Twenty-Sixth International Congress on Large Dams / Vingt-Sixième Congrès International des Grands Barrages
4th - 6th July 2018, Vienna, Austria
The International Committee on Large Dams (ICOLD) held its 26th International Congress in Vienna, Austria (1-7 July 2018). The proceedings of the congress focus on four main questions: 1. Reservoir sedimentation and sustainable development; 2. Safety and risk analysis; 3. Geology and dams, and 4. Small dams and levees. The book thoroughly discusses these questions and is indispensable for academics, engineers and professionals involved or interested in engineering, hydraulic engineering and related disciplines.
Table of Contents
Questions discussed at preceding Congresses
Questions for the 26th Congress
Papers and Communications submitted
1 Number per countries
2 Recap table per Congresses
3 Recap table of numbers per countries
Wording of Question 100
Table of Contents of Papers on Question 100
Papers on Question 100 (Summaries)
General Report Question 100
Wording of Question 101
Table of Contents of Papers on Question 101
Papers on Question 101 (Summaries)
General Report Question 101
Wording of Question 102
Table of Contents of Papers on Question 102
Papers on Question 102 (Summaries)
General Report Question 102
Wording of Question 103
Table of Contents of Papers on Question 103
Papers on Question 103 (Summaries)
General Report Question 103
Table of Contents of Communications
Table of Contents of Innovation Awards
Additional Papers and Communications
Discussions during the Congress
Note: only summaries are printed in this book. The complete reports are found on the USB included with the book, or online.
the Commission Internationale des Grands Barrages (CIGB) / International Commission on Large Dams (ICOLD) is a non-governmental International Organization which provides a forum for the exchange of knowledge and experience in dam engineering.
The Organization leads the profession in ensuring that dams are built safely, efficiently, economically, and without detrimental effects on the environment. Its original aim was to encourage advances in the planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of large dams and their associated civil works, by collecting and disseminating relevant information and by studying related technical questions.
Since the late sixties, focus was put on subjects of current concern such as dam safety, monitoring of performance, reanalysis of older dams and spillways, effects of ageing and environmental impact. More recently, new subjects include cost studies at the planning and construction stages, harnessing international rivers, information for the public at large, and financing.