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· .. · · · ··· · · · ··· ··· ·· · 21 .. 2 Project development purposes • • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • • · · · · · · · · · · • · · · • · · • · · · · · · • · · · · · · • • · · · · · · · · · · • • · • · · · · · 10 5. · . 7 Risk assessment for geological hazards · · · ·· · · •· · · · · · · · · · ··· ··· ·· · · · · · · • · · · · · · ·•· · · · ·· · · ·· ·· · •· · · · · ·• · ·· · ·• · · · · · · · 19 7..... ··· ······ ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ······ 2 Normative References · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · · ··· · · · · · · · · · · · · ··· · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · · · ··· · · · · · · ·· · · · · ·· · · · · · · · 2 3 General Provisions · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · ·· · · ·· · · · ··· · · · · · · ··· · · · ·· · · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · ··· · ·· · · · ··· · ·· ··· · · · ··· · · · ··· · ·· ··· ·· · 3 4 Executive Summary ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 6 5 Project Development Purposes and Necessities · · · ··· · ·· ·· · ········ · ·· · · ·· ··· ·· · ·· · ·· · ··· ····· · ··· · · · · · · ·· · 10 5. 5 Engineering geological conditions of selected dam-site and main structures layout plan · • · · · · • • • · · · • · · · · · · · · · · · 17 7....... 4 Comparison on engineering geological conditions of alternative dam-sites and dam-site selection · · · · · • · · · · · • • • · 17 7... DL/T 5020-2007 Contents Foreword Scope ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· . · ·· · • · · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · • ·• •· · · · · •· · ·•· •· · · •· · · · · · · · ·· ··· · ·• ·•· ·•· . · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · .. 6 Natural building materials . 8 Stage-discharge relation curves of design sections · · · · · • · · · · · · · · · · · · • • • · • • · • · • · · • · · • · • • · · • · · · • · · · · · • · · • · · • • • • · • • • 14 6. • ..... · · · . · · · • • · • · · • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • · • · · · • · 14 6. 5 Floods ••· ·•· ··· ··· •·· ••· ··• ·•· ··· ··· ·•• ••• ··· ··· ·•· •·• ··· ··· ··· ··• ··· ··· ··· ··· ·•· ··• ••• ·•• ··· •·· ··• ··· ••• ·•• ••• ··· 13 6. · · · · · · · • . 5 Figures and tables · · · · • · · · · · · · · · • · · ~ • • · · · · · · · · • · · · · • · · · • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • · · · · · • · · · · · • · · • · • · ·· · · · · · · · • · · · · · • · · • · · • • 11 6 Hydrology and Sediment ·· · · · · · · · ··· ·· · · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · ··· · · · · ·· ··· ··· ·· · ··· ··· ·· · ··· · · · · · · ·· · · · · ··· ··· · · · · · · ·· · ·· · 12 6... · ••• ··• ·• · 20 7... · · · · · · · . 2 Regional tectonic stability · · · · · · • · • · . · .. · · ·· · · · · . 9 Network of hydrologic and sediment monitoring stations and automated hydrologic telemetry system 14 6.... 2 Meteorology · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • · • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • · · • · · · · · · · · · • · • · • · • · · • · • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • · · · · · • • • • · • · · • • · • · · · · · · · · 12 6. · · · • · · · · • · · · · · · • • • · • · • • · · · · · • · · · · · · · · · • · • · • • • · • • · •• · • · • • • 14 6.. ··· · ·· · ·· ·· · .... · . · • · · • · · · · • • · · · · • • • · • • · · · · · · · • • · • · · · · • · • • · · · · · · · · · · · • · · • · · · · · · · · • • · · · · · • · · · · · · • 16 7.. 10 Others · · · · · · · · · ·· · · ·• · · · ·· · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · ·· · · · · · · • ·· ·• · ·· · · · · · · · · ·· •· · · · · ·• · · ·• ·• · •· • · · • •·· • ·• · · · · · · 14 6. ·· · .. 1 General · • · • · · · · · · · · · · · · • · · · · • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • · · • · · • · · · · · · · · • • • • · • · • • · · · · · · · · · · · • • · · · · •• · · • • • • • • • • · • • · • • • • • · • · • · · 10 5. 7 Sediment · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . 4 Project development necessities · · · · · · · · • · • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • • · · · · · · • · · • • · · · · · · · · • · · • · · · • · · · · · · • • · · · • • • · • · · • • 11 5. 6 Groundwater · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • · · · · • • · • . · ... · ·· ·· · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · ·· · ·• · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · 19 7..· . · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · ·· · ·· · ·· · · · · · · · ··· . 3 Hydrological information · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • · • • · · · · · · • • • · · · · · · · · · · • · · · · · · · • · • · · · · · · · · · • · · · • · · • • · • • • • · · • · · · · · · · • · · · · · · • · 12 6.· . · · · · · · · ·· · •· · · · · · · · · •· . 1 General · ·· ·•· ·•· · · · •· · ··· · •• ••· • ·• · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · · · •· · · · · · · · · · •· · · ·• •· · ·• · · ·• ••· •· · ·•· ··• ·• · ·· · •· · · · · ·•• · · · •·· ••· ·• · 16 7.... 4 Runoffs · · · · • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • · • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • · · · • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • · • · · · • · · · · · · • · · · · · · · · · • · · · 12 6. 3 Scope of power supply • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • • · · • • · • • • • · · · · • • · • • · · · · • • · • · • · · · • • • · • · · • · • • · · · • • • • · • • · · · · · · · • • · • • · · • • • · · · • · · · 10 5.... ·• · · · · 20 8 Project Scale · · · · · · · · · ··· ··· ·· · . 11 Figures and tables · · · · · • · • · · · · · · · • · · · · · · · · • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • • · · • · • · • · · · · · · · · · • · · · • • • • · • • · • • · · · · · · • • • · · · • • • · • • · · · · · · 15 7 En gineering Geology · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 16 7.. · · · · · · · • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • · . 9 Figures and appendixes ·• · · · · ... 3 Engineering geologic conditions of reservoir area · · · · · · · · · · • · · · · · · • · · · · · · • · · · · · · · · • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 16 7. 1 River basin overview · · · · • · • · · · · · · · · · · · · • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • · · · • · · · • · · · · · · · · • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · • · • • · · · · · · · · · 12 6. · · • · · · · · · . · · · · · · .. · ·· .... 8 Conclusions · · · · · · . · · ... · ...

· · · · ... · · · . · ..4 Minimum operating level · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . · · · · · · · · · · · · . ··· ··· · · · ·· · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · ·· ·· · · · · · · · 40 10. · ... · .. 9 Slope engineering ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 37 9. · . · · · · · · · · · · . · · · · . · . · · · · . 12 Summary bill of quantities .. · .. · · · · · · · ...... · .. · . · · . · . · · · · · · · · · · . · ... 40 10. · · · · ..... · · .. · · · · · . · · . 8 Dimensions of waterway system · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . 6 Type and number of generating units · · · .. · 32 9. · . · · · . · · · .. · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · .. · ...... · · · · .. · · . · . · · ... · . · · · · · ·· . · · · ... · .. · · · ~ · · · · · · · · .. 5 Arrangement of electromechanical equipment · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . · · · ·· · .. 5 Water release and energy dissipation structures · · · · · · · .... 41 10... · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . · .. · · .... · ... · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 23 8. · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . · · . · · . · . 7 Rated head of turbine · · · · · · · · · · · · · .... · · · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · · ... · . · · . · · · · . 6 Water conveyance structures .. · · .. · · .. 1 Design basis and basic information ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 31 9.. · 30 9 Project Layout and Structures · . · · . · · · ·· · · · · · .. · ··· · 38 9... · · · · · · . · . · · · ..... · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . · ··· · .. · . · · · · .. · .. · · ... · · · . · . · .. · ....... · ... 7 HVAC ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 45 10... · .. · · · . · . · . · ..... · · · · · · · 35 9.. · .. · · ·· · ·· · · · · · .. · 34 9. · . · . · · · · · · . · .. · .. · .. 14 Initial impoundment .. · · · · · 45 11 Fire Protection Design ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 47 . · · · · · · · · · · 43 10. · · · · · · · · . · · · · · · · · . · . protection and communication ..... · . · . · · · · · . · ..... · . · .. · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ... · · · · · · · . · · · · · · .. · . 38 9.. 8 Summary sheets of specifications and number of main equipment · · · · · · · · · · ·· ··· · ··· ·· · . · · · · · · · · · · · · · .. 5 Installed capacity · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . 2 Hydraulic machinery · · · .. 13 Figures and appendixes .... 3 Flood control limit level and operation control level · · · ... · · · · · · · .. · · · · · · · · .. · · 45 10. · · · · · ... dam axis and project la yout ··· ·· · · ·· · · · .. · · . · . · · ... 10 Navigation ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 26 8. · .. · . · · · · · · · ... · · ·· · · · · · · · · . · · · . · · . · ..... · · ... · · . · .. · .. · · · .. · · · · · · 38 10 Electromechanical Engineering and Metal Structures ··· ··· ··· ··· 40 10... · . · · · · · · · 29 8..... · . · · . · · .. · . · · ... · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . 1 General provision ·· · · .. · · .. · · · · · . · . 3 Dam type....... 6 Metal structures ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 43 10... 13 I Sedim ent flushing analysis and backwater computation · · · . · .... · · · · · · · · ... · . · · . · . · . · · · · · · ··· .... · .. · · · · · · · · · · · · . · · · · · · · · · 25 8. · . · ... 4 Water retaining structures · · · .. · · ·· · ·· .DL/T 5020-2007 8.. 1 Kinetic water energy calculation ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 21 8. 12 Irrigation ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 27 8.. · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 24 8.... · ··· · · ··· · · · · · · · · .. · · · · · · · · · · · · . · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 23 8. · · · · · · · · · · . · ··· ··· ·· · ··· ·· · · · · · · · ·· · · · · ··· · ·· · · · · · · · ... 7 Powerhouse and switchyard ... · · · . · · . · . · · · . · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . · .. · · · · ...... · .. · · · · . · · . · · · · · . 15 Operation mode · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · : · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · '· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 29 8.. · · · · · .. · ...... · .. 2 Full supply level ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 22 8. 9 Flood control ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 26 8.. · 33 9. 4 Control.. · ..... · .. · · · .... · · · · · · · · · · · ... · .. · · ... · · · · · · · · · · .... · · · · 36 9... · . · · · · . · · · · . · · · · · · . · . · ... 3 Electrical system · · · · · · · · · ·· · ·· · · ·· · · · . · .... 16 Figures and tables · · · · · · · · · · · · ........ · · · · · · · .. · . · · · · ..... · . · · ·. · . · ......... 11 Water supply .. · · · · · · · ...... · · · . · . · . · ..... · · · · · · · · ... · . · · · · · · ... · · · · . · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . · · · · · · · · . · · · · · ....... · ... · . · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · .. · .. · 31 9. · · · · · · · .. 2 Dam and powerhouse sites ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 31 9......... ·· · 40 10. · · · · · · · · · · 27 8... · · · · · . · . · · · ·· · · ·· ··· ··· · ·· ·· · ·· · · · · · · · ·· ··· · · · ·· · · · · 31 9.. 8 Navigation structures . 9 Figures · · · · · · · ·· .. · · · ··· · · · .. · . · . · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 25 8. · 38 9... 11 Layout and landscaping plan of production and living areas . · . · · . · . · · · . · · · · · · · · · · · · · . 10 Safety monitoring . · 28 8.... · . ·· · .... · · .. · .. · . · · · ... · . · · · · · · · · · · · · · .. · · ..... · · · · ..... · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 26 8.... · · ...... · .

2 River diversion during construction 49 12. 10 Figures and special reports.. 58 13 Construcio t n Land Acquisition and Resettlement · · · · · · .. 4 Design of environmental protection works and design of water and soil conservation measures ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 65 14. · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 67 14. 12 Post-resettlement support · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ..... ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 69 . 3 Water and soil conservation program · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ..... · · · · · · · · · · · · · 63 13. 10 Analysis of temporary use of land and balance analysis of land acquisition and compensation ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 63 13.. · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · .4 Master resettlement plan 60 13. 7 Handling of special works 62 13. 5 Construction transportation 54 12.. 5 Environmental monitoring and water and soil conservation monitoring plan · · · · · · · · · · · · . ·· · · · · ·· · · ·· · · · ··· · ·· ·· · ··· ·· · ·· · · · · · ·· ··· · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · 67 15 Labor Safety and Industrial Hygiene .... · · · · · · · 64 14 Design of Environmental Protection and Water and Soil Conservation ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· . DL/1' 5020-2007 11. 9 Supply of construction resources · · · · · · ·· · ··· · · · . 8 Cost estimate for environmental protection soil and works and water conservation works · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · .. 3 Selection of material sources and exploitation of borrow I quarry areas · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . tables and figures ·· · ·· · ··· ·· · · · · · · · . · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 56 12. · . 63 13. 2 Scope of construction land acquisition ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 60 13. · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 61 13.. Project overview and general design scheme of fire protection system ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 47 11.. 7 General construction layout · · · · · · · ... ··· 65 14.... · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . · · · 67 14. ··· ··· .3 Physical Indexes · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . 11 Compensation cost estimate · · · · · · · · · · · · · . 8 Reservoir basin clearance 62 13. 1 General provision · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 60 13... 10 Appendixes. 9 Conclusions and suggestions · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · .. · ··· ··· · ·· ·· · ·· · ·· · · · · ··· ··· ··· · ·· ·· · ·· · · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · ··· ·· · · · · 57 12. 6 Resettlement of cities and towns · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . 8 Master construction schedule · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · · ·· · · · ··· · . · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 48 12 Construction Organization Design ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 49 12. 2 Environmental im pact assessment · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 66 14. 1 Overview ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 65 14. 6 Environmental management plan · · · · · · · · · · · · · .. · · · · · · . · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 51 12. 7 Implementation plan of environmental protection and water and soil conservation · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ... 6 Construction plants and facilities · · · ··· ·· · · · · ·· · ·· · · · · · · · ·· · · ·· · · · · ·· ·· · · · · ··· ·· · ··· · · · · · · · · · · ·· · · · ·· · · · · ·· · · ·· ·· · 55 12.. · 66 14. · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 65 14.. 5 Rural resettlement · · · · · · · · · · · · . · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 60 13. 9 Environmental protection and water and soil conservation ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 63 13.. ··· ··· ··· . · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 65 14. · · · · · · · · · · · · 62 13. 14 Appendixes and figures · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . · · · · · · .... 3 Figures and tables · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · . ·· · ··· ··· ··· ··· ·· · · ·· ·· · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · ·· · · ·· ··· 56 12.. 1 Construction conditions ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 49 (: i 12.. 2 Project fire protection design ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 47 11... · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 60 13.. · · · · 67 14.. 13 Implementation organization design ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 63 13.4 Construction of main works 52 12. · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · .. · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · .

· · .. · .. · .. · · .. 1 General provisions ··· 69 15. · . · · ... · · · ... · ... 2 References and basic information 72 16... · . · . · . • . · . · . · ...... · .. · ..... • • .. · .... · . · . · . · . · .. · ... · . · . · .. · . 1 General provisions · · · 81 18. · . · . · . · . 1 General .. · 72 16.. · . · . · ... and energy consumption indicators for operation period 73 16. · . · 70 15.... · .. · . · . · 69 15. · . · . · .. · . • .. · . · · . • • . 5 Analysis on type and quantity of energy consumption. · ....... · · . • .... · . · ... 7 Analysis on energy conservation benefit analysis · . · . · . · · .... · ....... 8 Figures and tables .... · .. · . 3 Appendixes ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· ··· 79 18 Economic Evaluation 81 18. · . · ... • . · .. · 001• . · . · 76 17... · 81 18. · 72 '.. · · . · . · · ...... • . · · · ...... · .... · .. · ... · ..... · . · . · . • . · ..... · .. · .... · ... · . 4 Project safety design .. · . · 81 18... · · . · . · .. · ..... · 71 15.... · ......... · . · · ... · .... · . 5 Regional and macro-economic analysis · .... · . · .. · .. · . • . · .. · .: . · · . • .. · .. · · .. • . · .. 1 Explanatory notes · · . · .. · . · .... 4 Analysis on types and quantity of energy consumption. · · . · . · .... · . · . · . · .. · ·· · . · . 3 Analysis of major risks and hazards .. · .. · . · ..j 16. · 76 17..... · . · · . · .. · . · . · . · · .. · · ... · . · . 4 Risk analysis ....... · .. · .. · · . · .. · .. · · . · ... · . · 82 18... · . · · . · . · . · . · . · .. · 70 I 15. · ... · 78 17. 7 Figures and tables · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 82 Appendix A (Normative) · · 84 !. · .. 6 Principal energy conservation measures · · · . · . · . · . · . · . · . • .. 3 Overall energy conservation benefit of the project . 6 Safety management during operation period . · . · .. · .... · ....... · ... · · ..... · . · · . · .. · .. · · .... · .. · · . · . · . ·1 DL/T 5020-2007 1 .. · . · . · . · . · ..... · . · ... · .. · . · ... · . · . · . · 71 16 Energy Conservation Analysis 72 16. and energy consumption indicators for construction period ... · . · .. · .. · 82 18.. · . · · . · 75 16.... 5 Safety and hygiene during construction period . · .. • ... · · . · · · · . · . · . · 72 16.. · · . · · . · . · 74 16. · . · . · ... · . • .. · . · . · .. · . 7 Special investment for labor safety and industrial hygiene .. · . · · .. · . · .. · .. · ....... · 69 15... 2 Project overview . · ..... • ... · .. · .. · .. · ... · .... 3 Financial evaluation . ·. · .. · .. · . · .. · .... · .. · · .... · ..... · ...... · . · . • ...... · . · .. · . · ..... · .. · .... 2 National economic evaluation . · .. · .. • . · . · . · . · .. • . • . · ... · . · .. · .. · .. · . • . • . · .. · .. · .. · .. · . · ... · . · ..... · . · . · .. · . · .... · · . · . · . · 75 17 Design Estimates ··· · ... · ... · .. · ...... · · .. · .. • ... · ... · .. · . · .. · · .. · ... · · · · .......•• 15.. · . · ..... · . · ..... · ... · .. · ... · .... · . · . · .. · . · .. · · . · . · .. • . • . · . · .... · .... · ... · . · ·· · . · ..... · . · . · .. · ...... · .... · ...... · ... · ... · .. · . · · . · . · . · . · ... 6 Economic evaluation conclusions · · 82 18.... · . · .... · .. · .. 8 Appendixes and figures . · .. · . · . · ... · . · .. ·· . · .... · . · .. · . · . · ... · · ..... · . · ... • 69 I I 15. · ...... · . · ... · . 2 Tables of estimates · . · . · . · . · . · · .. · . · . · . · .. · .... · . · . · ...... · . · ... · . · · . · .. · · . · .. · . · .... · · .

GU Hongbin. DAI Kangjun.· . WANG Fuqiang. YANG Zhigang. WANG Shanchun and ZHANG Xihua . HYDROCHI NA Xibei Engi• neering Corporation and HYDROCHINA Chengdu Engineering Corporation. reviewed and approved by HYDROCHINA CORPORATION and China Renewable Energy Engineering Institute. HU Ping.sh version of this standard has been jointly prepared. LI Tongshu and ZHAO Liangying. MA Li. DANG Lingcai. ZHOU Jianping. HYDROCH INA Zhong nan Engineering Corporation. TU Donghua. ZHONG Tingying.ted by the China Renewable Energy Engineering Institute. NIU Wenbin. GUO Jianxin. WEI Xiaowan. HUANG Xiaohui. LIU Xiaofen. This standard was draf. ZHANG Dongsheng. The leading authors of this standard: WANG Baile. . CAI Pin. YU Qinggui. YU Kui. The Engli. WANG Huiming. LI Yuejun. '. The English version of this standard was translated by YUAN Hairong. and reviewed by WU Hehe.. DL/T 5020-2007 Foreword The standard Code for Preparation of Hydroelectric Project Feasibility Study Report was first issued in 1995 and revised in 2007. LIN Zhaohui. HYDROCHINA Kunming Engineering Corporation.

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This standard may also serve as a reference to preparation of feasibility study reports on rehabilitation or reinforcement of existing hydropower projects and new I . This standard is applicable to preparation of feasibility study reports on large and medium-sized hv• dropower projects and pumped storage power projects (hereinafter referred to as hydropower pro• jects) to be constructed or expanded. extents and requirements for preparation of feasibility study reports of hydropower projects. small-sized hydropower projects. work procedures. I:_ 1. 1 1 .DL/T so20~2007 DL/T 5020-2007 1 Scope This standard specifies the principles. contents.

. through reference in this text. However. parties to agreements based on this standard are encour• aged to investigate the possibility of applying the most recent editions of the documents indicated below. For dated references. or revisions of. GB 50201 Flood Control Standard I GB 50287 Specification for Hydropower Engineering Geological Investigation I.DL/T so20~2007 DL/T 5020-2007 2 Normative References The following documents contain provisions which. jects I DL 5061 Specification for Labor Safety and Industrial Hygiene Design of Water Resources and Hydropower Projects DL/T 5064 Specification for Land Acquisition and Resettlement Planning of Hydropower Proje• cts DL/T 5073 Specification for Seismic Design of Hydraulic Structures DL/T 5089 Specification for Sediment Design of Hydropower and Water Resources Projects DL/T 5186 Electrical-mechanical Design Code of Hydropower Plant DL/T 5105 Specifications on Water Conservancy Computation of Hydroelectric Projects DL/T 5180 Classification and Safety Standard of Structures of Hydropower Projects I I i. constitute provi• sions of this standard. any of these publications do not apply. subsequent amendments to. For undated references the latest edition of the documents referred to applies. 2 2 . DL/T 5015 Specification on Energy Economy Design of Water Resources and Hydroelectric Pro• t.

4 The feasibility study report shall follow the principles of safety. identify the engineering geological conditions of sites of all structures of the c a selected scheme. elevations and work quantities of main p structures. the e r axes. the work contents and extents may be reasonably expanded or increased if required. 3. layout. o w ( 6) Check the project grade and design criteria. routes. 0. structural types. reliability. and on the basis of the approved pre-feasibility study report. Technical and economic demonstra• t e tion shall be made on the new materials. 0. workmanship. control dimensions. and favorable benefits. work contents and extents specified in this standard. ll e make comparative studies on the engineering geological conditions of alternative dam sites. as well as the requirements on prepara• tion of the reports. rejected or emphasized in preparation of the feasibility study reports. The investors are required to submit applications for approval of the project to be invested to the government au• thorities responsible for investment. technical feasibil• D e ity. compliance with actual conditions. n s (2) Identify the hydrological parameters and hydrological results. and determine the general layout of the project. and present relevant comments and conclusions. 5 The main contents and extents of feasibility study reports shall meet the following require• n e ments: t h ( 1) Determine the project development purposes and specific requirements. la 3 3 . the invest• ment and construction of hydropower projects are subject to project approval system. ( laws and regulations. 0.DL/T so20~2007 DL/T 5020-2007 3 General Provisions 3. 0. dam (sluice) site. and powerhouse site. 3 The preparation of feasibility study report shall follow the relevant governmental policies. etc. c it (4) Determine the project site. 2 Hydropower project feasibility study reports shall be prepared in accordance with the princi• ples. identify the reservoir engineering geological conditions. 3. and demonstrate its e i necessities. and conduct a detailed investiga• p a tion for natural construction materials. m i 3. Some of work contents and extents may be retained. and describe the f p operation requirements and modes of the project. The hydropower project feasibility study report is the main ba• sis for preparation of the application report. for very important large hydropower projects or complicated hydropower projects. y o (5) Determine the reservoir full supply level and other characteristic water levels. 7 ) 3. 0. dam ax• d es and main structures. depending on types of projects. structures and equipment recommended in r the feasibility study report. 1 According to the decision of the State Council on reform of investment system. t a (3) Check the regional tectonic stability.

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switch station type. prepare a cost estimate of foreign investment. 1. and rehabilitation of other facilities and equipment manufacturing. protection and telecommunication systems. (5) Special report on selection of reservoir full supply level. I· I< (10) Determine the scope of land acquisition. 5 5 . and in the event of a pr ject with foreign investment. (3) Agreements and key information on multi-purposes of the project. (6) Special report on general construction layout planning. propose the land acquisition and resettlement planning. (4) Water resources demonstration report of hydropower projects. and the master construction schedule. ( 13) Make analysis on energy conservation and emission redu tion during construction and operation periods. environmental monitoring planning and ·environmental management requirements. and prepare the cost es• timation for compensation. design schemes for con• trol.DL/T so20~2007 DL/T 5020-2007 unit discharge. ( 15) Conduct a national economic evaluation and financial evaluation a d draw up conclusions for e• conomic evaluation. conduct an overall survey of physical indexes within the land acquisition.··· (2) Review comments on the special reports. (9) Select the site access and transportation scheme. the environ• mental monitoring and water and soil conservation planning. 0. (12) Propose the labor safety and industrial hygiene scheme. diversion criteria and diversion scheme. main electrical connection and types and arrangement of main electromechanical equipment. connection to power system. (7) Flood control assessment report. (11) Propose the environmental protection and water and oil conservation measures. auxiliary construction plants and facilities. and minutes of impo tant meetings at the feasibility study stage. on-site accesses. con• struction methods of main works. propose the selection of material sources and mining planning. 6 The feasibility study report shall have the following appendixes when necessary: (1) Review comments on the pre-feasibility stud report. (14) Prepare a project cost estimate. dedicated projects of railways and roads. the type of construction diversion. gen• eral construction layout. and the types and layout of gates and hoists of hy• draulic structures. the physical indexes within land acquisition and resettlement. and assess the energy utilization efficiency. (8) Propose the fire protection scheme and main facilities. 3. number of units.

(8) Design report on automated hydrologic telemetry system. DL/T so20~2007 DL/T 5020-2007 6 6 .

I·· 3. 7 The feasibility study report shall be prepared in compliance with the provisions of Chapters 4 through 18 herein. (11) Planning and design report on land acquisition and resettlement. (12) Environmental impact assessment report. with "Executive Summary" as Chapter 1. ( 13) Water and soi I conservation plan report. 0. and so forth. (14) Labor safety and industrial hygiene pre-assessment report. i (15) Other special reports.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T so20~2007 (9) Geological hazard risk assessment report. 5 5 . (10) Hydraulic model test report.

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4 Executive Summary

4. 0. 1 General

Brief the geographical location of the project, project development necessities, main conclusions
and review comments of the pre-feasibility study report and the investigation and design work
process, as well as the agreements reached with the relevant authorities and local governments.

4. 0. 2 Project development purposes and necessities

Brief the conditions of economic development and river development in the region where the project
is located, and the roles and functions of the project in the watershed development; give an account
of the present status and development plan of the power system of the power supply areas, as well
as the role of the power plant in the power system; describe the role of the project to play in the in•
dustrial and agricultural production and the livelihood in the region where multipurposes of flood con•
trol, water supply and navigation are required; and brief the project development necessities.

4. O. 3 Hydrology and sediment

Brief the natural conditions of the project locality, including geographic location, watershed and riv•
er system, and topography etc. ; and the information on meteorology, hydrology, sediment, water
quality and groundwater; and explain the main characteristic values and analysis results.

4. O. 4 Engineering geology

Brief the review comments on the regional geological and tectonic stability, the engineering geolog•
ical conditions in reservoir area and its review comments, and geological conditions in dam area, and
the major engineering geological problems of each alternative damsite and axis and the conclusions of
comparative studies; the engineering geological conditions and assessment comments of the select•
ed damsite and project layout scheme; the physical and mechanical properties and parameters of rock
(soil) mass; the main investigation results and assessment comments of natural building materials.

4. O. 5 Project scale

Brief the project scale, kinetic energy calculation results, various characteristic values, dispatch
principles, operation mode, multipurpose benefits and the various economic and technical indica• tors.

4. 0. 6 Project Layout and main structures
Brief the project size, grade and design criteria; factors considered in the comparative studies of the I . .. .

project sites dam/ sluice sites, powerhouse sites and the conclusions of the comparative studies; lo•
cations of the selected project sites, dam/ sluice sites, powerhouse sites; comparisons and conclu•
sions of their axes and general layouts; layouts, types and main dimensions of selected main struc•
tures, modes of operation and flood release, and measures for foundation treatment and seepage
control.

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4. 0. 7 Electromechanical engineering and hydraulic steel structures

Brief the type selection and arrangement of the turbine-generator units and other main electro me•
chanical equipment, mode of connection to the power system; main electrical connection scheme,
design schemes of control, protection and communication, type selection and arrangementof hydro•
mechanical equipment; general design schemeof HVAC.

4. O. 8 Fire protection

Brief the fire protection design schemeand main facilities.

4. O. 9 Construction managementplanning

Brief the construction conditions, diversion scheme, selection of material sources and mining of
borrow/quarry area, construction methods of main works, construction accesses, auxiliary con•
struction plants, general construction layout, construction schedule, supply of construction re•
sources and planning of construction land acquisition.

4. O. 10 land acquisition and resettiement

Brief the socio-economic situation, resource status and development plan of the areas involved in
land acquisition; the design process, criteria for reservoir inundation treatment, scope and physical
indexes of land acquisition, resettlement plan, town relocation plan, post-resettlement support
plan; and cost estimate for land acquisition and resettlement compensation.

4. 0.11 Environmental protection design

Brief the main conclusions of the environmental impact assessment report, and the water and soil
conservation report, and the approval comments of the competent authority; the main basis for the
design of environmental protection and water and soil conservation and the main measures against
the adverse effects; and the environmental protection measures and the investment dedicated to the
water and soil conservation works.

4. O. 12 Water and soil conservation design
Brief the basis for the design of water and soil conservation, the main measuresto be adopted, and
the dedicated investment.
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Brief the main conclusions and review comments of the safety pre-assessment report; and the basic
contents and dedicated investment of the labor safety and industrial hygiene scheme.

4. O. 14 Analysis of energy conservation and emission reduction

Brief the role of the hydropower project in regional economic development in terms of energy-saving
and emission reduction, the variety and quantity of energy consumption and utilization efficiency of

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11) Sketch of reservoir inundation area. 1) Geographic location map. 3) Project layout sketch (photos of perspective drawings if necessary). 0. 8) Layout of construction diversion works. tables and appendixes (1) Figures. 12) Layout of resettlement works. (2) Tables. 0. static investment. 15 Cost estimate Brief the principles and basis of cost estimate. 1) Project characteristics table (see Appendix A for the characteristics table of hydropower plant projects). investment compositions and annual investment. 18 Figures. 2) Longitudinal profile of the river on cascade developments. total investment. 14) General layout of environmental protection works. 8 8 . 5) Project layout and profiles of main structures. 10) Master construction schedule. 9) General construction layout. 0. 13) General layout of resettlement works for cities and towns. longitudinal and transversal engineering geological sections of main structures. 4. 4. 0. 17 Conclusions and suggestions Summarize the conclusions of the project development and make some suggestions on future work. 4. 4) Engineering geological map of the project area. 6) Geographic connection of the power system and main electrical connection of the power sta• tion.DL/T so20~2007 DL/T 5020-2007 4. 7) Project site accessibility. 16 Economic evaluation Brief the main results and conclusions of economic evaluation.

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summary bill of quantities. (3) Appendixes. and annual investments. Key approval documents and agreements related to the project.DL/T so20~2007 DL/T 5020-2007 3) Physical indexes. 4) Summary cost estimate. compensation cost of land acquisition. I···--: 1 1 0 0 .

3. and information on disasters. 5 Brief the present status and existing problems of the power sources and power grid. investigations and survey. navigation. analyze the trends of regional power demand growth. 2. 2. and analyze the characteristics of margin~I power demand. . . II . 3. 5. industry and transport. 2 Coordinate the requirements of various departments. . touris m. 2 Analyze and determine the design basis for the project including the design target year etc. and the power source development plan in the possible power supply area. desilting. irrigation.• I 5. water supply.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 5 Project Develo ment Purposes and Necessities I 5. · 5. characteristics of power supply and demand. 1 According to the multipurpose utilization plan of the riverbasin and the hydropower plan of the river Creach). 5. and on the basis of the pre-feasibility study. 5. 1 Brief the scope of power supply. identify the present status of power generation. water and energy resources. a brief description of the proposed site and planning shall be presented. envi• ronmental protection. flood control. 2 Project development purposes 5. . the position and advantage of the region in the national economic devel• opment. and predict the load levels and load characteristics. Brief the findings and review conclusions of the project at the pre-feasibility study stage.. ice control. 3 Scope of power supply 5. 1 General Brief the findings of river (reach) planning where the project is located and the main review conclu• I sions as well as of the present status of development and utilization. 3. 3. . 3 State the roles and benefits of the project. 5. the status quo of agricul• ture. the conditions of land. and propose the possible scope of power supply. as well as the water resources and energy development and supply. analyze the various objectives that the project could possibly achieve. 1 1 1 1 . the characteristics of energy constitution and the degree of development. 4 Analyze the history of power demand growth and changes of load characteristics of the pos• sible power supply area. development conditions. For pumped storage power sta• l tions. 5. fishery. geographical location. minerals. 3. and propose project development purposes and priorities. and installed capacity of the power station in the power development plan. 2. and analyze and study the requirements of mul• tipurpose development of the project. 5. and in light of the national long-term plan and the regional economic devel• opment plan. 3 Brief the social and economic situation of the region where the project is located and the possible power supply area. in consideration of the actual conditions of the project.

for projects of long distance and inter-regional power transmission. 3. analyze and state the necessity and rationality of the inter-regional power transmission in the light of power DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 1 1 2 2 .5. analyze its role in each of the possible supply area. 6 In light of the size and power supply characteristics of the project.

5. 5. 5. and justify the necessity of hydropower development by referring to the power development plan and from the perspective of the rational u• tilization of energy resources. point out the role and function of the project in the regional o• verall planning or professional planning for the river basin (reaches) where the project is located. describe the integrated water resources development plan and the multipurpose benefits of this project. 1 1 3 3 . 4. station and the extension project) shall be proposed. 1 Figures ( 1) Sketch of cascade developments on the river (reaches). 4 Project development necessities 5. the power source shall be selected through optimization. 5 Analyze the positive role of the project in promoting the regional social and economic devel• opment. 5. 4. 5 Figures and tables 5. the power demand and the power market potential in the power supply area. 5. 5. and describe the demands of other multipurposes on the project. 2 Tables River planning results table. DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 transmission plan. 4. and demonstrate and propose the scope of power supply. and demonstrate the project development necessities. environmental and economic benefits of the project. 5. and the dynamic role of this project in the power system shall be calculated and analyzed. 5. 5. and analyze the technical and economic rationalities of the project. resettlement and environmental protection on the project. 2 Brief the conditions of regional energy resources. 3 Describe the impacts of land acquisition. 4 Outline the construction conditions and economic indexes of the project. (4) Others. 1 Analyze and verify the present status of the power industry. for a pumped storage power station or an extension project that gives priority to the benefit of capaci• ty. 4. 4. (2) Geographical connection of the power system in the power supply area (current and future). and a long-term scope of power supply if necessary. the economic and rational peak regula• tion means for the design target year (including the installed capacity of the pumped storage power . (3) Sketch of multipurpose developments in the river basin (river reaches). the peaking power sources shall be distributed in a rational way. 6 Make a comprehensive analysis on the social. 5. 4.

the low water flows and their durations recorded at the gauging stations. carry out the calculation and interpolation so as to restore the yearly and monthly runoffs.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 I. 6. 3. 2. 1 Describe the comments and conclusions of justification studies made on runoff series and their representativeness.:-:t.. and describe the influence of human activ• ities such as water resources and hydropower development and water and soil conservation facilities upstream and downstream of the river. 6. 6. runoff at the local length of catchment so as to determine the statistical parameters of yearly runoff and low-flow runoff at the project site. . 1 Brief the distribution of the hydrological stations in the river basin. and operation and meas• urements of main hydrological stations. 2 Meteorology 6. 2 Processing and review of hydrologic data.". 3. (1) Describe the compilation and review of the additional data obtained after the pre-feasibility study report is prepared. and in consideration of the review comments and require• ments of the pre-feasibility study report. and analyze the characteristics of low-flow runoff. Analyze and verify the representa• tiveness of runoff series. 4. 1 River basin overview Brief the geographic.. (2) Based on the additional information. 2 Based on the meteorological information obtained after the preparation of the pre-feasibility study report. river basin and river characteristics. 6. 6.. 4 Runoffs 6. 4.. the investigation results of histori• cal low flows. 12 14 14 . and around the project area. and check the analysis results of runoff series and their representative• ness. check the characteristic values of the main meteorological elements in the river basin ~. and the I·. 6. check and verify if any corrections are required. and give a detailed account of big floods occurred recently. 3 Hydrological inf rmation 6. and put forward the runoff calculation results. 2 Runoff calculation. ( 1) Carry out calculation for the runoff at the gauging stations on which the design is based. : I 6 yd ology and Sed· ent 6.. 2. indicate the characteristics of temporal and spatial distribution of runoffs. 1 Brief the distribution of meteorological stations and the observation data in the river basin and its surroundings.

DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 12 15 15 . and select the representative segment (year).(2) Describe the principles for selection of the representative segment (year) for runoff regulation.

6. 6. and prepare the spe• cial report on probable maximum flood if necessary. and design flood. 5 Probable maximum flood. stages.. 6 Stage design flood. 5. and analyze the characteristics of flood hydro• graphs. flow concentra• tion. computation for parameters and adoption of data. Describe the calculation methods and parameters for design flood of inflow.DL/T so20~2007 DL/T 5020-2007 (3) Analyze the runoff calculation results after the runoff data is renewed. it is necessary to indicate the parameters af• I . draw up (or derive) the design flood hydrograph. 6. 6. 3 Design Flood. and put forward the results. 5. 5 Floods 6. and compare them with those at the pre-feasibility study stage. including the design storm. ter additional data have been obtained. and analyze the influence of the upstream cascade reservoirs on the design flood of the project. 6. 5. I. 1 Describe in brief the characteristics of storm floods. Describe the principles for staging. 6. I (1) Describe the statistical principles for flood peak and volu e series. (5) For a hydropower plant with a poor regulation reservoir. 5. and choose the typical flood hydrograph. 5. 5. and compare them with the results of pre-feasibility study. 2 Check the historical floods. 7 Composition of flood areas and simultaneous occurrence. and perform frequency cal• culation through reversion. and compare them with those obtained at the pre-feasibility study stage. and put forward the results. i . Estimate the design drainage flow for low-lying ar• 12 16 16 . and analyze their influence on the runoff. 5. computed param• eters and hvdroqraphs . (6) For a pumped storage power station. and compare them with the runoff calculation results at pre-feasibility study stage. calculations for daily runoff of long se• ries or typical years shall be performed depending on data available. Indicate the law of flood area com• position and the characteristics of simultaneous occurrence of flood of the main stream and its tribu• taries. 5. 6. 4 Inflow flood. and describe the methods for estimation of design flood area composition. · I (2) When the design flood is derived from storm data. . 6. principles for selection of peak volumes. 8 Design drainage flow for low-lying areas. an analysis of water sources for replenishment shall be carried out when replenishment of water is required due to insufficient water sources. I I. interpolation and extrapolation analyze anti verify the rationality of cal• culation results. (4) Describe the regulation effects of the upstream cascade reservoir. Describe the calculation methods and parameters for the probable maximum storm and the probable maximum flood. and propose the design flood results. runoff yield..

DL/T so20~2007 DL/T 5020-2007 12 17 17 . and compare it with that at the pre-feasibility study stage. eas on the basis of runoff or storm data. and indicate the design drainage flow for low-lying areas with updated data.

5. discharge relation curves of design sections Review and verify the stage-discharge relation curves of design sections on the basis of the data measured after the pre-feasibility study. In the event of grave ice conditions at the reservoir area or in river reach immediately downstream the damsite. 6. prepare a planning for hydrologic and sediment monitoring station network for the reservoir area.) on con• struction and operation of the project. 6. and check the characteristic values of sediment and particle grading. 9. 6 Groundwater For a project with irrigation and water supply purposes. indicate the reserve. if necessary. 9 Analyze and obtain the design floods for tributaries (ditches) in the reservoir and dam areas. 10. 6. 1 Water quality Describe the water quality in natural state of the river reach on which the project is located and its trend of change. 6. 6. analyze and indicate the possible influence of special ice conditions (ice jams.DL/T so20~2007 DL/T 5020-2007 6. 10 Others 6. 7. 3 Tides 14 18 .. 6. 7 Sediment 6. 2 Ice regime Brief the nature of ice regime in the river reach where the project is located. 1 Present the calculation results of suspended load. 2 Prepare a design report of automated hydrologic telemetry system for the construction and operation periods based on the justification on development of an automated hydrologic telemetry system at the pre-feasibility study stage. ice barrage. 6. 1 In the event of a sediment-laden river. bed load and sediment discharge based on the updated data. 6. 7. 6. 8 Stage . exploitable volume. 7. 9 Network of hydrologic and sediment monitoring stations and automated hydro~ogic telemetry system 6.10. 6. water quality and distribution of surface and groundwater for the irrigation and water supply areas. 2 Put forward the study results of mineral compositions of suspended loads at the dam site as per the design requirements. 9. and put forward the results. etc. 1 O. 3 Present the characteristic values of suspended sediment in the main tributaries of the reser• voir and dam areas as per the design requirements.

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Brief the law of tides and their characteristic levels at the project area, and indicate the characteris•
tics of simultaneous occurrence of tides and floods.

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6. 10. 4 Evaporation from water surface

Describe the observations of evaporation from water surface and the characteristic values of evapo•
ration.

6. 11 Figures and tables

6. 11. 1 Figures
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( 1) Map of water systems in the river basin (indicating the hydrological and meteorological stations
and large and medium-size water resources and hydropower projects).

(2) Major relations for interpolated and extrapolated runoffs, storm floods, storm volumes, and
sediment.

(3) Frequency curves for yearly runoff, runoff and storm in dry season.

(4) Relations between flood peak and volume.

(5) Frequency curves for flood peaks and volumes (storm volumes) of different time intervals.

(6) Hydrographs of typical flood and design flood.

(7) Stage-discharge relation curves of principal design cross-sections.

(8) Gradation curves for suspended load and bed load.

(9) Others.

6.11. 2 Tables

( 1) Yearly and monthly runoff (rainfall) series.

(2) Flood peak and volume (storm) series.

(3) Hydrographs of typical flood and design flood.

(4) Yearly and monthly sediment discharge series.

(5) Others.

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7 E g"neering Geo ogy
7. 1 General

Present the project overview, investigation process and the major engineering geological problems
and findings at the pre-feasibility study stage; brief the comments and conclusions on the aspect
of engineering geology during examination and review of the pre-feasibility study report; and
describe the technical approach, work contents and work quantity at this stage.

7. 2 Regional tectonic stability

7. 2. 1 Regional geology
Describe the regional geology of the project. 1.··.

7. 2. 2 Regional tectonic stability

Describe the findings and conclusions of the pre-feasibility study; and make further studies to verify
the regional tectonic stability providing that additional information on the regional tectonic stability
and seismic activity are available for this stage.

7. 3 Engineering geolo!;Jic conditions of reservoir area

7. 3. 1 Basic geological conditions of reservoir area

Describe the basic engineering geological conditions of ihe reservoir area. The description shall be
made in sections in term of topography, geomorphology, stratigraphy, rock type, geological struc•
ture, physico-geological action, hydrogeology and other aspects according to the size and geological
conditions of the reservoirs.

7.3.2 Reservoir leakage

Assess the reservoir leakage conditions. For a reservoir with leakage problems, particularly in karst
area, describe the topography, stratigraphy, rock type, geological structure, karst and hydro-geo•
logical conditions of the area subject to leakage; analyze the boundary conditions and pattern of the
leakage, predict the amount of leakage and its impact on the project, and propose measures for leak•
age control and dynamic monitoring of ground water.

7. 3. 3 Reservoir shore stability

Assess the stability conditions of the reservoir shore section by section, describe the distribution
ranqe , volume, geological structure, hydro-geological conditions and deformation features of land•
slides and potential instable rock and soil masses in the reservoir area (especially near the dam area,
adjacent to townships, key economic objects and residential areas); discuss the possibility of slope
failure during construction and operation periods, predict the mode and scale of slope failure and its I

impact on the project or environment, and make proposals on treatment measures and monitoring. i
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7. 3. 4 Reservoir immersion

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3. frequency and influence of the potential solid runoffs and make proposals on control measures. etc. 7. 7. and make proposals on remedial measures. 4 Comparison on ngineering geo~ogical conditi ns o alternative dam-sites and dam-site selection 7. 5. geological structure. hydro-geological conditions and the physical and mechanical properties of rock nd soil masses. hydro-geological and seismic geological conditions of the reser• voir. and make a proposal on stablishment of earthquake monitoring stations and network. 'ncluding topography. 7 Engineering geological evaluation f nt areas and special rehabi I lta- tion works Describe the engineering geological conditions of the main resettlement areas. For projects subject to reservoir-in• duced earthquake. geological structure. 3.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 and its adjacent valleys that are liable to immersion. 1 Comparison on engineering geological conditions of. and evaluate the stability of buil ing a eas. rock type. physico-ge logic I phenomena. predict the location. hydro-ge• ological conditions and physical and mechanical properties of rock and soil masses. analyze the possibility of reservoir-induced earthquakes. including topography. type and mag itude of the reservoir-induced earthquake and its impact on the project. 6 Reservoir-induced seismicity Describe the geological structure. stratigraphy. physico-geological phenomena. stratigraphy. geomor• phy. predict the scope and extent as well as the influ• ence of the possible immersion. 4. I geomorphy. 1 Water retaining structures C 1) Describe the basic geological conditions of the selected dam (sluice) site. 7. analyze and estimate the size. it is necessary to address the internal water-logging problems in the karst depressions due to im• mersion upon filling of the reservoir. alter ative damsites Describe the basic geological conditions of the alternative damsites . rehabilitation works and reservoir shore protection works. 7. I I. I· (2) Describe the major engineering geological conditions of alternative dam types and dam (sluice) 18 18 . and present com• ments on engineering geological evaluation for dam-site selection. 5 Engineering geological conditions of selected dam-site and main structures layout plan 7. In the event of karst are• as. 5 Solid runoff State clearly if there are any sources of solid runoffs in large quantities at the reservoir area and its scope. 3. 7. 4. rock type. ! 7. 2 Dam-site selection Describe the major engineering geologic problems of the alter ative damsites.

size. including the location. properties and combination conditions of the soft soi I layers.axes. DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 19 19 .

hydro-geological conditions and physical and mechanical properties of rock and soil masses. distribution features of debris flows and their influence on the head race. propose the parameters of physical and mechanical properties for rock and soil masses. including topography. 7.5. radioactivity. and identify the engineering geologic sections and recommend the treatment meas• ures.: ground water and so on. physico-geological phenomena. and a proposal on selection of the dam (sluice) type and axis. analyze the major engi• neering geological problems. including topography. in the event of headrace on hillside. predict the possibility of immersion. geothermal abnormity. hydrogeological conditions and physical and mechanical properties of rock and soil masses. physico-geological phenomena. put forward recommendations on parameters of physical and mechanical properties for rock and soil masses and measures for foundation treatment. identify the engi• neering geologic sections and surrounding rock classification. and propose the rock masses that can be employed for dam foundation.4 Powerhouse 18 18 . slopes and surrounding rocks of tunnels and caverns as well as the scour-resisting conditions of energy dissipater. (2) Make an assessment on the stability of the foundations and slopes of headrace tunnel portals and surrounding rocks of tunnels of the selected site as well as their seepage stability. 5. geomor• phy. distribution and hy• draulic connection of each aquifer. (3) Assess the stability conditions and permeability properties of the foundation and slope of these• lected head race. hazardous gases. l. DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 weak intercalations. (3) Classify the dam foundation rock masses according to their quality. make a sta• bility assessment on the weir foundation. identify the engineering geologic sections and surrounding rock classification. faults and fractured zones that would have adverse impacts on stability of foun• dations and abutments of the alternative dams (sluices). 2 Water release structures l · <. and gush of under• I. stratigraphy. in• dicate the geostress. including stability against sliding. especially the distribution and characteristics of faults stretching along the river and low-dip weak discontinuities of the alternative dam (sluice) types and axes. 5. 7. empha• size the stability of rock and soil masses. stratigraphy. deformation and seepage stability of the dam foundation. ! ·1 7. rock type. rock type. evaluate the engineering ge• ological conditions of the selected dam type and axis. ( 1) Describe the basic geological conditions of the alternative sites. for deeply-seated headrace tunnels. and recommend measures for foundation and slope treatment. 3 Headrace (water conveyance) structures ( 1) Describe the basic geological conditions of the alternative sites. geological structure. geological structure. and the water level. (2) Describe the engineering geological conditions of selected water-release structures. and make a proposal on the recommended alternative. the physical and mechanical parameters of rock and soil masses and the treatment I· measures. geomor• phy. analyze the major engi• neering geological problems and make a proposal on the recommended alternative.

C 1) Describe the basic geological conditions of the alternative sites. geomor- DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 19 19 . including topography.

rock type. carry out detailed investigation in accordance with Specification for Investigation of Natural Building Materials and put forward the quality assessment comments. in case of underground struc• tures. in particular. 7. stratigraphy. 7 Risk assessmentfor geological hazards 7. physico-geological phenomena. and make the analysis and assessment comments. analyze the major engi• neering geological problems. 6 Temporaryworks for construction Describe the engineering geological conditions of main temporary works for construction. carry out analysis and evalu• ation. (2) Assess the engineering geological conditions of the selected site. ground water gushing. of the foundation and slope stability. 6 Natural building materials 7. classify the surrounding rocks. in case of surface structures. describe the distribution and basic geological conditions of each bor• row /quarry site. such as di• version tunnels (open channels). indicate the geo-stresses. evaluate the stability of portal slopes and surrounding rocks. and put forward the treatment measures. in particular. 6. 5. and assess the engineering geological conditions of the selected alterna• tive. and make a proposal on the recommended alternative. and put forward recommendations on treatment measures. 7. magnitude and direction of geo-stresses. make evaluation. and put forward recommendations on parameters of physical and mechanical properties for rock and soil masses and measures for foundation treatment. propose the artificial aggregates sources and assess• ment comments on the quality. hydro-geological conditions and physical and mechanical properties of rock and soil masses. 3 When materials excavated from the project site are used as embankment materials and artifi• cial aggregates. 5 Navigation structures Describe the engineering geological conditions of the navigation structures. 1 Describe the investigation results of geological hazards for the reservoir areas and main re• settlement areas. make a proposal on the recommended alternative. 7. make a proposal on selection of the location and axis of the powerhouse based on the characteristics of main discontinuities. and geothermal abnormitv. 7. 1 Brief the types and quantity of natural building materials and work extent of field investiga• tions of borrow/quarry areas. 7. 2 For regions lacking natural aggregates. assess the reserves. 6. 7. quality. in thee• vent of large-spanned underground chambers. thickness of available and unavailable layers and their mining and transport conditions. cofferdams and cable crane platforms. make evaluation. in the event of deeply-seated or large-spanned underground powerhous• es. 6. 5. radioactivity. 7. provide the physical and mechanical test results. of stability of portal slopes and surrounding rocks. Emphasis shall be placed on the stability analysis of slopes and foundations. 20 20 . toxic gases.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 phy. In the event of navigation tunnels. and propose the assessment comments on the reserves and quality. geological structure.

I. 2 Describe the investigation results of geological hazards for the project site. 7. I> . '.. and make the a.7. I: DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 21 21 .

(2) Special reports on engineering geological explorations and tests. 1 Figures (1) Regional geologic map or regional tectonic outline map. 7. (10) Distribution of natural building material sources. 8. major engineering geological prob• lems and assessment comments.1 Summarize the principal engineering geologic conditions. (12) Typical borehole logs and developed plans of exploratory pits. 7. 7. (11) Comprehensive geologic map of each borrow/quarry area. 22 22 . (5) Horizontal geologic sections of arch dam and underground powerhouses. (8) Hydrogeologic map of karst regions. (4) Longitudinal and transversal geological sections of main structures. I . 2 Appendixes (1) Approval documents relating to seismic safety assessment report and geological hazard risk as• sessment reports. 8. (2) Engineering geologic map of reservoir area. 9. 7. 2 Make suggestions on geological investigation work at tender design stage. 8 Conclusions 7. I. 7. 3 In light of relevant regulations. 9. (3) Engineering geologic map of project area (with stratigraphic columns). 9 Figures and appendixes i i 7. (6) Geological map of bed rocks at dam C sluice) sites (including contour). prepare a risk assessment report of geological hazards for the project. (7) Permeability profile at dam (sluice) sites. trenches. (9) Engineering geological map pertinent to special problems. adits and shafts. (3) Special study reports on major engineering geological problems. 7.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 nalysis and assessment comments.

describe in brief the criteria for down• 21 21 21 . and de• scribe the runoff characteristics. powerhouse and other structures. Analyze the characteristics and corresponding methods of calculation for runoff regulation for this I. 1:::. when the water source is insufficient to meet the water de• mand. head loss and water loss. 8. the storage curve. tailrace rating curve. and indicate. rationality of sharing of active storage and flood control storage.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 8 P oje t Scale 8. when necessary. for a project with a seasonal or above regulation reservoir. and analyze the utilization of the capacity. analyze the runoff regulation calculation period. and reservoir impoundment scheme after flood season. energy and operating condi• tions of each power source in the power system. ana• lyze the compositions of power sources in the power system and their performances. when necessary. water balance of upper and lower reservoirs. analyze the benefits of the installed capacity and power generation of this project. regulating cycles. i For a project with the task of downstream flood control. process and water supply de• pendability of all sectors. 1 Runoff regulation and energy indexes Analyze and determine the design dependability of this project. 1. select the design target year. 2 Power energy balance Describe the principles. in the event of a long-distance inter-regional power transmission project. r:. For a project to be developed in stages. and indicate the total water demand. 3 Flood regulation computation Describe the flood control criteria for the dam. it is necessary to calculate the energy benefits from the regulation compensation of cascades or inter-basins. I.:. hydropower project. and give an over• view of the flood characteristics. For a pumped storage power station. methods and basic data and parameters used for power energy balance. state the reliability of water sources. 8. the annual energy output generated by natural runoff and its monthly allocation. and results for annual energy output and annual power consumption for pumping purpose. and pro• vide separately. 1. the guaranteed energy and energies by stages and by times of the day. 1. I· . output. pool level. 1 Kinetic water energy calculation 8. indicate the initial and future firm outputs and average annu• al power generation. practical measures for water replenishing should be taken. Describe the calculation method I L. describe the run-off compensa• tion regulation method for the reservoir or reservoir group. analyze and describe the capacity and power losses of the transmission system. compute the firm output and average annual energy output.' and head of the adopted runoff series (or representative year).- Analyze and describe the indexes of yearly and period by period regulation flow.

and safe discharge volume DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 22 22 22 .stream flood control of the protected objects. composition of flood area.

where necessary. Set out the principle for size selection of flood release structures. 1. and through the flood routing. the location. 2.: the river (or reach). 2. 8. cascade arrangement and dam building technology. energy economy indexes. requirements of regulation stor• age capacity. 8. and indicate the flood control benefits. and propose the maximum flood levels in the reservoir and the corresponding maxi• mum outflows under various flood standards. physical indexes of reservoir inundation. If the special requirement of lowering the reservoir water level (or emptying the reservoir) is neces• sary. 8. and analyze the affected range and extent of the downstream area due to dam-failure flood. 8. propose the flood operation rules and the requirements for the corre• sponding flood discharge capacities. 2. the full supply level determined in the pre-feasibility study stage and its review comments.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 in river channel. establish the appropriate flood control function for the project. propose the calculation conditions for flood regulation and the reservoir flood operation rules. 2 Fu I supply level 8. and make economic comparison of the flood release structures. and set up. Perform dam-failure flood calculation when necessary. 8. 2 Analyze the main considerations affecting the determination of normal pool level of the pro• ject. water supply or ecological requirements in the downstream. identify the flood discharging modes for the various flood re• lease facilities. environmental impacts. 3 Analyze and determine the rest of characteristic parameters of each alternative. 2. such as the multipurpose requirements on the reservoir water level. 4 Other water resources calculation In case the hydropower station is regulated on daily basis and subject to critical navigation.1 Describe the cascade tailrace water level determined in the planning stage. and appropriate hydraulic links with the upstream hydropower station. carry out calculation of unstable stream-flows in the downstream channel and indicate their effects. and 23 23 23 . Propose the energy indexes. corresponding remedial measures. the calculation of lowering the reservoir water level shall be performed and the discharge ca• pacity shall be presented. 4 Analyze the differences of each alternative in construction conditions and technical condi• tions. resettlement difficulties. overall benefits. analyze and determine the scope of comparison of the full supply level alternatives and develop the full supply level alternatives. work quantities and project investment for each alternative. and present the corresponding comments and sugges• tions. water volume and opera• tion. control elevation and degree of influence of the very significant objects to be inundated. the vital environmental factors that play a restraining role. According to the flood control requirements and layout of cascade development on 1 ·.

economic benefits. 2. 8. and through comprehensive technical and economic comparison. study DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 24 24 24 . 5 In case an existing reservoir is used as the reservoir of a pumped storage power plant. determine the full supply level.

Present a brief description of sediment characteristics.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 should be carried out to analyze the possibility of influence of the project on functions of the existing reservoir. 3.i When necessary. and recommend the reservoir inundation treatment options and their costs. reservoir shape and the characteristics of water and sediment. (3) Sediment flushing control level. and propose the flood control benefits. or to meet the require• ments of silt flushing and project layout. 2 Propose the operating water levels in the flood season and the operation rules for the corre• sponding floods and sediment. and to take the costs of modification works and other compensatory measures into ac• count. 4 Minimum operating level 23 23 . Present an overview of flood control plan. 3 Flood control limit level and operation control level 8. 3. reservoir regulation property. 1 State that it is necessary to operate the reservoir in the flood season at a reduced pool level so as to fulfill the flood control task. de• scribe the extent of effects of each control level alternative on the significant objects to be inunda• ted. indicate the flood protection criteria for the protected ob• jects downstream of the project. composition of flood area. 2. (2) Flood control level in reservoir area. minimize the reservoir inundation loss. 6 Prepare the special report on selection of the full supply level in accordance with the relevant stipulations. analyze and establish the operation control level for the purpose of reducing the • • ~ I project investment or the costs and reservoir inundation losses of the downstream projects. Indicate the location and control elevation of the key objects possibly involved in inundation. 8. as well as the effects of each sediment flushing control level scheme on the long-term regu• lation storage capacity and the backwater level subject to inundation influence. (1) Flood control limit level. 8. compute the maximum flood control level. :. and provide the corresponding calculation results of energy economy of water conservancy. I I- I·. 3 Conduct comprehensive technical and economic comparisons to determine the operation wa• ter level scheme in flood season. design flood level and check flood level. 8. 8. (4) Operation control level for other purposes. 8. safe discharge of the river channel and specific requirements for discharge control of the project. analyze the possible measures of permanently maintaining the regulation storage capacity and reducing the backwater level subject to inundation in• fluence. 3. set out the size of flood discharge facili• ties for each flood control limit level scheme.

1 Analyze the minimum water levels required by power generation.8. water supply. DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 24 24 . 4. irrigation.

work out the scope of comparison for the installed capacity. 5 lnstal led capacity 8. 4 Where necessary. 8. 25 25 . manufacture and operation of turbine-generator units and gates. and the project cost and economy. 8. find out the reasonable combination of the nu ber of units and unit capacity and develop the installed capacity alternatives. and the economic and financial analysis results. 8. 1 Describe the ini ial r suits of and comments on installed capacity at the pre-feasibility study stage. sediment flushing. reservoir sedimentation and sediment• flushing measures. 5. ongoing and pro• posed power plants. power grid economy. 5. sequence of cascade developments. work out the working capacity and stand-by capacity of this power project. and select the minimum operating level through analysis of appropriate connection to the upstream hydropower station. 8. and propose an initial power generation program. 4 Develop the other characteristic parameters for each alternative. power supply characteristics of the existing. tourism and ecological environment. 5 Where necessary. and if there exists a considerable difference be• tween the multipurpose storage and power generation. 4. requirements of regulation storage for power generation. project layout. 2 Analyze the fact rs ffecting the selection of installed capacity. and where ne essarv. 8. coordinated opera• tion of cascade power stations and construction conditions. 8. benefits from cascade developments. 5. provide the technical and economic comparison results for each alternative. and develop the minimum operating level alternatives.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 navigation. the possibilitv of simultaneous provision of both the reservoir minimum operating level and the power geheration minimum operating level shall be analyzed. and balance the power supply and demand. such as the scope of power supply and power demand characteristi s . 3 In the event of a multipurpose reservoir. 5. analyze the power plant installation procedure. select the installed ca• pacity through a comprehensive technical and economic comparison. propose the corresponding measures. analyze the results of energy calculation of water resources for each minimum operating level alternative. analysi and demonstration shall be made on the possibility of adopting different minimum operating levels in short-and long-terms and the possibility of establishing the minimum operating level limit. 8. 8. 4. 2 Develop the other characteristic parameters for all alternatives. energy index. construction condi• tions. 3 Analyze and describe the constraints imposed by the o her purposes of the project on selec• tion of the installed capacity. 4. fishery. analyze and make a tentative plan for future generating units or expansion at lat• er stage. present an overview of the development plan of power system. study the scale of staged installed capacities. In consideration of the regulation property of power plant and the coordination with the upstream and downstream cascade hydropower plants. 5.

6 In case of a pumped storage power station. etc.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 8. . study the requirements of peak regulation. val• ley load operation and stand-by service. 5. the rel iabi I ity of pumping power supply and storage 26 26 .

compute the expected monthly output of each rated head alternative. 1 Analyze and propose the head parameters for the power plant. 6. head characteristics of hydropower plant and power systems' requirements on regulation capacity of the power plant. 6. I multiple purposes or environmental protection. or for j . expansion of the power plant. compute the weighted average efficiency and their corresponding energy indicators of the power plant. 6. ! . 3 If different types of generating units are selected for the s ort term and long term. Taking account of the project layout and generating unit manufacturing and trans• port scheme. 8. and considering the economic characteristics of varying rated heads. 8. develop the rated head alternatives. analyze the operation conditions for generating units of each rated head alternative. 27 25 . · 1 minimum head and weighted average head. 1 Based on the role of the power plant in the power system and the river basin cascades. 7. and recommend the types of generating units in c nsideration of project layout and on the basis of the comprehensive technical and economic comparison results. a demonstration shall be made to justify the neces• sity.I based on the head characteristics of power plants and the dispatching and operation requirements of power generation and other multiple purposes. 7.i 8. 4 Work out the alternatives for the number of generating units based on the performance char• acteristics of the reservoirs and the hydropower plant. 8. 8. 7 Rated head of turbine 8. produce a program for type selection of generating units ·. and requirements of well coordinated opera• tion of upstream and downstream cascade projects. . 6 Type and number· of generating units I 8. tors of the power plant. water source conditions. determine the turbine rated head through a comprehensive technical and economic I comparison.. taking ac• count of the project layout and the manufacture and transportation scheme of generating units and on the basis of the comprehensive technical and economic comparison results. ~I 8. .DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 capacity of upper and lower reservoirs. and analyze the impact of the restricted capacity of the power plant on the power system. 8. and the operating conditions of the generating units. 5 Analyze and co pute the weighted average efficiency and their corresponding energy indica• 1. 2 Analyze and compute the weighted average efficiency of the power plant and its correspond• ing energy index. 2 Analyze the operating characteristics of the power plant. and taking account of the requirements of reserve units and future I . as well as the manufacturing and transporting I conditions of generating units. 6. and demonstrate the impact of uncertainties of load characteristics on the scale of installed capacity. 6. including the maximum head. analyze the compatibility of each alternative with different number of gener• ating units to the operation requirements· nd recommend the number of generating units.

DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 28 25 .8. analyze the compatibility of the selected rated head with current and future reservoir operation modes. 7. 3 Given there is a sharp difference between current and future reservoir operation conditions and operation modes.

2 Proposethe cost and energy indexes for each waterway system alternative. 8. 8. and describe the flood con• [·· trol mission of this project and its role in the whole flood control system. 9. including passengerand cargo vol• umes. water energy calculation results. 8. 8.10. present status of flood control and requirements of flood control. 1 Brief the natural and socio-economic conditions of the prospective protection areas of this ·project. construction and power plant oper• ation. analyze the causesof flood hazardon the protected objects. 9 Flood control 8. 8 Dimensions of waterway system 8. 8. major cargo types and their flow direction and destina• tion. 9. present an overview of the present status of river navigation capabilities. 6 Analyze the flood control effects and indicate the flood control benefits. I. waterway and road transportation. 4 Develop the flood control storage capacity and the combinations of its corresponding maxi• mum flood control level and limited flood control level. draw up rules for eachflood control alterna• tive. an analysis shall be made on the possible changes in construction program and period as a result of the change in the size of waterway system. measured floods and histori• cal floods. flood control benefits and project cost of each flood control alternative. indicate the design flood level and check flood level. flood hazards. and recommend the rational waterway system alternative through a comprehensive technical and economic compari• I·. Analyze and describe the objects of flood control and its criteria for this project. ana• lyze the economic characteristics of the head of the power plant. 9. 3 Describe the measures that could possibly be taken to protect the objects.1 Describe in brief the status quo of the shipping industry. select the flood control storage capacity and the combinations of its corresponding maximum flood control level and i. and indicate the composition of flood controI areas. 9. 8. son and after analyzing the requirements of hydraulic structures. 8. and develop the waterway system alternatives in consideration of the regulation guarantee requirements. limited flood control level. 8. 8. DL/T so20~2001 DL/T 5020-2007 8. I 8. including navigation 29 25 . 1 Describe in brief the power waterway system layout scheme and its construction mode. 8. analyze and es• tablish the volume of safety discharge for the river channel and the specific requirements of the dis• charge control for this project. 8. 9. 2 Give an overview of the flood characteristics of the river basin. 3 In the event of an extra large waterway system with complicated construction conditions. 9. 10 Navigation 8. 5 Based on the comprehensive technical and economic comparison results.

and rapids distribution. navigable water DL/T so20~2001 DL/T 5020-2007 30 25 .and log (bamboo) passing periods. navigation guarantee rate. navigable channel grade. size and draft of the largest ship fleet or log C bamboo) raft. type.

determine the design target year of navigation.DL/T so20~2001 DL/T 5020-2007 level and flow. determine the scope of water supply. including the development trend analysis of passengersand cargos. 8. Present an overview of the total volume of water resources (including surface and ground• water) in the water supply area and its status of development and utilization. scale of water supply works. taking navigation planning into consideration. make a forecast of the passenger and cargo volumes that pass the dam. 10. 8. and recommend the vessel types and sizes of fleet. 8. 8.10. in the light of relevant planning. 3 Calculate the cost of navigation structures of this project. study the navigation benefits and carry out a comprehensive technical and economic comparison. indicate the guar• antee rate of water supply and volume of water supply in corresponding typical year for each intend• . 2 Present an overview of river navigation planning. 11. main intended water users and basic quantity and quality requirements for different target yea rs. and present status of ports and shipping undertakings. present status of water works and natural disasters. 3 Analyze the need of reservoir regulation storage for water supply purpose. and determine the navigation struc• ture schemeof this project. and draw up a development scheme for construction of navigation struc• tures for this project. 12 Irrigation 8. 8. 11. analyze and determine the scope of shipping economic hinterland after the reservoir es• tablishment. Through analysis of the amount of water supply available in this project. and determine a reasonable commitment to this project and its annual distribution of water supply programs to deter• mine the amount of water that this project will reasonablysupply. 8.1 Present an overview of the natural and socio-economic situation of the areas to be irriga• ted. 8. 5 Analyze and indicate the requirements of the navigation system on the operating mode of the hydropower plant.12. describe the requirements of navigation and log (bamboo) passduring the construction period and initial impoundment. analyze the volume of water that this project is designed to supply and its yearly dis• tribution.:I ed water user. 4 Propose requirements for water source protection. indicate 31 27 . and basing on characteristics water levels of the power plant. 10. 8. indicate the a• mount of water that this project will reasonably supply and its annual distribution program.11. 11. dispatch and operation. 2 Present an overview of water supply planning in the water supply areas. 8. based on the navigation and other relevant development planning. 1 . the grade of navigation structures. 10. 4 Analyze and demonstrate the ranges of upstream and downstream navigable water levels and flows in the project area. 11 Water supply 8. lay out the water diversion works of the water supply project.

demonstrate the neces• sity for construction of irrigation areas.the national economic development requirements for using irrigation water. as well as the necessity to engagethis project in appropriate DL/T so20~2001 DL/T 5020-2007 32 27 .

and determine the scope of irrigation areas and the irrigation modes of this project. 8. and provide the fol• lowing principal results of the sediment flushing calculation. economic bene• fits and other factors of the irrigation areas. 12.12. 8. 5 Analyze the water consumption of crops.. 8. 3 Present an overview of the present status of land use of the irrigation areas and their plan• ning. and indicate the total annual water demand for irrigation and its annual distribution.13. 8.: 8. 12. composition of crops. 13 Sediment flusliing analysis and backwater computation 8. develop water and sediment management schemes and their corresponding engineering measures.s of impact of sediment flushing activi• I· !· ties in the varying backwater areas on the navigation channel. 8. DL/T 5020-2007 irrigation water supply. (3) Sedimentation control and flushing operation mode of headrace structures.. 7 Put forward the technical and economic measures for the improvement of irrigation tech• nology. Lay out the irrigation water diversion works according to the plant characteristic water levels. k. Analyze and determine the amount of irrigation water to be supplied by this project and its annual irrigation water distribution scheme. (2) Impact of sedimentation in reservoirs on the tailwater and construction of upstream cascade hv• dropower stations. water and sedi• ment characteristics. use water scientifically. composition of crops. a comprehensive technical and economic comparison on water-saving technology shall be conducted. 8. 12. multiple crop index and planned yields. forestry and animal husbandry. indicate the objective. 2 Analyze and justify the suitable irrigation water sources for the prospective irrigation are• as. if necessary. 1 Present an overview of reservoir morphology. 6 Determine the scale of the irrigation water diversion works. and save water and energy. irrigation systems and irrigation water utilization coefficient in each representative hydrological year. 4 Determine the design reliability and design target year of irrigation system based on the wa• ter and soi I resources. flow regulation. and study the regulation capacity of reservoir. sediment characteristics. study and determine the main parameters and conditions of the calculation. crop rotation system. (4) Measures for sedimentation control in upstream and downstream approach channels of naviga• tion structures. hydro-meteorology. 33 27 . 1: . principles and methods of sediment flushing calcula• tion. Especially for a project where irrigation water source is short. carry out calculation and analys1i. 12. measures for sedi• mentation control and flushing and its effectiveness analysis. irrigation water demand. irrigation area and the production structure of agriculture. 12. I ·· (1) Reservoir storage capacity losses and measures for maintaining a sustained regulation storage capacity and necessary measures for sediment flushing.

(5) Conduct sedimentation model test and provide a sediment monitoring plan when the sedimenta- 34 27 .

basic information and data adopted and results of calculation. When there is excessive natural runoff in the upper reservoir. 8. indicate the sediment concentration in the hydro turbines. for the projects with obvious sedimentation impacts. 15. 8. gradation curves and mineral composition and so on. 8. environmental pro• tection. it is necessary to provide an initial im• poundment plan. and indicate the mode of initial impoundment. Study and analyze the impact of the initial impoundment on downstream water supply. power generation 'and other sectors. flood control. 14. DL/T 5020-2007 tion in the reservoir is serious. 4 In the event of a pumped storage power station. the energy output shall also be credited to the natural runoff. 14. and present an initial impoundment plan and the initial operating mode of the power plant. 3 In the event of pumped storage power stations. 15. 15. 14 Initial Irnpoundment 8. 15. it is also necessary to indicate sedimentation distribu• tion of different deposition period in the reservoir areas. environmental protection and other sectors. 15 Operation mode 8. and predict ener• gy indexes for this power station as well as the existing downstream cascade power stations. 8. and analyze the over-year operation characteristics. 8. average and dry years. and study and set up the rules and regulations for operation of the reservoir in different periods in terms of the requirements of power generation. power generation and other tasks). provide water replenish• ment measures. 14. analyze the water source conditions. 8. 8. conduct backwater calculations for floods of different criteria during con• struction period. 3 Plot reservoir operation diagrams and provide the results of calculations using long-time se• ries data. where necessary. as well as the combined effect and multi-purpose requirements of reservoirs in the same power grid. 8. When necessary. 5 Specify the extent and role of this project in fulfilling the requirements of different multi• 35 29 . 1 Based on the parameters selected for this power plant and taking into account the existing cascade reservoirs. water supply. analysis of impact on backwater and their results. backwater calculation methods. 13. 15. navigation. and propose mitigation measures. draw up the reservoir scheduling scheme C including joint operation with other reservoirs in respect of flood control. 2 Describe the requirements of water use of the relevant departments both upstream and downstream the project during construction period and the initial operation period of this project. 2 Analyze the impact of the power peaking operation on navigation. (6) When necessary. indicate the power output and energy re• quired for pumping operation in the wet. 2 Present the flood criteria for the objects influenced by inundation in the reservoir area. 8. 1 Prepare a plan for power generation during reservoir initial impoundment. and propose mitigation measures. navigation and sediment flushing.

DL/T 5020-2007 purpose utilization sectors and propose indicators of benefits for each sector. 36 29 .

(6) Calculation of sediment deposition. 1 Figures (1) Reservoir storage-capacity-area curve. 16 Figures and tables 8. (3) Output dependability curve and cumulative power curve. (4) Head dependability curve. (2) Powerhouse tail water rating curve. (7) Reservoir backwater calculation.DL/T 5020-2007 8. (2) Balance sheet of electric power energy of power system. (5) Schematic diagram of power system typical daily (weekly) operating mode. 8. 37 29 . 16. (3) Calculation results of reservoir backwater. 2 Tables (1) Technical and economic comparisons of various works of various sizes. (8) Others. 16.

2 Dam and powerhouse sites 9. (3) List the type and related design parameters of main electromechanical and hydro-mechanical e• quipment. i 9. characteristic water levels and energy economy indexes of the project. project benefits and operating conditions. 1 Comparison of alternative dam types and dam axes !. 3. technical standards and documents adopted. DL/T 5020-2007 9 Project Layout and Structures 9. 3 Basic information (1) Information (parameters) on hydrology. in respects of hv• dropower utilization. topography and geology. Perform the studies on the dam type and axis at the selected damsite . 9. structure class. carry out comprehensive economic and technical studies for each dam-site and powerhouse site alternative. and then on this basis. then followed by the further work of the feasibility study phase upon completion and approval of the report on dam-site I - and selection of dam-site. 1. construction materi• als. 9. (2) List the design safety standards and their bases for the main buildinqs and structures. 1 Project grade and design safety criteria ( 1) Check and identify the project grade. 2 For a very large project. 9. 2. (4) Describe the requirements and available conditions of multi-purposes. and the results of geo• logical exploration work at this stage and through comparisons. dam axis and project layout 1-. project layout. project invest• ment. flood design criteria. t-:> (2) Characteristic values of foundation and building materials. 2 Design basis (1) Quote the main conclusions and review comments of the pre-feasibility study report. meteorology. 3 Dam type. 1 Based on the pre-feasibility study report and its review comments. . 9. work quantity. select the representative layout al• ternatives for each dam-site and powerhouse site. reservoir characteristics. or a project with high complexity. sediment. codes. 1. (2) List the major specifications. and parameters of physical and me• chanical properties of structures adopted for the design. 1. 2. water supply. navigation. water and soil conservation and environmental protection. construction duration. and seismic design standard. select the dam type and axis 38 31 . construction conditions.environmental impact. including flood control. and then select the dam-site and the powerhouse site. 9. resettlement. 1 Design basis and basic information 9. the economic and technical com• parison and justification for the alternative dam-sites may be firstly carried out.

drainage systems and dimensions of main structures of water retaining structures. dam type adaptability. construction d_uration. temperature fields. ·. temperature stresses and crack control. and operation conditions. their struc• tural arrangement and material strength shall be justified. zoning and types of seepage control. and in case of a pumped storage power project. perform comprehensive comparative studies on alternative pro• ject layouts. through a comprehensive technical and economical comparison and demonstration. 1 Structural arrangement and material requirements ( 1) Describe the layout of water retaining structures. slope 1.: protection of embankment dams. loads. project investment. etc. i I 9. zoning and galleries of concrete dams. topographic and geologic conditions. arrangement of i I - I· dam crest. material properties. slope protection. strength and de• formation of the foundations (including slopes) of the structures. geology. and finalize the project layout scheme. work quantities. 4. i1· tionalizing.DL/T so20~2007 I \::. deformations. 3. I. 2 Foundation treatment and seepage control measures Based on the geological conditions and characteristics of stability. . sec• I. following factors: topography. 4. land occupation. construction materials. construction conditions. layout of structures. construction conditions. 39 31 . project layout. 4. I ity. con• struction duration.: (2) For a high concrete dam. and other techni• cal requirements of construction for various zones of the embankment dam. 9. permeability. as well as the necessary tes• ting and research results. project investment and operating conditions. work quantities. drainage and reinforcement of the dam (sluice) foundation and abut• ments. slopes and abutments) and their computation methods and results. and their combinations for computation and testing of the stabi 1. special testing studies shall be carried out to obtain the concrete per• formance. criteria of filling and compaction. flood discharge. 9. 4 Water retaining structures I . and special studies shall be conducted on the temperature-control criteria. (3) For the water retaining structures requiring staged reservoir filling or construction.. and reinforcement of slopes. hydraulic conditions. 9. 2 Project layout comparison and selection For the selected dam type and axis. filter. erosion control. propose the excavation depth and measures for seepage control. I . considering the hydropower utilization. style of connection with abutments or other structures. strength grade. select the structural type. 3 Design calculation and testing study ( 1) Describe the conditions. crest elevation and i- cross-sectional dimensions. propose the extent and measures for seep• age control and drainage in reservoir basin. Ir. stresses. considering the I. seepage and stability against seepage failure for water retaining struc• tures (including foundations. indexes of impermeability and freezing resistance and bulk density of concrete in various zones of the concrete dam. (2) Propose the work quantities and material quality requirements of various structures. 9. en• ergy dissipation.

flow velocity. methods and results.· struction. deter• mine the structural types and main dimensions of the headrace. downstream sediment flushing and silting and their impacts. energy dissipation mode and upstream and downstream protection works on the basis of such conditions as topography. as well as the hydraulic conditions such as flow patterns. (6) For a high dam with complex foundation conditions. determine the types and lay• out of water release and energy dissipation structures. drainage and reinforcement for foundation treatment. compare them with the 34 33 . and construction meas• ures for filling and compaction. cross section. Through a comprehensive analysis and comparison. (4) For a high dam in a high-seismic region. the corresponding research studies shall be carried out. energy dissipation. unit discharge. con• I. and the calculation conditions. special design shall be made for the water retaining structures. water surface profiles. special studies for seismic design shall be carried out. 9. 1 Comparison of schemes Describe the basic design principles and requirements of the water release and energy dissipation structures. investment and operation. flow pattern. sediment. 9. or a high dam to be constructed with new materials or new structures. 2 Structural arrangement C 1) For the selected layout scheme of the water release and energy dissipation structures. 5. energy dissipation and scour control. unit dis• charge. water release and sediment discharge. scour control. ing and emptying. 5. 4 Design computations and testing study C 1) Describe the discharging capacities of water release and energy dissipation structures. ice pass. energy dissipation.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 (3) For a high embankment dam. flow velocity. sediment. (2) Propose the operation mode and engineering measures against cavitation. 3 Foundation treatment Based on the geological conditions of the foundations (or surrounding rocks) of the water release and energy dissipation structures. geology. flow pat• tern. weir crest elevation. propose the measures of excavation. (5) If staged impoundment or construction is required. intake. 9. 5 Water release and energy dissipation structures 9. layout. as well as requirements for log pass. layout. Describe the conditions and results of hydraulic model tests. work quantities. 5. 9. scour and frost. geology. hy• draulic connection of upstream and downstream flows. and the supporting measures of surrounding rocks. special studies shall be carried out to make comparisons between sources of embankment materials. 5. lining. and to determine the zoning of dam body. seepage control. construction. investme t and operation. sediment flush• (. such conditions for each scheme as the topography.

calculation results. DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 34 33 . and determine the combination and operation mode of the water release struc• tures.

water levels. work quantities. studies shall be made to justify it (tests shall be conducted if necessary). propose the size. and such conditions for each alternative as the topography. perform structural model tests if necessary. and the type of orifices and transition sections. unsteady flow calculation shall be carried out. 1 Comparison of alternatives ( 1) Describe the design principles and basic requirements of the water conveyance structures. loads and their combi• nations. hydraulic model tests shall be performed if necessary. flow pattern. and their computation methods and results. 2 Hydraulic calculations and model tests C 1) Describe the conditions. 1· I lining. stres• ses. including power dis• charge.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 (2) Describe the conditions. determine the types and layout of water conveyance structures. 6. and the arrangement of trash rack slots. (4) For a project with complex topographic and geologic conditions and hydraulic conditions. loads. (2) Describe the layout. 9. 6 Water conveyance structures 9. I (2) For an inlet (or outlet) of a large project or a pumped storage power station with complex hy• i draulic conditions. 9. carry out the hydraulic model tests if necessary. For a high-head bifurcation of a large project. seepage control. drainage. and their combinations for computation of the stability. capacity of surge chamber or forebay. 9. and propose the foundation treatment measures such as excavation. operating platforms and sediment flushing facilities. methods and results of hydraulic calculations. 3 Inlets C outlets) ( 1) Determine the layout. deformations for the water release and energy dissipation structures. control elevatiqn and sectional size of inlets C outlets) . structural types. (3) For a structure with big head or large flow. sediment. control elevations and dimensions of various components of the selected scheme. hydraulic gradient. 6. structural types. construction. (3) In case of arrangement of a sediment basin. structure and operation mode of the sediment ba• 34 33 . (2) For a large project or a project with complex hydraulic conditions. stud• ies shall be conducted on atomization during flood discharge if necessary. sediment flushing and deposition. flow pattern. foundation stability and structural calcula• tions for the inlets (outlets). gate slots. 6. In case of a long open channel or a free-flow tunnel. indicate the conditions. calculation methods and results of slope stability. geology. investment. water hammers and surges. Through a comprehensive analy• sis and comparison. operation and benefits. type. and reinforcement. special studies on energy dissipation and scour con• trol shall be performed. layout.

34 33 .DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 sin as well as the requirements of the sediment basin on water level. flow and cycle of flushing oper• ations.

DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 9. slopes.:· leakage of internal water and hydraulic fracturing in the surrounding rocks. arrangement. including excavation. sectional size. etc. drainage. supports. including excavation. 6 Pressure conduits C 1) Determine the layout. etc. bypasses. 9. discharging and necessary desilting facilities. seepage control. indicate the design principles for lining and supporting systems of high-head pressure tunnels. special studies shall be carried out.' r. and propose the treatment measures of surrounding rocks (foundations. support piers. etc. including exca• vation. and propose the re• quirements and structural dimensions of steel and concrete linings. 1 Comparison of alternatives 36 35 . (2) For a long and large tunnel with high external water pressure or complex geological conditions. loads. load combinations. type. calculation methods and results for stability and structural calculation of the surge chamber (forebay).·:. . 5 Surge chamber Cforebay) C 1) Describe the necessities of surge chambers ( torebavs i . drainage and reinforcement. control r. 9. indicate the conditions. and reinforcement. type. and determine the layout.) . etc. (3) Propose the measures for foundation treatment or supporting of surrounding rocks. seepage control. grouting. loads and their combinations.). drain• age. length. slope of each component structure to the water conveyance tunnel (channel). lining. loads and their combinations. propose the measures against 1. lining. 7. (3) Propose the treatment measures for sediment control of the tailrace and downstream river chan• nels as well as protection for bank slopes. (2) For a large and complex bifurcation. operating conditions of the surge chambers. 6.) . For a high-head reinforced concrete conduit and bifurcation. control elevation. seepage control. 6. calculation methods and results for the stability analysis and structural calculation of surrounding rocks (channel foundations and slopes) of the headrace tunnel (channel). the stress analysis and structural design shall be per• formed. of the pressure con• duit (including bifurcations.. and describe the conditions. anchor blocks. control elevation. sectional size. 9.. elevation. indicate the type selection of linings & supports. and reinforcement. slopes. working water levels. and 1. structural type. and propose treatment measures of sur• rounding rocks (foundations. sectional size. (2) Describe the conditions. lining. 7 Powerhouse andl switchyard 9. calculation methods and results of the stability and structural calcula• tions for the pressure conduit. 4 Water conveyance tunnels C channels) ( 1) Demonstrate the location. 6.

work quanti• ties. and arrangement of electromechanical equipment and operating conditions DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 36 36 .(1) Describe the principles and basic requirements on layout and design of the powerhouse. layout. location. including topography. construction. geology. type. cost. and the conditions of each alternative.

8 Navigation structures 9. . describe the conditions. 9. and carry out model tests if necessary. analyze the stability and safety of the surrounding rocks of un• derground chambers. (3) Describe the impacts of the misty rain caused by flood discharging on the layout and operation of the surface switchyard. connection between dam and powerhouse. and propose the treatment measures if necessary. (3) Demonstrate the stability of surrounding rocks of underground chambers and high slopes at tun• nel portals. structural type. 9. layout. 7. and propose the treatment measures. describe the hydraulic conditions. through a comprehensive analysis and study. control elevation and size of each structure of the selected scheme and the access arrangement in the powerhouse area. loads and their combinations. (2) For an underground powerhouse.DL/T 502-0-2007 DL/'f 5020-2007 etc. (3) For an overflow powerhouse type or a powerhouse with ski-jump flow. control elevation and main dimensions of the main and auxiliary powerhouse selected. 3 Switchyard ( 1) Determine the location. ! 9. structural type. drainage and reinforcement. drainage facilities and access roads. drainage. (4) For a large-span underground powerhouse. including seepage control. 7. measures for foundation treatment. and propose the location of the first transmission tower. (2) Describe the location. layout. moisture control. ventilation. and determine the arrangement and measures for seepage control. area and control elevation of the switchyard. and main structures. propose the types of supporting and lining. (2) Indicate the stability of excavated slope of surface switchyard and the reinforcement measures. 1 Design basis and basic information 36 37 . calcula• tion methods and results for calculation of the powerhouse stability. conduct stability analysis of surrounding rocks of un• derground chambers by simulating construction conditions and procedures. and propose the treatment measures for powerhouse foundations and slopes. area. it is necessary to carry out studies and analysis to identifv its location and axis and its relationship with other underground chambers. and the connection between dam and powerhouse. and propose the appropriate treatment measures. determine the type and layout of the powerhouse and switchyard. 2 Powerhouse (1) Describe the layout. 8. (4) Describe the potential impacts of flood discharging and energy dissipation and gully flood on the plant operation. for an underground powerhouse. the measure against cavitation and vibration.

fleet type and allowable flow velocity in approach DL/T 502-0-2007 DL/'f 5020-2007 36 38 . dimensions. design i navigation criteria. r··· C 1) Indicate the design shipping capacity of passengers and cargoes in short and long terms. draft. tonnage.

cost and operation. and determine the layout and structural type of towers or ramps (including buttresses) and the hydraulic lifting system. and layout and structural type of the water conveyance system. (2) Carry out studies on the flow pattern at the intake/outlet of the navigation structure. and put forward the requirements for water flow. 2 Comparison of alternatives Describe the design principles and basic requirements of navigation structure layout. navigable water level and flow. 8. work quantities. 9. 8. filling and discharge. If necessary. 9. f . control dimensions. and the clas• ses of slopes and their design safety criteria. 4 Design calculation and testing study ( 1) Describe the hydraulic calculation results of the water conveyance system of the shiplock as well as the analysis results of sediment flushing and deposition of the approach channel. (3) Describe the operating mode. chambers and guide walls) . 9. axis orientation and location of bull wheels of the lifting equipment. geology. loads and their combinations. identify the configuration of the engineering slopes. construction conditions. 8. flow conditions. the safety standards and the basis used in the design of each building and main structures. carry out a special study based on naviga• tion hydraulic model tests. 9 Slope engineering 9. lifting speed. (4) Propose the treatment measures for foundations and slopes including excavation. energy dissipation etc. 3 Layout of structures (1) Ship locks: Identify the locations of the axes of upstream and downstream approach channels and the ship lock. arrangement of electromechanical and hydro-mechanical e• quipment. hydraulics and sediment conditions of intakes (outlets). drainage and reinforcement. elevations. in light of an overall hydraulic model testing program. Describe the conditions. water depth and structural joints of the intake/ outlet of the shiplock (including the lock heads. dalculation methods and results of build• ing foundations and main structures. velocity. and determine the type and layout of navigation structures through a comprehensive analysis and comparison. 9. compare such conditions of the alternatives as topography. 38 37 . seepage control. capacity. (2) Indicate the grades of the navigation channel and navigation structures. 1 Layout of engineering slopes Describe the general distribution and extent of slopes of structures in the project area. and other naviga• tion conditions. type and layout of structures. (2) Ship-lift: Describe the type. lining and sup• port.DL/T 502-0-2007 DL/'f 5020-2007 channel. operation time. 9.

38 38 .DL/T 502-0-2007 DL/'f 5020-2007 types and parameters of supports. and local special treatment meas• ures. seepage control and drainage.

DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 I: - 0_: - - 9. 9. calculation methods and results for slope stability and deformation a• nalysis. 12 Summary brn of quantities y o Present the summary bill of quantities for water retaining structures. office and living areas and building sites. f m 9. and put forward the automated monitoring program. switchyard. t 38 39 . and present the design scheme for slope treatment through comparison of alternatives.-- the scope. 13 !Figures and appendixes a i n 9. 9. and ground water tables. (2) Determine the source of domestic water supply.10. I. 9. 1 Describe the design. 1 Figures s (1) Project layout (plans. i• ! _J dentify the types. loads and their combinations. unit. 2 landscaping plan ( 2 Propose the landscaping plan and architectural amenity plan of main works. elevations. 1 Layout of production and living areas i I (1) Select the locations for production. type and specifications. location and items of safety monitoring and arrangement of safety monitoring facilities. 10. wa• u ter conveyance structures.or low-height with sophisticated monitoring system. 2 Based on the general project layout and the design of each structure. 13. and the standards and structural type of each building. drainage areas.). ) L a 9. power house.10. it is necessary to provide a specific report on the design of project safety monitoring sys• tem. water release structures. etc. sanitary facilities. I 9. navigation structures. 9. physical and mechanical parameters of the rock/soil masses and discontinuities. 11. 11. slopes and safety mo• t o nitoring. and means of sewage disposal and communication and lighting. describe the computing models. 3 For a dam over 70 m high or a dam of medium. principles. study and determine I i i. and determine the layout and accesses of each area. 2 Design calculation 1 Describe the boundary conditions affecting the slope stability. the classification and functions of all buildings. objectives and basic requirements for safety rnonitorinq of the project. indicating the title. 9. 10 Safety monitoring 9. 11 Layout and landscapinq plan of production and ~iving areas I - 9. specifications and quantities of main monitoring equipment and data acquisition e• quipment. profiles. (3) Propose the general layout and work quantities of houses and buildings of the selected scheme. quantity.

navigation struc.ructures (dam. water conveyance system. 1. - DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 38 40 . powerhouse.

(5) Report on hydraulic model tests. . (9) Special report on design of project safety monitoring system. (10) Other special reports. (8) Necessary special report on the project with new materials and new structures. carry out the following special studies and provide the following reports: (1) Special report on damsite selection. (3) Special report on high dam design and research. · (6) Special report on stability analysis and support design of surrounding rocks of underground chambers. (7) Special report on structural analysis of high-head bifurcations. 9. 2 Appendixes Based on the size and technical properties of the project. (2) Special report on dam type selection and project layout. (4) Special report on seismic design of a high dam.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 tu res.13.. i I . (3) Layout of safety monitoring system. (4) Main layouts of alternatives. i I 38 41 . etc.).

1 38 42 .DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 .. I .

and provide specific reports if necessa• ry. 3 Electrica~ system I 10. propose the comprehensive treatment measures to 1 prevent or mitigate the abrasion of hydraulic machineries. 2 Hydraulic machinery 10. carry out special studies. (5) In collaboration with the water passage professionals. 1 •..DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 1 E~ectromechan·ca Engi eerl g a d Meta S ctu es 10. governors and pressure oil units). 1 General provision Brief the design scheme of main structures and the basic parameters of the project. 1 Connection to power system I I ( 1) Based on the specific conditions including the engineering kinetic characteristics. 2. 10. (6) For the pumped storage units. and select the types. com• pressed air. specifications and main technical requirements of the r - auxiliary equipment (including inlet valves. provide the calculation results for unit regulation guarantee. select the I· types. draft tubes and water passage for pumps) of the tur• r ·· bines (pump-turbines) . - -· (3) For a sediment-laden hydropower project. structures and materials). 10. 1 Turbines (pump-turbines) and their auxiliary equipment ( 1) Through alternative comparisons· and technical and economic analyses and studies. (2) Preliminarily select the scale of the equipment for mechanical repair and oil tests. 3. main technical parameters and setting elevation of tur• binesi I C pump-turbines). 2 Auxiliary mechanical equipment ( 1) Through alternative comparisons.: . (4) For the turbines with special requirements or special issues such as transportation of large or heavy pieces or assembly at site. study and determine the rated head of turbines in collaboration with the planning professionals. (7) For the adoption of important and new technologies (including types. carry out special studies.. I (2) Through alternative comparisons. and provide specific reports if necessary. select the lifting equipment inside the powerhouses and the design scheme and main equipment configuration for the systems including the pressure oil. the power sys• 40 43 43 . 10. water supply and drainage and hydraulic measuring systems. propose the initial start-up measure for the first unit and describe the assembly/disassembly method for the pumped storage units. 2. unit capacity and the number of units. select the types and control dimensions of the main water passage components (including spiral cases.

and the project DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 40 44 44 . the role of the hydropower station in the power system.tem planning and design.

voltage level of transmission system. 10. number and s main technical parameters. c ri (3) For the special issues such as transportation of large or heavy pieces of electric equipment and b assembly at site. 1 Control y d 40 45 45 . and propose the main treatment measures. high-voltage outgoing lines. 4 Over-voltage protection and grounding r ( 1) Based on the principles of insulation coordination. determine the scheme of main electrical connection of the hydropower station (including the mode of unit start-up). e (4) For the adoption of new equipment or important and new technologies. specifications. main transformers. and determine their t pes . e o (2) Determine the grounding scheme of the whole plant. car• ry out the reliability assessment of the main electrical connection. 3. h 10. 3 Main electric equipment ( 1 ( 1) Present the calculation results of short-circuit current. dam area and passage facilities in the dam.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 1. 10. D generator voltage distribution devices. (2) Determine the methods for securing the service power sources and the power supply for the powerhouse.-: layout. 3. the number of incoming/outgoing circuits and the transmission capacity for the hydropower station. and provide the calculation results of f grounding. 4. I 1· (2) Describe the requirements of the power system on the hydropower station. including the opera• tion mode and the parameters of main equipment. and provide specific reports if necessary. carry out special studies.:. high-voltage e distribution devices and start-up devices. (3) Describe the power sources for pumping operation. and analyze and describe the mode of staged transitional connection and its treatment measures. protection and communication e h 10. load carrying capacity and operation mode of pumped storage power stations (pumped storage pumping stations). determine the schemes of over-voltage pro• ol tection and neutral grounding. 4 Control. ) (2) Select the main electric equipment including hydrogenerators (generator-motors or motors). h e 10. for a hydropower station with an installed capacity of 750 MW and above. carry out t analyses and demonstrations. For the grounding scheme of a hydropower project with high soil resistivity. 3. 2 Main electrical connections ( 1) According to the alternative comparisons and technical and e anomic analyses and demonstra• tions. and propose the corre• sponding technical measures. determine the mode of connection to power system. carry out special stud• t ies.

ropower station in the power system and its relationship with the relevant dispatch and management departments. and identify the information of remote control and !: . DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 40 46 46 .' 1.

(3) According to system requirements. 10. (2) Select the mode of control and management and the automation control scope of the hydropow• er station. 6 Communication C 1) According to the communication requirements of the system to be connected. 4. ! . 4. I I (5) Select the design scheme of electric drive and automation control system for the gate hoists and the passage facilities in the dam. 10. 10. 10. signal and operation locking systems. 4 Power source for control systems Determine the design scheme and primarily select the equipment of the power source for control system. propose the configuration and corresponding channels for system protection and automatic safety equipment. and determine their main equipment and the configura• tion of automatic components. including the measuring. 4.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 other data to be communicated. 10. 3 Secondary wiring ( 1) Select the design scheme for the secondary wiring systems of the whole plant. (2) Determine the configuration and main technical requirements for current and voltage transform• ers. 5 Closed-circuit television (CCTV) monitoring system Determine the design scheme and the configuration of main equipment for the closed-circuit televi• sion monitoring system. synchronization. 4. tern.• of equipment. 2 Relay protection (1) Determine the configuration scheme of relay protection system and preliminarily select the type i . propose the com• munication scheme and the main equipment for the hydropower station. determine the main functions of the computer-based monitoring system. (3) Select the design scheme of automation control system for the units' auxiliary equipment and the common equipment of the whole plant. select the scheme of centralized computer-based monitoring system 1-: and the computer-based monitoring center for cascade development projects if necessary. (2) Determine the design scheme of fault recorders and preliminarily select the type of equipment. and determine the structure of computer-based monitoring system of the whole plant and its configuration of main equipment according to the alternative comparisons. 4. 42 42 42 42 . (4) Select the design scheme and the configuration of main equipment of the field excitation sys• .

select the internal and external communica- DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 43 43 43 43 .(2) According to the project layout and characteristics.

location and area of erection bay. cavitation. and propose the measures of power assuranceand safety protection. (4) Select the type and main parameters. mainte• nanceand storage. and elevations of floors. 10. transportation. 5. (1) Select the structural type and main parameters of the gates (valves) and trash racks. 44 44 44 44 . 5. main control dimensions inclu• ding spacing of neighboring units and width of powerhouse. carry out special studies. determine the arrangementof main transformers. 10. orifice size and design head of gates (valves) . 2 Gates (valves) and hoisting equipment for headracestructures. . filling method for pressure equilibrium. protection and communication equipment or important and new technologies. the arrangementschemeof the sites for overhaul and maintenance of the hoists and the configuration I of main equipment. describe the operation conditions. (3) According to the communication requirements of hydrometeor and automated hydrologic telem• etry system. and present specific reports if necessary. 10. 6 Metal structures 10. orifice size and design heads. Select . 8 New equipment and new technologies For the adoption of new control. abrasion and vibra• tion. and ventilation measures of gates C valves) as well as the conditions of manufacturing. I •• :· going lines and high-voltage distribution devices and the type of outgoing lines.1 Determine the arrangementof units and auxiliary equipment. 10. 4. clogging. installation. (3) Describe the operation mode. 7 Electrical laboratory Determine the scale of the electrical laboratory and the configuration of its main equipment. 2 Determine the arrangement of the main electromechanical equipment in the main power• house and auxiliary powerhouse. 5.. high voltage out• I r-. 5 Arrangement of electromechanical equipment 10. lift and number of hoists. ( 1) Select the structural type and main parameters including the number. propose the measuresagainst freezing. 4. 10. 1 Gates (valves) and hoisting equipment for releasestructures.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 tion schemesand the main equipment. 3 Determine the location of the central control room and the arrangementof various automa• tion and relay protection devices. 6. 10. 10. 6. such as capacity. propose the type of communication network and the main equipment. such as number. (2) Determine the arrangementschemeof gates (valves) and hoists.

(2) Determine the arrangementschemeof gates (valves). trash racks and hoists. DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 45 45 45 45 .

tai I race struc• I ture (outlet) of the hydropower station. describe the operation conditions and propose the guaranteed measures of power supply and safety measures for the hoists. describe the operation conditions and propose the guaranteed measures of power supply and safety measures for the hoists. 6. orifice size and design heads under different operation conditions of the gates for diversion and closure. transportation. (2) Determine the arrangement scheme of gates. maintenance and storage for gates. as well as the conditions ot manufacturing. including capacity. preliminarily analyze the trash conditions at the intakes of the hydropower station. lift. ( 1) Select the structural type and main parameters including number. maintenance and storage for • gates (valves). 10. and de• termine the methods of trash interception and clearance. filling method for pressure equilibrium. and ventilation measures I . (4) Select the structural type and main parameters of the hoists. instal at ion conditions.. 10. 10. (3) Describe the operation mode. transportation. filling method for pressure equilibrium. Determine the arrangement scheme of the sites for overhaul and ma• intenance of the hoists ctnd the configuration of main equipment. (3) Describe the operation mode. 4 Metal structures and equipment of navigation and other passage facilities in the dam. propose the measures against freezing. lift. ship lifts and other passage facilities in the dam. abrasion and vibration for gates. transportation. such as number. trash racks and hoists. 44 45 . operation cycles and operation energy consumption of the equip• ment. (4) Select the structural type and main parameters of the hoists. propose the measures against clogging. (2) Determine the site for overhaul and maintenance of the metal structures and equipment of pas• sage facilities in the dam and the configuration of hoisting equipment. and describe the manufacturing. and num• ber. I r C 1) Select the structural type and main parameters of the gates and trash racks for the. and num• ber. ( 1) Through the alternative comparisons and technical and economic analyses and demonstrations. structural type and main dimen• sion of metal structures and equipment of ship locks. abrasion and vibration for gates (valves). orifice size and design heads. determine the technical parameters including arrangement scheme. including capacity. 3 Gates and hoisting equipment for tail race structures. clogging.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 •• •• . 6. installation. 5 Gates and hoists for construction diversion structures. (2) Determine the arrangement scheme of gates and hoists. ventilation measures as well as the conditions of manufacturing. 6. Determine the arrangement scheme of the site for overhaul and ma• intenance of the hoists and the configuration of main equipment. installation. operation mode as well as the reliability of operation.

(3) Select the structural type and main parameters including capacity. DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 45 45 . lift and number of the hoists: describe the operation conditions and propose the guaranteed measures of power supply and safety measures for the hoists.

maximum pool level after gate closure. (2) Turbine C pump-turbine) operating characteristic curves C if applicable). 9 Fngures (1) Operating zone comparison diagrams of comprehensive characteristic curves of the turbine (pump-turbine) C if applicable).. mer or vice versa. operation conditions. 7. 10. 10. 10. 6 Metal structures and equipment of other hydraulic structures.. control. 10. 3 For the design scheme of ventilation system. in the summary sheets. 10. water flow conditions during gate closure. 1 Determine the design scheme. 2 For the powerhouse without natural ventilation comditions. metal structure and HVAC sys• tems. present the special design re• ports on heating and ventilation if necessary. 8 Summary sheets of sp cltlcatlons an number of main equipment List the names. reliability of gate closure operation and the possibil• ity of reclaim or reuse of gates and hoisting equipment. 10. dimen• sions for the metal structures and equipment of other hydraulic structures. 10. respectively. 10. electric. I (1) Select the arrangement scheme. specification and number of the main equipment including the equipment in the hydro-mechanical. 6. 7 For the metal structure and equipment with complicated technologies or with new type of gates (hoists) or advanced technologies. provide the test results and findings of studies with regard to the key technologies and equipment. 6. 7. I (4) Geographical location diagram of the hydropower station connecting to the power system. type and main parameters including capacity. 8 Propose the scheme of corrosion control for metal structures and equipment. 6. considerations should be given to fire preven• tion and smoke exhausting as well as the operation mode in the transition period from winter to sum• I ··• . (2) Describe the operating mode and conditions of manufacturing. compressed air. transportation. 10. I I. main equipment and arrangement of the heating. number. 7. ventilation and air conditioning CHVAC) systems. 7 HVAC 1· 10. 46 45 . 7. protection and comrnunication . 4 Determine the control scheme for the HVAC system. I .DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 (4) Describe the gate closure procedures. water supply and drainage and hydraulic measuring systems of the hydropower station. installation and maintenance. and present special reports if necessary. (3) Schematic diagram of pressure oil.

DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 47 45 .(5) Alternative comparison diagrams of main electrical connections (including service power and power supply for the station and dam area).

(8) Arrangement of equipment in main powerhouse and auxiliary powerhouse. electrical measuring and synchronization of the hydropower station. (9) Alternative arrangement diagrams of equipment in switchyard. (14) Structural and configuration diagram of CCTVmonitoring system.·: hydropower station or cascadehydropower stations.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 (6) Single line diagram of the hydropower station. ( 12) Single-line diagrams of the secondary systems including relay protection. (10) Arrangement of equipment in switchyard. (15) Network and equipment configuration for communication system. I I 48 45 . (17) Arrangement of metal structures of passage facilities in the dam. l (13) Structural and equipment configuration diagrams of power sources for control system. (16) Arrangement of main gates (valves). (19) Schematic diagrams of HVAC systems. (18) Electric drive and automatic control system of hoists and passage facilities in the dam. (11) Structural and equipment configuration diagram of computer-based monitoring system for the !. converter station and substa• tion. converter station and substation. (7) Wiring of service power and power supply in station and dam area. trash racks and hoists of various components of the pro• ject.

ambient temperature. 4 Electrical system for fire protection (1) Select the power supply for fire protection. etc. water supply facilities. wind speed. make brief introduction to arrangement of the main powe• rhouse. access roads inside and outside the project site. volume and pressure of fire-fighting water supply.· tion signs. (2) Determine the lighting for major production areas in fire emergencies. access roads. 1. (2) For production sites with special requirernents . 2 Fire protection design of vital areas and major electromechanical equipment ( 1) Provide the fire protection design schemes item by item for all major production areas and the main mechanical and electrical equipment. and describe the general design scheme covering functions of the fire-fighting system. 2. 11. com• mon fire-fighting facilities. 3 Fi re-fighting water supply system design Determine the fire-fighting water supply sources. main transformer yard. give a brief account of the project layout. 11. i :.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 11 Fi re rotectlon Design 11. 1 Classification of fire hazards and fire-resistance rating of productive buildings Establish the classification of fire hazards and fire-resistance rating of fire-resistance of each major production area. fire-fighting water sources. 2 General design scheme of fire protection system Analyze the location and degree of fire hazard. 1 Project overview and general design scheme of fire protection system 11. ventilation. 11. smoke control.· 49 47 . auxiliary plant. 1 Project overview Describe in brief the project. 2. power supply. fume exhaust. and outdoor oil tank cham• ber. as well as the configuration of fire protection facilities in the buildings. 11. 2. humidity. emergency ex• its. the major equipment and its layout. indicate the design requirements including the volume of air supply. and provision of evacua• .. and the configuration schemes for main fire-fighting facili• ties. wind direction and other meteorological conditions.1. 11. 2 Project fire protection design 11. indicate basis and principles for fire protection de• sign. switchyard (substation). and zoning of structures. 2. etc.

automatic control and alarm system and major equipment. 50 47 .DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 (3) Define the configuration program of fire monitoring.

~ 51 47 . 3. 1 Figures C 1) General design scheme for the fire protection system. (3) Schematic diagram of automatic fire alarm system. I· I. I I· L . 3. ventilation and smoke exhaust system.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 11. 3 Figures and tables 11. 11. 2 Tables List of main fire-fighting equipment. I .i 1. :. I· . (2) Diagram of fire-fighting water supply.

components and their types. environmental protection. as well as characteristics of ambi• ent temperature. the upstream/downstream available areas and conditions upstream and downstream. (2) Describe in brief the project layout. the local repair and processing capability. downstream water supply. (2) State the salient features and key technical problems of the project construction. deicing fea• tures. evaporation. 1. (5) Indicate the sources and supply conditions of main natural buildihg materials and the main con• struction materials to be imported and the local water and power supply conditions. humidity. 1. (4) Indicate the navigation. labor forces and logistic supplie 12. water and soil conservation. various-frequency floods and mudflows in gullies in the construction area. 12. 2 River diversion during construction 12. flood control. purposes and scale of the project. freezing. wind direction and wind speed. as well as the im• pacts of upstream/downstream water conservancy and hydropower projects on the construction of this project. 1 River diversion modes 52 49 52 . 3 Construction features (1) Describe the requirements of the project legal person and other parties in relation to the project on the pre-stage works. master construction schedule and the total construction period of the project. main dimensions and work quantities. ground temperature. preparatory works. (3) Describe in brief the accessibility and transport conditions. (2) Describe in brief the topographical and geological conditions . 1 Construction conditions 12. sunshine and fog. 1. the stage-discharge (reservoir storage capacity) relations. the characteristics of ice run and thawing in winter season. precipitation. 2. labor safety and other special requirements during construction. the flows and volumes of various-frequency floods.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 12 Construct" n 0 ga izatlo Design 12. water temperature. 1 Project conditions ( 1) Describe in brief the geographical location. 2 Natural conditions ( 1) Describe in brief the time periods for the normal flood season and he dr season and the flood characteristics. 12.

the navigation. 53 49 53 . etc.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 Compare and determine the river diversion modes. during construction period. downstream water supply and de-icing. . recommend the division of diversion periods de• fine the diversion stages and arrangement for flood protection during flood season.

methods and schedules. (3) Set out the main results of hydraulic calculations.. (2) Study the possibility of incorporation of diversion structures into permanent works and indicate the incorporation mode and specific measures. downstream water supply and de-icing. as well as the layout of di• version structures at different stages. 5 constructlon of diversion works (1) Describe the construction procedures. 2. where necessary. 12. of coffer• I gregates and embankment materials. schemes.·· 12. and identify the flood criteria and flow for each• I. layout and schedules for excavation and con• crete placement (including lining. 3 Diversion schemes and diversion procedures (1) Describe the design principles features of layout of each diversion of comparison and selection scheme and its diversion of diversion procedure.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 ! . (2) Describe the construction procedures. 2. criteria and flow. 2 Diversion criteria (1) Determine the grade of diversion structures. 2. provide the construc• r tion layout. 2. and present the technical measures for demolition 1·: dams. select the diversion illustrate scheme the I through a comprehensive technical and economic comparison. stage of diversion works. shotcrete and rock bolts) of water release structures. (2) Determine the flood criteria and flow for flood protection of the dam body during construction period. ( 1) Carry out the comparative studies of the types and layouts of the water retaining and releasing structures for the diversion works and recommend the type. materials preparation program and main construction machin• th 54 49 54 . procedures and methods. 2. 12. 6 River closure e ry ( 1) Fix up the river closure time. structural layout. and provide the results of hydraulic model test of the selected diversion scheme. navigation during construction period. and the sources of concrete ag• 1 . methods. etc.. as well as work quantities of the selected diversion scheme. gate closure for impoundment. 4 Design of diversion structures I. and provisions for river closure. and key results of stability and stress analysis. 12. 12. f o (2) Determine the river closure scheme through comparison of alternatives. (2) Set out the diversion procedures of the selected diversion scheme. 1·. and the main construction machinery required. flood protection during flood season.

e selected river closure alternative. I DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 55 49 55 . enclose the results of hydraulic model test for I I r. river closure operation. if necessary.

3. 2. and select the drainage mode and the necessary equipment. 2. (2) Analyze the number of navigable days and transportation capacity. (4) Study the possibility of integration of shipping facilities during construction period into the per• manent navigation facilities as well as their connections. provide the engineering measures for navigation in different stages during construction period. and determine the design shipping capacity. size. 7 Water drainage for foundation pit Indicate the pumping capacity (including the initial pumping and regular pumping) required by the foundation pit. (3) Based on the comparison results of various alternatives. analyze the time period when navigation may be possibly obstructed or interrupted and their impacts. 8 Gate closure and impoundment ( 1) Select the gate closure time. 9 Navigation and de-icing during construction period (1) Describe the navigation requirements of concerned agencies during construction period ( inclu• ding the impoundment period) . including the water level rise rate and water level requirements during the initial filling. tonnage. 3 Selection of material sources and exploitation of borrow/quarry areas 12. (2) Indicate the measures for downstream water supply during the gate closure and initial filling. (3) Illustrate the reservoir filling schedule and plan. 2. structural lay• out and work quantity. rock materials and 56 51 . quality. 12.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020~2007 12. (4) Indicate the initial filling scheme and corresponding measures of the pumped storage power plant. 1 Selection of material sources i Analyze and indicate the distribution. analyze the construction con• ditions and put forward construction measures for closure structures and draw up the construction schedules. reserves. and annual trans• portation of vessels passing the dam (gate) during the construction period. investigate and verify the number. flow and scheme. (5) Indicate the period and volume of ice run on the river stretches. and develop the de-icing and ice control measures. 12. including various facilities. 12. and study and develop the solutions. describe the design for closure of diversion sluice structures (including structural arrangement and wok quantity) . and exploitation and transport and process• I ing conditions and availability of concrete aggregates (both natural and crushed) .

DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020~2007 earth materials in various borrow/quarry areas. tak• ing into consideration of the following aspects: the design and test and research results of concrete 57 51 . as well as the utilization plan of excavated materials from project site. and select the material sources. through technical and economic comparison.

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and embankment materials, the impacts of impoundment, icing, environmental protection, compen•
sation for land acquisition, as well as the construction methods, intensity and schedule.

12. 3. 2 Material exploitation plan

Indicate the principles for preparing the material exploitation plans, draw up an overall balanced ma•
terial exploitation plan for each of the selected quarry site/borrow area, including the design of ex•
ploitation scope, sequences, methodologies, transport, stockpile, selection of equipment, disposal
of wastes, and environmental protection; and make studies to verify the intensity of exploitation.
Indicate the design grade of h.igh slopes involved in the material exploitation at the borrow/quarry ar•
eas, calculation results of stabi I ity analysis, and support systems and work quantity.

12. 4 Oonstructlon of main works

12. 4.1 Construction of retaining structures (gate dams)

( 1) Describe the construction procedure and methods, configuration of construction machinery,
construction layout, construction schedule and the intensity of excavation of the earth and rock ex•
cavation and slope supporting systems, propose the method for excavation of useful materials,
stockpiling locations and transportation scheme; and in case of excavation subject to controlled blas•
ting, propose the blasting saf ty control standards and protective measures.

(2) Describe the layout of construction access, construction procedures, construction methods,
construction technology, construction machinery and equipment, construction layout and construc•
tion schedule; for the foundation treatment and seepage control works C including grouting, drainage
and treatment of faulted zones, etc.).

(3) Describe the construction procedure, construction methods, construction layout, construction
schedule and necessary preparatory work for concrete works (including the roller compacted con•
crete) of different stages, determine the concrete mixing plant outlet elevation, haulage scheme, e•
quipment configuration, and placement intensity, propose criteria and technical requirements for se•
lection of mechanical equipment of each stage, treatment and grouting of each construction and
structural joint, as well as requirements and measures for staged impoundment.

(4) Indicate the variety, quality requirements, demand and sources of main raw materials (cement,
admixtures, main additives, etc.) of concrete.
(5) Propose the basic information on design of concrete temperature control, the criteria, measures
and requirements for temperature control for different seasons at different parts of the dam body,
a~nd temperature control measures for foundation parts or localities where existing concrete is in
contact, cooling of dam body during grouting, measures for concrete surface protection and crack
1.-.
control.

(6) Describe the preparation of materials for embankment dam (including soil material process•
ing scheme) , arrangements for access to dam and roads, transport intensity and design criteria,
construction procedures, construction method, construction technology, construction machin•

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paction and impoundment, and if necessary, enclose the results of embankment and compaction

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(7) Describe the excavation of materials (including processing of earth materials) for different sta•
ges of embankment, transportation, balanced excavation and filling operation, utilization of spoils
from excavation, intensity of construction and construction schedule.

(8) Describe the construction method, construction technology, construction equipment configura•
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tion, construction layout, construction schedule and intensity of the impervious systems (including
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the concrete face, toe slab, and asphalt concrete, core wall, etc.) of embankment dam.

(9) Indicate the layout plan and work quantity of main construction supporting facilities.
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12. 4. 2 Construciton of water conveyanceand release (discharge) structures on river banks

(1) Describe the layout of construction accesses (including construction adits), construction proce•
dures, construction methods, construction schedule for excavation and concreting and foundation
treatment for water conveyance and release (discharge) structures on river banks, and the work
quantity of main construction supporting facilities; transport program for excavation spoils and the
spoil yards; and in case of release structures, describe in particular the specific requirements of and
technical measures for the parts subject to high-velocity flow (For other requirements for prepara•
tion of feasibility report. refer to provisions 12. 4. 1 and 12. 4. 3, depending on the type of struc•
tures).

(2) Describe the construction procedures. construction methods, construction technology and con•
struction schedule for the transportation and installation of penstocks and concrete backfilling, con•
solidation and contact grouting as well as drainage of penstocks , and the work quantity of main con•
struction supporting facilities.

12. 4. 3 Constructionof power house and switch tation (substation, converterstation)

( 1) Describe the construction procedures, construction methods, construction layouts and con•
struction schedule for the surface excavation. foundation treatment ( including seepage control
works) and concrete placement of the power house, switch station, substation and converter sta•
tion; and the quantity of work of main construction supporting facilities; propose the engineering
measures for slope supporting and drainage of surface works.

(2) Describe the layout of construction accesses, construction procedures, construction methods
and construction schedules of excavation and foundation treatment (including seepage control
works) of such underground works as power house, and illustrate the requirements for ventilation
and smoke exhausting, blasting, supporting, drainage, lighting, treatment of poor geological sec•
tions and safety protection measures; describe the construction procedures, construction methods,
construction layout and construction schedule of concrete placement (including lining and shotcret•
ing), and propose the work quantity of main construction supporting facilities.

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including the route conditions. etc. 2 On-site access roads I (1) Indicate the amount and intensity of transport of major trunk roads at the project site. wharfs. metal structures and embedded parts. as well as the transport of large and heavy pieces. assembly (including fabrication and processing). ferries. 54 53 . 4. (2) Indicate the project requirements on total transportation volume. construction methods. 4. 4. 12.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 (4) Provide the engineering measures and scheduling arrangement for ad its plugging. ) . bridges and culverts. construction schedules. 5. 12. backfill grou• ting and consolidation grouting. 12. when necessa• ry. and indicate the re• quirements for coordination and cooperation with the civil works. layout schemes and main work quantities of the vital works (roads. propose the de• sign criteria. 4. transportation capacity. 5 Construction transportation 12. yearly transportation. recently proposed transport facilities. 5 Erection and installation of electromechanical equipment and metal structures (1) Propose the construction procedures. (4) Select the transportation scheme for passing the dam during construction period. layout and standards of the main access routes at the project site.12. average round-the-clock transport intensity. 6. 4. planned operating time and the operating conditions of road and waterway transport. (2) Determine the planning. Indicate the requirements for the level of preliminary design of transport works. 5. propose the transportation schemes and measures for the heavy and large components. I• 12. 4 Construction of navigation structures Refer to the relevant provisions in Sections 12. etc. as well as requirements for connection and coordination with the civil works. (3) Compare and determine the external transport scheme. 1 . railways and wa• terways) and the facilities (transfer stations. hydro-mechanical equipment. conduct special studies. determine the construction schedule of site access works. and ar• rangement of staged commissioning and measures required for safety installation during flood season for main electromechanical equipment. 6 Safety monitoring works Indicate the installation methods and installation schedules of the safety monitoring system. transport and lifting of main electro-mechanical equipment. (2) Propose the measures for storage. 12. tunnels. 1 Site accessibility ( 1) Investigate and verify the existing waterway and road transportation conditions.

ferries. tunnels. etc. 54 53 .).DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 (3) In the light of level of the preliminary design of traffic engineering requirements. propose the layout scheme and work quantity for the major trunk roads and key transportation facilities (large-and medium-size bridges. wharfs.

(1) Determine the peak demand of compressed air by zones. 6. (2) Indicate the source and properties of raw materials processed materials and admixtures for the aggregate processing system and embankment material processing system. work quantity. water withdrawal mode. 6. 6. intensity of concrete placement for each stage. 12. refrigerating (or heating) capacity and major equipment of concrete pre-cooling (or preheating) system. and based on the concrete produc• tion capacity. land occu• pation area. process of water treatment. a• mount of demand. work quantity and major equipment in and devices. 3 Concrete pre-cooling (or preheating) system ( 1) Describe the total volume of concrete to be pre-cooled (or be preheated) . (3) Select and determine the general layout. process layout and plant loca• th 56 55 . 12. (2) Determine the general layout and production scale and major equipment of concrete production system. quantity requirement and demands for concrete aggregates. production scale. dic (2) Determine the peak water consumption by zones and work out the water supply system plan• at ning. and propose the construction schedule and staged commissioning measures for the concrete processing plant. 2 Concrete production system ( 1) Describe in brief the total volume of concrete. land occupation area. technological process and major e• quipment for the processing system. determine the size and layout of the com• d pressed air station. 12. propose the process layout design floor area. floor area. and plant construction schedules for the processing systems. determine the water supply arrangements and water sources by zones. and work quanti• ty for the concrete pre-cooling (or preheating) system. technological process. and required volume of concrete of different varieties. as well as water-cooling requirement for mas• sive concrete placement. water/power supplies and communication systems tio n. land occupation area and work quantity of the concrete production system. floor area. intensity of pre-cooled (preheated) concrete placement of different variety. and propose the process layout design. outlet temperature requirement. indicate the floor area. and propose the construction schedule and staged commissioning measures for the concrete pre-cooling (or preheating) plant. identify the compressed air supply an mode and work out compressed air system planning. (2) Determine the production scale. 6 Construction plants and facilities 12. pro• cessed materials and admixtures for the embankment dam. 4 Compressed air.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 12. 1 Aggregate processing system ( 1) Describe in brief the variety. intensity of staged concrete placement. 6. propose the process layout design. select the size of water e supply system. land occupation area.

J: .e floor area. work quantity and major equipment and de• vices. land occupation area.· DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 56 56 .

transportation equip• ment. select the construction power supply.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 (3) Determine the power load of peak construction and power load by zones. present the bounda• 1. determine the size. fabrication and installation of metal structures. ) . land occupation area. vehicle repair and servicing shop et . propose the general construction layout and draw up a summery sheet of subarea layout of temporary works. etc. develop a power sup• ply system planning. (4) Select the external communication system. and study the possibility of re-use of land for construction use. voltage levels and power transmission and transformation schemes. (4) Identify the flood control standards and drainage system plan for the main construction sites (in• cluding the spoil areas). 5 General processing and mechanical repair shop (1) Describe the types and quantities of the major construction machinery. and work quantity and major equipment of general processing plants and machine repair shops (including steel tube processing plants. indicate the volume of earth and rock in site leveling and clearing. 12. 7 General cons ruction layout ( 1) Describe the principles for planning of general construction la out. (3) Describe the plan for excavation and fill balance of earth-rock work and utilization of excavated materials from project site. land occupation area. 12. 12. transportation and so on. precast concrete plants and machine repair shops. reinforcement fabrication plants. 8 Master construcio t n schedule 1· . including the construction plants. I (5) Describe the plan for land allocation for zoned and staged construction use. required during the construction period. (2) Propose such principal technical parameters as size. 8. work quantity and major equipment and devices. 12. propose the planning for lines of communication systems and major equipment. (2) Determine the subarea layout of the selected alternative. prepare the special report on general construction layout. 6. ry map of land for construction use. production scales and ma• jor machinery. 6 Tables Draw up a summery sheet covering items of onstruction plant facilities. and indicate the floor area. transfer) areas.· 12. 1 Basis for preparation of master construcio t n schedule 56 57 . layout and location of substations and site power plants (including stand-by power sources) . (6) In the I ight of relevant regulations. do• mestic installations. and propose the engineering measures for protection of spoil areas and the work quantity. floor area. as well as the plan for spoil stockpile (deposit. timber processing plants. processing of primary materials. 6. assembly shops for large equip ent and metal structures.

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8. the dates for project completion and commissioning ( impoundment. flood retention. the av• erage peak labor force and the total number of man-days. 9 Supply of construcio t n resources 58 57 . 12. the quantity of work to be completed year on year. filling of water passage and first power generation ) . preparatory works and main works. _ (4) Indicate the average number of labor force. set out the items. 12. the peak monthly construction intensity year on year. gate closure and impoundment. on-site access roads and other construction temporary works and construction plants and facilities. (2) Describe the construction and installation works. site accesses. the labor force demand year on year. the peak number of labor force. network diagrams. construction diversion and river closure. objectives and tasks of preliminary works and preparatory works. labor force demands by year. later-stage di• 1· version. and analyze the construction intensity and earth-rock excavation and fill balance 12. and the total construction duration. and establish the construction schedule. (5) Present the master construction schedule charts C including bar charts. indicate the construction intensity indi- cators for major works in the schedule. (2) Describe the factors and conditions controlling the construction schedule of river closure for di• version. 2 Construction stages Study and identify the critical works at each stage of construction periods and the scheduling. the peak demand of la• bor force and the total quantity of work. and propose the construction periods of pre-stage works. flood protection in flood season. 4 Master construction schedule (1) Describe the critical path of the master construction schedule and the requirements for physical image at each stage and study the measures for staged power generation. (7) This Section shall present in table the following information: the quantity of main works and temporary works. 8. 3 Schedule of preliminary works and preparatoryworks In the light of the requirements of project construction management and construction planning. foundation pit dewatering. and critical path charts). 8. (3) Demonstrate the construction intensity of the principal individual works on the critical path.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 I: I quirements of the project legal person on the time limit for the project putting into operation. an• alyze the measures to accelerate the construction schedule. 12. work quantity and milestones of main works. quan• tity of work and duration. (6) Coordinate the construction schedules and balance the construction intensity of main works.

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t n materials

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building materials as cement, admixture, steels, steel bars, tim ber, fuel and oil, blasting materials,
and the duration and quantity of annual supply.

12. 9. 2 Major construction machinery and equipment

List the main and special machinery and equipment required for construction, indicating the name,
size, and quantity, and specify the period and quantity of annual supplies.

12. 10 Figures and special reports

12. 10. 1 Figures

(1) Map of access roads to project site.

(2) General construction layout.

(3) Layout of diversion works during construction (selected alternative and comparison alterna•
tives).

(4) Structural layout of diversion works.

(5) Schematic diagram of construction methods for diversion works.

(6) Navigation arrangement during construction period.

(7) Plan of exploitation of borrow/quarry areas.

(8) Layout of construction accessand adits of main structures.

(9) Schematic diagram of excavation, construction procedures and foundation treatment of main
structures.

( 10) Schematic diagram of concrete construction procedures, construction methods and construc•
tion layout of main structures.

(11) Schematic diagram of construction procedures and construction layouts of earth-rock filling of
main structures.

( 12) Aggregate processing system layout, and production flow chart.

(13) Concrete production and pre-cooling (pre-heating) system layout.

( 14) Schematic diagram of installation and construction procedures, construction methods and con• I
struction layout of electromechanical system and hydraulic steel structures.

( 15) Boundary map of land acquired for project construction.

(16) Earth-rock excavation and fill balance and their locations.

(17) Construction schedules of pre-stage works and preparatory works.

( 18) Master construction schedule chart and network.

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12. 10. 2 Special reports

(1) Hydraulic model test report of construction diversion (river closure) works.

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and social. 3 Describe in brief the basis. present in detail the survey results of physical indexes by administrative divi• sion. 13. 2 Describe in brief the basis. 13. tive. 4 Master resettlement plan 13. 1. resources. 2. economic. 3. 13. 13. 1 Describe the geographical location of the project. 1. 1 Describe in brief the basis. 3 Describe in brief the principal results of planning and design of project-related construction land acquisition and resettlement. 1 Describe in brief the method. organizational forms and data and information. criteria. 13. and indicate the public comments on the survey re• sults and the confirmation of local governments. based on which the survey of physical indexes were made. 13. 3. 13. 13. and environmental conditions of the region where land acquisition will be made. 1. criteria.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 1_· 13 Construe ion land Acquisition and Resettlement 13. 3. criteria. 1 Identify the principles and basis for construction land acquisition and resettlement planning and design. 60 61 . methods and corresponding results of determination of the range of areas affected by the main structures of the project. 13. 3 Physlcal Indexes 13. and recommendations. 2 As required. 4 Describe in brief the characteristics of construction land acquisition of the selected alterna• 1. 2 Describe in brief the process of planning and design of project-related construction land ac• quisition and resettlement. 13. methods and corresponding results of determination of the range of reservoir-affected areas. and attach appropriate cliarts and tables. 2 Scope of construction land a 13. as well as its national social and economic development plan. 2. 3 Analyze the degree of impact of land acquisition on the national economy. 2. Describe the characteris• tics (the distribution of the key objects and their features) of the regions. time. sensitive objects. 3. impact on the local areas. social develop• ment and natural environments in the regions involved in land acquisition. the administrative divisions. 1 General provision 13. 4. method and corresponding results of determination of reservoir inundation area.

DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 60 61 .13. 4. including the resettled population. etc. 2 Analyze and determine the task of resettlement. planned items and their scales. reset• tlement modes.

technical indi• cators. 9 Make a forecast of living standard of the relocated people. resettlement resource allocation. 4. 13. 4. telecommunica• tions and other specialized projects. 5 · Indicate the aim of master planning and the planning outcomes. 4. layout and configuration of major facilities. determine the construction scales and standards for the relocation or reconstruction. 13. 4. carry out the fea• I I sibility study on minimization of inundation losses by engineering protective measures. telecommunications and other specialized projects. location. cities. draw up the principles and requirements for new sites comparison and selection. 13. and select the resettlement areas. 4. Describe the methods for resettlement environmental capacity analysis and the governing conditions. e• lectric power. 13. 5 Rural resettlement 60 61 . and treatment solutions to them. 13 Describe the impact of land acquisition on the historic relic sites and mineral resources. calculation method analysis. 4. methods and study results. including the dominant factors of considerations. 6 Analyze the population of rural resettlement. 13. including the analysis unit. I 13. 12 Give an account of the conditions of inundation and level of impact of construction land ac• quisition on the businesses of industry and mining. 4. etc. as well as special projects and so on. towns. 13. and so on. 13. 8 Analyze and present the rural resettlement plan. production meas• ures. 11 Present the technical standards and relevant technical Indicators that the planning and de• sign work have to follow in relocating the cities and towns. 4. 13. set out all the special treatment programs. demonstrate the resettlement envi• ronmental capacity of the optional resettlement areas.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 13. 4. electric power. including the dominant factors in the for• mation of the plan. 4. transportation. 13. transportation. including the planning targets. criteria for allocation of productive resources and technical standards in rural areas. 3 State the planning targets and resettlement criteria. In case of relocation or reconstruction of such specialized projects as industrial and minio~ enterprises. 14 From the point of view of technical feasibility and economic rationality. 13. 15 As per relevant regulations. 4.10 For cities and towns to be relocated. draft the outlines for resettlement plan. 4. the selection of elements for the proposed comparative alternatives and rationality analysis. geographical locations. scope. allocation of infrastructures. 4. compari on of alternatives. 13. size and grade. and the relationships be• tween resettlement works in the aspects of planning targets. 13. 4 Provide the planning outcomes including the protective works for the purpose of reducing the inundation losses and the number of relocated people. the population of production resettlement and the population to be displaced. 7 Carry out the environmental capacity analysis for resettlement work.

5.1 60 61 .1 Present the planning outcome for rural production resettlement by villaqer group. as well as I: :.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 13.

13. 1 Present the planning and design of handling of special works. and identify the construction conditions of the host sites. 6 Resettlement of cities and towns 13. demonstrate the methods and results of calculation and analysis of the cost required for relocation (rehabilitation and new construction) . relocation and infra• structures. 13. 6. 7 Handling of special works 13. 5. and indicate the approval comments. 13. 5. transportation. education and health care. 2 According to the work extent requirement of the preliminary design of water conservancy projects. provide the evalua• tion report on compensation. education and health care. 3 Conduct the relocation planning and design. culture. geological evaluation. for the works with a smaller scale. land adjustment. 1 Review and determine the size of population to be relocated from the cities and towns. water. telecommunication.•• the planningoutcome for relocation arrangement by household. 13. 13. 13. arrangementof infrastructures including wa• ter. secondary and tertiary industries and compensation cost. 62 62 62 . provide the planning and design outcome for protection works. village site layout. 2 Carry out the planning and design for production resettlement. 3 According to the regulations. culture. electric power. 6. transportation. 5. For a resettlement village of considerable scale. go through relevant formalities for approval of planning.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 :···:1 1·· . 7. and for the works subject to compensation in currency. transportation. including site selection for village resettlement. power. water resources works and protection works with a certain scale. and indicate the results of balance analysis of production resettlement cost and corre• sponding resettlement compensation cost. For any of the designated re• habilitation or reconstruction of special works with a certain construction scale Can investment value exceeding the tendering limit stipulated by the State). present the city and town relocation and construction plan and the design results of corresponding infrastructures. 6. 13. For the land development works. 4 Prepare the planned cost estim ate. present the preliminary de• sign results. at the work ex• tent of preliminary design of the relevant sector. · 13. electric power. covering production resettlement. 2 In accordancewith the work extents requirement of the detailed city and town relocation and construction plan and the preliminary design of infrastructural works. present the preliminary design outcome of such in• ! frastructures as site grading. in compliance with the scales and standards set out in the guidelines for the relocation and reconstruction of projects. 7. including the industrial and mining busines• ses. including land development. resettlement organization and so on. provide the planning and design outcomes for the relocation C rehabilitation or new construction) works. site grading.

1 Present the tasks. 8 Reservoir basin clearance 13. methods and technical requirements of reservoi_r basin clearance. 8. DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 63 63 63 .13.

12 Post-resettlement support 13. 10 Analysis of temporary use of land! and balance analysis of land acquisition and compensation 13. 1 Provide the solutions to temporary use of land in the project area. I I.11. 13. 9. 3 Provide the physical indexes and work quantity for compensation. 13. 13. 1 In accordance with the relevant requirements. 12. if necessary. 12. 11. work out the implementation schedules for construction land acquisition and resettlement. put forward suggestions on post-resettle• ment support. 1·. - 13. and design of water and soil conservation for rehabilitation C reconstruction) works of resettlement I areas and special works. methods and results of the cost analysis. 10. 5 Provide the cost estimate results of land acquisition and resettlement compensation. 1 Give a detailed account of the basis and methods for compensation cost estimate. 2 In accordance with the implementation schedules of construction land acquisition. 13. and taking into consideration of the comments from the local governments and the relocatees. 2 Indicate the basic prices and the price level year. 13. 11 Compensation cost estimate 13. 1· 1·. 8. and.. present the planning and design outcomes and costs of environmental protection for the rehabilitation or reconstruction works of resettlement f areas and special works. 2 In accordance with the relevant requirements. 13. 11. present the outcomes and costs of planning 1 ·. 13. 13. II. 2 According to the post-resettlement support policies. 2 Provide the balance analysis results of farm land acquisition and compensation. 13. 13.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 13. recommend the associated solutions.11. ·I - 13. 1 According to the requirements of construction schedule of main structures of the project. provide the planning and design outcomes of temporary use of land. 9. 13. 13. and in accordance with the requirements of the preliminary design of land development and reclamation works. 11. 13. 10. 6 Describe the methods and results of fund balance analysis. 13. and work out the unit prices for compen• sation items. 2 Specify the detailed work quantity of the reservoir basin clearance and indicate the basis. 4 Indicate the composition of compensation fees and the methods of calculation. 1 List the support policies after the implementation of reservoir resettlement. 11. 9 Environmental protection and water andl soil conservation 13. reset- 64 64 64 . 13 Implementation organization design 13.

water level and inundated physical indexes (with tables). I . I · •. I· 65 65 65 . 13. (2) Relations between reservoir. 14. 13. and define the duties and responsibilities of all parties concerned. . relocation of cities and towns. 1 Appendixes (1) Agreements and documents made between the relevant departments.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 tlement and rehabilitation of special works. (3) Location map of main structures of the project. 14. 2 Figures (1) Reservoir inundation-affected zones. . put forward the corresponding annual investment plans. (2) Approved outlines for resettlement plan... 13. (3) Design documentation (including drawings and cost estimates) for rural resettlement communi• ties and supporting water works. (4) Schematic diagram of resettlement plan. 13. 3 Propose the implementation organization mode. relocation and rehabilitation of spe• I< cial works. as well as construction of protective works. 14 Appendixes and figures 13.

14. (1) Water environment protection. draw up the principles for overall de• sign. 1. 2. 4 Design of environmental protection works and design of water and soil con• servation measures 14. 14. 3 Water and soil conservation program 14. regulations. regulations and policies. 3.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 14 Desig o Env"ron e tal Protection a d ater and Soil Co servatlon iI. ( 1) Describe the laws. tasks and objectives of the overall design. 1 Describe in brief the current status of the project environments and key environmental is• '. 2 Design of environmental protection of construction area. 14.1 Describe in brief the work processes of environmental impact assessment . 2. 3 Describe in brief the official written replies to "Environmental Impact Report" and "Water and Soil Conservation Report". 14. 14.1 Describe in brief the current status of the water and soil conservation of the project area. 2 Environmental impact assessment 14. 1. (4) Define the overall objectives of environmental protection and water and soil erosion control of the project. 14. sues. 1 Basis. 3. as well as national and local laws. 4. (2) In accordance with the requirements for protection of environmental functions of the project ar• ea. principles. Water and Soil Conservation Report and the official written replies. 4. 2. and design scheme of environmental protection and water and soil conservation. ! . 14. 14. 2 Describe in brief the water and soil erosion control program. and "Water and Soil Conservation Report". 2 Present the principal conclusions of "Environmental Impact Report". Provide the disposal programs for wastewater from aggregate 65 65 . define the scope of design and indicate the adjustments or variations in design. 2 Describe in brief the major findings of the project environmental impact assessment. 14. 14. policies and technical documentations concerning the environ• mental protection and water and soil conservation. . (3) In accordance with the environmental protection measures and requirements of Environmental Impact Report. 1. 3 Describe in brief the objectives and countermeasures of the environmental protection. 1 Overview I 14.

8 Provide the design of protective measures for other special requirements. 14. 6 Environmental management plan 66 66 . 4. 5. ambient air. 4. terrestrial ecology. 14. foundation pit. 4 Provide the planning and design schemes for preservation of rare and endangered species of animals and plants. ambient air. 5. repair system. Provide the design schemes for the control of noise sources such as construction equipment and auxiliary plants. 4. 1-·. 2 Provide the monitoring plan for water environment. aquatic ecology. 5 Environmental monitoring and water and soil conservation monitoring plan 14. acoustic environment. aggregate processing and concrete processing and traffic.·. 14. (4) Solid waste disposal. and domestic sewages from living quarters in the construction area.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 processing. 3 Provide the monitoring plan for environment of the resettlement area (with emphasis on water quality of drinking water source and population health). ecological environment and historical relics in the reservoir area. and blasting. 4. concrete flushing. Provide the design scheme for the infectious diseases prevention of the con• struction areas and construction affected areas. and provide the planning and design schemes of environmental protection for the affected areas downstream. Provide the design scheme for disposal of sanitary wastes in living quar• ters of construction areas. Provide the design schemes for abatement and control of dusts resulted from excavation blasting. as well as design of re• lated structures. 14. environmental geology. 3 Provide the planning and design of fish protection measures. 14. (2) Ambient air protection. 5. 6 Provide the planning and design schemes of environmental protection in the resettlement area. soil and water conservation in the construction areas. (6) Other measures. acoustic environment. other drainage water. 7 Provide the protective measures for water environment. 5 Provide the planning and design schemes of water and soil conservation for each sub-region under the responsibility of the project main works. 14. 14. tunnels and caverns. 4. (5) Health protection. 1 Provide the monitoring plan for water environment. traffic. 14. 1. (3) Acoustic environmental protection. 4. 14. 14. soi I and water conservation in operating period. and the emis• sions.

6.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 14. 67 67 .1 Present the environment management duties. and environmental monitoring plan during construction period. missions.

2 Indicate the water and soil conservation works and its implementation conditions. 3 Figures (1) Schematic diagram of the general layout of environmental protection works. 1 Appendixes (1) Environmental impact report as well as its review comments and approval documents.1 Indicate the environmental protection works. 14. methods and schedules. tables and figures 14. 8. I:. :_ put forward suggestions for the work of the next phase. 10 Appendlxes . 14. 2 Tables (1) Bill of quantities for environmental protection works and the implementation schedule. total investment and annual investment plan of environmental protection works. (3) Summary sheet and various tables of calculation of the investment in environmental protection works. 10. (3) Other important documents. (2) Bill of quantities for water and soil conservation works and the implementation schedule. total investment and annual investment plan of water and soil conservation. 7. 14. DL/T 5020-2007 14. 2 Provide the description of cost estimate. 14._. and its implementation conditions. ! I ( 2 67 67 . methods and schedules. Summarize the design results of environmental protection and water and soil conservation works and 1--. I · (4) Summary sheets and various tables of calculation of the investment for water and soil conserva• tion works. 6. (2) "Water and soil conservatio_n report" and its review comments and approval documents. 9 Conclusions and suggestions i. 14. 14. 10. 14. 1. 10. I 14.·. 1 Present the description of cost estimate. 7. 8 Cost estimate for environmental protection soil and works and water con• servation works 14. 7 Implementation plan of environmental protection and water and soil conser• vation 14. 8. 2 Present the environmental management requirements during operating period.

I . I DL/T 5020-2007 68 68 . .·1 (3) Flow chart of waste water (sewage) treatment.) General layout of zoning of water and soil erosion control and protection works.

· 69 69 . (8) Schematic diagrams of typical vegetation provisions. (11) Other figures. I . l·• i I !. (7) Typical design drawing of other engineering provisions. (5) Layout plan and measure arrangement of spoil yards. (10) Sketch map of locations of water and soil conservation monitoring points.DL/T 5020-2007 I 1 .. (6) Layout of soil and water conservation works. (4) Layout plan of waste water (sewage) treatment facilities. (9) Sketch map of locations of environmental monitoring points.

! the design of main structures. 4 Analyze and indicate the risk factors such as possible noise. 15. geology and other natural conditions and social environment in the surrounding areas upstream and down• stream the project area encountered in the selection of project site and project layout. 4. with focuses on safety-related matters. basic principles. poor lighting.1.1 Describe the purposes.. hydrologic..DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 1· . cause heavy casualties and property losses. 3. 2 Analyze and indicate the major buildings (structures) and equipment-related accidents that could result in flood disasters. 2. humidity. 15. and even produce grave consequences for national economic and social development. main contents and scope of work of this section. explosion. 3 Analysis of major risks and hazards 15. 3. 1 Propose the countermeasures against the unsafe factors in engineering hydrology. 1 Analyze and indicate the unfavorable factors and potential hazards in natural conditions such as hydrology and geology and social environment of the surrounding areas upstream and downstream the project area for the selection of project site and project layout. 2 Project overview 15.1 Describe in brief the geographic. 4 Project safety design 15.. 2 Describe in brief the main conclusions and recommendations presented in the pre-assess• ment report on labor safety and industrial hygiene. fire.. 2 Present the references on which this Section is based. 1 General provisions 15. heat. 15. 69 69 69 . mechanical injury. object-stricken injuries. project layout and 1· . I ! -. electro mechanical equipment. 15. 15 labor Safety and ndustrlal yg~ene 15. lifting injuries. 2 Illustrate the countermeasures to be taken for each project structure such as elimination of atomization effect during flood release. 2. 3 Analyze and indicate the risk factors such as flooding of the power house. 15. and safety clearance. injury by vehicles. toxic and hazardous substances. and natural disasters in the course of production. 15. 15. vibration. 3. injuries by falling ob• jects. fire-fighting passages. 3. heating. cold. electromagnetic and ionizing radiation in the workplace and the potential severe consequence that may endanger the physical and mental health of the staff. 4. 15. fire control spacing. dust. electrical injury. and geologic conditions. emergency ex• its. metal structures. hamper the safety of power production and safe operation of power grid. 1. as well as the potential severe consequences such as casualties and property losses. and ventila• tion and fire protection. 15.

3 Indicate the main countermeasures proposed in the design for the production buildings DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 70 70 70 .15. 4.

mechanical injuries. by components of works or by categories of accidents. 5. 15. describe in brief the major safety measures and re• quirements for safety management during the construction period. (2) Safety management body and its staffing and equipment. taking into consideration the analysis results of major risk factors in the production process as well as the project characteristics. poisoning. 4. 2 Identify the sources of vital hazards including warehouses of detonators. 4. 6 Safety management during operation period 15. 6 In consideration of the needs of safe production. passa• ges) for arranging safety signs. injuries by falling objects. 7 Safety and hygiene facilities. object-stricken injuries. fuel tanks. According to the actual conditions of the project. 1 Scope of project management. 4. etc. 15. gushing wa• ter. landslides. 15. Indicate the safety management body and number of their full-time (or part-time) management per• sonnel. noise. 5 Safety and hygiene during construction period 15. drowning. hamper the safe pro• duction of power facilities and power grids. etc. including fires. propose the scope of project management for op• 71 71 71 . Indicate the configuration criteria for safety and hygiene inspection devices and equipment and the publicity and education facilities. as well as the basic principles and requirements for the types. 6. 5 Develop the detailed preventive measures for the safety design. And make a risk analysis of the river closure during construction of diversion works. 5. 3 According to the project characteristics. graphs and colors of safety signs. indicate the places (locations and. heat. 15. explosions. flooding. 15. vibration. injuries by vehicles. 15. 4. taking the actual condition of the project into considera• tion. rock burst. and refrigeration station. 1 Make a brief analysis.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 (structures) and equipment-related accidents that may result in flood disasters. transpor• tation and traffic accidents. magazines. of the differ• ent potential hazards and risks during the construction period. 5. weir failure. lifting inju• ries. taking into consideration the analysis results of major hazard factors in the workplaces as well as the project characteristics. 4 Develop the detailed preventive measures for safety design. 15. Indicate the equipment in the safety and hygiene service rooms and their technical requirements. 15. dust. electrocution. (1) Safety and hygiene service rooms.

15. 2 Requirements for safety management.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 eration period. 72 72 72 . 6.

7. 7. 2 Figures t . unit prices and quantities of special investment for labor safety and in• dustrial hygiene. 7 Special investment for labor safety and industrial hygiene 15.1 Indicate the principles. 8. basis and price level year by which the special investment is planed. 8 Appendixes and figures 15.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020:--2007 Indicate briefly the requirements for safe production management and establishment of regulations and rules for the power plant. 3 Emergency response and rescue plan. 8. (2) Indicate the principal emergency response and rescue plans required for the power plant. 71 71 71 . 15. (2) Typical layout of safety signs. (1) Layout of labor safety and industrial hygiene facilities. 15. requirements and main contents of the emergency response and rescue plan. (1) Indicate the purpose. 1 Appendixes Review comments on Pre-Assessment Report on Labor Safety and Industrial Hygiene. 2 Indicate the items. 15. 15. 15. 6.

status quo of power industry. indicate the position and role of the proposed power plant in the power system. and scheme of connection with power system. 16. 16. 1. plant facilities design.---------~ 16. 16. project development objec• tives and scale. 6 Present the principal bills of quantities and the project characteristics. 1. 1. describe the function of energy conservation and environ• mental protection of the project in the locality and the power system of the energy receiving areas as well as its contribution to the local economic development and environmental protection. 3 Indicate the types. I. con• struction of main works. 4 Analysis on types and quantity of energy consumption. 1 Present the laws. 2 Describe the project layout and main technical parameters of main structures and hydro-me• chanical equipment. regulations and rules issued by the government and industrial sectors and current effective technical standards. construction layout. 4 Describe the site accessibility. emission reduction and energy consumption indicators. and through the analysis on construction I and operation costs. scope of power supply. project cost. types and quantities of energy consumption of various combination alternatives 1 · of power sources in the power systems. 16. 2 Present the basic information related to the energy conservation analysis. 5 Describe in brief the situation of energy supply. ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. main technical parameters and layout schemes of generating units and main electrical equipment. describe the design schemes of auxiliary systems and heating. 1 General 16. 16. 2. as well as power demand prediction in the region where the power plant will supply power. In view of opera• tion mode and characteristics of the hydropower plant. master construction schedule. on which this section is based. and energy supply for ·project construction. 2. Special attention shall be atta• ched to collect and analyze the specific provisions and regulations issued by the provincial govern• ment of the project locality.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020:--2007 16 E ergy Conser atlon Analysis 16. 2 References and basic information 16. natural conditions. 16. and energy con• 72 72 72 . as well as energy conservation and emission reduction measures. 3 Overall energy conservation benefit of the project ·I It Based on the characteristic and performance of the project. concerning the energy conservation program. 1 Describe in brief the geographical location. 1. 16. 16. sources of building materials. multipurpose benefits as well as the economic evaluation and analysis results. 1. 1.

73 73 73 . quantity of main works and their construction methods.1 On the basis of design scheme. 4.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020:--2007 sumption indicators for construction period 16.

and sum up the 1. equipment and works. and propose the I I corresponding energy efficiency indicators. 3 Analyze and indicate respectively the size. and central control room. sum up the types and quantities of energy consumption. 2 On the basis of the types. as well as the design schemes of the HVAC systems. 4. 1 Based on the design scheme for the project.). water supply system and general processing system. 4. 5. concrete production system. auxiliary plant. DL/T 5020-2007 construction mechanization level. analyze and describe in a comprehensive way the overall energy use of the project during construction period. and propose the corresponding energy efficiency indicators. and propose the annual energy consumption and the corresponding energy efficiency indicators. propose the annual energy consumption of the productive structures and the corresponding energy efficiency indicators. 5 On the basis of the energy efficiency indicators above-mentioned. 16. compressed air and water systems. type and load level of the productive structures for construction of main works. etc. 16. 16. main transformer room. 5. construction access and transportation system. and establish the composite control indica• tors including aggregate energy consumption and annual energy consumption during construction pe• riod. describe the energy consumption of the office and living facilities. 4 Make a comprehensive analysis of and describe the energy consumption of the power plant 73 73 . 4. and sum up the types and quantities of energy consumption during construction. com• pressed air system. construction plant areas.. 16. sum up the types and quantities of energy con• sumption of the productive structures and propose the corresponding energy efficiency indicators. construction material mining and process• ing areas and material and equipment storage areas. 3 On the basis of the size and design criteria for office and living facilities required by power plant operation and management. identify the major energy-consuming facilities. switchyard. analyze and describe the major energy• consuming equipment. sizes and function requirements of the productive structures such as main power house. 2 On the basis of the sizes of the auxiliary production systems (including aggregate process• ing system. and construction duration. : types and quantities of energy consumption of the auxiliary production systems. 5 Analysis 0111 type and quantity of energy consumption. lighting systems and water supply and drainage systems. analyze and describe the major energy-consu• ming equipment for the auxiliary production systems such as station service oil. 16. and propose the corresponding en• ergy efficiency indicators. 4. 16. and review the local energy supply capacity and total supply in construction period. and energy con• ·I • I sumption indicators for operation period 16. 4 Analyze and indicate the size and load level of each individual camp during construction pe• riod (including the construction management area and project management area) as well as its sup• porting living facilities. analyze and indicate I the major energy-consuming equipment. load levels and number of machine-shifts. analyze the energy consumption of various structures. 16. 5. 16. 5. and propose the annual energy consumption of the auxiliary production systems and the corresponding energy efficiency indicators. load level and number of machine-shifts during construction.

6.. DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 during operation period. Describe in brief the energy conservation measures adopted in design of the construction camps. 6.: Describe the implementation of mandatory criteria for HVAC and lighting systems in design of the HVAC and lighting svstems. 2 Type selection of electromechanical equipment and design of auxiliary equipment system I>· Describe the energy conservation considerations in selection of electromechanical equipment types and design of auxiliary equipment system. 6. Describe the type selection of main energy-consuming construction machineries and their mechanical supporting facilities in production systems as well as the energy conservation measures. 16. including the station service power consumption rate indicator and indicators for aggregate power consumption of office and liv• ing facilities. 16. 9 Propose the energy conservation measures for construction and management of the project ! during construction period. 16.•:·· 16. I . Describe the energy conservation considerations in design of the auxiliary construction production systems and construction plants as well as the energy conservation measures. and propose the energy conservation measures. I 16. project management camps and their supporting living systems and their effect.--. 6. 6. 8 Architectural design of construction camps and project management camps.·.. as well as the energy conservation measures and their effect. 6. . as well as the energy conservation measures. 6. 1 Project layout and design of main structures. I I 16. make comprehen• ~ sive technical and economic studies and comparisons of the construction techniques and processes. 16. and the main energy-consuming equipment and facilities. 3 Design of power plant HVAC and lighting systems. 6 Selection of main construction techniques and processes. 4 Design of power plant water supply and drainage system. Describe the energy conservation considerations and the energy conservation measures in design of the project layout scheme and main structures. 5 Type selection of main construction machineries and their supporting facilities. 6. 74 74 . 16. Describe the safe and economical operating mode and energy conservation measures for the water supply and drainage system of various structures in the project. 6. and propose the control indicators for energy consumption during operation period. · Describe the energy conservation considerations in construction of main works. 7 Design of auxiliary construction production systems and construction plants. 6 Principal energy conservation measures 16. 16.

10 Propose the energy conservation measures for management and maintenance of the pro- DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 75 75 .16. 6.

8. 4 From the energy conservation point of view. processes and policy-oriented research programs for the project construction. 7. 8 Figures and tables 16. and on the basis of energy structure and its efficiency in the energy receiving area. 7. 76 76 . Indicate the reduction of greenhouse gas ( GHG) emission and other pollutants of the hydropower plant and analyze the benefit from the GHG emission and other pollutant reduction. make recommendations and proposals for fur• ther studies on significant engineering techniques. DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 ject during operation period. 2 Schedule of varieties and quantities of energy consumption of hydroelectric plant during construction period. 2 Analysis on energy conservation benefits for construction period. and illustrate in a comprehensive way the aggregate energy consumption and energy efficiency during construction period. 16. indicate the calcula• tion results of saving fossil-fuel energy resources. 16. 16. operation and management. 16. 7. 16. 1 Table of energy conservation and GHG emission reduction of hydroelectric plant during op• erating period VS thermal power alternative. 3 Analysis on energy conservation benefits for operation period. analyze the energy con• servation benefit and potential in the construction period. 8. analyze the energy con• servation benefit and potential in the operation period. 1 Overall energy conservation benefit analysis. Based on the major energy conservation measures proposed in the design. 7 Analysis on energy conservation benefit analysis 16. Describe the investment benefit of the hydropower project and the thermal power alternative. 7. and illustrate in a comprehensive way the ag• gregate energy consumption and energy efficiency during the operation period. ' i' I Based on the major energy conservation measures proposed in the design. 16.

water. (3) Rules. standards. project scale. 1. investment per kilowatt. (4) Describe the project total investment and static investment. land ac• quisition and resettlement. and percentage of equity capital in the total project cost. material prices. the design estimates are prepared. specifications and regulations. 2 Principles and basis for preparation of design estimate (1) Related laws and regulations of the national and provincial governments. (4) Price level year. 17. (5) Design documents and drawings of the feasibility study report. project benefits. total construction period. quantity of consumption of main materials. 3 Preparation of project estimates 17. on which. aggregates and concrete materials as well as con• struction machine rates. 1 Project overview C 1) Brief the river system where the project is located. to• tal investment and static investment for commercial operation of the first unit(s). on which.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 17 Design Estimates 17. geographical location. 17. quantity of main works. 1 Base prices. 17. quota and cost criteria. (6) Other relevant regulations. on which. price contingency. C 1) Describe the compositions. 1. 1. the design estimates are prepared. (2) Related codes. estimate methods and relevant charge standards for project unit prices. 1. and the construction period for commercial operation of the first unit(s). :I Describe in detail the calculation methods and results for labor salary. (3) Indicate the staffing of the power plant. compressed air. 2 Unit prices for construction and installation works. 3. 76 76 . investment per kilowatt hour. (2) Describe the fund sources of the project. amount of loan interest during the construction period. 1. u• nit prices of electricity. 1 Explanatory notes 17. project layout. the design estimates are prepared. accessibility. 3.

describe the associated principles. 17.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 (2) Describe the application of quota and indexes and their adjustments. 1. 3 Estimates for temporary works construction. methods and levels. In case of the items with supplementary quota. 77 77 . 3.

6 Preparation of general estimates ( 1) Describe the principles and methods used in calculation of annual investment and cash flow.1. methods. 4 Estimates of permanent civil works. concrete batching plants. design. power supply. I 17. roads. 6 Estimate of electromechanical metal structures and the installation works. scientific research. 1. 17. 3.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 Describe the preparation methods. water supply. 17. methods and price levels for estimate of compensation costs as well as other issues to be addressed. 17. 1. relevant parameters and related actual information used in the estimate for the main civil works. 17. 1. compressed air supply. diversion works and other an• cillary works. (3) Describe the principles and methods used in calculation of price contingency. 17. investigation. (4) Describe the preparation method for costs of equipment installation works. taxes and other charges. I . (2) Indicate the calculation of freights and miscellaneous charges of main equipment. 17. (2) Describe the principles and methods used in calculation of physical contingency. and price levels used in the estimate of environmental pro• tection and water and soil conservation as well as other issues to t>e addressed. criteria and indexes used in the estimate of project manage• ment. housing and other works. 1. 7 Other issues to be addressed. Describe the preparation methods. cost indexes. aggregate processing system. 3. 1. C 1) Describe the determination of ex-works prices of major equipment. including roads. (4) Describe the principles and methods used in calculation of loan interest during construction period. 78 78 . 5 Estimate of cost for independent items Describe the calculation methods. com• munication. 1. 5 Estimate of environmental protection and water and soil conservation. The other issues that need to de indicated in the design estimate of the feasibility study. preparatory work for operation. cost indexes and parameters used in the estimate for temporary works of construction. Describe the preparation basis. 3. 4 Estimate of cost for land acquisition and resettlement compensation Describe the preparation basis. (3) Indicate the calculation of estimated prices for other equipment.

DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 17. 79 79 . 1. 8 List of main technical and economic indicators List the main technical and economic indicators of the project.

2) Estimate of permanent civil works. 1· ·· 3) Estimate of environmental protection and water and soil conservation works. (6) Summary sheet of cash flow. 4) Estimate of electromechanical equipment and the installation works. 2. (7) Summary sheet of man-hours of main works. 2 Schedules of estimates I. 1 Tables of estimates (1) Summary sheet of project estimates. I 17. 5) Estimate of environmental protection and water and soil conservation. 4) Estimate for clearance of construction sites and reservoir basin.·. (8) Summary sheet of unit prices of main compensations and subsidies. r. (2) Table of estimates of main works. (1) Summary sheet of unit prices of civil works. 2) Estimate of compensation for towns. (3) Summary sheet of unit prices of main materials. 2. (2) Summary sheet of unit prices of installation works. (5) Summary sheet of annual investments. DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 17. (3) Estim ate of land acquisition and resettlement compensation. (5) Summary sheet of quantities of main works. (4) Summary sheet of rates of construction machineries. 5) Estimate of metal structures and equipment and the installation works. r. 3) Estimate of compensation for specific works. . 1:·. 80 80 . 1) Estimate of compensation for rural areas. 2 Tables of estimates 17. 1) Estimate of temporary works of construction. (6) Summary sheet of consumption of principal materials of main works. (4) Estimate of independent items.

(13) Unit prices of installation works. (6) Construction water prices. ! . 17. (15) Investment in buildings serving for construction and project management. (14) Freight rates and miscellaneous charge rates of main equipments. (17) Investment in environmental protection and water and soil conservation works. I .. (4) Unit prices of other materials.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 17. · (19) Others. I (3) Analysis and calculation sheets of unit price analysis for compensations and subsidies. (2) Summary sheet of unit prices of main materials. 79 79 . (9) Supplementaryconstruction machinery rates. 3. 3 Appendixes 17. (18) Investment in labor safety and industrial hygiene and safety monitoring works. (5) Construction power prices. (16) Staffing of the power plant. (2) Freights and miscellaneous charges of main materials.. 1 Calculation sheets for estimates of main works (1) Labor rates. (8) Supplementary quota calculation sheets. (11) Unit prices of concrete materials. 2 Calculation sheets of estimates of land acquisition and resettlement compensation I ( 1) Summary sheet of unit-area yields and unit prices of main agricultural products. 3. ·' (10) Unit prices of aggregates. (12) Unit prices of civil works. forest products and by-products. (7) Construction compressed air prices. (3) Unit prices of main materials.

(6) Documents. (5) Analysis and calculation sheets of unit prices for other works. information and calculation sheets of cost estimate for specific works.(4) Analysis and calculation sheets of unit price for specific works. on which. DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 80 80 .

DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 the estimates are based. (2) Calculation sheet of investigation and design costs Ca separate one. (3) Calculation sheet of physical contingency. (5) Calculation sheet of loan interest during construction. 4 Others (1) Calculation sheet of annual investments. 81 81 . 3 Calculation sheets of independent costs C 1) Calculation sheets of independent costs. 3. 17. (4) Calculation sheet of price contingency. 17. 3. (6) Other calculation sheets. which shall be submitted for examination and approval along with the design estimates). (2) Calculation sheet of cash flow.

size. 18. methods and amortiza• tion results of multipurpose project benefits. 1 Estimate the financial investment and production liquidity. 2. 2 Basic references for the economic evaluation.I I 8 Eco omic Evaiuatio 18. Il• I.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 . In case of a multipurpose project.1 Describe in brief the purpose. and analyze the exter• nal costs of the project.1.· l lustrate the general situations of socio-economic development of the region where the project is lo• cated and its affected areas. repayment requ i rem en ts. I I 18. 1: . 2. liquidity and annual operation cost of the project. the composition of equity cap• ital and its benefit distribution program. and work out the annual invest• ment. 2. 3 Financial evaluation 18. and analyze the external benefits of the project (social and environmental benefits). and perform the sensitivity analysis. 1. 2 Indicate the financing program for the project construction. and bring in the cal• culation results of economic evaluation parameters. 3. 3. methods and amounts of financial investment and annual cost as well as the annual arrangement of investment. major benefits and development plan of the project. . and draw the conclusion about the economic viability of the project. 18. 18. indicate the principles. 18. propose the principles. 2. calculate the main ecenomic evaluation parameters of the sensitivity analysis. 2. the composition and annual interest rate of bank loans and f. 18. 18. demonstrate the total economic benefits and annual benefits of the project. make an overview of cost estimation methods and the main parameters. 1 8. as well as the position and role of the project in the national economy in the said region and its affected areas. 2 National economic evaluation •. 1 General provisions 18. 5 Describe the evaluation criteria. 18. describe the amortization principles. 3 Describe in brief the evaluation methods and criteria. describe in brief the calculation meth• ods of economic evaluation parameters and determination of related parameters. 4 Analyze the sensitive factors. annual invest• ment. 81 81 . 2 Describe the calculation methods of the project benefits and the corresponding key parame• ters. 1 Indicate the calculation methods and results of the fixed asset investment. 18. methods and amor• tization results of multipurpose project investment and annual operation cost.

and forecast the selling price of electricity. analyze the market com• petitiveness of a multipurpose project. 3 Analyze the power system demand on the power capacity and energy output of the power i!··. forecast the selling price of electricity. DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 82 82 . . plant and market competitiveness.3.

5 Indicate the calculation method for each cost. 18. 4. 18. study the measures for risk avoiding. social and environmental indi• cators and national strength adaptability of the region with and without the project. 11 Indicate the evaluation criteria. 18. 6 Indicate the calculation method for each tax. 18. . 18. 5. 3. 18. 10 Analyze the sensitive factors and calculate the main economic evaluation indicators for each sensitivity analysis. 3. calculation methods and parameters of financial analysis. 1 Conduct an all-around and comprehensive analysis of the project from a systems theory point of view.•. 2 Calculate the total economic indicator. 4 Demonstrate the contents. and carry out the sensitivity analysis. and identify the key risk factors affecting the project.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 18. the results of national economic evaluation. and propose the annual financial benefits. 2 Determine the key risk factors or probability distributions of combined risks on the basis of subjective or objective probability 18. ·I l 18. 4 Based on risk assessment results. 18. 18. 18. and carry out an analysis for them. and work out the indicators of debt paying ability 18. 5 Regional and macro-economic analysis i i. 3. 18. 7 Analyze the sources of repayment fund. control I and pre• vention. 1 Figures Sensitivity analysis of the key evaluation indicators. and analyze the basic survivability of the project. 7 Figures and tables 18. . 1 Analysis of possible contributions or adverse impacts of the project. 18. 4. i-. 4 Risk analysis 18. 4. 3. 8 Analyze the cash flow and accumulated surplus funds. and draw the conclusion about financial viability of the project. 3. risk analv- sis and regional and macro-economic evaluation of the proposed project. 1: 18. 3 Basedon the results of risk identification and risk assessment. financial evaluation. evaluate the key risk factors vital to the project successor failure. 83 83 . 7. 4. 6 Economic evaluation conclusions Present an overview of. structural indicators. 18. 3. and indicate the conclusions of economic evaluation. 3. 3. 5. 9 Propose the indicators for static and dynamic profitability analyses.

DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 18. (5) Calculation sheets of principal and interest repayments. (7) Statement of cash flow Call investments). (9) Balance sheet. (8) Statement of cash flow (equity capital). (3) Total cost estimates. 84 84 . (2) Investment plan and financing. 7. 1. (6) Fund sources and investment portfolios. (4) Income statement. (10) Flow chart of economic benefits and costs. 2 Tables (1) Investment estimates of fixed assets.

1 Hydropower plant project characteristics Description Unit Quantity Remarks I. . interpolated and extrapolated data ~' ... check flood volume ( days) l08m3 / I I I 6.. Hydrology 1. Mean annual runoff / l08m3 ~ '\ \ t :: [ ~. 4. recorded sediment concentra- kglm3 Date of actual measurement I tion I Mean annual bed load discharge 104 t 85 85 . Catchment area Entire catchment area km2 I Above the dam (sluice) site km2 1 . Maximum recorded flow I~ m3 Is / Date of actual measurement I . : Years with actual measurement plus 2.....: Check flood discharge (P= %) m3 Is I II I ' ·l \ v v If I r 5.DLIT 5020-2007 DL/T so20~2001 Ap endix A (Normative) Table A. :~ . .J Mean annual suspended load dis- 104 t charge Mean annual sediment concentration kglm3 I... \ ". Minimum recorded flow I m3 Is Date of actual measurement Maximum investigated historical flow m3 Is Date of actual measurement Design flood discharge ~. Typical flows I / ) \ Average annual flow m3 Is /'\... Hydrological time series used yr Ir. 3.> .. . Sediment l I : '"--.. Flood volume \ ) I Design flood volume ( days) l08m3 / I Max. Max. (P = %) m" Is (/ ..

Natural water levels Indicate the places of measure- Mean annual water level m ment DLIT 5020-2007 DL/T so20~2001 86 86 . 7.

Storage coefficient % off 6. Reservoir storage capacity ~ .> Check flood level m \ Design flood level / m \ . Full supply level / _.. Regulation characteristics 87 87 ..DLIT 5020-2007 DL/T so20~2001 Description Unit Quantity Remarks (corresponding flow m3 /s) Min.... m ~ / I/ I/ /\. recorded water level m Date & place of measurement (corresponding flow m3 /s) Max.. recorded water level m Date & place of measurement (corresponding 1 flow m3 /s) II . Reservoir water level m ~ . \\ \ Flood control limit water level during flood season I m / \ \ \ Operating flood season water -. level r during m ---------. / I Total storage capacity l08m3 / J Corresponding to check flood level Storage capacity below full supply level l08m3 I Flood regulating storage l0 8m 3 l From control check flood level to flood limit water level From flood control high-water level Flood control storage l08m3 to flood control limit water level From full supply level to mini- Live storage l08m3 mum operating level I Dead storage l08m3 Below minimum operating level Live storage/ average annual run- 5.. m -. Backwater length -: 1-- km I 4. Reservoir 1.. Reservoir area at full supply level km2 <.. ' ' 1 \ Flood control %) high water level I (P= <. )J Minim um opera ting level~ m )JI I 2.. I /JII I 3.

Water utilization coefficient % DLIT 5020-2007 DL/T so20~2001 88 88 . · 7.

Outflows and corresponding downstream water levels I Add the one item corresponding to 1.. Maximum discharge at check flood level m3 /s the power house site (if necessary) Add one item corresponding to Corresponding downstream water level m the powerhouse site (if necessary) 3. Irrigation benefits Area hm2 Max. Municipal and industrial water sup- ply benefits Guaranteed rate % Max. Min. Flood control benefits Protected area (or towns. Project benefits 1. Rated power discharge m3 /s Corresponding downstream water level m 1-· -. Maximum discharge at design flood level m" /s the powerhouse site (if necessary) Add one item corresponding to Corresponding downstream water level m the power house site (if necessary) Add one item corresponding to 2. power discharge m3 /s Corresponding downstream water level m N.· Description Unit Quantity Remarks I ill. industrial mu and mining areas) Flood standard CP= %) 3.DL/T 5020-2007 ~ I. required flow m3 /s 86 86 . required flow m3 /s Annual water demand (P= %) l08m3 4. 4. Power benefits Installed capacity MW Firm output MW corresponding dependability ( % ) Mean annual energy output l08kW•h Annual utilization hours h 2.

Annual water demand l08m3 87 87 .

Main structure area of the project Farm land mu Garden plot mu Woodland mu Population relocated person Population resettled in agricultural sec- person tor Housing displaced l04m2 3. Total land acquisition and resettle- ment Farm land mu Garden plot mu Woodland mu 88 88 . Project-related land acquisition and resettlement All the parameters presented be- 1. Reservoir inundated area low are considered up to the design target year in the resettlement plan Farm land mu Garden plot mu Woodland mu Population relocated person Population resettled in agricultural sec- person tor Housing displaced l04m2 2. Others v. bamboo) 6. DL/T so20~2007 Description Unit Quantity Remarks 5. Navigation benefits Improvement of navigable channel km Shipping tonnage (raft size) t(mX m) Design annual shipping capacity t/yr (timber.

Population relocated person -- DL/T so20~2007 89 89 .

... ) I 1 ) r I Foundation Features I I (/ Weir crest elevation \ /" .~ i Gate type (number.r. capacity) Design flood discharge m3 /s Check flood discharge m3 /s 3. m -.. Type of retaining structure Foundation Features O. . \ Max.. Water conveyance structures Design flow m3 /s Max. -. tunnel. size) Hoist type (number. \ quake Dam crest elevation -: m ------- -.... I j J l. flow m3 /s Inlet and outlet types Foundation Features 88 88 . <: / II I Number and size of overflow (or number and size of spillway) section / m '-.)" \ \ .. bottom outlet.. dam height / / m ' I \ Dam crest length I m \ /\ ~ . Release works (Overflow weir. gate open- spectively ing . spill- -/ Show the various structures re- way.DL/T 5020-2007 I Description Unit Quantity Remarks Population resettled in agricultural sec- person tor Housing displaced 104m2 VI._ . ~ I// I Unit discharge (or maximum velocity m3 I ../ in spill way) Type of energy dissipation ( s • m) . \ \ 2. r-. Main structures and equipment 1. indicate the value of peak hor- Basic seismic intensity/ design seis- degree izontal acceleration of design earth- mic intensity _.

.. \ ~ Number ) I ) Length of each penstock - m JI I Inner diameter \ \ -: m . v ) // I Max.... Size m 4... capacity and number Intersection structure type Aqueducts. head -: m I Tailrace type (number) \ ~ J<.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 I 1 _ I Description Unit Quantity Remarks Center to center elevation (or bottom m sill elevation) Gate type (number. capacity) Headrace type (number) Foundation Features Length m .. dimensions. -.. m ... size) Hoist type (number.. inverted siphons.... r Lining type Gate type. '\ II \ Type of surge tank (or forebay) type (upper/lower) Main dimensions I I I r-.. <. / I Foundation features ~' ~ / I "".... etc./ / /\ \ \ I• \1\ \ I Pressure conduit type ( --. J Length m Sectional size m . Sectional size m Lining type »: Design head / -: m -.. Power house Type 89 89 ... number Hoist type.

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head m Rated head m Rated flow (pumping capacity) m3 /s Generator / generator-motor Type Number set Rated Capacity kVA Generator power factor 7. Main M&E equipment Turbine/ pump-turbine Type Number set Rated Output (input) kW Rated speed rpm Suction head m Max. head m Min.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 Description Unit Quantity Remarks Main power house dimensions (LX m WXH) Turbine/pump setting elevation m 5. Switchyard Type Foundation Features Area (LXW) /mX m/floor number mXm/floor 6. Navigation structures and other works Type Main dimensions m 91 91 . 8. Transmission line Transmission voltage kV Number of circuits No.

I. DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 1. - I 92 92 .

Temporary construction camp mz 93 93 . flows VIL Construction features 1. Quantity of main works Open cut (earth) l04m3 Open cut (rock) l04m3 Underground excavation (rock) 104m3 Earthfill l04m3 Rockfill l04m3 Dry laid rubble masonry l04m3 Cemented rubble masonry l04m3 L· Concrete and reinforced concrete l04m3 Shotcrete l04m3 Metal structure erection t Curtain grouting m Consolidation grouting m Backfill grouting mz 2. Main construction materials Timber m3 Cement t Fly ash t Rebar t Including dowels and rock bolts Steels t 3. mm. Labor required Total man-days l03man-day Average peak labor person Peak labor person 4.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 Description Unit Quantity Remarks Annual shipping capacity 104 t/yr Navigation flow m3 /s max.

Construction power and sources Power Supply kW Indicate the power sources Other Power Equipment kW 94 94 .DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 5.

/ Release structures \ "'J '/ I Type \ ( ) I I Length -.J' / / I Size "' m J ' I I Indicate teria s (including the lithology of rock ma- excavated materi- 8. Material sources als from project site) . and corresponding deposits Concrete aggregate l04m3 Rock fill l04m3 Earth fill l04m3 9. \ Diversion flow (P= I I%) m3 /s ~ /\ \ \ I: Flood season discharge ( P = %) m3 /s ' \\ \ \\ \_ I Water retaining structures Type ( ) I of seepage Maximum height ' cont l ~ \ ~ v m r II I (/ I Type ro . Construction access and transpor ta- tion Site Accesses (highways. Construction diversion / / "<. tunnels) ---1 Grade I Length km I / 7.DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 i Description Unit Quantity Remarks 6. Construction period 95 95 . m . -. sources. \ ' Construction diversion mode ( <. waterways) Grade Length km On-site access roads ( roads. bridg- es. railways.

Pre-stage and preparation periods month Pre-stage/ preparation period Construction period up to first power Namely the construction period month generation of main works DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 i 96 96 .

I Cost/kW (static) Yuan . Economic internal rate of return % Financial internal rate of return % (whole investment) Financial internal rate of return (eq- % uity capital) On-grid power price in operating Yuan/ period (kW • h) Loan repayment period yr 93 . Economic Indicators ~ . --. I:- Cost/ (kW e h) (static) Yuan . l08Yuan ... Economic indicators 1. Total project cost (cost estimate) l08Yuan 100% Ancillary works for construction l08Yuan % Civil works l08Yuan % l Environmental protection works l08Yuan % E& M equipment and installation l08Yuan I % Hydraulic steel structure & equipment l08Yuan % and erection / ~ '<. / /II I % 2. \ \ I) \ Project-related land acquisition and re- settlement-reservoir inundation treat. I Description Unit Quantity Remarks Namely the total construction pe- Total construction period month riod of the project VIII. l08Yuan % ment I\ /'\ \ Project-related resettlement-land land acquisition acquisition and l08Yuan \ l\~ % Independent cost l08Yuan ) { % Physical contingency ( l08Yuan 1/ ( % Static investment \ \ / l08Yuan I I % Price contingency \ \/ l08Yuan v { I % Financing expense tion period during construe- -..DL/T 5020-2007 DL/T 5020-2007 i I -- I_ i:.

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