Dam monitoring is one of the most important engineering and monitoring topics in today's human society. Dams provide businesses and households with water for domestic use, drinking and irrigation, and electricity. At the same time, they age, crack and spill, and can cause a lot of damage. So we need a way to monitor and log them and get analytics data to predict their aging and overflow and get early warnings about these conditions. According to International Rivers Dam Statistics, there are more than 800,000 dams in the world. The average risk of a dam failure is one in 10,000. Meanwhile, more than 100,000 people have lost their lives as a result of dam failures, and more than half a million people are at risk of potential failures. The dam water and rain monitoring system developed by JXCT can help people very well. Relieve the pressure on relevant departments.
Dam Monitoring System
Fortunately, as dams increase in number and age, so do the tools that facilitate dam maintenance. Automatic monitoring systems have become an important part of many dam maintenance programs. These systems typically consist of sensors, data loggers, and telemetry devices that work together to measure critical parameters and provide data logging, reporting, control, and alerting.
Data can be recorded over time to provide information on the impact of aging, earthquakes, erosion, storm events and other variables on the overall health of the dam. Alarms and notifications can be programmed to warn engineers and crowds of potential failures. Most importantly, these systems provide 24/7 monitoring and allow detection of many changes that might otherwise go unnoticed.
Common causes of dam failure include overflow, foundation problems, structural problems, and piping (internal erosion caused by seepage). With an effective monitoring program, these causes can be detected early and repaired or mitigated. Due to the many factors involved (hydrological, geotechnical, structural and electrical related), dams require a wide variety of measurements. These cover everything from the structure of the dam, to the foundation of the dam, to the water in the reservoir.
Water and rain monitoring system
The Hydrological monitoring station is suitable for remote monitoring of real-time water and rain conditions of rivers and reservoirs. Through the hydrological monitoring system, the management department can timely grasp the hydrological conditions of rivers, such as precipitation and section water level, so as to make management decisions in time. Hydrological monitoring station and early warning system plays an important role in timely warning flood disaster and avoiding human and economic losses.