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My New Publication: “Power intake size optimization for economical hydropower”, Results in Engineering, Elsevier BV, ScienceDirect, September 2022

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Engineering Manager (Civil) Larsen & Tourbo Ltd.

Mega Hydropower Projects - Civil Engineering Design, development & innovation. Hydraulics expert. 12 Years

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I am glad to share with you that the final open access version of my article “Power intake size optimization for economical hydropower ” has been published in Results in Engineering Volume 15, September 2022, 100572 and available on ScienceDirect. Results in Engineering (RINENG) is a Gold Open Access Journal, published by Elsevier BV, Country: Netherlands. The benefit of the Gold Open Access publication is that the final version of the said article is freely and permanently accessible for everyone. For long-term costs and benefits of energy sales, the optimal size power intake suggested in this study can be adopted for million dollars saving. The Article link is as follows: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rineng.2022.100572
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Matt Chester on Sep 9, 2022

Thanks for sharing, Satyajeet! Have you gotten interest from hydropower operators yet to discuss with you and learn more about how to integrate these lessons? 

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Thank Satyajeet for the Post!
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