ZBORNIK RADOVATHE INFLUENCE OF HYDROLOGIC LAKES AND ACCUMULATED MANAGEMENT ON THE PROCESS POURING OF THE LAKE
7. MEĐUNARODNE KONFERENCIJE
SAVREMENA DOSTIGNUĆA U GRAĐEVINARSTVU 2019 , 2019.god., str. 785-791
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|Autor : Tokić, Mufid; Galamić, Anadel; Hrnjadović, Jasmin; Kovčić, Omer
|According to the available existing documentation and various previous
studies, the flow of water into the "Modrac" accumulation is not defined directly, by
measuring the flows on the main creek Spreca and Turija, but indirectly, over the level
and volume of the accumulation, as well as data on the discharge of water from the
In this way, a series of average daily values of inflow into accumulation was obtained for
the period from 1980 to 2012. year. Interpretation of these data was done in the form of
variation of annual inflows in the observed period, as well as average flow curve curves.
By reviewing the previous measurements and surveys, it can be concluded that there is a
more pronounced cyclicality of inflows over a longer period of time, with driers of dry
and rainy periods.
On the other hand, having in mind the natural correlation between the inflow of water and
the spread of the deposit, it is logical to hypothesize that at the time of the hydrological
maximum, the input is higher in the accumulation.
Another important indicator of the hydrological regime of the lake is the duration of the
inflow into the accumulation "Modrac". This curve points to the vast hydrological regime
of the watercourse in the basin of the reservoir. In this regard, it should be noted that all
watercourses in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region, with a basin area of up to 1000
km2, have such a regime. Bearing in mind the similarity of physical and geographical
conditions in the region, this analogy is quite logical. The hectic hydrological regime is
characterized by a short duration of large waters and a very long duration of small water,
as well as a large flow range (Qmax / Qmin).
|hydrological regime, accumulation, inflow, application, curve flow, catchment area