Thursday Aug 22, 2019
Design of Zola Reservoir Dam and Appurtenat Structurs
Regulation of Zola River water for irrigation of some part of Salmas plain and Qarabagh (85.3 million cubic meters) and supplying drinking water to Salmas and Tazehshahr up to 12 million cubic meters and power generation up to 1.2 MW.
Future
2018/09/29
2018/10/17
Manager

West Azarbaijan Regional Water Company

Goals

Regulation of Zola River water for irrigation of some part of Salmas plain and Qarabagh (85.3 million cubic meters) and supplying drinking water to Salmas and Tazehshahr up to 12 million cubic meters and power generation up to 1.2 MW.

Schedule

1st and 2nd phase studies and supervision (3rd Phase)

Executive Actions

Dam type: Earth dam with clay core

Engineering specifications: 83m height, crest length: 323 m, free-overflow ogee spillway at right abutment with a capacity of 925 m3/s, the reservoir volume at normal level: 72 million m3

Basin: Northwest highlands on Iran-Turkey border

Average annual discharge: 151.30 million cubic meters

Implementation Cost: 650 billion IRR (2001 to 2015)

Geography Location

West Azarbaijan Province, North Urmia, and West Salmas