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Ulu Jelai project is a recently completed 372MW hydroelectric peak – power project located in the Cameron Highlands of Malaysia. A combination of power generating and reservoir operating conditions together with the site topography, existing road infrastructure, geology and hydrogeological conditions pose a significant risk to the viability of the project during operation. As a result, significant reservoir rim stability treatments were designed and constructed along a 3.5km section of the right abutment of t he Susu Reservoir to reduce the risk of instability to acceptable levels. This paper describes the methods of investigations, stability assessment and design aspects of the reservoir rim stability treatments that were constructed.
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