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EM 1110-2-1901 CECW-EG Seepage Analysis and Control for Dams 9/30/1986 This manual presents the fundamental design principles and guidance concerning seepage considerations for design of new dams and the evaluation of existing projects.
EM 1110-2-1605 CECW-EH-D Hydraulic Design of Navigation Dams 5/12/1987 Provides current guidance and engineering procedures for the hydraulic design of navigation dams.
EM 1110-2-1603 CECW-ED-H Hydraulic Design of Spillways 1/16/1990 Provides guidance for the hydraulic design of spillways for flood control or multi  dams.
EM 1110-2-2503 CECW-EP Design of Sheet Pile Cellular Structures Cofferdams and Retaining Structures 6/11/1990 Provisions for the design of sheet pile cellular cofferdams are set forth in ER 1110-2-2901.
EM 1110-2-1415 CECW-EH-Y Hydrologic Frequency Analysis 3/5/1993 Provides guidance and procedures for frequency analysis of: flood flows, low flows, precipitation. water surface elevation, and flood damage.
EM 1110-2-2201 CECW-ED Arch Dam Design 5/31/1994 Provides information and guidance on the design, analysis, and construction of concrete arch dams.
EM 1110-2-1419 CECW-EH-Y Hydrologic Engineering Requirements for Flood Damage Reduction Studies 1/31/1995 This manual presents basic principles and technical procedures for hydrologic engineering analysis of flood damage reduction measures.
EM 1110-2-1908 CECW-EG Instrumentation of Embankment Dams and Levees 6/30/1995 Provides guidance to Corps of Engineers personnel who are responsible for monitoring and analyzing embankment dams and levees.
EM 1110-2-2200 CECW-ED Gravity Dam Design 6/30/1995 Provides technical criteria and guidance for the planning and design of concrete gravity dams for civil works projects.
EM 1110-2-2607 CECW-ED Planning and Design of Navigation Dams 7/31/1995 This manual is issued for guidance of individuals and elements within the Corps of Engineers engaged in the structural planning, layout, and design of navigation dams for civil works projects. The structural design of gates is not covered in this manual.
EM 1110-2-1911 CECW-ED Construction Control for Earth and Rock-Fill Dams 9/30/1995 Presents principles and methods for construction control of earth and rock-fill dams.
EM 1110-2-1619 CECW-EH-Y Risk-Based Analysis for Flood Damage Reduction Studies 8/1/1996 This manual describes and provides procedures for risk and uncertainty for Corps of Engineers flood damage reduction studies.
EM 1110-2-2006 CECW-EG Roller-Compacted Concrete 1/15/2000 Provides information and guidance on the use of roller compacted concrete (RCC) in dams and other civil works structures. Elements discussed include investigation and selection of materials, mixture proportioning, material properties, design and construction considerations, construction methods and equipment, Government Quality Assurance/Contractor Quality Control, and performance.
EM 1110-2-1902 CECW-EW Slope Stability 10/31/2003 This engineer manual (EM) provides guidance for analyzing the static stability of slopes of earth and rock-fill dams, slopes of other types of embankments, excavated slopes, and natural slopes in soil and soft rock. Methods for analysis of slope stability are described and are illustrated by examples in the appendixes.
EM 1110-2-2300 CECW-EG General Design and Construction Considerations For Earth and Rock-Fill Dams 7/30/2004 This manual presents fundamental principles underlying the design and construction of earth and rock-fill dams. The general principles presented herein are also applicable to the design and construction of earth levees.
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