Dillingen power plant
|Dillingen power plant|
|place||Dillingen on the Danube|
|Kilometers of water||km 2538.95|
|owner||Middle Donau Krafte AG|
|operator||Bayerische Elektrizitätswerke GmbH|
|Start of operation||1981|
|Bottleneck performance||7.4 megawatts|
height of fall
|Expansion flow||190 m³ / s|
|Standard work capacity||45.4 million kWh / year|
|Turbines||2 Kaplan turbines|
The power plant went into operation in 1981 and is part of the Danube barrage Dillingen at river kilometer 2538.95. The power station, which is equipped with two turbine sets, is designed for a water volume of around 190 m³ / s. Two Kaplan turbines drive two generators with a nominal output of 3.7 megawatts each with a corresponding standard energy capacity of the power plant of 45.4 million kWh . The weir of the barrage consists of three fields and the power house on the left. There is a boat lock on the right bank .
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