Recent Submissions

  • Improved flood estimation model for bridge and culvert design in Zimbabwe 

    Mamombe, L; Tumbare, M. J. (Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers, 2016-02)
    Economics and risk minimization in the design of infrastructure that is vulnerable to flood damage often prove to be non-commensurate objectives. To economically minimize the risk of hydraulic failure of this type of ...
  • Water insecurity in Zimbabwe’s towns and cities: Challenge for institutions 

    Makurira, H.; Tumbare, M. J. (Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers, 2014-11)
    There is widespread concern over water insecurity in most towns and cities in Zimbabwe. Some households have gone for years without receiving water yet most reservoirs supplying such towns or cities have been recording ...
  • The spatio-temporal variation of the 2014 Tokwe-Mukosi floods: a GIS and remote sensing based approach 

    Gumindoga, W; Chikodzi, D; Rwasoka, D; Mutowo, G; Togarepi, S; Dube, T (Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers, 2014-11)
    Floods are natural hazards that have always created an unexpected threat to human life and property. When severe floods occur in areas occupied by humans, they can create natural disasters that involve the loss of human ...
  • Implementing Zimbabwean projects in the Zambezi Valley 

    Tumbare, M. J. (Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers, 2013-12)
    Projects such as the Kazungula-Kasane Bridge, Victoria Falls North Bank Power Station, Hwange 7 and 8 Thermal Power Station Extension, Batoka Gorge Hydro-electric Scheme, Zambezi-Bulawayo Water Supply Scheme, Devil's Gorge ...