Chamshir Dam and Power Plant

• Control of seasonal floods to prevent the damages of river flooding and as a result efficient use of water in other fields like agriculture
• Controlling the river regimen and the risk of river flooding in Khuzestan province, especially in Hendijan area
• Supply water for drinking, industry and for irrigation the agricultural land with an area of 110 thousand acre
• Storage and controlling the 1.8 billion cubic meter water of Zohreh river
• Generating 620 gigawatt hour of hydroelectric power per year (520 gigawatt hour from Chamshir powerhouse and 99 gigawatt hour from diversion dam)
• Water salinity control in salty soil areas and salty springs and as a result protecting downstream from salination
• Providing amenities and facilities in Gachsaran region, development of fish farming and dependent industries

Project Organization

Employer: Iran Water Resources Development Co.
Consulting Engineers: Tehran Sahab consulting engineers
Contractor: joint venture of Sabir – Mahan Ghods – Safa Nikoo Sepahan
Contractor manager: Shahran Saze Co.

General volumes

RCC cofferdam:
Height: 32 m
Width in foundation: 25 m
Width in crest: 6 m
Crest length: 265 m
Concrete volume: 68,000 m3
Drilling in rock: 43,000 m3

RCC dam:
Height: 155 m
Width in foundation: 93 m
Width in crest: 9 m
Crest length: 560 m
Concrete volume: 1,150,000 m3
Drilling in rock: 530,000 m3
Cut off wall: 285,000 m
Volume of reservoir: 1,800,000,000 m3
Lower cofferdam:
Height: 18 m
Concrete volume: 27,000 m3

Diversion Portal:
Excavation and drilling: 270,000 m3
Shotcrete: 2,000 m3
Screen installation: 16,000 m3
Anchor bar installation: 4,800 m

Diversion Tunnel:
Concreting: 45,000 m3
Length of diversion tunnel: 4,800 m

General Layout

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