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Chris Oosthuizen

A brief overview of dam surveillance is given from a South African perspective and more specifically the perspective of the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (DWAF). DWAF’s Ten Commandments for the design of dam monitoring systems serve as introduction and this is followed by a summary of the design steps. The various parameters that can be measured and the South African preferences are discussed briefly followed by a synoptic description of crack and joint monitoring in South Africa. This provides the background for DWAF’s recent developments in 3-D Crack-Tilt gauges. Some of DWAF’s achievements as well as some of the blunders made by the author during the past 30 years are illustrated by means of a few case histories.

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    2006  Papers

    2006 – Dam Instrumentation or Damn Instrumentation – A South African Perspective

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    2006 – The Requirement for Dam Instrumentation from a Queensland Regulatory Perspective

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    2006 – Water Corporation Dam Instrumentation and Monitoring Practice

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