Hydrotechnical Construction

, Volume 10, Issue 11, pp 1069–1074 | Cite as

Hydromechanization for modern hydraulic construction

  • B. M. Shkundin
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Conclusions

To develop hydromechanization in hydraulic construction, it is necessary to take the following measures: bring soil-intake devices with submersible soil pumps into widespread use; introduce hydromechanization for the excavation of various heavy soils, using special suction-dredges and dredging equipment; master the combined method of constructing hydraulicfill dams using sluice feeders for the hydraulic transport; work systematically toward a longer season for hydromechanization by developing new, more effective methods; and accelerate the widespread introduction of collapsible suction-dredging equipment.

Keywords

Energy Source Excavation Power Generation Power Engineer Renewable Energy Source 

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© American Society of Civil Engineers 1976

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