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Lower St. Anthony Falls (LSAF) lock and dam are located on the Mississippi River in the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota. LSAF forms part of the inland waterway navigation system and was built by the government in the 1950s. It consists of a main lock and an uncompleted auxiliary lock.
In Verona’s district of Chievo, a dam and adjacent ship lock was built in the 19th century on the Adige river to establish the Camuzzoni canal.
Located at an active navigation lock on the Danube River near Vienna, Austria, the 25-unit HYDROMATRIX module has been commissioned in early March 2000. The module generates power during both the fill and drain periods of lock operation. This requires the turbine-generator units to operate in both flow directions.
Customer: VERBUND Hydropower AG
The Nussdorf Hydromatrix plant is located downstream of the Schemerl weir at the intake of the Danube canal at Nussdorf on the outskirts of the city of Vienna. The weir, together with its two radial gates and the canal, are part of the city’s flood protection system.
Ashta Hydromatrix power plant
The Agonitz plant is located on the upper reaches of the Steyr river in Austria. Prior to modernization and upgrading of the existing plant, ANDRITZ HYDRO had the opportunity to conduct prototype tests with a Hydromatrix as well as with its newly developed StrafloMatrix.