Sediment Modeling of Dam Removal Alternatives, Elwha River, Washington
The new version of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) 1-Dimensional sediment transport model, HEC-6 'Scour and Deposition in Rivers and Reservoirs', was...

Reservoir Operations by Fuzzy Goal Programming
The reservoir operations problem is composed of obtaining optimal releases, and storages of a reservoir and downstream reach routed flows based on forecasted inflows and precipitation....

Estimating Lake Inflows for Storage by Linear Programming
The Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) recently completed a Water Management Plan for the lower Colorado River Basin in Texas. In developing the Plan, a daily river flow routing procedure,...

Optimization of Freshwater Inflow to Estuaries
This paper presents a methodology that can be used for determining the optimal freshwater inflows into bays and estuaries for the purpose of balancing freshwater demands with the harvest...

Dense Inflows Into Narrow Reservoirs

Stormwater and Sediment Control on the D & R Canal

Some Examples of Stochastic Linear Reservoirs

Modeling Fresh Water Inflow to an Estuary

Channel Routing for Improved Flood Control
Lake Wappapello, located on the St. Francis River in southeastern Missouri, is operated by the St. Louis District (SLD) Corps of Engineers for purposes of flood control and recreation....

Effects on Reservoir Water Quality Caused by Changes in Inflow Plume Hydrodynamics
In this paper, the effects of environmental changes on the hydrodynamic behavior of the Las Vegas Wash inflow into Lake Mead are discussed from the view-point of water quality. It is hypothesized...

Glacial Basin Flow for a Power Operation Model
A power operation model was developed and used to estimate the project energy generation and reservoir level fluctuations. In order to precisely simulate the daily project operation, daily...

Some Pertinent Considerations in Dam and Reservoir Design
Two important considerations in designing and constructing a multipurpose earthdam and reservoir are to minimize losses in the event of dam failure because of overtopping, and to conserve...

HYOPS—Maximizing the Value of Your Hydro River System
This paper presents a microcomputer based software system, HYOPS, to optimize the operations of a series of hydro plants on a river system. The model can accommodate up to 10 plants which...

Reservoir Safe Yield Evaluation Using Simulation
The safe yield available from surface water impoundments serving the City of Portsmouth, Virginia, was evaluated, and the sensitivity of the reservoir system to several factors was investigated....

Use of In-Place Lateral Reconstruction for Correction of Infiltration/Inflow
Extensive sewer collection system rehabilitation programs have done much and will continue to correct infiltration/inflow problems. However, re-evaluation of some of the earlier projects...

Conveyance Characteristics of Natural Channels in Wyoming
This paper addresses the quantification of instream or conveyance losses of water being transported within natural stream systems in Wyoming using a net total loss and incremental loss...

A Successful Merging of Scientific Research and Public Participation
This paper describes the on-going programs at the US Army Corps of Engineers' San Francisco Bay-Delta Model and Visitor Center that aim to broaden the general public's...

Freshwater Inflow Requirements of a Texas Estuary
The objective of this study is to estimate the amount and scheduling of freshwater inflows required to maintain fishery productivity, especially shrimp, in Matagorda Bay, Texas. To estimate...

Development and Implementation of a Private Sector Infiltration/Inflow Removal Program

Guidelines for I/I Analyses and SSES Studies

 

 

 

 

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