1st Edition

Underground Infrastructure of Urban Areas 3

    Underground infrastructure undoubtedly constitutes one of the most important engineering components 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 3 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 several countries, presenting current scientific and technical issues associated with this area of the building industry. Both theoretical issues and case studies on the design, execution and testing of underground infrastructures at professional and academic 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 at those managing and maintaining these structures.


    Trenchless installation technologies of sea outfalls, intakes and landfalls
    D. Petrow-Ganew, L. Zur Linde & T. Abel

    Special cements and concrete durability
    A. Garbacik, W. Drożdż & Z. Giergiczny

    Durability of composites made with fly ash—slag cements with a low content of Portland cement clinker
    Z. Giergiczny & K. Synowiec

    Trenchless pipe construction: Benefits by hard and soft evaluation criteria
    H. Görg & A. Krüger

    Image processing and analysis as a diagnostic tool for an underground infrastructure technical condition monitoring
    H. Kleta & A. Heyduk

    Variable-diameter conduits for water grids
    A. Kolonko & A. Kolonko

    Improved road embankment loess substrate under earthquake hazards
    J. Kozubal, A. Szot & D. Steshenko

    Influence of PVC pipe deflection on the thickness of CIPP rehabilitation liners
    E. Kuliczkowska

    The effect of glazing of vitrified clay pipes to load capacity growth of them after rehabilitation with CIPP liners
    A. Kuliczkowski & K. Mogielski

    The technical and economic conditions for the construction of the central section of Metro Line II in Warsaw
    J. Lejk

    Deformations of corrugated steel tunnel during construction
    C. Machelski & L. Janusz

    Microtunneling as an alternative for crossing rivers during the execution of urban network infrastructure
    C. Madryas, L. Wysocki, J. Ośmiałowski & M. Ośmiałowski

    The FEM back-analysis of earth pressure coefficient at rest in Brno clay K0 with the homogenization of steel/shotcrete lining
    J. Rott & D. Mašín

    Risk assessment for infrastructures of urban areas
    P.M. Mayer, A.S. Corriols, P. Hartkorn & M. Messing

    Influence of experience acquired in the construction of the Warsaw Metro on current designs of underground structures
    H. Michalak

    Modern devices for detecting leakages in water supply networks
    K. Miszta-Kruk, M. Kwietniewski, A. Malesińska & J. Chudzicki

    Evaluation of deep excavation impact on surrounding structures—a case study
    M. Mitew-Czajewska

    Vertical drilling depths in solid rock with the flame melting drilling technique
    D.P.F. Moeller & R. Bielecki

    Analysis of selected aspects of the operation of pipelines renewed with the relining method on the basis of laboratory testing results
    B. Nienartowicz

    Impact of pressure control on water loses in distribution net
    F.G. Piechurski

    Key factors of success in pipe jacking, explained by means of a project realized in the Atacama desert—the first jacking project in Chile after almost 20 years: Preparation is the key!
    B. Prommegger

    Trenchless technologies for the construction of small diameter water supply and sewer networks—selected issues
    B. Przybyła

    Realistic classification of stoneware sewerage network technical condition
    A. Raganowicz, J. Dziopak & D. Słyś

    Models of level diversification assessment of Water Supply Subsystem
    J.R. Rak & A. Włoch

    Construction of metro station underneath the existing road tunnel
    A. Siemińska-Lewandowska

    Hydraulic analysis of functioning of the Przemyśl town sewage system
    D. Słyś, J. Dziopak & A. Raganowicz

    Buried steel structures in urban infrastructure—underpass on the Kapitulna street in Włocławek
    P. Tomala, A. Marecki, M. Woch & K. Mikołajczak

    Application of prestressed concrete pipes to deep pipelines
    R. Wróblewski & A. Kmita

    The specificity of construction of eco civil engineering objects in transport infrastructure using trenchless technology
    A. Wysokowski & C. Madryas

    Subway in Wroclaw
    M. Żabiński, M. Gallas, K. Herma-Lempart, M. Kozłowska-Święconek, M. Majka, P. Matyja, A. Rygała & B. Stopka

    The Wrocław metro: Geology, hydrogeology and tunneling perspective
    A. Żelaźniewicz & PAN-METRO Group

    Analysis and evaluation of progress in the implementation of a road tunnel under the Martwa Wisła River in Gdańsk, Poland
    I. Żygowska, P. Czech, S. Gapiński, A. Łosiński, K. Smolibowska & A. Templin

    Author index


    Cezary Madryas, Andrzej Kolonko, Arkadiusz Szot, Beata Nienartowicz