Advanced Dam Engineering For Design Construction And by R.B. Jansen

By R.B. Jansen

This complete instruction manual covers a variety of points of dam know-how and gives case histories which are reviewed to illustrate rules and tactics of proved price. additionally, cognizance is given to useful facets of layout, building, operation and rehabilitation.

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Peak calibrated discharges and central parts of the watershed, down to Sava III, are lower than those calculated by E-OBS data for the 20-year return period. Values of discharge in the lower part of the watershed are between the values calculated for E-OBS data for 20- and 100-year return periods. The Drina River flood peak discharges are much higher than those calculated by the E-OBS 100-year return period data. We calculated the impact of climate change in the same way as in the model calibration, by taking into account the change of the maximum daily values of precipitation with the data from Table 4 and the increase in temperature using the data from Table 7.

Htm Climate Change Impact on Flood Hazard in the Sava River Basin Mitja Brilly, Mojca Sˇraj, Andrej Vidmar, Miha Primozˇicˇ, and Maja Koprivsˇek Abstract In the past few years, the topic of climate change impact on the water regime of the Sava River basin has been presented in several studies. Average seasonal precipitation and temperature data were calculated and presented, but results are not useful for climate change impacts on floods. The maximum daily precipitation data for each season and temperature data from the meteorological report are taken for the hydrological analysis.

There is a high discrepancy between the E-OBS data and the measurements in the area of the Dinaric Mountains, especially in Montenegro (Fig. 7). The value at the Zˇabljak station is two times higher than that in E-OBS data with the 20-year return period and even the 100-year return period (Table 5). A concern is that for the E-OBS data set, precipitation from Montenegro was not used. The flood event in 1974 is one of the highest floods measured before large flood protection construction works started on the Posavina, and precipitation on all stations of basin has low probability.

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