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Marius Jonker, Malcolm Barker and Gary Harper

This paper provides a framework for conducting an effective Failure Modes Analysis. It explains the fundamental principals and methods of Failure Modes Analysis. The current international state of practice on Failure Modes Analysis is discussed, and the objectives, benefits and limitations of Failure Modes Analysis assessed. Guidelines are given on how to apply the outcome of Failure Modes Analysis in dam safety management and surveillance.The effective application of Failure Modes Analysis is illustrated in a case study where the process was applied in the safety review and risk assessment of Rocklands Dam for Grampians Wimmera Mallee RegionWater Authority in Victoria.

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    2006  Papers

    2006 – Failure Modes Analysis as Applied at Rocklands Dam

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    2014  Papers

    2014 – Evaluation of Existing Arch Dam Design Criteria in Lieu of ANCOLD Guidelines

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    2015 – Efficient and cost-effective modelling and analysis of hydraulic structures using CFD

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    2016  Papers

    2016 – Kangaroo Creek Dam Embankment Raising and Stabilisation – Balancing Competing Objectives

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    2007 – Safety evaluation of a slab and buttress dam

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    2008 – Working towards design guidelines for outlet works – current practice

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