DAM CUTOFF WALL - SEEPAGE BARRIER CONSTRUCTION - PLASTIC DIAPHRAGM WALL

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Installation of diaphragm wall, 55 panels between 15m and 20m deep x 600mm wall thickness. Installation of anchors for approximately 60 lin. m of wall.

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After rough grading the pond we were asked to come back and pump out any water that had collected over the summer. Another contractor had to come in and install the last few peices of inlet pipe below the current water level. In this video you will see how we filled the sump hole with water so that no sediment would be pulled in. This was critical as we were pumping directly into a manhole (and thus into a storm drain).

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Recopilacion de maquinaria haciendo tuneles con equipo pesado y usando la ultima tecnologia en la ingeneria mecanica. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Amigos! yo se que ya hay muchos canales de Tops, entiendo que son muy buenos canales. Solo les pido su apoyo para que este canal algún día llegue a ser tan grande como ellos. Los temas del canal son humor pero también esta el misterio y los tops, Poco a poco seremos mas. Así que acompáñenme en esta aventura! y ojala les guste el contenido que se suba! ►SI EL VIDEO TE GUSTO DALE LIKE! ► LIKE for MORE VIDEOS **ÚNETE A MI PAGINA DE FACEBOOK! ESTA EN CONTACTO CONMIGO Y ENTÉRATE DE CADA CONCURSO! ** ►Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DioTopsYoutube Copyright Disclaimer! Title 17, US Code (Sections 107-118 of the copyright law, Act 1976): All media in this video is used for purpose of review & commentary under terms of fair use. All footage, & images used belong to their respective companies. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing

OROVILLE SPILLWAYS UPDATE April 2, 2019

3D METHOD STATEMENT OF A DAM CUTOFF / PLASTIC DIAPHRAGM WALL / CEMENT BENTONITE / SEEPAGE BARRIER CONSTRUCTION

The video shows the construction of a cutoff wall to remediate or prevent seepage of water from happening under a dam or reservoir. The seepage over time can cause the foundation of the dam to weaken, potentially leading to the collapse of the dam itself. The construction of the wall is accomplished with the construction of a cement bentonite (also called CB or coulis) plastic diaphragm wall. This is undertaken with the usage of modern equipment that can dig through both soils and rocks. Wall thicknesses can vary from 80cm up to 1.5m. The wall can reach depths of up to 250m.

For more information please contact ray.farley@brasfondusa.com or +1 (330) 262 0015.

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