Drainage System of a Cricket Stadium
Mohammed Abdul Hadi, Afrin Khatoon, Shaik Ibrahim Patel, Syed Rizwan Ali, Mohammed Furkhan
Stadium drainage pattern, Infiltration of soil, Delayed matches.
A cricket stadium's drainage system is an essential part of making sure the playing surface is dry and safe for players during bad weather. This system is often made to drain extra water from the pitch and outfield, eliminating water logging and lowering the possibility of player injury. In order to transfer water away from the playing surface, a well-designed drainage system may incorporate elements like sub-surface drains, trenches, and sumps in addition to a network of pipes and pumps. The drainage system must be properly maintained to be functional, and any concerns that do occur may call for routine inspections and repairs. Overall, a solid drainage system is necessary to maintain a top-notch playing field and guarantee the security of both players and spectators. The objective of this paper's comparative analysis is to lower installation and maintenance costs. To keep the stadium dry and make the field playable within 30 minutes of rain, an underground ventilated drainage system is used. Manual labor is no longer necessary. The technology completes the task with the least amount of expense and environmental impact, assisting the authorities in boosting the stadium's local economy.
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Unique Paper ID: 160170

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 12

Page(s): 1268 - 1273
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