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UNSTABLE GROUND BENEATH LARGE CIVIL ENGINEERING STRUCTURES. Part I: Basic notions and principles of solutions

Originální název

UNSTABLE GROUND BENEATH LARGE CIVIL ENGINEERING STRUCTURES. Part I: Basic notions and principles of solutions

Anglický název

UNSTABLE GROUND BENEATH LARGE CIVIL ENGINEERING STRUCTURES. Part I: Basic notions and principles of solutions

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en

Originální abstrakt

Mechanically unstable environments nearby large civil engineering structures represent a critical problem that may cause disasters of large extents. This contribution deals with unstable rock ground situated beneath civil engineering structures that suffer from the risk of mechanical failure. The instability is caused by rock discontinuities whose strength is determined by the shear strength of rock joints. Computer evaluation of surface roughness of rock joints, as an important factor influencing shear strength, is the subject of this contribution.

Anglický abstrakt

Mechanically unstable environments nearby large civil engineering structures represent a critical problem that may cause disasters of large extents. This contribution deals with unstable rock ground situated beneath civil engineering structures that suffer from the risk of mechanical failure. The instability is caused by rock discontinuities whose strength is determined by the shear strength of rock joints. Computer evaluation of surface roughness of rock joints, as an important factor influencing shear strength, is the subject of this contribution.

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@inproceedings{BUT109967,
  author="Tomáš {Ficker}",
  title="UNSTABLE GROUND BENEATH LARGE CIVIL ENGINEERING STRUCTURES. Part I: Basic notions and principles of solutions",
  annote="Mechanically unstable environments nearby large civil engineering structures represent a critical problem that may cause disasters of large extents. This contribution deals with unstable rock ground situated beneath civil engineering structures that suffer from the risk of mechanical failure. The instability is caused by rock discontinuities whose strength is determined by the shear strength of rock joints. Computer evaluation of surface roughness of rock joints, as an important factor influencing shear strength, is the subject of this contribution.",
  address="Slovenksá technická univerzita",
  booktitle="12th International Conference on New Trends in Statics and Dynamics of Buildings",
  chapter="109967",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="Slovenksá technická univerzita",
  year="2014",
  month="october",
  pages="1--4",
  publisher="Slovenksá technická univerzita",
  type="conference paper"
}