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Project of Safety Assessment Results Verification of National Diseased Reservoirs and Sluices Smoothly Accepted
Post Time:2017-07-14Front:[ Large Medium Small ]

The acceptance meeting for the project of Safety Assessment Results Verification of National Diseased Reservoirs and Sluices, a preliminary work item of central water capital construction, jointly undertaken by NHRI and MWR Dam Safety Management Center (DSMC), was hosted by MWR Department of Construction and Management in Nanjing recently. Experts with Jiangsu Provincial Water Resources Department, Hubei Provincial Water Resources Department, Sichuan Provincial Farmland Water Conservancy Bureau, Shandong Provincial Hydraulic Engineering Management Bureau, Hohai University attended the meeting. After listening to the work report made by project undertakers, checking such documents as project task statement, investment plan release document, capital use audit report, project achievement report, and discussing, the acceptance expert panel unanimously agreed that the project had been completed and accepted with correct technical route, standard work procedure, respective task fulfillment, and fund use in line with relevant provisions.

In order to ensure the preliminary work quality of diseased reservoirs and sluices rehabilitation, MWR successively assigned 3 projects as the preliminary work items of the central hydraulic capital construction project, namely, Safety Assessment Results Verification and Preliminary Design Expert Patrolling of Diseased Reservoirs (Issue No. Shuiguiji [2005]513), Safety Assessment Results Verification of Large and Medium-Scaled Diseased Reservoirs Newly Added in the Special Rehabilitation Planning of National Diseased Reservoirs (Issue No. Shuiguiji [2008]111) and Safety Assessment Results Verification and Preliminary Design Review of National Large-Scaled Diseased Sluices and Large and Medium-Scaled Diseased Reservoirs (Issue No. Shuiguiji [2011]378), which required the verification of safety assessment results of large and medium-scaled reservoirs and large-scaled sluices to be included in the special rehabilitation planning.

According to MWR deployment requirements, NHRI and DSMC have worked with MWR General Station for Water Conservancy Construction and Management, General Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Planning and Design, China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research, MWR Engineering Technical Research Center for Water Engineering Safety and Disease Control, and Pearl River Water Resources Commission, and successively completed the written and field verification of safety assessment results of more than 4500 large and medium-scaled and some key small (1) type diseased reservoirs and 107 large-scaled sluices, which have laid a solid foundation for the smooth implementation of the special rehabilitation planning of national diseased reservoirs and sluices and the rehabilitation effects.




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