Sediment Control Building

a. Retaining weir (check dams) Retaining dams built upstream which serves to slow down and gradually reduce the volume of lava flood. To deal with the forces that are at the required weir lava flood barrier that is strong enough. In addition to accomodating clash large rocks, the lighthouse and the wings of the weir should be made of concrete ...

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Definition Reservoir

Reservoir is a large pond where water is stored preparations for various needs. Reservoirs can be naturally occurring or man-made. Artificial reservoirs are built in a way to make the dam and the water flowed until the reservoir is full. Dam or dam construction is built to withstand the rate of water into the reservoir, lake or recreation areas. Often ...

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Drainage and Irrigation Channels

Drainage and irrigation channels is intended to drain the excess water so it does not damage the soil, plants, and other conservation or building. The forms of drainage and irrigation channels: a. channel dodger function: • Prevent the entry of surface runoff from the area above it to the bottom of landslide-prone areas. • Drain excess water into the sewers ...

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Preparation Phase Infiltration Wells

Stages as catchment wells are:  – Getting started in the form of land preparation and ingredients.  – Excavation is good for the well itself or tissue baerasal from the roof of the house.  – Installation includes installation of concrete or brick bus and installation of water supply network from house to house. Installation of recharge wells can ...

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Understanding Dams

Dams construction is built to withstand the rate of water into the reservoir, lake or recreation areas. Often dams are also used to provide water to a hydroelectric plants. Most of the dam also has a section called the floodgates to dispose of unwanted water gradually or sustainable. Figure 36. Weir Dams and weir is actually a different structure. Weir ...

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Understanding Embankment

Dikes have another name levee, dike, embankment, which is a sort of slanted walls either artificial or natural, is used to regulate the water level. Usually made of soil and often are constructed parallel to the river or beach body. The word dike probably derived from the Dutch word dijk, where the construction of the embankment has happened since 12.Bangunan ...

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