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Record #125111:

Floating ice as a problem to hydropower intakes / Torkild Carstens, Klemet Godtland, Einar Tesaker.

Title: Floating ice as a problem to hydropower intakes / Torkild Carstens, Klemet Godtland, Einar Tesaker.
Author(s): Carstens, Torkild.
Godtland, Klemet.
Tesaker, Einar.
Date: [1993]
Publisher: Edmonton, Alberta: University of Alberta, Department of Civil Engineering
In: IAHR 92; 11th International Symposium on Ice, Banff, Alberta, Canada, June 15-19, 1992. Proceedings. ([1993]), Vol.1.
Abstract: Ideal intake structure should permit minimal ice to enter, and accumulation in front of intake should be limited. Main issue is diversion of ice with minimum loss of water. Reviews previous studies of diversion of "passive" frazil ice, including recent model studies. Proper location of ice sluices combined with adjustment of structures and bottom topography can solve problems that have hampered operation of power plants for decades.
Notes:

In: IAHR 92; 11th International Symposium on Ice, Banff, Alberta, Canada, June 15-19, 1992. Proceedings. Vol.1. / International Association for Hydraulic Research.

Keywords: 624.145 -- Floating ice, engineering aspects.
624.145.6 -- Floating ice, control.
624.146 -- Anchor ice and frazil ice, damage.
627.84 -- Hydraulic power plants.
E12 -- Glaciology: frozen ground / snow and ice engineering.
SPRI record no.: 125111

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