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Navigation conditions at John H. Overton Lock and Dam, Red River

Louis J. Shows

Navigation conditions at John H. Overton Lock and Dam, Red River

hydraulic model investigation

by Louis J. Shows

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Published by U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station in Vicksburg, Miss .
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    Subjects:
  • Hydraulic models.,
  • Red River (Tex.-La.) -- Navigation.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Louis J. Shows, John J. Franco ; prepared for U.S. Army Engineer District, New Orleans.
    SeriesTechnical report -- HL-79-3., Technical report (U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station) -- HL-79-3.
    ContributionsFranco, John J., United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. New Orleans District., Hydraulics Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36, [19] p., 24 p. of plates :
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17824315M

      The locks and dams between Shreveport and the mouth of the Red River near Marksville, where the Old River Lock and Dam is located, are: • Lindy C. Boggs Lock and Dam No. 1: . The hours of availability for locking at Lindy C. Boggs Lock and Dam, John H. Overton Lock and Dam, Lock and Dam No. 3, Russell B. Long Lock and Dam, and Joe D. Waggonner, JR Lock and Dam on the J Bennett Johnston Waterway will remain at the current schedule of 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, and days per year for a one year period.

    Red River Waterway, LA, now known as the J. Bennett Johnston Waterway, contains five locks and dams on the Red River. The project is operated by the Corps of Engineers and the Red River Waterway Commission. There are fishing, boating, picnicking, and bird watching opportunities at . Construction on the Lock was begun in Cheatham Lock was opened to navigation traffic on August of The lock chamber is foot long and foot wide. During normal lake levels, the lock will lift a boat foot from the river below the dam to the lake above the dam. The lock releases over 17 million gallons of water each time is.

    Vicksburg District completes dewatering of John H. Overton Lock, Dam The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Vicksburg District completed the dewatering of the John H. Overton Lock and Dam Nov. 2 on the Red River, located in Alexandria, Louisiana, at river mile   Dewatering Overton Lock and Dam. Dewatering the John H. Overton Lock and Dam is an important step in maintaining navigation on the Red River waterway, where more than four million tons of commerce are shipped on: Clay St, Vicksburg, , MS.


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Navigation conditions at John H. Overton Lock and Dam, Red River by Louis J. Shows Download PDF EPUB FB2

Abstract: The John H. Overton Lock and Dam will be the second navigation structure proposed for the development of navigation on the Red River waterways. The structure will be located in a cutoff channel in the left overbank about 74 realigned channel miles above the Mississippi River.

Get this from a library. Navigation conditions at John H. Overton Lock and Dam, Red River: hydraulic model investigation. [Louis J Shows; John J Franco; United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. New Orleans District.; Hydraulics Laboratory (U.S.)]. Abstract: The John H.

Overton Lock and Dam will be the second navigation structure proposed for the development of navigation on the Red River waterways. The structure will be located in a cutoff channel in the left overbank about 74 realigned channel miles above the Mississippi by: 1.

The John H. Overton Lock and Dam will be the second navigation structure proposed for the development of navigation on the Red River waterways. The structure will be located in a cutoff channel in the left overbank about 74 realigned channel miles above the Mississippi River.

Navigation conditions at John H. Overton Lock and Dam, Red River: hydraulic model investigation / By Louis J. Shows, John J. Franco, Hydraulics Laboratory (U.S.) and United States. Army.

Navigation conditions at John H. Overton Lock and Dam Report. Mississippi River: Yazoo River Basin: Yazoo Backwater. Boeuf-Tensas Basin Red River @ Alexandria, LA: Plot: Red River @ John H. Overton Lock and Dam (#2) Plot: Red River @ L.C. Boggs Lock and Dam (#1) Plot: Accessibility FOIA Information Quality Act: Link Disclaimer.

TECHNICAL REPORT HL US Army Corp RED RIVER WATERWAY i S JOHN H. OVERTON LOCK AND DAM Report 4 N STILLING BASIN, RIPRAP, AND HYDROPOWER REQUIREMENTS N Spillway and Hydropower Model Investigation II " by Stephen T. Maynord, Jerry V.

Markussen Hydraulics Laboratory DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY Waterways Experiment Station, Corps of Engineers. John H. Overton Lock And Dam-Red River Waterway, Alexandria, Louisiana. 24 likes 1 talking about this were here. Local Business5/5(3). A raging Red River as seen from the Red River Waterway’s John H.

Overton Lock & Dam No. 2 in Poland. RED RIVER WATERWAY, JOHN H. OVERTON LOCK AND DAM SEDIMENTATION IN LOCK APPROACHES TABS-2 Numerical Model Investigation PART I: INTRODUCTION The Prototype 1. The Red River Waterway Project will provide a navigation route from the Mississippi River at its junction with Old River via the Old and Red rivers to Shreveport, LA.

Dewatering the John H. Overton Lock and Dam is an important step in maintaining navigation on the Red River waterway, where more than four million tons of. Recreational areas around the Lock and Dam begin to flood. Access to Eureka Landing community stops, with access cut off.

Water begins to inundate the Eureka Landing community. Considerable flooding of agricultural land. Flooding of pastureland begins along the lower Alabama River. Flooding of low lying area. Modification to John H. Overton Lock and Dam. The Red River Waterway Project, Mississippi River to Shreveport, Louisiana, will consist of a navigation channel 9 feet (m) deep by feet (m) wide, 5 locks and dams providing a total lift of feet (m) and a number of channel realignments and revetments for a length of miles (km).Author: Ralph R.

Robertson. The River Operations Branch is responsible for channel improvement, dredging, and navigation activities on the lower Mississippi, Red, Ouachita/Black, and Pearl rivers. This work is accomplished by utilizing specialized floating plant, dustpan and cutterhead dredges, towboats, survey boats, and various other river-related equipment.

US Army orps of Engineers Maintained Navigation Projects In Louisiana. This report presents information about navigable waterways, locks, and other ancillary John H. Overton Lock & Dam (RR L&D #2) 95 Red River Lock & Dam #3. 96 Russell.

Long Lock & Dam (RR L&D #4) Size: 3MB. Corps Completes Dewatering Of John H. Overton Lock Novem By Frank McCormack Commercial navigation is moving again through the John H. Overton Lock—also called Lock 2—on the Red River located at Mile near Alexandria, La., following a two-month closure for dewatering, inspection and maintenance.

ALEXANDRIA, La. (AP) — A navigation lock on the Red River in central Louisiana has reopened. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it reopened the John H.

Overton Lock and Dam at Alexandria earlier this month. Directions to River Control Structures. Lock & Dam # 5 – Joe D. Waggonner Jr. – Directions from Shreveport, La. – Follow La. Hwy. 1 south 15 miles. Lock & Dam #4 – Russell B. Long – Directions from Coushatta, La. - Follow La. south 10 miles.

Lock & Dam #3 – Directions from Colfax - from downtown Colfax, follow main street 2 miles. Lock & Dam #2 - John H. Overton. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it reopened the John H. Overton Lock and Dam at Alexandria earlier this month. The Corps of Engineers’ Vicksburg District closed the lock in September, draining all the water from inside the lock chamber for the first time since it was built in New Orleans District: Navigation conditions at John H.

Overton Lock and Dam, Red River: hydraulic model investigation / (Vicksburg, Mississippi: Waterways Experiment Station ;, ), also by Louis J.

Shows, John J. Franco, and Hydraulics Laboratory (U.S.) (page images at HathiTrust). ALEXANDRIA, La. (AP) — A navigation lock on the Red River in central Louisiana has reopened. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it reopened the John H. Overton Lock and Dam .Commercial navigation is moving again through the John H.

Overton Lock—also called Lock 2—on the Red River located at Mile near Alexandria, La., following a .Lock and Dam No.

2, John H. Overton at Navigation Mile Normal pool elevation above the dam is maintained at 64 feet. It is located east of Chambers and Latanier at or about 31°’ N.