In this Step-by-Step Guide you will learn how to build the most effective flood control system in your region.
The system you will build is the most advanced and sophisticated flood management system available.
Benefits of this Advanced System include:
- Quick elimination of water from all areas of the region.
- Water Management for 150 mile diameter area.
- Ample drinking water for the public, in all areas of the region.
- Electrical power for many areas of the region.
- Real-Time monitoring of operations from control center.
- Emergency escape routes and shelters.
Additional features of this Advanced System include:
- Efficient layout of all structures and equipment.
- Almost zero footprint: no surface land required in city.
- Effective use of natural energies.
- Easy access for maintenance.
- Protection from vandals and terrorists.
- Structural integrity for a minimum of 300 years.
This book, “How to Build an Advanced Flood Control System”, is your Step-by-Step Guide to actually building this system!
You will be guided through every step. From general layout, to the calculation of dimensions, and through all the construction steps, you will be guided with specific steps and reminders. You can be confident that your flood control system will be built effectively.
The Guide begins with a brief overview of the process. This is followed by a list of Phases.
Each Phase begins by reminding the reader what we are building in this phase, what it does for our system, and the important factors to remember when constructing. This is followed by a series of specific steps and reminders.
If you follow this Guide, you will indeed build the most effective and sophisticated flood control system possible.
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Additional Notes About the Book
A few additional notes about the book are as follows.
1. Complete description and understanding of the System: This Guide does review the basic design and importance of each component the system as we proceed with the construction. With this book alone, you will understand the basic concepts of why we are doing each design or step in that particular way. Yet additional explanations are available. For additional details, see the Main Design Book.
2. Layout, Siting, and Calculations: The initial design and calculation phases are very important. Though the basic design has been provided for you, each region will have its own specific decisions regarding siting and dimensions. Therefore, this Guide will help you establish the best layout, ideal siting, and perfect calculations, for all aspects of the system.
You can then begin the construction process, fully confident that the Flood Control System you build will be the best possible for your region.
3. Full-Color Pictures which Accompany the Text: The designer has created 75 pictures, most of them full-color, which help illustrate all aspects of the design and construction process. Using these pictures, along with the text, you will easily understand exactly how everything will look.
Note, however, that the pictures are only referenced in the text. The actual pictures are found elsewhere. The actual full-color drawings can be found in the Main Version of the Flood Control Design.
This choice was made to make this Guide shorter, and much cheaper. This Guide will be more compact and affordable because of this choice.
4. Book Ownership and Picture Distribution Plans: I want there to be several copies of the “How to Build” book in the hands of those actually building it. Many of the Engineers, Construction Mangers, Technical Team Leaders, and Oversight Managers should have copies of this book in their hands. Eliminating the actual pictures makes this easier as the books will be more affordable, and shorter.
The specific pictures can be taken from the Main Book. The leaders will have individual copies of the full book, then copy the specific pictures, put into a booklet, and given to the workers on site.
This “How to Guide” divides the design and construction processes into the following steps. For each of these steps, you will be guided through specific steps for accurate completion of the project.
- Determine Specific Locations and Sizes for all Items
- Dig Ramps, Pits, and Holes
- Build Flood Chutes and Maintenance Tunnels
- Install Drainage Rings and Entrance Pipes
- Build Storage Containers, Filters, and Pumps
- Finalize the Electrical System
- Seal the Pipes and Structures
- Testing the System
- Virtual Tours and Grand Opening Ceremony
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Specific Phases of Construction, Table of Contents
The specific design and construction steps are further divided into 39 Phases. These Phases can be seen in the Table of Contents below.
Big Picture Overview of Steps
Phase 1: Select Specific Locations for All Structures
Phase 2: Determine Exact Sizing for All Structures
Phase 3: Dig Ramp of End Point to Main Level
Phase 4: Lay Concrete on the Main Level
Phase 5: Build Support Ramp for End Flood Chute
Phase 6: Build Flood Chute, Upward
Phase 7: Build Underground Point at City Center
Phase 8: Build Maintenance Tunnel
Phase 9: Build Entrance Structures and Shelters
Phase 10: Install Drainage Rings
Phase 11: Install Entrance Pipes and Grates
Phase 12: Finish Maintenance Tunnel (Roof)
Phase 13: Install the Hydro-power System
Phase 14: Finalize all Power Lines and Cables
Phase 15: Install Doors, Lights, and Cameras
Phase 16: Build Elevator to Main Level
Phase 17: Build Box Walls Around Main Level
Phase 18: Dig End Point Deeper, to Absolute Bottom
Phase 19: Build Flood Storage Container
Phase 20: Build Maintenance Storage Room
Phase 21: Install Pulleys, Doors, and Ladders
Phase 22: Build Filtration System
Phase 23: Install Primary Pump
Phase 24: Build Archimedes Screws
Phase 25: Finalize all Connections and Seals
Phase 26: Finalize all Wires for Internal Use
Phase 27: Lay Main Power Cable on Tunnel Roof
Phase 28: Build Long-Term Storage for Clean Water
Phase 29: Construct Elevator Room on Surface
Phase 30: Build Walls and Posts on Storage Room
Phase 31: Build Walls from Bottom to Surface
Phase 32: Lay Roofs to Seal End Point
Phase 33: Replenish the Dirt and Grass
Phase 34: Finalize Ventilation Structures on Surface
Phase 35: Beautification of End Point Meadow
Phase 36: Finalize Entrance Point Structures
Phase 37: Test the System
Phase 38: Inspection and Maintenance Schedules
Phase 39: Project Completed. Virtual Tours and Grand Opening Ceremony
*Remember that this Flood Control Design is the most Advanced System available. It will work almost anywhere, and at any scale.
It will eliminate all surface level flooding, provide plenty of clean drinking water, and deliver emergency electrical power for the entire region.
This book on How to Build the system will give you each specific instruction on how to properly site, size, and build, every component of this system…for your specific area.
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