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Volume 174, 20183rd Scientific Conference Environmental Challenges in Civil Engineering (ECCE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Sustainable Civil Engineering, Impact on Environment, Durability and Protection of Buildings and Structures, Energy Consumption in Civil Engineering, Unconventional Energy Sources|
|Published online||26 June 2018|
Case study of negative impact of concave coal basin on long ribbon building development
Building Research Institute (ITB), Filtrowa 1 00-611 Warsaw, Poland
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The development analysed in this article was under the effects of mining activity in 2012-2016, most importantly in the area of influence of the mining basin. As a result of the mining activity, the terrain became considerably deformed and sloped. Effects on the buildings' condition consisted in tilt of the segments, measuring between 10-25 mm/m. The units also moved in relation to each other at the movement joints, and their structure suffered heavy damage, mostly in the form of cracks and chips on the walls. For ribbon buildings, i.e. buildings which may be divided with movement joints and which may form long rows, specific locations on top of a mining basin may lead to endangering the safety of structures and their users, even in newly constructed buildings.
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