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Fill Type Dam

Dams urugan (fill type dam) can be divided into: 1) Dam homogeneous A dam urugan classified in homogeneous type, if the material that forms the body of the dam consists of ground that is almost similar and the gradation (the composition of the grain size) is almost uniform. Keseluruhannyaberfungsi dam body is double, namely as building blocks as well as ...

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Benefits Dam

Dam 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. The check dam or dam is building to withstand the water flow ...

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Definition Dams

A dam serves as catcher and store water in the rainy season when the river flows in large numbers and exceed the needs of both for irrigation, drinking water, industrial or otherwise. In contrast to the function of a weir that can not store water but only to raise the water level of the river and drain portion of existing ...

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Retaining and Control Dam

Dams are small dams water escaped with gabion construction crucuk stone or wood / bamboo made in the groove ravine with a maximum height of 4m. Retaining the benefits of DAM is to control sediment and surface water flow from the Watershed (Catchment Area) in the upstream as well as increase the ground water level in the downstream. Figure 30. ...

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Type of Dam Based Functions

There are 8 types, namely: 1) The preliminary dodger Dam (Primary coffer dam) is bendungn the first built on the river at low water discharge in order to plan the location of the dam dodger become dry which allows technical development. 2) Dam dodger (coffer dam) is a dam built after the completion of the preliminary dodger dams so that ...

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Function and Type Dams

1) Dam for water supply and irrigation, rainwater in reservoirs. The water is then channeled to the city – cities or farms using large pipes or channels. 2) Hydropower Dams, using water to drive a turbine to generate electricity. After passing through the turbines the water is then released back into the river which is located below the dam. 3) ...

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