Assessment 3 - Solutions

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Asse 1. Dams that divert water cause sed 2. Sedimentation from dam and hyd reduce the overall contamination concentrations of pollutants th areas.) 3. Some typical examples of water 4. In hydroelectric facilities, turbine 5. The amount of electricity that ca that the water drops, but rather is that can be generated at a hydr rate. 6. Maximum flow rate and maximu (FALSE: maximum flow rate a power.) 7. Maximum flow rate for a turbine a. When the turbines extrac b. When the turbines extrac c. When the change in head d. When the major losses fro 8. At low values of specific speed ( a. Low and the increases in b. High and the decreases in c. Low and the decreases in d. High and the increase in h sessment 3 – Solutions diment to drop out and collect in reservoir bottom droelectric facilities results in less concentration n of the area. (FALSE: Collection of sedimenta at are in the sediment that ultimately result in
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2011 for the course ME 650:474 taught by Professor Cook during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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