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Safety research - new tools for dam analysis
16 November, 2005
Yoshihisa Uchita, Hiroaki Noguchi and Victor E. Saouma share their experiences of identifying the state of the art in seismic dam safety, and report on the development of a computational tool to effectively analyse dams, from the simplest through to the most complex structures

Working around a relicence
12 October, 2005
As part of the FERC relicencing process, hydraulic design changes were necessary at the Salt Springs dam in California, US. Michael C Johnson, James E Pearman and Rod Lubben report on the results of a physical hydraulic model study to find an acceptable fixed cone diversion valve and stationary hood combination for use at the project

Talking hydro
19 August, 2005
Since its inception in 1994, the International Centre for Hydropower has helped promote the development and utilisation of hydro throughout the world. Line Fjellvær talks to IWPDC about the organisation’s future objectives and aims

Environmentally Sound?
20 May, 2005
A state-owned power company, key marine scientists and stakeholders have recently agreed to implement an adaptive management programme for Manapouri, New Zealand’s largest hydro power station

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