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Improvements In Reservoir Construction (The British Dam Society) e-book

Author:

British Dam Society

Language:

English

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Transport

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Engineering

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1959 kb

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Rating:

4.1

Publisher:

Thomas Telford Publishing (January 1, 2006)

Pages:

440

ISBN:

0727734709

Improvements In Reservoir Construction (The British Dam Society) e-book

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The British Dam Society was established in London, UK, in 1965 and is a learned 'Associated Society' of the Institution of Civil Engineers and a registered charity in England and Wales (No. 1113476). BDS aims to advance public and professional understanding of technical subjects relating to the planning, design, construction, maintenance, operation, safety, environmental and social issues that are involved with dams and reservoir projects.

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Alan Warren, chairman of the British Dam Society, said the cause was unclear. We don't know whether the concrete was inadequate or whether there was some problem underneath those concrete slabs which means the slabs fell into a void that had been forming underneath," he said. Maybe the joints in the slabs weren't properly sealed, and water was getting in through the joints. All reservoirs in England and Wales with a capacity above 25,000 cubic metres above ground level must comply with the Reservoirs Act. Every dam must have a supervising civil engineer and an inspecting civil engineer to file annual safety reports to Defra, Mr Coackley said.

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The British Dam Society was established in London, UK, in 1965 and is a learned 'Associated Society' of the . A reservoir is, most commonly, an enlarged natural or artificial lake, pond or impoundment created using a dam or lock to store water. Geoffrey Morse Binnie FRS FEng was a British civil engineer and writer particularly associated with dams and reservoirs.

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This book contains the proceedings of the 14th conference of the British Dam Society held at the University of Durham 6-9 September 2006, and covers critical issues relating to Improvements in Reservoir Construction, Operation and Maintenance. It addresses the recent changes to reservoir legislation in England and Wales relating to the enforcement of the Reservoirs Act 1975 and the requirement to prepare flood plans along with the introduction of the Controlled Activities Regulations in Scotland. Following the upgrading of many spillways in the last 30 years, internal erosion is identified as the greatest threat to UK reservoirs so in response to this problem, a number of methods for the early detection of internal erosion are explained.

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