Location of Xiaolangdi Dam in China
|Construction cost||US$3.5 billion|
|Owner(s)||Yellow River Water and Hydroelectric Power Development Corporation|
|Dam and spillways|
|Type of dam||Embankment, rock-fill|
|Height||154 m (505 ft)|
|Width (base)||1,317 m (4,321 ft)|
|Total capacity||12.8 km3 (10,377,129 acre·ft)|
|Max. length||130 km (81 mi)|
|Turbines||6 × 306 MW|
|Installed capacity||1,836 MW|
|Annual generation||5.1 TWh|
The Xiaolangdi Dam (Chinese: 小浪底; Pinyin: Xiǎolàngdǐ) is a dam in Jiyuan, Henan Province, China, and impounds the Yellow River. The facility is located about 20 km to the northwest of Luoyang. It has a total installed capacity of 1,836 MW and generates up to 5.1 TWh annually with the help of six 306 MW turbines. The dam stands 154 m (505 ft) tall and 1,317 m (4,321 ft) wide, and cost US$3.5 billion to construct.
- "Xiaolangdi Hydroelectric Power Plant China, China". Power-Technology. Retrieved 23 August 2011.
- Structural specifications of the Xiaolangdi Dam Archived July 7, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
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