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The Proceedings of the 11th Conference of the British Dam Society University of Bath, June 2000

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Edited By: Paul Tedd
436 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: ICE Publishing
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This volume presents the proceedings of Dams 2000, the 11th conference of the British Dam Society, and brings together a valuable collection of 38 papers covering a wide variety of topics related to reservoir safety and the rehabilitation of existing dams. Many of the papers are case histories describing investigations and rehabilitation of existing dams to extend asset life. They include geophysics and temperature measurements, to detect leekage paths in dams, remedial works such as grouting, and slurry walls and membranes.

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* Developments in reservoir hydrology * Innovation in hydraulic structures * Risk and reservoir safety * Environmental implications: benefit and disbenefits * Lessons learned from overseas experience * Investigations and remedial works to extend asset life

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Proceedings
Edited By: Paul Tedd
436 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: ICE Publishing
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