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Influence of Slab Foundations Constructed in Dense Urban Settings on Settlement of Existing Buildings

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Laws governing development of additional settlements of buildings constructed in the 1960s and 70s on shallow strip foundations when the bed is loaded by the weight of a newly constructed entity in a dense urban setting are examined.

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    GOST 25100-2011. Soils. Classification [in Russian].

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    Building Code 22.13330.2011. Beds of Buildings and Structures. Updated Edition of Construction Rule and Regulation 2.02.01-83* [in Russian], 3. S. V. Kaloshina, “Modeling the influence of new construction on existing urban development in the software package PLAXIS-8.0,” Vestn. Volgograd. Stroit. Univ. Ser. Stroit. Arkhit., No. 17(36), 24–28 (2010).

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Correspondence to A. B. Ponomarev.

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Translated from Osnovaniya, Fundamenty i Mekhanika Gruntov, No. 5, pp. 13-16, September-October, 2013.

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Ponomarev, A.B., Kaloshina, S.V. Influence of Slab Foundations Constructed in Dense Urban Settings on Settlement of Existing Buildings. Soil Mech Found Eng 50, 194–199 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11204-013-9233-9

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Keywords

  • Fine Sand
  • Clayey Soil
  • Dense Sand
  • Central District
  • Gravelly Soil