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M. Gillon

Failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA) has been increasingly utilised to prioritise and investigate dam safety deficiencies. It can be used to enhance dam safety programmes. Dam Surveillance, O & M procedures, and emergency plans can all be evaluated for their effectiveness in detecting and mitigating the applicable failure modes for a dam. Experience with a workshop process to carry out this evaluation and some of the improvements that have been identified are described.

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    2000  Papers

    2000 – Using FEMA to Enhance Dam Safety Programmes

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    2004  Papers

    2004 – Safety Assessment for Active Faulting within the Aviemore Dam Foundation and Reservoir, New Zealand

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    2004  Papers

    2004 – SAFETY ASSESSMENT FOR ACTIVE FAULTING WITHIN THE AVIEMORE DAM FOUNDATION AND RESERVOIR, NEW ZEALAND.

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    2006  Papers

    2006 – Some Dam Monitoring Observations and Experiences from New Zealand

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    2007  Papers

    2007 – Seismic hazard assessment of the Lake Edgar Fault

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