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Water Storage, Transport, and Distribution

Edited by : Yutaka Takahasi

University of Tokyo, Japan


1. Dams and Storage Resevoirs

Toshio Hirose, Japan Commission on Large Dams, Japan

K. Baba, K. Baba Engineering Consultants Co., Japan

Design and Construction of Dams, Resevoirs, and Balancing Lakes

Francois Lamperiere, HydroCoop, France

Multi-Dam Systems and Their Operation

John Jack Cassidy, Committee of Hydraulics, USA

Selection of Types of Dams and Reserviors

O. Arai, Japan

Toshio Hirose, Japan Commission on Large Dams, Japan

K. Baba, K. Baba Engineering Consultants Co., Japan

Fish Protection Structures and Fish Passage Facilities

Gaetan Guertin, Hydraulics and Environment, Canada

Rehabilitation of Dams and Reserviors

Geoffrey P. Sims, Brown & Root Services, UK

Water Intake Structures for Surface and Subsurface Waters

Shuji Takasu, Hydraulic Engineering Research Group, Public Works Research Institute, Independent Administrative Institution, Japan

Toshio Hirose, Japan Commission on Large Dams, Japan

Catchment Systems

Paul Roberts, Department of Water Affairs and Forest, South Africa


2. Monitoring and Evaluating Dams and Resevoirs

Toshio Hirose, Japan Commission on Large Dams, Japan

K. Baba, K. Baba Engineering Consultants Co., Japan

Environmental Impact Assessment of Dams and Reserviors

Toshio Hirose, Japan Commission on Large Dams, Japan

K. Baba, K. Baba Engineering Consultants Co., Japan

Hydrological Studies of Dams and Reserviors

Jacques Lecornu, International Commission on Large Dams(ICOLD), France

Predictions of Maximum Precipitation and Maximum Floods

Louis Berga, Spain

Feasibility Studies for Dams and Reserviors

Bela Petry, Infrastructure Hydraulics Environment, The Netherlands

Accumulation of Sediments in Reservoirs

Tetsuya Sumi, Department of Civil Engineering, Kyoto University, Japan

Accumulation of Sediments in Reservoirs

Toshio Hirose, Japan Commission on Large Dams, Japan

Instrumentation and Monitoring of Dams and Reservoirs

Mituaki Mizuno, Water Resources Development Public Corporation, Japan

Toshio Hirose, Japan Commission on Large Dams, Japan

Dam Safety

R. Laffite, University of Lausanne, Switzerland


3. Wastewater Storage Technology

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Municipal Sewer Systems

Shouichi Fujita, Regional Sewerage Center, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Japan

Masahiro Maeda, O&M Division, Sewerage Bureau, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Japan

Rural Sewer Systems

S. Taniyama, Agricutural Engineer, Japan

Industrial Wastewater Systems

Totaro Goto, Water Re-Use Promotion Centre, Japan

H. Ogasawara, Water Re-use Promotion Center, Japan

Monitoring and Maintenance of Sewer Systems

Masahiro Maeda, O&M Division, Sewerage Bureau, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Japan


4. Water Transport

Robert L. Sanks, Montana State University, USA

Aqueducts, Tunnels, Canals, Pipelines, Siphons, and Water Distribution

W. James Marold, Infrastructure Business Unit, Harza Engineering Co., USA

Robert Lang, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, California Polytechnic State University, USA

Bayard E. Bosserman II, Boyle Engineering Corp., USA

Garr M. Jones, Brown and Caldwell, USA

Thomas M. Walski, Haestad Methods, Inc., USA

Water Pumping Stations

Robert L. Sanks, Montana State University, USA

Pumping Stations for Sewage, Sluge, and Air

Robert L. Sanks, Montana State University, USA

David G. Hanna, Ferris State University, USA

Garr M. Jones, Brown and Caldwell, USA

Metering

Robert S. Benfell, Brown and Caldwell, USA

Robert L. Sanks, Montana State University, USA

Stormwater Storage

Shouichi Fujita, Regional Sewerage Center, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Japan

Masahiro Maeda, O&M Division, Sewerage Bureau, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Japan

Water Distribution Systems

Thomas M. Walski, Haestad Methods, Inc., USA



 

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