Super Tamor Hydropower Project (155 MW)

The Project located in Taplejung district of Mechi Zone in Eastern Development Region of Nepal. Geographically, the project area is located between longitude of 87˚45’37” E to 87˚49’32” E and latitude of 27˚34’07” N to 27˚39’00” N. This project is a run-of-river type project that utilizes a discharge of 25.16 m3/s from Tamor River, flowing from North to South. It utilizes the natural head about 745m. The major civil structures of the project are ogee shaped diversion weir, side intake, under sluice, gravel trap, settling basin, approach canal, headrace tunnel, surge shaft, surface penstock pipe, powerhouse and tailrace canal.

The DCS is taking lead for the following work on the behalf of ITECO Nepal,  for this purpose Mr Laxman Aryal is working as a Hydraulic Expert ;

  • Sediment Study and river routing
  • Project Layout, site selection and optimization of the structures
  • Sizing of the civil components, intake size, settling basin arrangement, stilling basin design, Flood routing, Surge tank design & transient analysis, Power house cavern sizing and unit optimization including tailrace design.
  • Checking option for Peaking & ROR
The team of expert during site visit (21 to 27 April 2017)

 

The ITECO is taking this work from the client whereas the DCS is sub consultant for hydraulic design works.