A hydraulic Fishheart fishway
© Springer Vieweg | Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH (3/2023)
Fishheart Ltd. was founded in February 2016. Fishheart Ltd. has developed a Fishheart fishway, a hydraulic floating fishway to enable fish migration in built rivers. The Fishheart fishway suits all species of fish, it is remarkably water efficient, and it represents an affordable investment compared to traditional solutions. Other products of the company are the Smoltheart for downward smolt migration, Satelliteheart, which is a floating additional entry to the Fishheart fishway and the award winning, biodegradable Eco Egg Box for stocking fish eggs.

Development of physical-biological filters for groundwater remediation of tetrachlorethen and naphthalene
© Lehrstuhl fĂźr Abfallverwertungstechnik und Abfallwirtschaft der Montanuniversität Leoben (11/2022)
Groundwater contamination by anthropogenic organic compounds represent a serious threat to water resources, which therefore have to be remediated to be available for future use. In addition, such remediation actions are often time and cost intensive. Hence, the overall goal of the presented project is the development of a physical-biological ex-situ filter for their effective removal.

Exposed Geomembrane System at Großer Mühldorfer See Dam
© Springer Vieweg | Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH (6/2016)
Großer Mühldorfer See, a gravity dam owned by Verbund Hydro Power GmbH, will be part of Reisseck II pumped storage plant. The dam, 46.50 m high, has upstream prefabricated concrete slabs sealed with bituminous material and Kemperol strips requiring repeated repairs. A geomembrane system was installed to water tighten the dam and avoid maintenance. Among the challenges, the remote site location, the conditions of the facing and of the plinth, and the difficult climate. The article describes how design addressed such challenges and how installation was carried out to meet the objectives and deadlines.

Chambon dam: a Struggle against AAR
© Springer Vieweg | Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH (6/2016)
Chambon, a 137 m high concrete gravity dam completed in 1935, is affected by heavy AAR. A series of slot cutting and a drained exposed PVC geomembrane were completed in 1994 and provided an extension of service of 20 years. After new studies and the agreement of the authorities, EDF decided in 2013 to carry out new slot cutting, to reinforce the crown by a system of tendons and carbon bands and to install a new geomembrane.

Planning and Design of Kemah Arch Dam in a Very Strong Seismic Region
© Springer Vieweg | Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH (6/2016)
The Kemah arch dam is situated in Turkey close to the Eurasian Seismic Zone, where the peak ground acceleration of a 2 500-year earthquake reaches to a value of 0.70g. In this paper, the planning and design of the arch dam are reported besides presentation of main features of the project. Based on the results of geological and geotechnical investigation including the karstic foundation, shape of the arch dam was optimized using the time-history approach to cope with the extraordinary seismic loading, and the stresses in the arch dam and foundation were analysed in each time step. Based on the determined tensile and compressive stresses, the required concrete classes were accordingly defined.

Deformation Behavior of Sanibey Dam Concrete Slab Joints
© Springer Vieweg | Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH (6/2016)
The 130.0 m high Sanibey Dam is located on Seyhan River in the southern part of Turkey. Construction of CFRD, concrete faced rockfill dam, was completed at the beginning of 2010 and full reservoir level was reached in 2011. The goal of this study is to present the prediction of joint movements to be expected during impounding, based on the observed settlements as monitored during construction for Sanibey Dam. For this purpose, first, the actual construction stages are modeled in finite element model according to the real construction schedule and then, material properties are obtained from back analysis of construction stage. Finally, instrumentation readings of impounding stage are compared with calculated joint displacement values and discussed.

Restrictions on Fisheries in the Multi-Level System of Governance (‘Cascade System’) in Light of EU Law
© Lexxion Verlagsgesellschaft mbH (10/2011)
Overfishing has very negative consequences for the food web; not only for the ‘target species’ but for the marine ecosystem as a whole. It also impacts on biodiversity, which must be preserved and, where necessary, restored. The establishment of protected areas is currently one of the instruments recognised as a means to facilitate the con-servation of marine ecosystems.

Membrane Filtration of Wastewater Split Flows originating from Paper Industry and Biological Wastewater Treatment of the generated Membrane Concentrates
© DIV Deutscher Industrieverlag GmbH (9/2011)
Wastewater effluents from deinking- and TMP processes were taken and were concentrated in 2 stages consisting of ultra- and nanofi ltration. Futher more, the concentrates were biologically treated with a single aerobic and a hybrid anaerobic-aerobic process. With a continuous anaerobic reactor and an aerobic SBR reactor experiments were conducted to study the variations in hydraulic retention time (HRT), food to biomass ratio (F/M) and wastewater concentrate. For the deinking wastewater concentrate, an overall average COD elimination of 51 % and 57 % was achieved for aerobic and anaerobic-aerobic treatment, respectively. Single stage aerobic treatment of TMP wastewater concentrate had an mean COD elimination effi ciency of 61 % and the hybrid anaerobic-aerobic treatment yielded 73 %. The temperature in the aerobic biological SBR reactor was kept stable at 30 °C with an F/M ratio between 0.01 and 0.5 gBOD5/(gSS ¡ d).

Biofilms on aged Materials in Household Installation Systems
© DIV Deutscher Industrieverlag GmbH (8/2010)
The causes of contamination originate in the water itself and on materials in contact with water. Drinking water is not sterile and does not have to be. Water treatment plants’ strategy consists in removing the nutrients that bacteria feed on to produce “biostable” drinking water. This allows in many cases chlorination to be avoided. But it is known that even biologically stable drinking water with very low nutrient content still contains micro-organisms. These micro-organisms can multiply themselves if they encounter nutrients.

Sanitary Engineering Structure and Prerequisite in Minas Gerais, Brazil
© DIV Deutscher Industrieverlag GmbH (8/2010)
Introducing a Decentralised Water Treatment Plant

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