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Re: Oroville Dam in California in Danger of Catastrophic Failure
« Reply #15 on: March 14, 2017, 07:54:47 PM »


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Lake Oroville, Oroville Dam Emergency Spillway Overflow

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Published on Mar 9, 2017
5 operational units at the Hyatt Powerplant are running, allowing for a total outflow of 10,000 cfs. Roughly 715,000 cubic yards of material have been removed from the diversion pool. Lake levels are at 859.85 feet elevation. New Images from DWR.




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Areas in the Central Valley of CA. are sinking up to 2 feet per year.




Oroville Update 10 March 2017 | OROVILLE DAM Will Begin RELEASING WATER!!

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Published on Mar 10, 2017

The primary spillway at Lake Oroville as water rushes down it on Feb. 11 and gets diverted into a crevasse in the adjacent hillside where a portion of the spillway has eroded. Photo: California Department of Water Resources.

Brace yourselves for more potential drama as California's Department of Water Resources once again tests Mother Nature's kindness and begins releasing more massive amounts of water down the Oroville Dam spillway next week.

The dam's floodgates have been closed since February 27 in order that work crews could clear debris that had collected around the bottom of the spillway and downstream along the Feather River, however the significant damage to the spillway itself remains and will likely lead to further erosion of the adjacent hillside as water releases are set to begin again on or around March 17. Fixing the spillway, which can't begin until after spring runoff ends, is expected to cost over $200 million.




OROVILLE DAM SPILLWAY COLLAPSE !! No Repair Funds? $4.7 million Estimated per day

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Published on Mar 10, 2017




OROVILLE DAM: A Design Modification to Save the Emergency Spillway

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Published on Mar 10, 2017
This video suggests a possible fix to save the emergency spillway, and really in truth, the whole crippled Oroville Dam. With the off-the-charts Sierra snow pack lurking above the Central Valley, this dam, and most of the California watershed will be under intense pressure to handle the run-off over the coming 2-3 months. The odds are the emergency spillway will be used again, given the state of the primary spillway.

Based on what occurred on Feb 12th, it`s clear the Achilles heel of the whole deal is near the north end of the emergency spillway near the parking lot, and with whatever strategy/design approaches it requires, flooding in that area must be avoided.




Oroville 12 March update River Valve Outlet System Explained

blancolirio
Published on Mar 12, 2017
Why the recent troubled history of the River Valve Outlet System matters...
Additional detail from informed viewer Randt Krautner

"Hi Juan. Good factual stuff, keep up the good work.

Picking a nit here, The river flow control valves you show in the video and describe as spherical valves are actually "Howell-Bunger valves". Their purpose is to reduce the dynamic force of the water as it discharges. The baffle ring that was removed due to deterioration help do the same thing. The spherical valve is upstream of the H-B valve and is used to control flow.

The 2009 test was the first time the spherical valve was going to open to 100% (without the baffle ring in place that was a very very bad decision). The H-B valve bolts and mount was known to be badly corroded before the test and like you said at 85% flow the H-B valve failed catastrophically (the H-B valve blew off it's mount and shot down the discharge tunnel).

With the H-B valve gone the full flow of the water created a partial vacuum that caused the pressure wall to collapse injuring the 5 workers and creating 100 mph winds to whip through the access tunnel before the spherical valve could be closed.
Back in 1968 the river flow valves initially were never to be operated after they were closed to start filling the reservoir. The belief was the Hyatt plant and the main spillway was the way to control reservoir level.

However with historically low reservoir levels from the continual drought AND a new law passed to better regulate feather river water temperature for the fish welfare, it was decided to get the valves back in operation to add colder water from the bottom of the reservoir (the Hyatt intakes are much higher in the reservoir). FYI"





Oroville Dam UPDATE March 12, 2017 11 30 AM

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Published on Mar 12, 2017
Oroville Dam UPDATE March 12, 2017 11 30 AM




OROVILLE DAM UPDATE!! Mar 12 Photos Taken Before COLLAPSE Shows Something Wrong

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(Shocking) new footage of Lake Oroville dam spillway and emergency spillway 2/12/2017

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Published on Feb 12, 2017
The Oroville Dam in California finds itself in a situation with the only way to avert an over top of the dam is using an untested emergency spill way built in the 1960's as the regular spillway was damaged by a sinkhole and has stopped drainage of the lake. Evacuations are not issued yet, but with more rain on the way this dam will over top into the emergency earth 1960's drain way. Good Luck to all of you. You may need to evacuate, Please prepare in Advance.




OROVILLE DAM UPDATE Mar 13 2017 Too much water behind Dam Army Corps standard

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BREAKING - Oroville dam OFFLINE - AGAIN!
People freaking out again! What is happening?

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Published on Mar 13, 2017




OROVILLE DAM UPDATE March14 2017

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Published on Mar 14, 2017

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Re: Oroville Dam in California in Danger of Catastrophic Failure
« Reply #16 on: March 18, 2017, 09:49:54 AM »

Oroville 17 March Spectacular Re-Opening of Main Spillway

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Published on Mar 17, 2017

I got there just in time to witness the "Grand Re-Opening" of the main spillway at Oroville after 2 weeks and 1.25 million cu. yards of debris removed. Also a complete press briefing update.




*OROVILLE UPDATE* | Evacuation Map | buttecounty.net/OEM

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Published on Mar 17, 2017
March 17, 2017: Oroville Update | **Stay Away from Flood Zones** Press conference from DWR Oroville discussing the evacuations map and site (buttecounty.net/OEM) and the new release of water into the Feather River.




Spillway Reopens | Aerial View | Lake Oroville Dam Updates 3-17-17

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Published on Mar 17, 2017
As part of its ongoing management of water flows, the state Department of Water Resources began increasing outflows from the still-damaged Lake Oroville spillway on Friday. The gates were opened at 11 a.m. as outflows are ramped up to 50,000 cubic feet per second (cfs) over a several-hour period, according to California Department of Water Resources acting director Bill Croyle.




Spillway Is Open Oroville Dam UPDATE 3/17/2017 6:07 PM

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Published on Mar 17, 2017



Here's the Smoking Gun!


BREAKING 3-17-17 - OROVILLE DAM SPILLWAY NOW OPENED!!!
SHOCKING INFORMATION LAKE CAM

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Streamed live 4 hours ago
Comment by TW Harris  1 hour ago

*ATTENTION TRUMPET NEWS*-:
From 12:00:1 AM-, 03/17/2017-; To 11:00 AM-, 03/17/2017 [11 Hours], APPROX. 5340 ACRE FEET of water had entered Oroville Dam.  This amount [5340 Acres] is what water has accumulated "Over Amount Released From Dam".  One Acre Foot is "Every Square Foot of Area-, Covered by One Foot [Deep] of Water-, Over One Acre of Ground Area.  One Square Mile is 640 Acres.  So-, in just 11 Hours-, enough water has come into Orville Dam to cover 8 Lateral Miles of Ground-, One Mile Wide-, Under One Foot Water.  There are Over Three(3) Million Acre Feet Behind Oroville Dam= One Sq. Acre-, One Foot Deep-, X 3 Million/640 Acres.
If "ONLY HALF" Escaped-, Water would cover an area of 50 Miles-, by 50 Miles [Square]-, One Foot Deep.  I think I would Worry.?



http://abc7news.com/news/water-flowing-down-oroville-spillway-once-again/1805852/
WATER FLOWING DOWN OROVILLE FLOOD CONTROL SPILLWAY ONCE AGAIN

The releases began at 11 a.m. to reduce reservoir levels.

In the meantime workers have removed more than 1-million cubic feet of debris that clogged the river channel.

The water releases down the fragile spillway will be closely monitored.

"Towards the end of this run which will be five to six days depending on the in-flow into the reservoir, we'll ramp down to 40, and continuously evaluate the flood control spillway," Bill Croyle, Acting Director of the California Department of Water Resources said.

Friday's water release is expected to cause the Feather River to rise 10 to 15 feet by the afternoon.
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Re: Oroville Dam in California in Danger of Catastrophic Failure
« Reply #17 on: March 22, 2017, 03:24:51 PM »
Information straight from the perps horse's mouth...

http://www.water.ca.gov/oroville-spillway/index.cfm

http://www.water.ca.gov/oroville-spillway/pdf/2017/Lake%20Oroville%20Spillway%20Repairs%20general%20overview_022117.pdf



Oroville Dam: DWR says cost of crisis tops $100M; spillway gates reopened

Mercury News
20 March 2017
Oroville — The state Department of Water Resources Friday said the cost associated with the ongoing crisis at Oroville Dam totaled about $100 million through the end of February.

Estimates for March weren’t immediately available, but Bill Croyle, acting director of the Department of Water Resources, said the daily average cost at the dam in February was about $4.7 million, a number previously reported by this newspaper.




POSTED BY WILLIEB ON MARCH 20, 2017 IN KUBA, LOCAL NEWS
With increased releases out of Lake Oroville at 46,000 cubic feet per second and inflow at around 13,000 cfs this morning, lake levels are dropping quickly. Current lake level is just over 853 feet, that’s a drop of over 10 feet since officials resumed releases out of the damaged main spillway last Friday, for the first time since Feb. 27th. Stop-gap repairs performed during the shut off period appear to be working with no significant erosion reported.

The Department of Water Resources says the current outflow levels will remain for about a week.





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Published on Mar 21, 2017
Crews continue to remove debris from the diversion pool just below the Lake Oroville flood control spillway.

The team from Disclosure Media & other Journalists will be heading to Oroville.

If you would like to help the team with some of the expenses, please click link below for more information.
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Oroville and Shasta Dam/Inflow Triples in 24 Hrs

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Oroville 21 March Update "Rockbolts and Repairs"

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Published on Mar 21, 2017
Update on the Oroville Spillway from Sao Paulo, Brazil.



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Re: Oroville Dam in California in Danger of Catastrophic Failure
« Reply #18 on: March 22, 2017, 04:59:24 PM »
Thor,

Your huge posts constantly crash my phone.

Would you think about breaking them down to a reasonable size, say, a series of posts?

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Re: Oroville Dam in California in Danger of Catastrophic Failure
« Reply #19 on: March 22, 2017, 05:30:24 PM »


Aha! a Reader!
Certainly.
Anything for the lady.
I just didn't want to take up the space on 'recent posts' and interrupt the flow.    8)



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Re: Oroville Dam in California in Danger of Catastrophic Failure
« Reply #20 on: March 22, 2017, 06:10:01 PM »
Thor, the forum software itself bogs a bit with your mega posts; don't worry about the recent post list, clicking the unread post link shows any that got bumped off the list; I just timed it, and to load the page so I could read Irene's post and your reply took 37 seconds; normal load time is like 27 milliseconds...

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Re: Oroville Dam in California in Danger of Catastrophic Failure
« Reply #21 on: March 22, 2017, 08:25:50 PM »
Thanks, Thor. Much better. :)
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Re: Oroville Dam in California in Danger of Catastrophic Failure
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Re: Oroville Dam in California in Danger of Catastrophic Failure
« Reply #23 on: March 30, 2017, 11:05:21 AM »


New Drone Video - Spillway Shutdown - Lake Oroville Dam Update

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Re: Oroville Dam in California in Danger of Catastrophic Failure
« Reply #24 on: March 30, 2017, 02:47:21 PM »
Great work Thorfourwinds! ;D
 Its a shame this was allowed to become such a nasty situation. Seems we just can't trust a lot of our people in positions like those of the DWP and others. Truly a shame! Well at least I'm ready. Got my boat ready to go if we cant get out via the roads.  ;D

Good stuff you guys!
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Re: Oroville Dam in California in Danger of Catastrophic Failure
« Reply #25 on: April 18, 2017, 12:14:09 PM »


Keep your eye on the Shasta Dam
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Re: Oroville Dam in California in Danger of Catastrophic Failure
« Reply #26 on: April 23, 2017, 03:17:53 PM »


Expert declares Oroville Dam structurally flawed
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Published on Apr 16, 2017
We've got a geologist declaring the Oroville Dam a failure waiting to happen, the dam fighting for a new license and the FERC admitting it doesn't really have a solution.
This will not end well.


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Oroville Dam: More flow, more questions being asked



Oroville – Many questions remain unanswered about the status and plans for the damaged Oroville Dam spillways. However a lot of work is underway, Department of Water Resources officials said during a press conference Thursday in Oroville.



Even so, the water will have to be released down the damaged main spillway starting at 9 a.m. Friday to make room for water flowing into Lake Oroville from the current storm and more on the way, and later for snowmelt.



As of 7 p.m. Thursday, the lake was at 864.4 feet above sea level, which is up three feet in 24 hours. The top of the problematic emergency spillway is 901 feet.


The spillway flows will gradually be ramped up to 35,000 cubic feet per second, and flows will be shut down through the Hyatt Powerhouse under the dam. The spillway flows will continue for 10 to 14 days, according to acting DWR Director Bill Croyle.



Meanwhile, the DWR plans to choose a contractor this weekend to repair the spillway, even though the reconstruction plans have not yet been completed. Also, the crew hauling away debris near the spillway will continue into the near future. And to track down the cause of the spillway failure, a “forensic team” arrived on scene Thursday to begin investigating.



MORE STORMS


As of Thursday, the 2016-2017 water year officially broke the record for wettest year for the Northern Sierra eight-station index. The last year that was nearly as wet was 1982-1983. For this year, so far, 89.7 inches of precipitation has fall in the watershed, and more storms are on the way, Croyle said. This places the year at 207 percent of average for this time of year.



The 10-day forecast for the Feather River basin calls for two more storms, as well as more snow.

“I think I have said before, we have enough snow and enough water,” Croyle said.




REBUILDING SPILLWAY


As soon as this weekend a contractor will be hired to do repair work to the Oroville spillway, even though the plan for the work has not yet been completed. The firm that is hired will start work Monday.

DWR’s chief engineer Jeanne Kuttel said even without actual design plans, the company hired will have plenty to do. Work will begin on a detailed schedule. Equipment can begin to be moved into the area. Work areas can be assessed, security details can be made and haul routes mapped. Concrete and other raw materials can also be moved into the area, she explained.



Croyle said the quick pace is important. Normally a project of this size would take years just for the planning. “We need hours and days for approval vs. weeks, months and years,” he said. Rather than have paperwork shuffle back and forth, staff from agencies will meet together, Croyle said.



HYATT POWER PLANT


A complicated system of power poles connects Lake Oroville to other areas of the state. When the spillway failed, several of those power connections were relocated. To finish the job, the “physical tie-in to the power plant,” is scheduled to be rebuilt once water stops flowing through the turbines at Hyatt Powerhouse next week.



After the work is done, water will be increased through the plant to 6,000 cfs, which is half the capacity of the plant, he explained.



April 22, one of the penstocks bringing water to the power plant will be shut down for four to five weeks to “tune up the system for a much longer run this summer, at full capacity,” Croyle explained.



That will include regular maintenance and preparations to replace turbine one, which has been out of service a couple of years.



Tracking down problems
Thursday was the first day at the dam for a team of “forensic investigators” who will determine the cause of the failure of the spillway at Lake Oroville, and determine whether failure could happen again.



Feb. 13, the Federal Emergency Regulatory Commission sent a letter to DWR calling for an independent review of what went wrong.



DWR engineer Kuttel explained that FERC requires that the team members are independent of the state water agency. To help assemble, the team, DWR reached out to the United States Society of Dams, www.ussdams.org and the Association of State Dam Safety Officials, www.damsafety.org, Kuttel said.



The team did inspections of the site Thursday and plans to head to Sacramento Friday to look at records on the dam, she said.
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Re: Oroville Dam in California in Danger of Catastrophic Failure
« Reply #27 on: April 23, 2017, 03:52:10 PM »


Alert! Oroville Shasta & Trinity Dam have Rapid Increase in Capacity
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Published on Apr 16, 2017
This situation is not improving. In the last 2 weeks, Trinity Dam went from 89% Capacity to 94%, Shasta Dam went from 89% to 96% & Oroville Dam went from 76% to 85%.

And the weird thing is that there really hasn't been that much rain in California. Has the Sierra pack snowmelt begun? And this is with 6-10 days of storms starting today.



This situation is not getting better. Please take it seriously.


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you can get data here

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http://cdec.water.ca.gov/cdecapp/resa


Our friendly pilot, Juan Brown, has it covered, as usual.
Citizen guerrilla journalism at its best!



BREAKING! Oroville 18 April Spillway Failure Explained-
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Published on Apr 18, 2017
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Re: Oroville Dam in California in Danger of Catastrophic Failure
« Reply #28 on: May 01, 2017, 01:33:08 PM »


Oroville 26 April DWR Reports Explained

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Published on Apr 26, 2017
A look at some of the details in the recently released DWR reports.




Oroville 1 May Update Farmers Failed Levees Downstream
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Oroville Dam documents kept secret by state, federal officials

Sacramento Bee – Great reporting by Ryan Sabalow and Dale Kasler

“Citing potential security risks, state and federal officials are blocking the public’s ability to review documents that could shed light on repair plans and safety issues at crippled Oroville Dam.”


They are hiding behind terror threat to keep documents from being seen.

They also blocked media/citizen access to the 'Evacuation Plan', citing  Security.   :P




BREAKING! Oroville Dam reports KEPT SECRET!! Congressional hearings?
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Re: Oroville Dam in California in Danger of Catastrophic Failure
« Reply #29 on: May 01, 2017, 07:18:33 PM »


URGENT; OROVILLE DAM...VIBRATIONS BEING REPORTED..

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MORE NEWS COMING TOMORROW...PEOPLE IN THEIR HOMES ARE CALLING IN COMPLAINING TO CONTRACTORS THAT THEIR PROPERTIES ARE CONSTANTLY VIBRATING.

THEY FEEL ILL, THEIR PETS ARE COWERING IN CORNERS.

CONTRACTORS SAID THEY CANT TALK ABOUT IT…

GET THIS OUT PEOPLE SHARE THE HELL OUT OF THIS. THIS DAM IS GONNA GO DOWN.



An interesting graphic to add to the evidence, errr, record.

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