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“SEDIMENT WORKSHOP 2020 With Focus on "Sediment Management in RoR Hydropower Projects" 26 November - 2 December 2020 Kathmandu, Nepal
The International Centre for Hydropower (ICH), Norway and Hydro Lab, Nepal proudly invite you to an international workshop on "Sediment Management in RoR Hydropower Projects" in Nepal. This workshop will offer you lectures, laboratory demonstrations and field excursions. The workshop creates awareness and disseminate knowledge on sedimentation engineering and successful sediment management strategies.
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Sediment Management in Hydropower Development and Operation, 2018

An international workshop with the theme 'Sediment Management in Hydropower Development and Operation' held on 02 - 08 October 2018 in Kathmandu, Nepal has been successfully completed. The workshop was jointly organized by Hydro Lab, Nepal and International Centre for Hydropower (ICH), Norway. It was the eighth workshop in a series jointly organized by Hydro Lab and ICH since 2001.

The workshop was attended by 24 participants from 5 different countries namely Bhutan, Colombia, Ethiopia, Pakistan and Nepal. The participants were professionals from different governmental and private organizations including developers, consultants, academicians and researchers.

The weeklong workshop at Hotel Himalaya, Lalitpur, began with lectures conducted by the experienced professionals from academic institutions, hydropower developers, research organizations and consulting firms, who shared their experiences on various topics related to the main theme of the workshop. Besides lectures, the workshop also included demonstrations of physical hydraulic models and the relevant laboratory experiments at Hydro Lab for acquiring practical knowledge on sediment management in hydropower and a field visit to Jure landslide and Sunkoshi Hydropower plant. Besides the lectures, willing participants were also given an opportunity to present and share their experiences during country presentations.

Following are the topics of the lectures conducted in the workshop:

1. Key note lecture on Cost of sediment in Hydropower Operation
2. River dynamics and theory of sediment transport
3. Sediment data collection and processing
4. Use of sediment data in the planning and design of Hydropower Project in Himalayas
5. Hydraulic design of headworks for RoR hydropower projects on sediment loaded rivers
6. Sediment induced turbine erosion and sediment friendly turbine design
7. Design and operation of settling basins
8. Design of headworks structures
9. Handling of bed load at the headworks of RoR hydropower projects
10. Physical hydraulic modelling - a tool for headworks design in steep sediment loaded rivers
11. Daily peaking reservoirs in sediment loaded rivers: a case of Kabeli A HPP, Nepal 12. Performance Improvement of the headworks of Kaligandaki A HPP through physical modelling 13. Reservoir sedimentation; monitoring and management for sustainability
14. Sediment management in BPC's hydropower plants/projects
15. Lessons learnt from the Sediment Management in Khimti I Hydropower Plant, Nepal
16. Operation and sediment management in NEA's Hydropower Plants, Nepal
17. Sediment management for PROR project using sediment bypass tunnel
18. Sustainable operation of peaking reservoirs on sediment loaded rivers
19. Cost-effective Sediment Handling in RoR Hydropower Plants
20. Turbine Efficiency Measurement at Power Plants Exposed to Sediment: The Thermodynamic Method
The closing of workshop programme and certificate distribution were done at Himalayan Horizon, Dhulikhel on 7th October 2018.

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