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2019 Issues

The International Journal on Hydropower & Dams and associated publications are essential reading for anyone in the field of water resources development, dam engineering or hydroelectric power.

Issue One / January

Regional focus - Asia

  • Hydro and dams in Asia
  • Spillway design
  • Sedimentation and climate
  • PIDA Week report

Issue Two / March

Regional focus - Africa

  • Regional hydropower schemes
  • Embankment dams
  • Integrated regional development
  • Francis turbine technology
  • Mini/micro hydro and rural electrification
  • + Special publication: Regional Map – Africa

Extra circulation: AFRICA 2019, Namibia

Issue Three / May

ICOLD  Special Issue/North America

  • Dams and hydro in Canada and USA
  • Pumped storage
  • Dam safety
  • Instrumentation
  • Environmental and social management
  • Tunnels and tunnelling

Extra circulation: ICOLD 2019, Canada

Issue Four / August

Regional focus - Australasia

  • Software systems and cyber security
  • Project design and planning
  • Multipurpose dams
  • Marine energy

World Atlas & Industry Guide / September

2019 Edition

  • Comments
  • Statistical tables
  • World survey
  • Industry Guide
  • +Special publication: World Map of Hydropower & Dams

Issue Five / October

Regional focus - Europe

  • Dams in Portugal
  • Fish protection
  • Powerplant safety
  • Managing hydropower assets
  • Upgrading and refurbishment
  • Pelton turbine technology

Extra circulation: HYDRO 2019, Portugal

International Journal of Hydropower & Dams - upcoming issue

Issue Six / December

Regional focus - Latin America

  • Electrical engineering
  • Kaplan turbine technology
  • CFRDs
  • Gates and valves
  • Hydromechanical equipment

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