REDUCING THE EFFECTS CAUSED BY FLOODS, THROUGH HYDROLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS MADE AT THE CLUJ-NAPOCA HYDROMETRIC STATION
Due to the specific climate, the territory of Romania is frequently affected by floods. This work aims to highlight the way in which the main hydrological parameters of the Somesul Mic River are taken and processed, at its entrance into the Cluj-Napoca Municipality, in order to combat the phenomenon of flooding. The hydrometric station, which is a component part of the Somesul Mic hydropower complex, has the role of controlling the regime of the waters coming for the most part after the processing carried out by the upstream hydropower plants. This regime consists of determinations related to: water level and depth, flow rate, liquid and solid flows, water temperature, evaporation from the water surface, measurements on meteorological elements, collection of water samples for physical-chemical analyses. Within the automatic station there is the zonal dispatcher from the Somesul Mic hydrographic basin. Its centralized system consists of a software package implemented on a networkable IBM PC computer called "HIDROSIS" for the purpose of monitoring basin parameters (levels, temperatures, precipitation and water quality).
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