Radeburg I storage facility
|Radeburg I storage facility|
|Coordinates||51 ° 12 '53 " N , 13 ° 44' 28" E|
|Data on the structure|
|Height above valley floor:||6.5 m|
|Height above foundation level :||10 m|
|Height of the structure crown:||148.95 m|
|Crown length:||270 m|
|Slope slope on the water side :||1: 3|
|Data on the reservoir|
|Altitude (at congestion destination )||148 m|
|Water surface||37 ha|
|Storage space||0.69 million m³|
|Total storage space :||0.85 million m³|
|Catchment area||303 km²|
The Radeburg I reservoir (Radeburger Stausee or Röderstausee) was built in 1937–1939, but was not put into operation until 1951. It is located at the Radeburg exit of the Dresden – Berlin motorway ( A 13 ). The barrier dam, an earth dam with an inclined inner seal made of clay, is part of the motorway embankment . The Große Röder is dammed .
The system is used for flood protection , low water elevation , drinking and service water supply in conjunction with the Radeburg II storage facility, and local recreation . If necessary, water is fed into the Radeburg II reservoir via a distribution channel.
There is a campsite right by the reservoir .
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