concrete dam

concrete dam

[′käŋ‚krēt ′dam]
(civil engineering)
A dam that is built of concrete.
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Read Out Unit Model Edi-51V Upgraded Version For Vibrating Wire Type Instruments Installed In Concrete Dam Of Isps,Narmada Nagar.
Concrete dam should be constructed instead of temporary dam at Kabul River so that the issue could be resolved permanently, the KCA demanded.
The arched concrete dam, due for completion in 2019, "will be the biggest structure in the Middle East".
The lake has risen to a level that is putting tremendous pressure on a concrete dam holding up the sewage, said a Saudi Gazette report.
HOOVER DAM: A few miles from Lake Las Vegas and towering 725 feet above the Colorado River, Hoover Dam stands as the highest concrete dam in the Western Hemisphere.
This includes providing engineering and construction management services for the world's largest roller-compacted concrete dam and hydroelectric facility in China.
Islamabad says that the 272- metre high concrete dam would have a storage capacity of 6.
The 2,309-meter-long, 185-meter-high concrete dam structure spans the middle section of the Yangtze River near Yichang in central China's Hubei Province.
Theory and its applications of safety monitoring of roller concrete dam.
Sharm: Residents in the village of Sharm, 35 kilometres north of Fujairah, have welcomed a promise by a government minister to finally build a concrete dam after a flash flood left some 20 families homeless on Monday.
They pumped away millions of gallons of acidic water trapped behind a crumbling concrete dam and old abandoned workings and shafts in the bowels of the mountain.
In 1910, the Fredericksburg Water Power Company finished construction on a 770-foot-long, 22-foot-high concrete dam that spanned the Rappahannock River.