sedimentation basin

sedimentation basin

[‚sed·ə·mən′tā·shən ‚bās·ən]
(geology)
A depression in the ocean floor with a wide, flat bottom in which sediment accumulates.
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Contract notice: Machine, Process and Process Technology Sedimentation Basin 1
The decanted solids in the sedimentation basin are directed to large pockets called geotextiles, responsible for containing, storing and dewatering the tailings.
Prior to the facility's destruction, there was a marker of historical significance on the eastern side of the building, on the wall of the sedimentation basin facing Freedman Crescent.
A low head dam, or weir, a gravel trap, sedimentation basin, and a tunnel for diverting river water to a powerhouse will be built to as part of efforts to develop the hydroelectricity project.
The Project consists of the construction of diversion weir and its related structures at Golen Gol River, one km upstream of Babukah village, construction of gravel trap, sedimentation basin, an open channel and a tunnel for diverting the river water to the powerhouse.
He inspected the construction activities on the weir site located in Nauseri - 41 kilometres east of Muzaffarabad besides the main dam, composite dam, desander, and sedimentation basin and debris channel.
It may be recalled here that Neelum Jhelum hydroelectric power project is a long tunnel diversion type power station which would comprises on a composite dam, a sedimentation basin and an intake structure will be constructed on Neelum River.
Ordovician and Silurian carbonate sedimentation basin. In Geology and Mineral Resources of Estonia (Raukas, A.
This investment includes a new sedimentation basin, developments in the pulp mill and a large number of related water-saving measures.
In the present study, focus is made on the sedimentation basin in irrigation network.
Perhaps the biggest visible change will be a new sedimentation basin, on what is now a vacant lot used as a school bus turnaround.