E3S Web Conf.
Volume 123, 2019Ukrainian School of Mining Engineering - 2019
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Published online||22 October 2019|
Assessment of the technical state and the possibility of its control for the further safe operation of building structures of mining facilities
National University of Civil Defence of Ukraine, 94 Chernyshevska St., 61023 Kharkiv, Ukraine
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There are about 200 operating mines in Ukraine, most of which have not been reconstructed for more than 20 years. Modern anthropogenic and ecological impacts are caused by local technogenic catastrophes and the global ecological crisis. The statistical data on the safety of Ukrainian mines were considered. A literary analysis has been made of advanced expertise in the technical state assessment of the building structures. The purpose of the study is to make optimal decisions when constructing, operating and maintaining the buildings. The procedure for assessing the building state is the result of research, the purpose of which is to develop a technique for reliable and operational assessment of the building structures technical state. In this paper, a technique is proposed for inspecting the constructions and assessing their technical state. The maximum efforts in elements of the adapted frame were used for checking calculations and constructional design. The obtained calculation results were used in determining the sufficiency of existing cross section value of the structure elements. According to the calculation results, a conclusion has been made that hardness, stability and rigidity of the frame elements as a whole are ensured; further operation of the building structures is possible providing for the project development to strengthen building structures and to implement the design solutions at the construction site. In order to ensure the continued normal operation, it is necessary to develop a project for strengthening the structures, as well as a project for fire protection of building structures.
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