diversion canal

diversion canal

[də′vər·zhən kə‚nal]
(civil engineering)
An artificial channel for diverting water from one place to another.
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Work began last year and the construction of a pump house, substations, transmission lines, a main diversion canal and lateral canals, access roads and other structures are supposed to be finished later this year.
Attempts to establish a water treatment facility have been frustrated by the very aqueduct that allows Winnipeg clean drinking water: the Shoal Lake Band was forced to relocate during its construction in 1919, and were cut off from the mainland when a diversion canal turned the peninsula they had settled on into an island.
Works on construction of a diversion canal and other basic facilities for Naryn-1 HPP and Ak-Bulun HPP are held.
Tammany Parish officials ordered a mandatory evacuation of areas south of the Pearl River diversion canal, for fear a lock on a canal will fail.
The concrete faced rock fill dam is divided into a diversion dam, diversion canal, three side dams and three main dams with 22 million cubic meters capacity and the area of the dam's lake is 6, 3 square kilometers.
Summary: Caucasus Energy & Infrastructure (NRGY GG) announced that it began construction of a diversion canal as a part of its main construction project, the 46MW Mtkvari HPP.
irrigation runoff from the end of a discreet diversion canal passing through the border fence.
The plan faces many obstacles, but Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin reportedly wants to leave the diversion canal as a monument to his rule.
diversion canal will effectively end whitewater rafting on the Cangrejal and thus jeopardize efforts to attract additional tourism to nearby La Ceiba.
The Libmanan-Cabusao dam project includes the construction of a 10.28-kilometer diversion canal and support structures.