RESERVOIR AND APPURTENANT STRUCTURES DISCIPLINE AT CWPRS, PUNE
Central Water and Power Research Station (CWPRS), Pune is a premier national institute offering a wide range of R&D services related to water and energy resources development, river engineering problems and the coastal development projects. As the UN recognized Regional Laboratory for ESCAP region, CWPRS has offered its services to neighbouring countries in Asia, Middle East and Africa. Reservoir and Appurtenant Structures is one of the major disciplines of research at CWPRS.
Under this discipline, studies are carried out for evolving efficient, economical and safe hydraulic designs of structures such as spillways, energy dissipators and water conductor systems involving power intakes, high head gates, diversion tunnels, sluices and outlets, surge tanks, tunnels, and tailrace tunnels/channels. The studies are carried out with the help of hydraulic models, mathematical models and analysis of prototype data in the following areas of specialization:
Spillways and energy dissipaters
Vertical, Radial and Stop log gates
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