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Vol 204
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Prediction of surface settlements duo to construction of underground structures in geological condition of Saint Petersburg

Authors:
M. A. Karasev
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  • National Mineral Resources University (Mining University)
Date submitted:
2012-11-16
Date accepted:
2013-01-18
Date published:
2013-05-01

Abstract

In work the option of the multipurpose underground complex being part of the multystoried high-rise building is considered. The complex settles down in underground part of the building and carries out a base role, replacing with itself the usual plates-but-pile base. Predesigns by a method of final elements taking into account staging of construction of an underground complex and the land high-rise building are executed. Sizes and a picture of distribution of vertical displacements are received as a result of  calculations.

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