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altClient: Electric Power Industry of Serbia/Iron Gate Hydroelectric Power Plants LLC
Project Manager: Đulija Boreli Zdravković, MSc, CE
Analyst: Goran Jevtić, GE

This Study addresses altered bank filtration conditions in the Sava alluvion due to the operation of the Iron Gate Hydroelectric Power Plants. Raw groundwater is currently abstracted from the aquifer by means of water wells and, following treatment at water conditioning facilities, delivered to Belgrade’s drinking water distribution system. The Study is being developed in two main phases and several sub-phases.

Its objectives are:

  • Phase I: To review the availability of relevant indicators, develop a work methodology, and establish monitoring;
  • Phases IIA and IIB: To develop a hydrogeological model and a hydrodynamic model of the aquifer and of the conditions of recharge from the river during the 2006-2007 period, and to conduct project-specific investigations;
  • Phase IIIC: To identify recharge conditions for the “initial” state which corresponds to the 1982/1983 period, and to interpret collected data.

Садашње стање нивоа подземних вода

The hydrogeological setting within the studied portion of the Sava River alluvion required the following software to be used for hydrogeological and hydrodynamic modeling:

  • Rockworks database for hydrogeological modeling, and
  • MOD-FLOW 2000 for the hydrodynamic model of the aquifer.

Completed activities include:

  • Development of a hydrodynamic model of the Quaternary aquifer (surface area 100 km2), including 70 water wells and covering 20 km of the river. The model represents a four-layer medium with two pervious and two semi-pervious layers of heterogeneous characteristics, and contains more than 160,000 active cells;
  • Model calibration under unsteady conditions recorded during the groundwater and surface water monitoring period from 2005 to October 2007. Model calibration was used to assess the characteristics of the medium (hydraulic conductivities) and the current rate of infiltration from the river;
  • 1982 aquifer regime data were prepared for further analyses within the scope of the Study;
  • Automated monitoring facilities were installed under the river channel to record water temperatures and pressures.

The proposed methodology calls for the following:

  • Study variation over time of two typical states of the aquifer (1982 and 2005), through calibration of the rate of infiltration. The river/porous medium interface was defined via the k/d parameter for the “river” boundary condition in the model;
  • Perform a highly-sensitive assessment of the variation in the psammologic regime caused by the operation of the Iron Gate HPP’s. A survey of the riverbed revealed that there are no significant river channel deformation trends in the studied area (varying hydrologic and psammologic conditions result in a layered bedload structure, with alternating sandy and silty interlayers);
  • Install instruments directly in the water-bearing sediments under the Sava River channel to monitor, at least in part, and quantify the above conditions;
  • Identify aquifer recharge variation based on hydrodynamic calculations, and interpret results through analysis of groundwater monitoring data recorded directly under the river channel, as well as conduct hydrologic and psammologic analyses.

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