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Hydrotechnical Construction

, Volume 29, Issue 8, pp 470–473 | Cite as

Experience in placing roller-compacted concrete in structures of the Bureya hydroelectric station

  • A. L. Makarov
  • A. G. Breikin
  • A. V. Vasil'ev
  • V. M. Boyarskii
  • V. V. Vasilevskii
  • V. M. Bertov
Construction Organization and Technology

Conclusions

Despite some, for now, lag behind the indices of world hydrotechnical construction achieved with the use of rollcrete technology [3], these works are presently being mastered on the construction of the Bureya dam and with a search for solutions on the placement of a SCM at negative temperatures needed under our climatic conditions. This experience is unconditionally useful for designing and constructing future hydrotechnical structures of the Moks, Gilyui, and other hydrostations.

Keywords

Lignosulfonate Work Zone Core Recovery Place Concrete Vibrate Concrete 
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References

  1. 1.
    V. K. Loshak, L. N. Smirnova, V. V. Sokolov, and Yu. A. Tarasov, “Use of rollcrete in the downstream shoulder of the Bureya dam,” Énerg. Stroit., No. 1 (1988).Google Scholar
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    V. V. Vasilevskii, V. B. Sudakov, and V. I. Sil'nitskii, “Experimental use of roller-compacted concrete mixes under winter conditions on the construction of the Bureya hydrostation,” Énerg. Stroit., No. 1 (1987).Google Scholar
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    V. S. Sangin, “Technical and economic indices of a low-cement rollcrete structure,” Énerg. Stroit., No. 7 (1991).Google Scholar

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1996

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. L. Makarov
  • A. G. Breikin
  • A. V. Vasil'ev
  • V. M. Boyarskii
  • V. V. Vasilevskii
  • V. M. Bertov

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