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Don barges are not the only smarter way to block the levees , compared the dameages a small fleet of combined rescue , shallow draft rugid build modern crafts, seem to be a good future investment , even these would end up as sandbag replacement in a future storm. Now I provide a splendid design, that is build in a new method and offer a dynamic design --- you could even specialy design cheap powered steel hulls to be stored in dangered arears, ready to use as first rescue then landfill and --- build as cheap as I promise, would that realy be a great lose , case say 25 of these, temp. or permament could stop the flood. Realy this 3D-H also provide this ;
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snipped-for-privacy@privat.dk wrote:

How do you manuever these barges to the broken levees? The levees are not always in easily navigable waters! They're often heavily populated areas with houses, power lines, submerged vehicles, etc. in the way. The barges would have to be on the "dry" side of the levee unless you're planning on dragging that barge up a waterfall.
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snipped-for-privacy@privat.dk wrote:

1). How do you tow the barges into place? You're fighting a swift current and the surrounding water may only be a few feet deep.
2). How do those hydrodynamically designed hulls fit together to stop all water flow? Sand bags conform to an opening. Your "rugid" hulls won't.
3). Where do you store these things when not being used?
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