Intake Towers and Outlet Tunnels Adapted for Hydro

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by A. K. Rajpal, Mead & Hunt Inc, United States,
C. A. Jaramillo, Mead & Hunt Inc, United States,
T. A. Zalewski, Mead & Hunt Inc, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Waterpower '89

Abstract: An intensive design project was undertaken with the objective of retrofitting two U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (COE) dam sites for hydroelectric power generation. The challenge of designing the retrofits has been to optimize power generation without jeopardizing the current COE mandated objectives for the dams. One of the projects is located at Bloomington Lake and the North Potomac River at Barnum, West Virginia, and the other at the Gathright Dam on the Jackson River at Covington, Virginia.

Subject Headings: Tunnels | Power plants | Water intakes | Hydro power | Rehabilitation | Reservoirs | Effluents | Rivers and streams | North America | Virginia | United States | West Virginia | Potomac River

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