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Queen Mary and King George V emergency draw down schemes

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  • Authors: Bryn Philpott 1 ; Yinka Oyeyemi 2 ; John Sawyer 3
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  • Affiliations: 1: 1Senior Reservoir Engineer, Thames Water, Middlesex, UK; 2: 2Senior Engineer, Halcrow International Partnership, Dubai, formerly Jacobs, UK; 3: 3Engineering Manager, Ingula Project, Eskom, KZN, South Africa, formerly Jacobs, UK
  • Source: Dams and Reservoirs, Volume 19, Issue 2, 01 June 2009 , pages 79 –84
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    • (2009) Combined curves for Queen Mary reservoir siphons’ hydraulics, as designed PHILPOTT, OYEYEMIAND SAWYER Dams and Reservoirs, 2 , 79
    • (2009) Pipework assemblybeing floated across Queen Mary reservoir PHILPOTT, OYEYEMIAND SAWYER Dams and Reservoirs, 2 , 79
    • (2009) Drawing of the submerged discharge valve QUEENMARY ANDKINGGEORGEV EMERGENCYDRAW DOWNSCHEMES Dams and Reservoirs, 2 , 79
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