Laboratory Examination of the Hydrogeological Conditions for the Preparation of Project Documentation for the Construction of an Apartment Building
Shulzhenko Sergey Nikolayevich1, Fedorovich Anton Sergeevich2, Kashukoev Kantemir Zhiraslanovich3, Avenyan Artur Varuzhanovich4, Sukharenko Kirill Andreevich5, Petrova Katerina Valer’evna6
1Shulzhenko Sergey Nikolayevich*, Professor of MGSU Department of TOSP, Russia, Moscow.
2Fedorovich Anton Sergeevich, Students Moscow State University of Construction, Russia, Moscow.
3Kashukoev Kantemir Zhiraslanovich, Students Moscow State University of Construction, Russia, Moscow
4Avenyan Artur Varuzhanovich, Students Moscow State University of Construction, Russia, Moscow
5Sukharenko Kirill Andreevich, Students Moscow State University of Construction, Russia, Moscow
6Petrova Katerina Valer’evna, Students Moscow State University of Construction, Russia, Moscow
Manuscript received on February 10, 2020. | Revised Manuscript received on February 23, 2020. | Manuscript published on March 10, 2020. | PP: 328-332 | Volume-9 Issue-5, March 2020. | Retrieval Number: E2317039520/2020©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.E2317.039520
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Abstract: In this work, laboratory tests were conducted to study hydrogeological conditions, while determining the properties of natural ground water for the preparation of project documentation for the construction of an apartment building at the address: Kirov region, Vyatskopolyansky district, village. Krasnaya Polyana, Druzhby str., 1. In this article, based on the results of chemical analyses, ground water is non-aggressive in relation to W4 concrete in terms of water resistance. According to the content of chlorides, ground water is non-aggressive to the reinforcement of reinforced concrete structures made of concrete of the grade for water impermeability of at least W6. The indicators obtained as a result of laboratory studies will be one of the important indicators during the design work.
Keywords: Laboratory Engineering and Geological Surveys, Project Documentation, Hydrogeological Conditions, Ground Water, Water Resistance, Aggressiveness of Ground Water.
Scope of the Article: Reverse engineering