Hydroelectric power or energy is generated from the energy released from waterfalls or dams. Simply put, waterfalls as a result of gravity. this results in kinetic energy which is converted into mechanical energy, which using turbines can, in turn, be converted into electrical energy that is usable. In ancient times, the Greeks generated energy by using wooden wheels to convert kinetic water energy into mechanical energy[1]. The first hydroelectric power generating plant was built in the United States of America in 1882, using fast flowing river water. In time, humans began developing dams and reservoirs to store water at locations considered convenient to utilize and exploit the power capacity and capability of water. Since then, hydroelectric power generation has overseen a myriad of transformations, both engineering and structural [2]. These resulted in a much more complicated hydroelectric energy power plant design process.