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Innkraftwerk Langkampfen
Austria
Das Kraftwerk Langkampfen wurde im November 1998 in Betrieb genommen. Das Laufkraftwerk befindet sich zwischen den beiden Innstaustufen Kirchbichl und Ebbs-Oberaudorf und beansprucht insgesamt 9 km Flussstrecke. Um das 8,3 Meter hohe Gefälle dieser Strecke zu nutzen, musste der Inn von der Wehranlage flussabwärts bis zur Kufsteiner Innbrücke etwas eingetieft werden. Das Hauptbauwerk, bestehend aus Kraftwerk und Wehranlage, wurde quer zum Flussverlauf errichtet. Im Inneren des Kraftwerkes sind zwei Maschinensätze installiert. Sie bestehen aus je einer Kaplan-Rohrturbine und einem Synchron-Generator. Mit einer Maschinenleistung von 31,5 Megawatt, einer Fallhöhe von 8,3 Metern und einem Wasserdurchfluss von 425.000 Litern pro Sekunde erzeugt das Kraftwerk Langkampfen jährlich bis zu 169 Gigawattstunden elektrische Energie.
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Uploaded: 05/02/2011
Updated: 11/08/2014
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