Magazine of Civil Engineering, No.1(69), 2017
A.N. Levandovskiy, B.E. Melnikov, A.A. Shamkin
Wide use of various porous materials in construction engineering
applications requires development of up to date methods of
non-destructive characterization and optimization of such materials.
This article explores an approach to modeling of fracture of a brittle
I.K. Rasha, O.N. Pertseva, A.Yu. Lazareva, G.V. Martynov
T.S. Titova, R.G. Akhtyamov, E.S. Nasyrova, A. Longobardi
level of safety of small earth dams, operating without staff and
measurement and control equipment, are considered in this study.
Approach enabling the possibility to define the finite lifetime (Tf) of
a small earth dam here presented. The proposed approach does not
require any variables monitoring.
M.P. Sainov, F.V. Kotov,
paper examines the results of numerical simulation of the stress-strain
state (SSS) in a rockfill dam 235 m tall, with a massive three-tier
grout curtain used as the impervious element. Calculations were done
for multiple scenarios that reflected the wide range of possible
changes of the modulus of deformation for the filler rock and cemented
soil (200 MPa to 5000 MPa).
I.A. Korotchenko, E.N. Ivanov, S.S. Manovitsky, V.A. Borisova, K.V. Semenov, Yu.G. Barabanshchikov
the article the thermal stress state of the reinforced concrete
foundation of a nuclear power plant during the building period are
analyzed. The calculation results of thermal stressed state in massive
foundation slabs with and without concrete creep is given. The article
also provides a comparative selection of insulation to ensure crack
resistance of the foundation plate with and without creep.
A.V. Galyamichev, A.I. Alkhimenko
Thin ceramic plates are a promising material for architectural use
which has significant potential for the realization of different
interior and exterior solutions. The use of thin ceramics as facade
cladding requires increased attention to the stress-strain state and
the nature of its destruction.
V.V. Sharmanov, T.L. Simankina, A.E. Mamaev
article presents methodology of monitoring and control of safety and
labor protection on the basis of modern innovative technologies and the
digital model of the construction site. Monitoring based on the BIM
technology enables a qualitatively new approach to monitoring safety
and occupational safety on the construction site.