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  • 1 Faculty of Civil Engineering Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava Department of Hydraulic Engineering Radlinského 11 81368 Bratislava Slovakia
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The contribution deals with hydrological as well as hydraulic evaluation of drainage system in one of the most critical region in Slovakia from hydrological, soil and geomorphological conditions. Results show the necessity of optimization of internal water drainage in Eastern Slovak Lowland. Particular attention is devoted to pumping station Pavlovce nad Uhom, which is part of the drainage system named ESL-3. Optimization lies in the evaluation of the pumping station effectiveness with regard to the flow capacity of drainage channel and pumping device parameters, which are installed to the pumping station.

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