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International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research  
International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research

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ISSN 2347-4289



Determine The Most Suitable Water Transfer From Seymareh River To Seymareh Dam

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AUTHOR(S)

Ebrahim Nohani, Hamid keykhah, Behrooz Dahanzadeh, Rooholah Manssori Yekta, Mohsen Mehdi-zadeh, Taleb Javanmard

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords: topography, water transfer, Dam, River

 

ABSTRACT

ABSTRACT :One of the most important and strategic policies in efficient development is using water sources. In this method, MATLAB is used for modeling the existing transfer condition based on limiting factors. The results show that shortening the path from 650 km to 220 km is the best choice from economic-technical aspects and in more than 50% of path length, there is no need for power higher than 12.3kw to transfer discharge 300 /sm3due to suitability of topography conditions, but in the continuance of path, the proposed pump cannot transfer this amount of water based on topography conditions, and we can use the engine of pumps with 18.8kwpower. Under such conditions, it is required to perform additional studies regarding proposed path to the dam reservoir.

 

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