MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 246, 20182018 International Symposium on Water System Operations (ISWSO 2018)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Parallel Session I: Water Resources System|
|Published online||07 December 2018|
A Case Study On Zoning And Construction Of Roller-Compacted-Concrete Gravity Dams
1 Jiangxi Provincial Water Conservancy Planning Design and Research Institute, Nanchang 330029, China ;
2 College of Water Conservancy & Hydroelectric Engineering, Hohai University, Nanjing 210024, China
Corresponding author: Qin Genquan(firstname.lastname@example.org)
In order to make full use of the concrete strength, reduce the amount of cementitious materials and simplify the temperature control measures, a roller compacted concrete (RCC) dam needs to be zoned reasonably in consideration of locations and working conditions. Taking the RCC gravity dam of Wuxikou hydropower project in Jiangxi province, this article specifies the zonation design, the problems encountered during construction stage and the corresponding measures. The results indicate that the zonation and the construction schemes of the RCC gravity dam can greatly reduce the amount of cementitious materials, improve the level of mechanization in construction, and thus accelerate the construction progress, reduce the project cost. It not only ensures the quality and safety of the project, but also achieves obvious economic benefits. It can be an important reference for zonation design and construction of similar projects.
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