Dam Break

The Dam Busters (1955)  Video

Posted by ChumPaa at Nov. 19, 2015
The Dam Busters (1955)

The Dam Busters (1955)
A Film by Michael Anderson
DVDRip | AVI | Lang: English | Subs: None | 1h 59min | 720x540 | XviD @ 1343Kbps | AC3 @ 192Kbps | 1.29 GB
Genre: Drama | History | War

The British are desperate to shorten the length of WW2 and propose a daring raid to smash Germany's industrial heart. At first the objective looks impossible until a British scientist invents an ingenious weapon capable of destroying the planned target.

International Water Power & Dam Construction - July 2015  Magazines

Posted by AvaxGenius at Aug. 30, 2015
International Water Power & Dam Construction - July 2015

International Water Power & Dam Construction - July 2015
English | True PDF | 44 Pages | 20.85 MB

International Water Power & Dam Construction - August 2015  Magazines

Posted by AvaxGenius at Aug. 30, 2015
International Water Power & Dam Construction - August 2015

International Water Power & Dam Construction - August 2015
English | True PDF | 52 Pages | 21.41 MB

Computational River Dynamics (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at Aug. 21, 2015
Computational River Dynamics (repost)

Weiming Wu, "Computational River Dynamics"
2008 | ISBN-10: 041544960X | 509 pages | PDF | 5 MB

Dam Protections against Overtopping and Accidental Leakage  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at April 28, 2015
Dam Protections against Overtopping and Accidental Leakage

Dam Protections against Overtopping and Accidental Leakage by Miguel Ángel Toledo and Rafael Morán
English | 2015 | ISBN: 1138028088 | 328 pages | PDF | 12,8 MB

PBS - American Experience: Grand Coulee Dam (2012)  Video

Posted by notbanned at April 10, 2014
PBS - American Experience: Grand Coulee Dam (2012)

PBS - American Experience: Grand Coulee Dam (2012)
HDTV | 1280x720 | .MP4/AVC @ 4377 Kbps | 54mn 12s | Audio: English AAC 154 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: English | 1.72 GiB
Genre: Documentary

When Grand Coulee Dam was being built during the depths of the Great Depression, everything about it–generators, powerhouses, pumps–was the biggest in the world. Grand Coulee was more than a dam; it was a proclamation: America could still do great things. The mile-long behemoth was the largest hydroelectric power-producing facility in the world when it was completed in March 1941–just in time to power the nation's defense plants and the atomic reactors for the Manhattan Project. After the war, a vast irrigation project made possible by the dam helped transform the barren deserts of central Washington into rich farmland. But despite its tremendous achievements–including the plentiful production of clean energy–the negative consequences of its construction are equally noteworthy. In a single stroke, Grand Coulee prevented access to one of the greatest salmon rivers in the world, threatening huge populations of fish with extinction, depriving the local Native people of their most important economic and spiritual resource, and instigating a profound cultural decline as waters behind the dam inundated towns, sacred spaces, and burial grounds.

Computational River Dynamics  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Specialselection at Jan. 11, 2013
Computational River Dynamics

Weiming Wu, "Computational River Dynamics"
English | 2007-11-15 | ISBN: 041544960X | 509 pages | PDF | 5.3 mb

Hoover Dam  Graphics

Posted by nrg at Feb. 1, 2012
Hoover Dam

Hoover Dam
43 jpg | up to 6738*2962 | UHQ | 166.11 Mb

The Dam Busters (1955)  Video

Posted by hdmovies at Nov. 16, 2009
The Dam Busters (1955)

The Dam Busters (1955)
English | Subtitle: English | 125 mins | 960 x 720 | 23.976 fps | x264 @ 1546 kbps | AC3 6ch ~ 384 kbps | 1.77 Gb
Genre: Action | Drama | History | War

True story of how the British attacked German dams in WW2 by using an ingenious technique to drop bombs where they would be most effective.
After the Break: Television Theory Today (Amsterdam University Press - Televisual Culture)

After the Break: Television Theory Today (Amsterdam University Press - Televisual Culture) by Marijke de Valck
English | Aug. 15, 2013 | ISBN: 9089645225 | 204 Pages | PDF | 3 MB

Television is evolving rapidly. How, then, might we respond to television today in light of its past? And do the old theoretical concepts still apply, or must we invent a new framework for this mutable medium? To answer these fundamental questions, the contributors to this provocative collection examine diverse case studies, including up-to-date scholarship on the current television zeitgeist, nostalgic programming on broadcast television, YouTube, and public television art programming of the 1980s.