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Dam

A subdivision of the mohar, the currency of Nepal prior to 1932. A dam was equivalent to 1/128 of a mohar.
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332) In the Gold Hill community, few residents opposed dam removal,
mostly because the dam provided de minimis benefits.
Five miles upstream from the Gold Hill Dam, the Gold Ray Dam, one
Ray Dam, a structure built as a log-crib dam with a hydroelectric
Maximum depth of regional water in HEC-RAS in this step should be determined with regard to software outputs exposed to flood due to dam break in order to discharge risky regions and lower fatalities in downstream regions.
Also figures 8 and 9 show water depth in time of Eyvashan dam break in Lorestan within 20 hours after Eyvashan dam break in Lorestan for rocket and armed attacks scenarios
Second scenario: Dam break due to floods with '0000 years return period:
To prevent dam destruction, dam body design is based on design floods with 10000 years return period, considering that an occasional flood may have higher risk of dam break.
Purinton said one of the things looked at very carefully is the impact downstream if a dam is breached.
The main dam was in poor condition and Athol no longer needed the reservoir.
He said that before Tropical Storm Irene in 2011, the state removed a dam on the Hoosic River in Clarksburg in the northwest corner of the state.
One of the current dam breaching projects the state is working on involves the Worcester Consolidated Street Car Co.