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Peter To

This paper outlines lessons learned from 8 years of regular operations and testing of 111 gates at 22 sites. It points out that the implementation challenges involved are not only technological in nature, but also encompass human factor and organizational issues. This is perhaps understandable since the initiative is part of the cultural shift to sustain gate reliability long-term.

An increase in gate testing frequency has led to the identification of more performance anomalies, ranging from deficiencies to operational failures. This finding may not be unique to a single dam owner. It leads to the following question to the general dam owner community: Are we testing our gates enough?

 

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    2014  Papers

    2014 – Some Lessons Learned from Gate Operations and Testing

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    2018  Papers

    2018 – Importance of Integrated Asset Management for Dams and Outlet Works – A Melbourne Water Perspective

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    2012  Papers

    2012 – Reducing Uncertainties in Safety Assessments of Aging Dams through Site Specific Investigations

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    2010  Papers

    2010 – INVESTIGATION OF TWO AGING CONCRETE GRAVITY DAMS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA

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