regulating reservoir

regulating reservoir

[′reg·yə‚lād·iŋ ′rez·əv‚wär]
(civil engineering)
A reservoir that regulates the flow in a water-distributing system.
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Benedict and appropriate irrigation block, comprising the following infrastructure: lifting conduct regulating reservoir, irrigation network can integrate a sobrepressora to about 3 500 ha, automation system and remote management and network drainage.
For eight days, media visited key places including an underground regulating reservoir of Tokyo's Kanda River, where a 2kilometerlong tunnel was completed in 1998.
Llyn Brenig is a regulating reservoir for the Dee, and the mile-long dam that caps it was completed in 1976, having taken three years to build.
The forebay is a regulating reservoir for the power plant and is not open to the public.
Contract notice: Supply tubing and parts reinforced polyester fiberglass (grp) for the work of "improvement and modernisation of irrigation of the community irrigation canal zorita (salamanca), phase ii: network irrigation regulating reservoir and remote control.
In 2004, responsibility for regulating reservoirs passed from the local authority to the Environment Agency, with which Mr Peterson says he has no quarrel.
This system of regulating reservoirs, canals, and pipelines has been supplying eastern Washington State since the 1950s with its most precious commodity, water.
GECs proposed investments primarily consist of small run-of-river hydropower projects with installed capacities of less than 10MW and regulating reservoirs of less than 100,000m3 in capacity.
20 for the construction project for capturing high and the lines between the new catchment area valdellins and regulating reservoirs for supply benissanet (ribera d~ebre, tarregona).
Facility infrastructure: a dam (total storage capacity: 960,000 cubic meters), three regulating reservoirs (capacity of each: 1,960 cubic meters), irrigation water channels (main channels: 28 kilometers, secondary water distribution network: 27 kilometers), a water pump, and other infrastructure.
The pipes can transport up to 1,000,000 m3 per day as far as the Potable Water Plant, and from there to the regulating reservoirs.