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Shaft spillway The term 'Shaft spillway' as it applies to the area of reclamation can be defined as ' A vertical or inclined shaft into which water spills and then is conveyed through, under, or around a dam by means of a conduit or tunnel. If the upper part of the shaft is splayed out and terminates in a circular horizontal weir, it is termed a bellmouth, glory hole, or morning glory spillway'.
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