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Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering

, Volume 35, Issue 2, pp 43–46 | Cite as

Effect of the excavation of soil on the reduction in its slump-type settlement under its own weight

  • I. G. Rabinovich
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Abstract

Basic positions of procedures and calculations of the slump-type settlement of loess soils under their own weight in the presence of excavations for deep basements are analyzed; this is associated with their use as antislump-type-settlement measures (with simultaneous use of the underground space) under soil conditions classed as type II in terms of proneness to slump-type settlement.

Keywords

Excavation Underground Space Construction Rule Loess Soil Arch Effect 
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