Carcoar Dam hydraulic model studies. May 1968.

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Proposed dam on the Belubula River, for irrigation: concrete arch 140 feet high, with a free overall crest of 600 feet, the discharge being 43,000 c.f.s. Hydraulic model studies to develop crest shape and spillway dissipator design. The crest length to be the length of the upper arch, the outlet works to be on the downstream face of the dam. The report outlines the spillway crest design, bridge pier shape, spillway rating curve, dissipator design and exterior shape of the valve house access structures.
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Nelson, R. C.
Lai, K. K.
Wood, I. R.
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1968
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