Design and construction of Vietnam’s highest CFRD

Dams are playing a particularly important role in Vietnam for water resources management and socio-economic development. Cua Dat is a multipurpose scheme nearing completion, which incorporates the highest concrete faced rockfill dam in the country, with a height of 119 m. This paper describes the design of the dam, and challenges during construction such as major flooding of the site in 2007.

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Design and construction of Vietnam’s highest CFRD

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