LARGE GROUND MOVEMENTS AND STRUCTURES - SESSIONS 6, 7 AND STATE-OF-THE-ART PAPERS

The following papers were presented at Sessions 6 and 7 of the Conference on Large Ground Movements and Structures; Session 6--The implications of mining subsidence for modern highway structures, (Jones, CJFP and Spencer, WJ); The monitoring of ground movements due to deep coal mining and their implications for large-scale development proposals at Warrington, New Town, (Crook, JM and McNicholl, DP); The influence of coal mining on the maintenance, design and construction of highway bridges and county-owned structures in South Yorkshire, (Davies, BL and Smith, R); Successful design for mining subsidence (Bell, SE); The behaviour of a clasp-system school subjected to mining movements, (Geddes, JD); The construction of a passenger chair lift in a mining subsidence area and its protection, (Ciesielski, R and Czosnowski, M); Investigation of a precast concrete panel structure subjected to mining subsidence, (Kawulok, M): Session 7--The effect of horizontal ground movements on structures, (Geddes, JD); Damage to brick-bearing wall structures caused by adjacent braced cuts and tunnels, (O'Rourke, TD, Cording, EJ and Boscardin, M); Large Settlement of Hyperboloidal cooling towers, (Ciesielski, R, Guminski, A and Zak, M); Observed and computed behaviour of a framed structure, (Wood, LA, Webb, DL and Larnach, WJ). State-of-the-art papers--mining subsidence, (Shadbolt, CH); Ground movements arising from the presence of shallow abandoned mine workings, (Piggott, RJ and Eynon, P); Progress in the analysis of ground movements due to mining, (Berry, DS); Ground movements caused by tunnelling in soil, (Attewell, PB); Construction in areas of large ground movement, (Geddes, JD). /TRRL/

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  • Features: Figures; Photos; References; Tables;
  • Pagination: p. 515-974

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  • Accession Number: 00195206
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: Transport Research Laboratory
  • ISBN: 0 7273 1201 4
  • Files: ITRD, TRIS
  • Created Date: Jul 11 1979 12:00AM