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World Register of Dams / Registre Mondial des Barrages

World Register of Dams / Registre Mondial des Barrages

Achat d'un accès de 3ans pour le Registre Mondial des Barrages (RMB).

 

Le RMB est la meilleure base de données répertoriant des barrages dans le monde et nous travaillons constamment à son amélioration

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Bulletin 151

Sols résiduels tropicaux utilisés pour la fondation de barrages et comme matériau de remblai
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Bulletin 154

Gestion de la sécurité des barrages en exploitation
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Bulletin 164

L’érosion interne dans les digues, barrages existants et leurs fondations
Package Bulletins 2016

Package Bulletins 2016

Pack des 4 derniers bulletins de 2016
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Bulletin 168

Recommendations pour l'exploitation, la maintenance et la réhabilitation des barrages
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Dam Safety Management: Pre- operational Phases of the Dam Life Cycle
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Blockage of Spillways and Outlet Works
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Roller-Compacted Concrete Dams
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Operation of Hydraulic Structures of Dams
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Asphalt Concrete Cores for Embankment Dams
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Dam Surveillance - Lessons learnt from case histories
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Registre des barrages

La meilleure base de données mondiale sur les barrages, établie à partir des inventaires nationaux envoyés par les pays membres à la CIGB. Le Registre est mis à jour continuellement et comporte actuellement plus de 55 000 Barrages.

 

Événements

Africa-2019-Namibia

Africa 2019

Windhoek - Namibie

2-4 Avril 2019

 

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World Construction Forum 2019

Ljubljana, Slovenie

8-11 Avril 2019

 

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2019 USSD Conference and Exhibition

Chicago, Illinois -- Hilton Chicago Hotel

8-11 Avril 2019

 

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18 Deutsches Talsperrensymposium

Leipzig

8-10 Mai 2019

 

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Réunion Annuelle Ottawa 2019

87ème Réunion Annuelle

Ottawa, Canada

9-14 Juin

 

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Intl_Benchmark_Italy_Sept19

15th ICOLD International
Benchmark Workshop on
Numerical Analysis of Dams

Milan, Italie

9-12  Septembre 2019

 

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11th-European-Club-Symposium

11th ICOLD European Club Symposium

Crete, Grèce

2-4 Octobre 2019

 

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The present edition of the Register, updated [update_month], takes into account [nb_dams] dams.

 

Definition of a “Large Dam”

 

A dam with a height of 15 metres or greater from lowest foundation to crest or a dam between 5 metres and 15 metres impounding more than 3 million cubic metres (See ICOLD Constitution, Page 3)

 

 

The World Register is widely recognized as the best data basis on dams worldwide. But despite all our efforts, some data are lacking. In using the data basis for calculations, you should stay aware that those calculations are made on the basis of the available data. Therefore, the dams for which the data are lacking are ignored.

 

Purposes of dams

 

Runoff waters are a natural resource for nations. For developing countries, storing water is often vital and in any case, the only means to develop economically this natural resource.

 

Waters reservoirs mainly give them guarantee of water supply for irrigation, domestic and industrial use during droughts and reduce negative impacts of floods.

 

[histo_purpose]

 

Legend

[purposes_legend]

Number and Purposes of registered dams

 

[nb_dams] Dams data corresponding to registered dams only

 

Demand for water is steadily increasing and would reach 2-3 per cent per year over the coming decades. With their present aggregate storage of about [total_capacite] km3, dams clearly make a significant contribution to the efficient management of finite water resources that are unevenly distributed and subject to large seasonal fluctuations. Many more dams need to be built to ensure proper use of this resource, in accordance with ICOLD policy set out in the "Position Paper Dams and Environment".

 

Referenced dams can be broken in two main categories :

  • single-purpose dams ([nb_unique_but]) or [pc_unique_but] % dams.
  • multipurpose dams ([nb_multi_but]) or [pc_multi_but] % dams.

 

a) single - purpose dams:

The distribution for each purpose leads to the following results:

[camembert_pc_unique]

 

b) multipurposes dams:

The distribution for purposes leads to the following results:

[camembert_pc_multiple]

 

Dam types

 

Earth dams predominate for some [pc_dams_terre] % of all reported dams. This is of course the oldest type and there are traces or earth dams in the remains of the most ancient civilisations. Furthermore this type of dam can accommodate a wide range of different foundations. The world's second highest dam is Nurek dam in Tajikistan (300 m high).

 

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