Largest Dams in Canada by Structural Volume

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Largest Dams in Canada by Structural Volume - the largest dam by structural volume is  Gardiner Dam with a dam volume of 65.40 million m3.

The structural volume of a dam is the total space occupied by the materials forming the dam structure computed between abutments and from top to bottom of dam. The abutment refers to the part of the valley side against which the dam is constructed.

 Compare Gardiner Dam with W.A.C. Bennett Dam


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Gardiner Dam.   

Located in Canada, Gardiner Dam is a 64-meter tall dam with a structural volume of 65.40 million m3. Completed in 1967, Gardiner Dam can hold up to 9.40 billion m3 of water and has an installed capacity of 186MW.

 

 Compare Gardiner Dam with Bath County Pumped Storage Station from North America.

 Compare Gardiner Dam with Mica Dam from North America.

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Largest Dams by Installed Capacity (MW): world | Asia | Europe | North America | South America | USA | Canada

Tallest Dams: world | Asia | Europe | North America | South America | USA | Canada

Dams with Largest Structural Volume: world | Asia | Europe | North America | South America | USA | Canada

Dams with Largest Reservoir Volume: world | Asia | Europe | North America | South America | USA | Canada


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