stoplog

stoplog

[′stäp‚läg]
(civil engineering)
A log, plank, or steel or concrete beam that fits into a groove or rack between walls or piers to prevent the flow of water through an opening in a dam, conduit, or other channel.
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Work carried out has included the refurbishment of the station's pointing doors; the installation of an adjustable stoplog and automated weed screen; the total renovation of the pumping station itself; as well as an inspection and overhaul of existing pumps on site.
A wetland was given a hydrologic manipulation score of 1 if no initial or ongoing physical manipulations of the hydrology were detected, 2 if it was hydrologically engineered at the time of construction by some form of an excavated basin, a dozier valve, stoplog, berm, or levee, or 3 if ongoing management of water depth was detected.
In addition, the stoplog guides in the structure were badly corroded, and gates could not be operated.
In addition to the five main structures, five 42-inch culverts and four 6-foot stoplog structures were installed under La.