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Underground Infrastructure of Urban Areas 2

Edited by Cezary Madryas, Beata Nienartowicz, Arkadiusz Szot

CRC Press – 2012 – 330 pages

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    978-0-415-68394-4
    October 12th 2011

Description

Underground infrastructure undoubtedly constitutes one of the most important engineering equipments of urbanized areas. Such infrastructure includes energy distribution, communications and water, carry away sewage, elements of transportation systems of goods and people, storage facilities of articles, liquids and gases, as well as commercial, recreational and research activities and other functions.

Underground Infrastructure of Urban Areas is dedicated to the research, design, implementation and maintenance of infrastructure systems, as well as communication tunnels and building structures (garages, tanks, etc.) in urbanized areas. The book collects contributions from eight countries, presenting current scientific and technical issues associated with this area of the building industry. Both theoretical issues and cases studies on the design, execution and testing of underground infrastructures at expertise and scientific levels are included in the present work.

Presenting the state-of-the-art in underground infrastructure of urbanized areas, the book aims at academics, designers and builders of structures, producers and suppliers of building materials, equipment, and underground structures, and also to those managing and maintaining these structures.

Contents

Selected aspects of maintaining and repairing ferroconcrete wells and sewerage chambers, T. Abel

Concrete resistant to aggressive media using a composite cement CEM V/A (S-V) 32.5 R – LH 13, D. Dziuk, Z. Giergiczny, M. Sokołowski &T. Pu˙zak

What is new in German liner design code? B. Falter

High Performance Concrete (HPC) in concrete pipe production, Z. Giergiczny, T. Pu˙zak, M. Sokołowski & H. Skalec

Rheological properties of fresh fibre reinforced self compacting concrete, J. Gołaszewski &T. Ponikiewski

Top of rock investigations for secant piles at the Bronx shaft, J. Jakubowski & J.B. Stypułkowski

A case study of shield TBM tunnel faced to fault zone under Han River, B.S. Kim, Y.K. Kim,W.I. Jung, S.W. Lee &Y.S. Yang

Investigations on fatigue strength of polymer concrete pipes in the light of current guidelines and standards, A. Kmita & M. Musiał

Strength properties of basalt pipes intended for trenchless installations of sewers, A. Kolonko & L.Wysocki

Release of heavy metals from construction materials, A. Król

Modernization of the Cracow non-circular sewers using glassfiber reinforced plastic panels, A. Kuliczkowski, D. Lichosik, R. Langer &A.Wojcik

Trends in application of materials to construction and rehabilitation of water supply networks in Poland after 1990, M. Kwietniewski & K. Miszta-Kruk

The workability, porosity characteristics, frost resistance, durability coefficient and compressive strength of SCC incorporating different type of admixtures, B. Ła´zniewska-Piekarczyk

Estimation of hydraulic efficiency of linear drainage systems, J. Machajski & D. Olearczyk

Utility Tunnels – Old fashion or necessity? – Analysis of environmental engineering factors creating potential for growth, C. Madryas, L. Skomorowski, R. Stru˙zy´nski &V. Vladimirov

Modern systems and methodology for the technical examination of concrete underground infrastructure, C. Madryas, L.Wysocki &A. Moczko

Selected exploitation problems of underground municipal utilities, H. Michalak

Monitoring of structures adjacent to deep excavations, Z. Muszy´nski, J. Rybak &A. Szot

Rehabilitation of sewer channels. Investigations of load capacity of channels renovated with GRP liners, B. Nienartowicz

Non conventional polyethylene pipe installation techniques: A trigger point for PE100RC development, C. Penu

Research over water loses and preventing of them due to usage of monitoring system in chosen water distribution companies, F.G. Piechurski

Identifying sewer damage condition for estimating network reliability indexes, B. Przybyła

Application of liquid soil in an experimental construction of sewer pipeline, A. Raganowicz

Sustainability in pipe rehabilitation, T. Schmidt

Hydrodynamic simulation of sewage inflow control to the Przemy´sl town’s left-bank pumping station, D. Sły´s, J. Dziopak & J. Hypiak

Hydrodynamic modeling of detention canal, D. Sły´s, J. Dziopak & J. Stec

Construction of pressure pipelines using the modern CC-GRP pipes, Z. Suligowski, M. Orłowska-Szostak, M. Szostak, M. Cacaveri & D. Kosiorowski

Possibility of increasing precipitation water retention in agglomerations based on examples fromWarsaw experience, Z. Suligowski, M. Orłowska-Szostak & O. Łu˙zy´nski

Analysis of cylindrical microtunnelling working shaft, subjected to horizontal load, W.St. Szajna & P. Malinowski

Topping of sewage wells with concrete cones or reinforced lids on reinforced concrete relief rings – myths and reality, G. ´ Smiertka

Construction records of major shield tunneling projects with advanced technologies in Japan, Y. Tada

Technical and economic effectiveness of using trenchless technologies in constructing roads and railway infrastructure, A.Wysokowski

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