Hydraulic study for the anti-flood arrangement of Agios Panteleimonas creek

This study was carried out for the project “HYDRAULIC STUDY FOR THE FLOOD PROTECTION OF AGIOS PANTELEIMONAS CREEK” in the Regional Unit of Halkidiki, in the Region of Central Macedonia. Here the aim is to study water saving projects that prevent flooding and specifically to prepare the necessary hydraulic calculations in one (1) selected dam construction site, upon which a definitive hydraulic study will be drafted. The purpose of the study is to construct a retention dam for rainwater and surface water on the upstream of the settlement, in order to enable anti-flood protection of the settlement of Agios Panteleimon.

Information

The preparation of the definitive hydraulic study is carried out taking into account various elements that have already been gathered. These are:

  • Various data (on-the-spot identification of problems, etc.).
  • Maps of the Military Geographical Service (G.Y.S.), scale 1:50,000 (“Vasilika” and “Polygyros” Map Sheets).
  • 1:5,000 scale maps of the study area from the Military Geographical Service
  • Topographic map of the area.
  • At the same time, in order to obtain an in-depth view of this study’s area and collect other necessary studies – data, multiple autopsies were carried out in the responsible Services.
  • For a more complete protection againsts floods in the area and for the preparation of necessary hydrological and hydraulic calculations, the following legislation has also been taken into account:
    1. “Implementation of Directive 2007/60/EC – Preparation of Rainfall Curves at Country Level”, Ministry of Environment and Energy – Special Secretariat for Water, 2016
    2. “Management Plan for the River Basins of the River Basin Districct of Central Macedonia (EL 10)”, Ministry of Environment and Energy – Special Secretariat for Water, 2014
    “Flood Risk Management Plan of the River Catchment Areas of the River Basin District of Central Macedonia (GR 10)”, Ministry of Environment and Energy – Special Secretariat for Water, 2017

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