In the last decade, the understanding of the importance of safety, debris, ice and security booms has increased rapidly. However, the state of the art in the design of booms has proceeded relatively slowly in comparison. In this presentation, David Bonin, Senior Engineer, Hydrotechnical at Hatch, will discuss past boom failures and lessons learned to advance industry understanding of boom design; Jim Miller, Chair or National Hydropower Association Operational Excellence program will discuss how to learn from and prevent reoccurrence of events by information sharing and Andy Peters, Director of Markets for Pacific Netting Products will provide a site specific exampe of boom design.
Sponsored By Pacific Netting Products
PNP provides exclusion, guidance, and collection solutions for debris, fish, algae and silt; products and services that enhance generation output, protect environment and satisfy regulatory concerns. Our solutions include supply of Multi-Function Booms™; barrier and guidance structures that are deployed in the tail race or forebay, designed to last the life of your project, providing superior efficiency with minimal costs.
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Sponsored By Hatch
Hatch is a Canadian based employee-owned, multidisciplinary professional services firm with over 9,000 technical staff in 65 Offices worldwide. Hatch has provided hydroelectric power engineering and water resources services to governments, electric utilities, and private developers for over 90 years in more than 110 countries.
Sponsored By National Hydropower Association (NHA)
The National Hydropower Association (NHA) is a nonprofit national association dedicated to promoting the growth of clean, affordable U.S. hydropower. It seeks to secure hydropower’s place as a climate-friendly, renewable and reliable energy source that serves national environmental, energy, and economic policy objectives.
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