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Design of Small Dams. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. For important projects, Although this text is related almost exclusively particularly where the spillway cost is a major item to the design of small dams and appurtenant struc- of project cost and thus may have an important tures, it is important that the designer be familiar bearing on project feasibility, more exact and com- with the purposes of the project, the considerations plex studies which are beyond the scope of this text influencing its justification, and the manner of ar- may be justified.

This text is addressed to the designer of the struc- For these reasons, an outline discussion of a desir- ture and does not include in its scope the field of able project investigation has been included in construction practices or methods.

USBR Small Dams

However, as the chapter I. Special recognition is dam. Rice, Chief of the Dams Branch, for This text is not intended in any way to encourage his guidance and counsel, especially in determining assumption of undue responsibility on the part of the scope and treatment of the text.

The stated limitations of the design pro- especially the Soil Conservation Service, U. De- cedures should be heeded. Bureau of Reclamation, U. Acknowledgments to other organ- Chief Engineer, and L. Puls, Chief Designing izations furnishing a lesser amount of material are Engineer. More than 30 engineers and many tech- given throughout the text. Categories of resources Ecological and environmental considerations for fish. Ecological and environmental considerations for wildlife.

Planning for recreation facilities. Purpose and scope Section Page. Basic hydrologic and meteorologic data.. Hydrologic data Meteorologic data.. Field reconnaissance of drainage basins for flood hydrology studies.. Field reconnaissance report.. Development of probable maximum storms.. Flood runoff from rainfall Flood runoff from snowmelt Envelope curves of prior flood discharges Estimates of frequency of occurrence of floods Flood hydrology reports Classification according to use Classification by hydraulic design Classification by materials Earthfill dams Rockfill dams Concrete gravity dams Concrete arch dams Concrete buttress dams..

Other types.. Geology and foundation conditions Materials available Statutory restrictions Purpose and benefit-cost relation.. Embankment soils.. Riprap and rockfill.. Concrete aggregate Reservoir studies Presentation of data Topographic maps Geologic maps Agricultural soil maps Remote sensing..

Soil components Soil moisture Properties of soil components Sectic vz Page. Unified soil classification system.. Engineering characteristics of soil groups.. Igneous rocks Sedimentary rocks.. Metamorphic rocks Rock classification Fluvial-lacustrine soils Glacial deposits.. Aeolian deposits.. Residual soils Surface geophysical techniques Accessible exploratory methods Nonaccessible exploratory methods..

Disturbed samples hand-sampling methods Disturbed samples mechanical sampling methods Protection and preparation of disturbed samples for shipping.. Undisturbed hand-sampling methods.. Undisturbed mechanical sampling methods..

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Rock coring methods Identification of holes Log forms Information on log forms Description of soils Description of rock cores Field permeability tests Inplace unit weight tests sand replacement method. Laboratory tests on soils Laboratory tests on riprap and concrete aggregate Origin and development Scope of discussion Selection of type of earthfill dam Design data Design criteria. Rock foundations.. Methods of treating rock foundations.. Sand and gravel foundations Methods of treating sand and gravel foundations Sectia Page.

Designs for sand and gravel foundations.. Exposed pervious foundations shallow depth Exposed pervious foundations intermediate depth Exposed pervious foundations great depth Covered pervious foundations Methods of treating silt and clay foundations.. Designs for silt and clay foundations..

Design of Small Dams

Fundamental considerations Pore water pressure Seepage through embankments Stability analyses Embankment design Seismic design.. Crest design Upstream slope protection Downstream slope protection.. Surface drainage.. Flared slopes at abutments.. Maximum sections Origin and usage.. Definition and types of rockfill dams Foundation requirements and treatment Membrane cutoffs Selection of rock materials..

Embankment sections. Placement of rockfill materials. Impervious central core.. Reinforced concrete.. Asphaltic concrete.. Timber planking.. Origin and development.. Elastic properties Thermal properties Average properties External water pressure Internal water pressures Dead load Silt pressure Load combinations Deformation modulus Shear strength.. Foundation configuration.. Safety factors.. Sliding stability Internal stresses-untracked sections Internal stresses and sliding stability-cracked sections Dams on pervious foundations Details of layout and design Selection of inflow design flood Relation of surcharge storage to spillway capacity Flood routing Selection of spillway size and type Selection of spillway layout Spillway components Spillway types..

Controlled crests Shape for uncontrolled ogee crest.. Discharge over an uncontrolled overflow ogee crest.. Discharge coefficient for uncontrolled ogee crests Examples of designs of uncontrolled ogee crests.. Uncontrolled ogee crests designed for less than maximum head.. Gate-controlled ogee crests.. Discharge over gate-controlled ogee crests.. Side channel spillways.. Open channels Deflector buckets Hydraulic-jump basins..

Submerged bucket dissipators Examples of designs of a stilling basin and an alternative submerged bucket dissipator Plunge basins Free overfall straight drop spillways Drop inlet shaft or morning glory spillways..

Culvert spillways Crest structures and walls Open channel linings.. Miscellaneous details.. Determination of required capacities Outlet works position in relation to reservoir storage levels Conditions that determine outlet works layout Arrangement of outlet works Location of outlet works controls Intake structures Terminal structures and dissipating devices Entrance and outlet channels Nature of flow in outlet works..

Open-channel flow in outlet works.. Pressure flow in outlet conduits Pressure flow losses in conduits Transition shapes Terminal structures Design examples..

Tunnel details.. Cut-and-cover conduit details Details of typical structures Streamflow characteristics Selection of diversion flood Temporary diversion channels-earthfill dams Multiple-stage diversion for concrete dams Operation and maintenance program.. General information.. Earthfill embankments.. Concrete dams Structures and mechanical equipment.. Storage dams Diversion dams Flood detention reservoirs Changes in operating plan..

Emergency preparedness plan Federal guidelines for dam safety New dams Existing dams Documentation on dams Overall safety classification.. Downstream hazard assessment.. Analyses of seismotectonic issues..

Analyses of geologic issues.. Analyses of geotechnical issues Analyses of structural issues Basis for dam safety corrections.. Methods of determining sediment inflow.. Reservoir sediment deposition.. Downstream channel effects.. Lists of symbols and conversion factors..

Flow in open channels.. Flow in closed conduits.. Hydraulic jump.. Collection of data.. Slope-area method of computing streamflow.. Development of rating curves.. Critical flow.. Computer applications.. Earth pressures on retaining walls.. Earthquake loads on retaining walls.. Allowable bearing values for structure footings Precast concrete pipe conduits.. Cast-in-place concrete conduits Definitions, symbols, and units.. Soil mechanics of compaction Preparation of foundations Pervious fill Rockfill and riprap..

Miscellaneous fills.. Records and reports Control criteria.. Important properties of concrete Effects of curing on strength.. Effects of entrained air on the properties of concrete Types of portland cement Abnormal set of portland cement.. Use of pozzolans Quality and gradation of aggregates.. Quality of mixing and curing water Use of admixtures Field control Estimate of water requirement.. Estimate of cement requirement.. Estimate of admixture requirement.. Estimate of aggregate requirement..

Computations of proportions.. Batch mass computations Adjustments to trial mix.. Mixes for small jobs.. Aggregate production and control.. Batching methods and facilities at concrete mixing plants.. Production of quality concrete.. Preparations preliminary to placing..

Landscape preservation.. Preservation of vegetation Prevention of water pollution Abatement of air pollution Dust abatement Noise abatement Light abatement Preservation of historical and archeological data Vegetation control.. Cleanup and disposal of waste materials Clearing at damsite Classification of excavation Classification of excavation alternate. Definitions of materials..

Opencut excavation, general Drilling line holes for rock excavation Excavation for grout cap Excavation for dam embankment foundation.. Excavation, in opencut, for structures Protective coating for structure foundations Borrow areas.. Rock deposits rock furnished by contractor. Rock source source furnished by Contracting Officer Disposal of excavated materials Embankment construction, general.. Earthfill in dam embankment, zone Specially compacted earthfill, zone 1. Test pits in compacted earthfill..

Earthfill in dam embankment, drainage material, zone Sand, gravel, and cobble fill in dam embankment, zone -. Miscellaneous fill in dam embankment, zone Rockfill in dam embankment, zone Impervious backfill Compacting impervious backfill..

Pervious backfill..

Rock backfill Bedding for riprap Tunnel construction, general Draining, lighting, and ventilating tunnel during construction Tunnel excavation Shotcrete for protective coatings Structural-steel tunnel support system.. Foot blocks, lagging, blocking, and spreaders Rock bolt tunnel supports Chain link fabric tunnel supports Shotcrete tunnel support system Preparation for placing concrete lining Concrete in outlet works tunnel lining and gate chamber Backfill grouting Requirements for pressure grouting, general Drilling foundation grout holes Pipe for foundation grouting Hookups to grout holes Pressure grouting foundations and outlet works..

Slush grouting foundations Dental concrete.. Concrete Specifications for Small Jobs. Batching, mixing, and transporting Concrete placement, curing, and protection Repair of concrete.. Concrete Specifications for large Jobs.

Concrete quality control measures and concrete quality assurance program Cementitious materials Coarse aggregate.. Temperature of concrete Reinforcing bars and fabric Tolerances for concrete construction Preparations for placing.. Finishes and finishing Measurement of concrete.. Payment for concrete Diversion and care of stream during construction Removal of water from foundations Concrete or cement-bound curtain..

Steel sheet piling..

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