Water-Power Regimes of the HPP in the Volga–Kama Cascade
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Variations in the generation of electric power at HPP during the past decades is analyzed, and a good correlation relation with time is established. Rules governing utilization of the water reservoirs impounded for hydroelectric plants in the Volga – Kama cascade are analyzed during a period service.
Keywordsreservoir management Volga Kama cascade hydroelectric plants climate change river flow operating regimes of HPP generation of electric power
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