MOTYGINSKAYA HYDROPOWER PLANT IMPACT ON DOWNSTREAM ICE PROCESSES

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The article seeks to conduct research on the possible consequences on existing regimes of the Angara River after the construction of Motyginskaya hydropower plant. Commissioning not only will make significant changes in the existing microclimate of the upstream, but also will violate the existing ice regimes of the Lower Angara. Thorough studies of the effects and model creations of existing regimes changes can contribute to a change in the project in order to prevent possible catastrophic consequences.

A V Shtil

People’s Friendship University of Russia

Department of hydraulics and hydrotechnical construction Engineering faculty

N K Ponomarev

People’s Friendship University of Russia

Department of hydraulics and hydrotechnical construction Engineering faculty

I I Gritsuk

People’s Friendship University of Russia; Russian Academy of Sciences Water Problems Institute

Department of hydraulics and hydrotechnical construction Engineering faculty

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