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Published by University of Salford in Salford .
Written in English

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PhD thesis, Civil Engineering and Construction.

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  Guidelines for Design of Dams January Revised January These can be spillways, low-level outlet works and conduits. and the top of the dam. Gravity Dam is constructed of concrete and/or masonry and/or laid-up stone that relies upon its weight for :// excavation and earth fill, rock fill, or both. Preference is given to placement of auxiliary spillways adjacent to and around the dam rather than over the dam. Auxiliary spillways may be unlined or lined. The lining for spillways on NRCS dams is typically grass, roller-compacted concrete, or reinforced concrete. ://?content=wba.   alternative to expensive service or emergency spillways. Use of (RCC) roller-compacted concrete in dam construction provides the opportunity to build a stepped spillway right into the dam. We will present background and available hydraulic design information on stepped spillways for RCC dams with plans for Reclamation's future :// the baffle blocks than freee jump for large submergences. Chanson [ 5] stated that stepped spillways are a common type of hydraulic structure designed to discharge waters safely