Techniques for Balancing Instream Flow Needs with Project Operationby John R. Bizer, Harza Engineering Co, Chicago, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Waterpower '91: A New View of Hydro Resources
Abstract: Balancing power and non-power benefits of hydroelectric developments has become a controversial issue in the relicensing of projects. Multiple project and multiple objective flow management evaluation is at the core of the controversy. A method for attaining an integrated flow management program is described. The method involves a stream flow simulation model linked with individual modules which enable simultaneous evaluation of the interrelated effects of alternative flow management regimes.
Subject Headings: Flow simulation | Streamflow | Hydro power | Management methods | Simulation models | Project management | Hydrologic models | River flow
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