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Exploring the viability of low head hydro in Colorado's existing irrigation infrastructure : final report
Low head hydro, final report (At head of title)
Low head turbines
Applegate Group, Inc.
Colorado. Department of Agriculture.
Colorado State University. Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory.
Colorado State University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory
Fort Collins, Colo.
This study focuses on low head technologies which can be productively installed in existing constrained waterways that were originally intended for delivering irrigation water, a hydropower area that appears to be lacking in overall knowledge. A number of low cost, low head turbines have recently been introduced to the market, but are unknown to Colorado's water users. The purpose of this study is to provide relevant information to agriculturally-related water users on the opportunities that may exist to implement low head hydropower on their systems.
prepared by Applegate Group, Inc. [and] Colorado State University, Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering ; prepared for Colorado Department of Agriculture, Advancing Colorado's Renewable Energy Program.
"AG File No. 10-101."
Includes bibliographical references.
Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed August 2018)
1 online resouce (72 pages) : illustrations