by T.G. Masaryk Water Research Institute, Public Research Institute in Prague .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 65-67)
|Statement||Pavel Gabriel, Josef Libý, Pavel Fošumpaur.|
|Contributions||Libý, Josef, Fošumpaur, Pavel.|
|LC Classifications||TC558.C95 .G3313 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||2008503387|
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The barrage method of extracting tidal energy involves building a barrage across a bay or river that is subject to tidal flow. Turbines installed in the barrage wall generate power as water flows in and out of the estuary basin, bay, or river. These systems are similar to a hydro dam that produces Static Head or pressure head (a height of water The barrage is about 2, m long and started its operation on Ap (Salman & Uprety, ). The purpose of the construction of the barrage was to div cusec (equivalent to 1, m 3 /s) water from the Ganges River to the moribund Hooghly River (a distributary of the Ganges) for maintaining the navigability of the Kolkata design of barrage the design of any hydraulic structure comprises of two steps: • hydraulic design, to fix the overall dimensions and profiles of the structure (dimensions are usually fixed by empirical formulae) • structural design, where the various sections are analysed for stresses under different loads and reinforcement or other Endnotes  Arunabh Saikia, “Manipur asks for a review after the ruling BJP wants Loktak hydroelectricity project broken down”, Scroll, Aug  The Imphal Free Press, “Consult indigenous peoples before commissioning mega projects: AHRC”, Centre for Research and Advocacy Manipur, Septem  R. K. Ranjan, “Ithai Barrage: A Fatal Threat To Natural Drainage