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Effect of the Aerobic Level on the Protection and Utilization of Intergranular Aquifers in Serbia

Effect of the Aerobic Level on the Protection and Utilization of Intergranular Aquifers in Serbia ...

Study of Extreme Hydrologic Events (Floods and Droughts) in Serbia

Project Manager: Professor Dr. Stevan ProhaskaJaroslav Černi Institute for the Development of Water...

Development and Application of Pressure, Impact and Risk Assessment Methods

Development and Application of Pressure, Impact and Risk Assessment Methods in Connection with the...

Research and Development of a New and Original Technology

Research and Development of a New and Original Technology and Related Equipment for Pulse Electric...

  • Effect of the Aerobic Level on the Protection and Utilization of Intergranular Aquifers in Serbia

    Monday, 28 June 2010 14:33
  • Study of Extreme Hydrologic Events (Floods and Droughts) in Serbia

    Monday, 28 June 2010 14:47
  • Development and Application of Pressure, Impact and Risk Assessment Methods

    Monday, 28 June 2010 14:43
  • Causes of Disastrous Landslides and Rockfalls, and their Impact on the Management of Water Resources

    Monday, 28 June 2010 14:53
  • Research and Development of a New and Original Technology

    Monday, 28 June 2010 14:57
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Department of Scientific Research and Information Technology: Selected Projects
Effect of the Aerobic Level on the Protection and Utilization of Intergranular Aquifers in Serbia PDF Print E-mail

Effect of the Aerobic Level on the Protection and Utilization of Intergranular Aquifers in Serbia

altProject: ТР 22014

Project Manager: Professor Dr. Milan A. Dimkić, CE

Project Participants: Jaroslav Černi Institute for the Development of Water Resources, and the School of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade

Beneficiaries: Serbian Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management/Water Directorate; Belgrade Water and Sewerage Utility; Naissus Utility of Niš; and Iron Gate Hydroelectric Power Plants

 

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Study of Extreme Hydrologic Events (Floods and Droughts) in Serbia PDF Print E-mail

altProject Manager: Professor Dr. Stevan Prohaska
Jaroslav Černi Institute for the Development of Water Resources

Floods and droughts impact sustainable development and social conditions. To reduce the risks of extreme hydrologic events, protection capacities and resources should be upgraded and synchronized with science and technology advances on an ongoing basis. Proper training of all flood and drought protection participants is of primary importance. The development of appropriate procedures and mathematical models, and the use of modern equipment to monitor relevant parameters, can considerably mitigate the adverse effects of extreme events.

Two years ago, the Serbian Ministry of Science and Technological Development commissioned JCI to undertake a scientific research project (ТР-22005) with the goal of developing methods and procedures for the assessment of extreme hydro-meteorological events: floods and droughts. In addition to JCI, project participants included:

  • The School of Agriculture, University of Belgrade;
  • The School of Civil Engineering and Architecture, University of Niš; and
  • The School of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade.

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Development and Application of Pressure, Impact and Risk Assessment Methods PDF Print E-mail
Development and Application of Pressure, Impact and Risk Assessment Methods in Connection with the Implementation of the EU Water Framework Directive (WFD, 2000/60/EC)

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Project Manager: Dr. Božidar Stojanović
Project Duration: 1 April 2008 – 31 March 2010
Implemented by: Jaroslav Černi Institute for the Development of Water Resources
Beneficiary: Serbian Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management/Water Directorate

Project Environment

The EU Water Framework Directive (WFD/2000) establishes a new approach to the management of water resources in the European Union, harmonizes European water policies, and encourages sustainable use of water. Serbia is an active participant in the implementation of the WFD, based on its commitments under the Convention on Co-operation for the Protection and Sustainable Use of the Danube River and its membership in the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR).

Assessment of pressures and impacts is one of the key phases of WFD implementation, a fact which led to the proposal of this project. The purpose of the project was to provide scientific and technical groundwork for WFD implementation in Serbia.

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Causes of Disastrous Landslides and Rockfalls, and their Impact on the Management of Water Resources PDF Print E-mail

 

altProject: ТР 2010
Project Duration: 1 April 2008 to 31 March 2010
Project Manager: Prof. Dr. Duško Sunarić
Project Team: Dr. V. Anđelković; Dr. N. Stojnić; Prof. Dr. D. Jevremenović; Dr. B. Abolmasov; Doc. Ž. Lazarević; S. Djurić; B. Ljumović; R. Vasić; S. Nedeljković; and M. Lolin

Landslides, rockfalls, and mudflows are phenomena inherent in unstable soils and are widespread in Serbia. Landslides measuring millions of cubic meters are deemed to be natural disasters. They are especially dangerous if they obstruct streams and create large lakes. Erosion of these natural dams can result in treacherous flood waves. There are many examples of such events in Serbia, including Ovčar Banja (on the Zapadna Morava River), Zavoj (on the Visočica River), and Jovac (on the Jovac River). The infamous Joc Rockfall (in the Danube River Basin, near the entrance to the Iron Gate Gorge), dammed 1/3 of the river channel, obstructed the flow, backed-up river traffic on the Danube, and interrupted road traffic for nearly six months.

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Research and Development of a New and Original Technology PDF Print E-mail
Research and Development of a New and Original Technology and Related Equipment for Pulse Electric Discharges in Water for the Construction and Water Industries

altProject: ТР-16002
Project Manager: Dr. Milenko B. Jevtić
Jaroslav Černi Institute for the Development of Water Resources

Based on in-depth studies of the theoretical background of mathematical physics and electrical engineering, the authors of this new technology researched the effects of pulse electric discharges in water and applied the outcomes of this research to benefit the construction and water industries. Namely, theoretical research revealed that pulse electric discharges in water create powerful electrohydrodynamic shock waves which can be exploited by these industries.

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