Seminar, Roller Compacted Concrete Dams, 10-12 May 2006, Pune, Maharashtra
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Published by Central Board of Irrigation and Power in New Delhi .
Written in English

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Other titlesRoller compacted concrete dams, Seminar on Roller Compacted Concrete Dams
Statementeditors C.D. Thatte and G.N. Mathur.
ContributionsThatte, C. D., Mathur, G. N., India. Central Board of Irrigation and Power., Indian Committee on Large Dams., Maharashtra (India). Water Resources Dept., Indian Geographical Committee of International Water Resources Association (India), New Delhi Centre of World Water Council
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 247 p. :
Number of Pages247
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17106183M
LC Control Number2008330684

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Roller-compacted Concrete for Dam Safety Modifications. of existing concrete • May require no bond to allow for movement Santa Cruz Arch Dam - Concrete was batched in a continuous weighing system, mixed in a pug mill, and conveyed to the site in a conveyor. Advantages of RCC and RCC Dams. Low unit price: RCC materials are relatively cheap and flexible ratio of the mixture contents together with high construction speed make RCC dams a valuable alternative for different dam projects. Better workability: Reduced cementitious content and the ease of placement and compaction leads RCC dams to be built in way that is more economical. Japan is the country where the world's first roller-compacted concrete dam was constructed in Since then, about 40 roller-compacted concrete dams have been constructed in Japan. A book of broad interest to professionals, dam engineers and managers, and to organizations responsible for dam development and management, RCC Dams offers a topical account of the design and operation of roller compacted concrete dams, describing the latest developments and innovative technologies in the field. The book considers planning and design, materials and construction, as well .

Rapid and economical construction are among numerous advantages of the construction of roller compacted concrete (RCC) dam compared to conventional dam. However, the complex process of RCC dam construction is facing difficulties due to lack of.   A roller-compacted concrete dam is ideal in Mullaperiyar and the government is committed to construct a dam using this technology, Water Resources Minister has said. Reviewing various sugge. MPa mass concrete. In terms of material types, “concrete dams” would include dressed masonry, rubble masonry, colcrete, plum concrete, cyclopean concrete, roller compacted concrete (RCC) and ordinary mass concrete of various aggregate sizes and strengths (see chapter Large Dams).   1. Introduction. Roller compacted concrete, RCC, or rolled concrete is a special blend of concrete that has essentially the same ingredients as conventional concrete but in different ratios and increasingly with partial substitution of fly ash for Portland is a mix of cement/fly ash, water, sand, coarse aggregate and common additives, but contains much less water.