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Event Organiser: The British Dam Society

Now for something completely different - session 3, webinar

  • Webinar
  • Online
  • 21 September 2020
  • 12:00 - 13:15
Now for something completely different - session 3, webinar

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#BDSMonday

Due to the unfortunate cancellation of the 2020 conference, the BDS has decided to host a number of lunchtime webinars throughout September 2020 to showcase some of the papers we received in preparation for the conference.

There will be a session held every Monday starting on 7 September in the run up to our AGM meeting and virtual Binnie Lecture by John Gosden on 5 October 2020.

Now for something completely different

Within this session there are 3 papers that show new ways of working, new applications, unique problems.

Papers

  • Fibre optic leakage monitor system for an underground water reservoir made of precast wall units: Hanchurch Service Reservoir
  • Balgray Reservoir: Outlet Pipework Condition Assessment and Rehabilitation
  • Large leakage incident in a Norwegian Concrete Faced Rockfill Dam due to ice build up within the dam body
  • Non-invasive detection and monitoring of a leak within a Victorian peat core dam

Find out more about each topic/paper

Programme

Time Presenter Title
12:00 Alan Warren Welcome and introduction
12:05 Constantin Rupp Fibre optic leakage monitor system for an underground water reservoir made of precast wall units: Hanchurch Service Reservoir
12:15 Robin Wood Large leakage incident in a Norwegian Concrete Faced Rockfill Dam due to ice build up within the dam body
12:25 Jo Hamlyn Comprehensive geophysical investigation and monitoring of leaking dams and failing structures
12:35 Alan Warren Q&A Live session and Close

Speakers

  • Alan Warren - BDS Chairman
  • Constantin Rupp - Fibre optic leakage monitor system for an underground water reservoir made of precast wall units: Hanchurch Service Reservoir
  • Robin Wood - Large leakage incident in a Norwegian Concrete Faced Rockfill Dam due to ice build up within the dam body
  • Jo Hamly - Comprehensive geophysical investigation and monitoring of leaking dams and failing structures

Event venue

Online
Online
United Kingdom

For more information please contact:

Shelly-Ann Russell

e: [email protected]

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