What are hydrodynamically dangerous objects?

A hydrodynamically hazardous object is a structure or natural formation that creates the difference in water levels before (upper downstream) and after (lower downstream) them. These include dams, dams, dams, water intake and intake structures, pressure basins and surge tanks, waterworks, small hydroelectric power stations and structures designed for the engineering protection of cities and agricultural lands.

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