E3S Web Conf.
Volume 157, 2020Key Trends in Transportation Innovation (KTTI-2019)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||20 March 2020|
An assessment of the sewer tunnel stress-strain behavior during the reconstruction of an object of cultural heritage
St.Petersburg State Transport University, Moskovsky ave., 9, Saint Petersburg, 190031, Russia
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The article offers an information about the work carried out on technical monitoring of the city sewerage system tunnel in the framework of the actual problem of recreating the objects of cultural heritage of St. Petersburg, which fall into the protected zone of underground engineering networks. The purpose of the study is to identify values of the stress-strain state of the tunnel lining at various stages of construction of a cultural heritage object located on the earth’s surface in the immediate nearness. For formation of a base of the analyzed values was undertaken geolocation of ground massive, conducted geodetic measurements, defined the deformation of the soil by inclinometer boreholes, was obtained graphs of precipitation the soil massive, developed by setup technology for strain gauge sensors linear displacement inside the tunnel, worked out the mathematical model in the specialized software. Analysis of the obtained results allowed us to associate values of the stress-strain state of the collector tunnel effect from the buildings under construction and structures, as well as to identify the actual task for further research to develop methods of rapid diagnosis of the stress-strain state of tunnel lining structures in terms of their special mode of operation.
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