E3S Web Conf.
Volume 157, 2020Key Trends in Transportation Innovation (KTTI-2019)
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|Published online||20 March 2020|
Monitoring of the collapse of the shores of reservoirs and the technology of their surface and deep fixing
Astrakhan State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, 414056, Tatishcheva Street, 18, Astrakhan, Russian Federation
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Due to the unique water regime of the Astrakhan region, characterized by an uneven distribution of runoff that is directly dependent on the discharge from the Volgograd hydroelectric power station, coastal zones of water bodies are subject to intense negative effects. It is established that, despite the existing variety of ways to protect coasts from erosion, the search for new technical solutions at the moment continues to be an urgent task in hydraulic construction. The purpose of this work was to evaluate the application of a new methodology for studying the destruction of coastal zones and the method of shore protection. The article discusses the features of work on shore protection of territories subject to slope processes. The role of studies of the leading processes of destruction of coastal zones in the course of engineering and geological surveys, to predict and prevent risk, as well as to ensure the information content of further work on the construction of reliable shore protection, is emphasized. The result of the study was a new method for identifying the destroyed coastal zones, technologies for surface and deep fixing of the Bank slopes, and a method for preventing the collapse of steep river banks. In this paper, a positive assessment of the investigated method of Bank protection was given. Research has shown that prevention of emergency situations, especially in urbanized areas subject to intense anthropogenic impact, is possible only with the construction of engineering protection structures that have a positive effect in both protective and environmental aspects.
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