Pumped Storage for Water Resources Development

by Clarence J. Velz,
James D. Calvert, Jr.,
Rolf A. Deininger,
William L. Heilman,
John Z. Reynolds,


Serial Information: Journal of the Sanitary Engineering Division, 1968, Vol. 94, Issue 1, Pg. 159-172


Document Type: Journal Paper

Abstract: The technical and economic feasibility of adapting large-scale pumped storage plants to low-flow augmentation and multipurpose water resources development has been investigated. The studies were carried out in the Great Miami River Basin in Ohio. Results of these investigations show that a multipurpose pumped storage plant is technologically feasible and economical. Besides providing water for drought control and power for peak power requirements, such a pumped storage plant can serve for additional flood protection, water supply and recreational uses.

Subject Headings: Water storage | Water resources | Energy storage | Waste storage | Pumping stations | Hydro power | Power plants | Water shortage | Water-based recreation | North America | United States | Miami | Florida | Ohio

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