concrete dam

concrete dam

[′käŋ‚krēt ′dam]
(civil engineering)
A dam that is built of concrete.
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Tenders are invited for Reaming and re-drilling of vertical porous body drain holes of kodasalli concrete dam
The original plan was to use hydraulic chippers to break apart the concrete dam, but that wasn't going as quickly as planned.
The Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation has completed the construction of Somalia's largest concrete dam project.
The organisers described the route as: "The 'Two Dams' route was probably the most varied in terms of terrain, ranging from concrete dam walls to dusty paths and following tyre tracks through knee high shrub
Gibe III, a 610 meter-long and 243 meter high roller-compacted concrete dam has power generation capacity of 1,870 Megawatt.
2014), the risk of a tall concrete dam being subjected to underwater explosion shock wave cannot be neglected.
ADFD's loan was used to finance construction work of the concrete dam and its outbuildings, as well as for pumping and purifying plants and distribution pipelines.
Thus, a concrete dam is a complicated system of nondeterministic settings that are affected by various complex random factors [1,2].
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".
It is part of a much larger upgrade of the concrete dam or weir, spillway and earthen dam that make up the Lake Lashaway waterway control system, which principally sits under Route 9.
Effect of temperature and creep on roller compacted concrete dam during the construction stages, CMES: Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences 68(3): 239-268.