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WESTERN DAM ENGINEERING NEWSLETTER, VOLUME 4, ISSUE 1, MAY 2016
CIPP, EMBANKMENT, DAM, APPS, ENGINEER, SEEPAGE
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VOLUME 4 <br />ISSUE 1 <br />MAY 2016 <br /> <br />In this Issue <br />Introduction……………………………………….….. 1 <br />Dam Engineering in the Palm of Your Hand - Mobile Apps for the Modern Day Engineer………………. 2 <br /> You Down with CIPP? – Yeah! You Know Me!…………………………………… 9 <br />Is Your Embankment Dam under Pressure – Underseepage Impacts………………………………………………………………………………….. 19 <br /> <br />1 <br />A SEMI-ANNUAL PUBLICATION FOR WESTERN DAM ENGINEERS <br />FEMA Training Aids for Dam Safety (TADS): A Self- <br />Instructional Study Course in Dam Safety Practices <br /> Upcoming ASDSO Webinar Dam Safety Training: <br /> Strength Selection for Static Slope Stability Analysis <br />John France, P.E., and Christina Winckler, P.E.; May 10, 2016 <br />(On Demand) <br /> Cracking and Hydraulic Fracturing in Embankment Dams <br />and Levees by Debora J. Miller, Ph.D., P.E.; June 14, 2016 <br /> <br />Upcoming ASDSO Classroom Technical Seminars <br /> Inspection and Assessment of Dams, Omaha, NE., <br />May 25-27, 2016. <br /> Inspection and Assessment of Dams, Jackson, MS, <br />June 7-9, 2016. <br /> <br />ASDSO Training Website Link <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />In this issue of the Western Dam Engineering <br />, we present articles on mobile Technical Note <br />applications for dam engineers, considerations for <br />pipe rehabilitation using cured-in-place pipe (CIPP), <br />and a first on a series of seepage articles. This semi- <br />annual newsletter is meant as an educational resource <br />for civil engineers who practice primarily in rural areas <br />of the western United States. This publication focuses <br />on technical articles specific to the design, inspection, <br />safety, and construction of small to medium sized <br />dams. It provides general information. The reader is <br />encouraged to use the references cited and engage <br />other technical experts as appropriate. <br /> <br /> The Western Dam Engineering Technical <br /> Note is sponsored by the following <br /> agencies: <br /> Colorado Division of Water Resources <br /> Montana Department of Natural <br />Resources <br /> Wyoming State Engineer’s Office <br /> This Technical Note was compiled, written, <br /> and edited by AECOM in Denver, <br /> Colorado <br /> Funding for the Technical Note has been <br /> provided by the FEMA National Dam Safety <br /> Act Assistance to States grant program. <br /> <br /> Article Authors: <br /> AECOM: Taylor Rawlinson, Ph.D., Aaron Neff, <br /> Bob Waddell, P.E., Dan Johnson, P.E., <br /> Jennifer Williams, P.E. <br /> Editorial Review Board: <br /> Michele Lemieux, PE, Montana Dam Safety <br />Program Supervisor; Bill McCormick, PE, PG, <br />Colorado Chief Dam Safety Branch; <br />Mike Hand, PE, Wyoming Dam Safety <br /> Program; Mark Ogden, PE, Association <br /> of State Dam Safety Officials; <br /> Matthew Lindon, PE, Loughlin Water <br /> Associates; and Steve Becker, PE, <br /> Natural Resources Conservation Service <br /> <br />GOOD TO KNOW <br />The material in this publication has been prepared in accordance with generally recognized engineering principles and practices, and is for general information only. The information presented should not be used without first securing competent advice from qualified professionals with respect to its suitability for any general or specific application. No reference made in this publication constitutes an endorsement or warranty thereof by AECOM or sponsors of this newsletter. Anyone using the information presented in this newsletter assumes all liability arising from such use.
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