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Research On Construction Traffic Safety Measures Based On FAHP Model In Hydropower Project

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With the rapid expansion of hydropower projects, Construction safety problem has become one of the bottlenecks for the development of hydropower industry. Combined with the construction of the diversion channel project of Guan Yinyan hydropower station, from the point of view of construction traffic safety, based on the result of the FAHP model, factors which influence the construction safety of the diversion channel project of Guan Yinyan hydropower station have been found, relative measures focuses on the approach to eliminate hazards and guarantee construction safety have been elaborated.

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YANG, X. , XIE, X. , NIU, Y. , ZHU, X. and DENG, C. (2012) Research On Construction Traffic Safety Measures Based On FAHP Model In Hydropower Project. Open Journal of Applied Sciences, 2, 91-95. doi: 10.4236/ojapps.2012.24B022.

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