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    Hydropower Development 1-17

    Hydropower Development 1-17

    Hydropower Development 1-17

    Hydropower Development 1-17

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    4 999,-

    ISBN:

    9788200015321

    Forlag:

    NTNU, Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology

    Trykkeår:

    2003

    Utgitt:

    2003

    Alder:

    Voksen

    Hydropower Development 1-17
    NTNU, Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology
    9788200015321

    Haugenboks omtale:

    Book series: Hydropower Development Norwegian perspective on Hydropower Development Experience from more than a hundred years of hydropower development is presented for the first time in a series of books dealing with the total sphere of topics involved. Traditionally, knowledge about hydropo LES MER wer planning and development has been transferred to younger professionals through their close and continuous working relationships with older colleagues. Not all of this knowledge has been properly documented, and there are few recent books covering all the themes. We have set out to change that, and the result is this series of seventeen up-to-date volumes on hydropower development. Although hydropower technology is a global one, the series reflects Norwegian experience. This is due to Norway's special topography, geology and climate. Setting out Norwegian hydropower experience will be of great value to engineers engaged in the planning, construction and operation of hydropower plants all over the world. LES MINDRE Haugenboks omtale Book series: Hydropower Development Norwegian perspective on Hydropower Development Experience from more than a hundred years of hydropower development is presented for the first time in a series of books dealing with the total sphere of topics involved. Traditionally, knowledge about hydropower planning and development has been transferred to younger professionals through their close and continuous working relationships with older colleagues. Not all of this knowledge has been properly documented, and there are few recent books covering all the themes. We have set out to change that, and the result is this series of seventeen up-to-date volumes on hydropower development. Although hydropower technology is a global one, the series reflects Norwegian experience. This is due to Norway's special topography, geology and climate. Setting out Norwegian hydropower experience will be of great value to engineers engaged in the planning, construction and operation of hydropower plants all over the world.

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