"sa" column or row of the kana syllabaryIntroduction to Damsdam terminology

gravity-fed concrete dam

"sa" column or row of the kana syllabary
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Reading: Jouriou shiki concrete dam
Also known as Concrete Gravity Dam
Abbreviations: Japanese "G" (English: Gravity Dam), worldwide "PG" (French: Barrage-poids, English: Gravity Dam)

A gravity-type concrete dam is a dam made of concrete that can support water pressure by its own weight. It requires a large amount of concrete to construct, and the foundation bedrock must be very solid. It is the most robust of the several types of dams and has high durability against earthquakes and floods.

Ogouchi Dam

Ogawachi Dam
▲0692-Ogouchi Dam (Tokyo)

Maruyama Dam

Maruyama Dam
▲1084-Maruyama Dam (Gifu Prefecture)

Sakuma Dam

Sakuma Dam
▲1160-Sakuma Dam (Shizuoka Prefecture)
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