Underground Infrastructure of Urban Areas 4: Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Underground Infrastructure of Urban Areas (UIUA 2017), October 25-26, 2017, Wrockław, Poland, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Underground Infrastructure of Urban Areas 4

Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Underground Infrastructure of Urban Areas (UIUA 2017), October 25-26, 2017, Wrockław, Poland, 1st Edition

Edited by Cezary Madryas, Andrzej Kolonko, Beata Nienartowicz, Arkadiusz Szot

CRC Press

224 pages

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Description

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

Underground Infrastructure of Urban Areas 4 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 cases studies on the design, execution and testing of underground infrastructures at expertise and scientific levels are included in the book.

Presenting the state-of-the-art in underground infrastructure of urbanized areas, Underground Infrastructure of Urban Areas 4 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.

Table of Contents

Basic diagnostics and analysis of the safe use and repair of large diameter steel technical pipelines located in industrial areas

T. Abel

Slag cement CEM III/B 42,5L-LH/SR/NA as a component of durable concrete

Z. Giergiczny, M. Batog, K. Synowiec & M. Ostrowski

Geotechnical interaction in underground space – theory and practice

W. Bogusz & T. Godlewski

Comparison of global liner design codes

B. Falter

The influence of bedding conditions on the safety state of sewage conduits

Z.A. Fyall

New trenchless technology for small diameters and long drives: Jet pump in HDD, E-Power and direct pipe

M. Lubberger & D. Petrow-Ganew

Large tunnel boring machine diameters for today’s infrastructure systems

M. Herrenknecht, K. Bäppler & D. Petrow-Ganew

Interaction of buried flexible pipelines with soil

B. Kliszczewicz

Subway line optimization through risk management

D. Kolic

The development of CIPP sleeves used in the renovation of sewage conduits

A. Kolonko

Performance and structural design of liners in non-circular sewage pipelines

J. Kozubal & A. Szot

Dents in the walls of PVC-U sewers in the initial phase of their operation

E. Kuliczkowska

Development of renewal of water supply networks in Poland in years 2011–2015

M. Kwietniewski, K. Miszta-Kruk & J. Szmulewicz

Evaluation of the effect of ribbed road plate foundation conditions on subgrade durability

P. Mackiewicz, Cz. Machelski & A. Szydło

The assessment of the durability of a post-tensioned reinforced concrete tank

C. Madryas, A. Moczko, R. Wróblewski & L. Wysocki

On designing underground extensions in existing heritage-listed buildings

H. Michalak & K. Kościńska-Grabowska

Sewer damage and its consequences with regard to issues relating to plastic sewers

B. Przybyla

Three-parameter metering method for diversification of water supply

J. Rak & K. Boryczko

The impact of the channel retention before the tank on its retention capacity

M. Starzec & J. Dziopak

Designing a retention sewage canal with consideration of the dynamic movement of precipitation over the selected urban catchment

M. Starzec, J. Dziopak & D. Słyś

The impact of land use and urbanization on drainage system

A. Stec & D. Słyś

Mechanized tunneling technologies for weak rocks of Middle East, revisited.

J.B. Stypulkowski, F.G. Bernardeau & T.D. Sandell

About the Editors

Cezary Madryas, Andrzej Kolonko, Beata Nienartowicz and Arkadiusz Szot work at the Department of Civil Engineering of Wrocklaw University of Science and Technology in Wrocklaw, Poland.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TEC009020
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Civil / General