Analysis and Construction of Artificial Island
Aryan Gupta, Agnel Koriyan, Om Parmar, Arbaz Shaikh, Radhika Thakare
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In response to the growing demand for tourist destinations, an artificial island constructed in Dwarka using dredged sand promises to be an exciting new attraction. However, the island's sustainability and longevity are dependent on careful planning and design to prevent natural erosion from causing failure. The construction process involves utilizing sand dredged from the seabed to create a stable land mass. The island's design must include measures to mitigate erosion, such as sloping the sides and planting vegetation to stabilize the sand. Once complete, the island will provide a unique experience for tourists and help boost the local economy. However, ongoing maintenance will be necessary to ensure its continued success. Overall, the construction of an artificial island in Dwarka offers a creative solution to preserving and enhancing the natural beauty of the region while providing new opportunities for tourism.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 11

Page(s): 1049 - 1052
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