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flashboard

[′flash‚bȯrd]
(civil engineering)
A relatively low, temporary barrier constructed of a series of boards along the top of a dam spillway to increase storage capacity.
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For the flashboard, only three molding trials were needed to lead to a fully successful part.
The redesigned Flashboards product offers a new graphical user interface and features to help customers improve operations.
This photograph shows workmen of the Essex Company maintaining the flashboards on the dam at Lawrence, Massachusetts.
A replacement structure consisting of a new concrete sill, renovations to the fish passage structure, and new end bracing to secure the flashboards is planned for construction in 2019.
Because we had a little extra money in the budget at the end of the project, we opted for the crank-controlled gate rather than flashboards that we'd have to remove by hand.
0, the company said it has added role-based consoles, new Remedy Flashboards integrations and support for Corrective Action Requests (CARs) to expedite quality management processes and elevate key problems so they can be resolved more quickly.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-15 January 2003-Remedy ships Flashboards 5.
The town removed all flashboards from the Bartlett Pond dam and the pond has been significantly drained, according to the town administrator's report.
The 150-year-old Brownsville Dam was a 5-foot high concrete structure supported by an additional six-foot high wall of flashboards that were installed each summer to back water up into a three-mile long mill race through the town.
Fease added flashboards to the dam, which raised the water level, still without a permit - from which he claims exemption.
And we have from time to time some fairly large expenses in replacing the flashboards and providing riprap - large boulders - beneath the dam to prevent erosion.