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By Mary Reimer

This papermaking e-book offers transparent recipes for every paper. for lots of of the papers, varied shades are proven; very precious! It used to be an exceptional notion e-book besides. for instance, there are recipes utilizing a number of spices. i attempted a bigger number of spices and received a few nice effects!

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The sample concerns a large number of dams, built over a period of about one century. It is, however, very heterogeneous, because the data were reported by different authors (with their own criteria), the respective dams were built in different periods and regions, and they were built with different dimensions, purposes, and monitoring systems. 5%) is smaller than that for other concrete dams and it represents, in average, one accident per year for 200 arch dams. 8%) (1) At the end of 1975 (2) Including accidents (global failure, affecting the safety) and incidents (punctual failure, affecting the performance) (3) Not including failures due to study purposes, bombing, etc.

3 mat the top. Steel reinforcements were placed in Dam (1986) Dam after the failure (1924) Fig. O. Pedro the upper 4 m of the dam and in the cut-off wall. The major part of the dam crest served as overall spillway. Shortly after the first filling of the reservoir (January 1926), the spillway flow undermined the left bank, where the dam rested on a large boulder instead of sound bed-rock. A considerable flow developed through that bank and caused a settlement and overturning of the abutment. The dam was repaired by means of a new gravity abutment, designed as a spillway, and since then has been performing well (Fig.

2 - As referred to above, a minute probability of occurrence of deterioration in the course of the dam's lifetime must be accepted. In fact, some scenarios (time related cause-effectconsequence chains of events) may lead to incidents (current or utilisation scenarios) or accidents(hazardscenarios)(ICOLD 1988, 1994a,Pedro 1990,1993, 1993c). For each dam, the major deterioration scenarios should be foreseen and thus prevented, by means of appropriate design, construction, and operation measures. However, the only relative efficiency of these measures and the possible occurrence of unforeseen scenarios call for a permanent monitoring throughout the whole lifetime.

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