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Bhumipol Dam, Tak, Thailand
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Bhumibol Dam is the first and largest multipurpose concrete arch dam in Thailand. It was constructed across the Ping River at Sam Ngao District of Tak Province. Constructed in 1958 and completed in 1964 with the dam height of 154 m, crest length of 486 m and retention capacity of 13,462 million m3. It has provided great benefits to the country including electrical generation, irrigation,

flood mitigation of the Central Plain, inland navigation as well as
prevention of sea water intrusion in the lower Chao Phraya river.

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