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Vol 176
Pages:
239-243
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Analysis of engineering-geological conditions of SPGGI (TU) training and production site in Kavgolovo settlement

Authors:
T. N. Nikolaeva1
L. P. Norova2
G. B. Pospekhov3
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  • 1 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg Mining Institute
  • 2 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg Mining Institute
  • 3 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg Mining Institute
Date submitted:
2007-09-07
Date accepted:
2007-11-12
Date published:
2008-03-01

Abstract

The new innovative program of the Saint-Petersburg State Mining Institute provides the organization of all-the-year-round operating range in Kavgolovo of the Leningrad region. There are new buildings for training and residing of students will be construct. Hydrogeology and engineering geology department of Mining Institute together with the prospecting organization «SU-299» were carried out the researchers for the construction of the buildings. The archival and literature data, results of the researches of engineering-geological conditions and a hydrogeological structure of Kavgolovo range were analyzed. The parameters of mechanical-and-physic properties of sandy-argillaceous rocks of the buildings rafts were obtained. The materials will be used during the field training with students of a specialty «Underground waters exploration and engineering-geological researches».

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