concrete dam

concrete dam

[′käŋ‚krēt ′dam]
(civil engineering)
A dam that is built of concrete.
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Measures will include concrete dam works and the installation of hydraulic steel components, turbines and electromechanical equipment for the six hydropower units.
Purna Kumari Subedi demanded that the government construct a concrete dam on the Raptiriver, saying 10,000 bighs land on Nepal side in Banke district have been inundated due to the Laxmanpur dam constructed on the NepalIndia border unilaterally by India breaching the international law.
The project includes setting up a major concrete dam for storing water required to generate power along with four other dams bringing the total quantities of stored water to 33 billion cubic meters.
The concrete dam has a height of 131 meters and the base is approximately 550 meters.
The issue came up as aldermen were discussing what to do now that the Illinois Department of Natural Resources has nixed giving the city permission to repair the aging 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.
For a concrete dam without damage, [??](t) preserves the major information of the calculated modal features x(t), which is mainly the effect of some environmental variables; [epsilon](t) = g([eta]) is the random component, which contains the influence of some other random factors [eta], such as the identification error of modal features.
For example, a borehole could be drilled in the concrete dam, and the core would be taken out to check the concrete degradation degree.
For that, the concrete dam is divided into I unites, the governing equation for the system with I freedom is as follows:
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.