of Valsad District is located near the coastal belt of Arabian Sea. Sai Temple and resorts are located near
Survada coastline. Because of high tide erosion take place to the coastal boundary of Survada, the Survada beach eroded in last
year about 100m width, so it become necessary to protect it against sea erosion.
The present study aims to solve the problems and find an ideal permanent solution for sea erosion and design which should be
ecofriendly requires less maintenance work and at the same time people cannot temper / damage the constructed works on
priority basis. The specific objectives of the Research were as follows:
 To protect Erosion of sea land.
 To design effective structure to minimize wave action.
 Construction of sea protection walls to protect life of human being and cattle. residential lands, cultivable lands
 To study various Alternatives.

II. STUDY AREA

The work of constructing an anti-sea erosion earthen scheme for protection against sea erosion at Survada cost line of Valsad
district is situated on the southern coast of Gujarat. It is located at about 10 kms away from Valsad. The work for protection to
Village Survada for sea erosion comprising of protection in the length of 725 mt. with Stone in the armour layer with necessary
geofabric filter and gunny/nylon bags filled with stone grit as per drawing..Wave direction is normally unchanged, but there is a
formation of eddies in front of the Village. Valsad is located at 20.63°N 72.93°E. The Survada Village beach was eroded in last
10 years @ 100 m Width and 715m in length. Total populations residing in this coast line were 1000 people.

Fig. 1: Study Area of Valsad Distirct

Fig. 2: South Gujarat Vulnerable Coast

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III. METHODS & MATERIALS

In this research, a site was visited and the identification of problem was found out. Simultaneously the causes of problem was
also found out. The main problem was that erosion of sea land nearby Survada coast line. To understand properly this problem, a
case study of Anti Sea-Erosion Scheme at Tithal, Swaminarayan Temple, Valsad was studied out. Design aspect of anti-erosion
bound was also studied. References of some other ongoing anti erosion scheme were also taken in consideration while designing
protection wall at Survada coast line. The survey was carried out using dumpy level and reduced level was taken at all possible
chainage locations using this data, analysis was carried out and total cost for constructing the protection wall was calculated.
The methodology adopted in this project has been shown below through the flowchart.

Fig. 3: Flowchart of Methodology

IV. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

Data Analysis and Discussion


Using collected Data, A design of protection wall was made. The construction material like stone grit, empty gunny bag,
Geofabric Filter, Stones upto 5 – 20 kg., 50 – 200 kg., 1.0 T – 1.5 T & Cement, Sand & Gravel was used. For coastal protection
works rigid structures should normally be avoided and the flexible structures, which dissipate energy, should be adopted. In case
of rigid structures, if unavoidable, may be provided with slope and vertical face should in any case be avoided. The vertical face
leads to the reflection and Guidelines for Design & Construction of Seawalls scouring and subsequently failure of the wall the
vertical rigid retaining wall is normally mistaken with the seawalls. However, it should be kept in mind that the function of the
seawall is to dissipate the wave energy and allow formation of beach in front of it. As such, the sloping rubble mound seawall is
the most suitable type of seawall.
For this design, measurement sheets were prepared and after that abstract sheet were also prepared. Rate analysis was also
done for labour work as well as for materials. After that total amount for the construction of protection wall for Survada coast
line was calculated.
Table - 1
Proposed Abstract Sheet for the Protection Wall at Survada Coast Line of Valsad District

Qty. Unit. Item Rate Unit Amount.


1 2 3 4 5 6

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ITEM NO.1:-
Excavation for foundation in all sorts of soil including yellow,
sandy, gravelly soil, soft & hard murrum etc.dry condition
21931.20 CM including depositing the excavated stuff in uniform layers in 54.20 CM 1188671.04
banks or as directed etc.complete for lead upto1.0 Km. and all
lifts. (By.Machinery)
(b) Below Water table.
(S.O.R. 2012-13 It...No.1 (b) ch.4 .P.41).
ITEM NO.2:-
Supplying and laying bedding layer of 15 cm thick with single
29250.00 S.M. layer of jute/nylon bags filled with stone grit (up to 5mm size) 136.00 S.M. 3978000.00
including all leads & lifts as ditrected in tidal range etc.
(SOR 2012-13 ch.6 It. No.18 (A), P.No.127).
ITEM NO.3:-
Supplying & Laying trap rubble stone 20 to 50 Kg. in weight for
790.00 CM 12513600.00
15840.00 C.M. toe and core filling including conveying and stacking to required
line level Slopes section including all leads and lifts.
(SOR 2012-13 ch.6 It. No.29, P.No.132).
ITEM NO.4 :
Supplying & Laying trap rubble stone 50 to 100 Kg. in weiight
for toe and core filling including coveying and stacking to
6564.00 CM 1202.00 CM 7889928.00
required line level Slopes section including all leads and lifts.
Conveying material from stacks and laying etc. complete. Rate
analysis for 1 cum.
(SOR 2012-13 ch.6 It. No.30, P.No.133).
ITEM NO.5:-
Supplying & Laying trap rubble stone 0.5 t to 1.0 t in weiight for
13972.50 CM armour layer including coveying and stacking to required line 1160.00 CM 16208100.00
level Slopes section including all leads and lifts. Conveying
material from stacks and laying etc. complete.
(SOR 2012-13 ch.6 It. No.32, P.No.133).
ITEM NO.6:-
Supplying & Laying trap rubble stone 1.0 t to 1.5 t in weiight for
1388 No. armour layer including coveying and stacking to required line 1160.00 No 1609500.00
level Slopes section including all leads and lifts. Conveying
material from stacks and laying etc. complete.
( As per R.A.-1)
ITEM.NO.7:-
Providing and laying plain/ reinforced ordinery portland cement
concrete of various grade with cement, sand and coarse
aggregates including centering, shuttering, batching, mixing,
transporting, placing, vibrating, smooth finishing, curing etc.
1570.00 3301.00
CM complete for all lead and lift.(Machinary Based, Excluding CM 5182570.00
dewatering) 8(E)Roadway slab, approch slab, chute floor slab,
kerb, pier cap, abutment cap, hoisting platform, top slab of
barrel etc.
(SOR 2012-13 ch.4 It.No.8 (E) (iv), Page No.48).
ITEM.NO.8:-
Back fiing the foundation trenches around the structures etc.
14700.00 CM 15.40 226380.00
with selected excavated stuff including watering, ramming, CM
compacting etc. complete.(By machinary)
(SOR 2012-13 ch.4 It.No.4, Page No.42).
Total Rs. 48796749.04
Add.1% Conti.& W.C.Rs. 487967.49
Add.1% Q.C.Rs. 487967.49
TOTAL Rs. 49772684.02
SAY Rs. 49772690.00
From all above observation and analysis, it was found that proposed total cost of construction of protection wall was came out
around Rs. 49772690.

V. CONCLUSION

From the analysis, it was concluded that the coastal protection work should be based on the principle of dissipation of the wave
energy and not merely protecting the land by constructing rigid vertical walls. A diligent construction is as important as a sound

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design for the success and stability of rubble mound structures. Conclusions on the success or the stability of rubble mound
structures should be based on the performance of the structure when it has really been exposed to design force. Where deviations
from design have occurred, the completed structure should be re-examined for its stability and necessary measures be
implemented to strengthen and reform the structure to design profiles. Maintenance of the flexible rubble mound seawalls was a
must and should be carried out regularly. On completion of the project the cultivable land of the houses, cattle and valuable land
will be protected. The protection work may also be facilitated their access to sea for fishing activities .The Survada shore is
going to be developed for tourism by the State Government.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

It is our proud privilege to express our deep sense of gratitude and venerable regard to our revered guide Prof. Kuldip B. Patel,
Assistant Professor in GEC, VALSAD who has been imparting excellent guidance, valuable suggestions, constant
encouragement and wonderful inspiration throughout the investigation and preparation of this project report, without which, it
would not have been possible for us to bring the same in the present shape.

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