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Hydrotechnical Construction

, Volume 11, Issue 3, pp 224–231 | Cite as

Advanced design solutions for underground structures at nurek hydroelectric station

  • V. F. Ilyushin
Papers Notes on Five-Year-Plan Construction Work

Conclusions

  1. 1.

    The large series of investigation carried out and the intensive search for rational design solutions, enabled a number of advanced solutions to be developed relating to the arrangement and design of the underground structures of the Nurek hydroelectric station, resulting in a substantial economy of resources and a reduction in construction time.

     
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    It is necessary to continue investigations and design developments for the further improvement of hydraulic structures, particularly in the area of utilization of the bearing characteristics of a rock mass.

     

Keywords

Rock Mass Power Engineer Rational Design Renewable Energy Source Structural Foundation 
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