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Interface erosion sensibility of cohesive fine soils

Erosion is one of the main causes of instabilities within hydraulic earth structures as dams, dikes or levees. This paper deals with the interface erosion phenomenon between soil and water, and the Jet Erosion Test is used in order to evaluate the erodibility of two types of clayey sand

Development of disaster vulnerability indicators in the context of climate change: a case study in Quang Nam coastal zone, central Vietnam

Coastal areas always have to confront with a rapidly growing impact of disasters, due to many factors that cause an increase in the vulnerability of local communities combined with an increase in (hydrometeorological) hazard events related to climate change

Embankment dams and dykes' safety in Vietnam

The safety of the embankments and dykes represents a huge challenge in Vietnam. Besidesthe issue of managing water, a valuable resource in terms of food security and energyproduction, the safety of people and assets is one of the essential conditions for ensuring longlasting economic development.

The Issue of Dikes and Embankment Dams’ Safety

The safety of embankment hydraulic structures, such as large or small embankment dams, canal embankments and flood protection levees, are still a major concern on every continent. Every year, there are several breaches of large embankment dams and hundreds of breaches of levees worldwide

French – Vietnamese Seminar on ‘Dykes and Embankment DamsSafety' Sept.12nd, 2014

The Vietnamese – French Seminar on ‘Dykes and Embankment Dams Safety' was organized on September 12nd 2014 in Hanoi with many senior French & Vietnamese experts’ contribution. The seminar was chaired by Dr. Hoang Van Thang, Vice-Minister of Agricultural & Rural Development, Prof. Dr(sr). Pham Hong Giang, VNCOLD Chairman.

VFCEA strongly oppose the Beijing authorities’ agression

The Vietnam Federation of Civil Engineering Associations (VFCEA), of which a member is the Vietnam National Committee on Large Dams & Water Resources Development (VNCOLD), violently protests perverse and flagrant acts of the Chinese authorities.

Vietnamese – French Seminar on ‘Dykes and Embankment DamsSafety'

The 3rd Congress of the Vietnam National Committee on Large Dams & Water Resources Development (VNCOLD), will be held on September 14th, 2014 in Hanoi. Right before the Congress, a Vietnamese – French Seminar on ‘Dykes and Embankment Dams Safety'

Hydrology & Climate Change

Climate change and climate modelling. Hydrological impact studies. The large scale (rural catchments)

Sustainable Poverty Reduction and Natural Disaster Risk Management in the Central Coastal region

Viet Nam is one of the countries globally most at risk of disasters and has been identified as one of 30 extreme risk countries due to climate change. At the same time, Viet Nam’s significant achievements in reducing poverty and lifting the living standards of the Vietnamese people now appear to be reaching their limit

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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