The article discusses the method of the remote data transmission of dam safety by using the modern computer technology, and describes the socket programming principle based on internet and the realization method of it.
This paper analyzed the mechanism of model establiehment of grey system theory GM(n, h) model. Then, it points out the existing problems for using that model to analyze and process large dam safety monitoring data array.
It has been used by many countries such as China, USA, Japan, Peru, Australia, South Africa, Iceland and Italy, in research fields of plate tectonics, earthquake, volcanic eruption, dam safety, oil field subsidence, mining collapse and so on.
Using resistivity measurements for dam safety evaluation at Enemossen tailings dam in southern Sweden
This paper presents results from part of a dam safety investigation conducted at the Enemossen tailings dam in southern Sweden.
Therefore, multiple explorations should be planned to reduce the uncertainty in application of geophysical methods to dam safety evaluation in order to compensate the resistivity information of core material.
Hydrologic risk analysis for dam safety relies on a series of probabilistic analyses of rainfall-runoff and flow routing models, and their associated inputs.
These longwall workings were designed in accordance with the statutory conditions imposed by the Reynolds Commission of Inquiry, 1978, and worked in accordance with the conditional permission given by the Dams Safety Committee.
An annual inspection of these structures is required to verify the dams safety.