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Numerical modelling for reservoir sediment management
An Initiative to Improve Dam and Downstream Community Safety in Vietnam
Policy design under present hydrological conditions
Magnitude-6.3 earthquake near Tainan (Taiwan)
Development of process-oriented soil erosion model and uncertainty assessment of modle outputs
Eco-friendly germination promoting vegetation mat manufacturing technology
A chance to reduce coal share in the Vietnam power mix toward sustainable development
Integrated and Sustainable Water Management of Red-Thai Binh River System in a Changing Climate.
Climate change and design criteria of structural measures for natural disasters
Study on the Impacts of Mainstream Hydropower on the Mekong River (Volume 2)
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Twenty years of research in Biskra University for Labyrinths, Piano Key Weirs and associated Fuse plugs
It seems to be a great future for PK-Weirs, labyrinths and fuse plugs for 3 reasons: The huge improvement provided by these solutions compared to more traditional spillways. The increasing discharge of spillways foreseen in the future
Sharing the river management experiences in Korea: Past, present and future
Korea had suffered turbulent shifting in economy and riverine life during the last half century. The economy status can be explained with growth of Gross National Product (GNP): from 53$ in 1953 to 20,000$ in 2014.
Criteria for the selection of dam types in areas of high seismicity
Strong earthquakes are multi-hazard events, which can affect large dams in different ways. The main hazards are: ground shaking; active or potentially active faults
Numerical modelling for reservoir sediment management
.. In this paper, we present several results of the model application for: (1) Accessment of sedimentation and flushing efficiency for Shereik and Kajbar hydropower projects in the Nile River; (2) New concepts for sustainable management of the Woehrder Lake in the Pegnizt River
An Initiative to Improve Dam and Downstream Community Safety in Vietnam
Viet Nam has one of the largest dam systems in the world, comprising more than 7,000 dams. Approximately 640 of these dams are classified as medium and large dams, and a large percentage of the Vietnamese population is potentially at risk from dam failure flooding, particularly if operation of dams is poorly considered.
Development of process-oriented soil erosion model and uncertainty assessment of modle outputs
We applied the model to the Cheoncheon catchment, upstream of Yongdam dam in Korea for three flood events caused by large typhoons
Eco-friendly germination promoting vegetation mat manufacturing technology
Technology to produce the eco-friendly germination promoting vegetation mat by spreading the seeds on the PLA biodegradable non-woven fabric, combining them with needle punching to produce the non-woven seed fabric and by quitting it after the lamination with the filler the net
Performance criteria for rockfill dams subjected to multiple seismic hazards
Performance criteria of rockfill embankment dams are based on the response to external loadings, such as external and internal water pressures, gravity forces, and in particular earthquakes, which can be considered as the most severe form of structural loads
Forecasting time series water levels on Mekong river using machine learning models
Forecasting water levels on Mekong river is an important problem needed to be studied for flood warning. In this paper, we investigate the application to forecasting of daily water levels at Thakhek station on Mekong river using machine learning models such as LASSO
Tidal energy may be cost effective in twenty countries
Traditional hydropower supplies 3.500 TWh/year. Tidal energy supplies 1 TWh/year.
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Spotlight
Vietnam Vice PM's Welcome Message
The ICOLD Committee on “Dams for Hydroelectric Energy”
Prof. Jinsheng JIA’ s Letter
Long report of the Int. Symposium “ASIA 2008” on “Water Resources & Renewable Energy Development in Asia”.
Welcome to Vietnam! Bienvenu au Vietnam!
Advanced Technology of "Tyco Water".
Vietnam Country Update & Hydro Power Development Plant
ASIA 2008 OPENING
H.E. Vice Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai at the Opening Ceremony of the Symposium “ASIA 2008 -Water Resources & Renewable Energy Development in Asia”
Address of H.E. Vice Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai at the Opening Ceremony of the Symposium "ASIA 2008"
Long-term Cooperation between VNCOLD & CHINCOLD
Some images of Son La Hydropower Project.
Ham Thuan - Da Mi Hydropower Project.
VNCOLD Central Officers.
Interaction between morphology change & salinity distribution in the Dinh An Estuary, Vietnam.
Dinh Binh (Vietnam) RCC Dam.
Flood Mitigation Strategy for Sustainability in Vietnam.
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