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Damage of buildings due to deterioration of pipelines using FEM & GIS

Damage of buildings due to deterioration of pipelines using FEM & GIS

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Due to highly increasing population rate and urban development, many structural problems occurred, in many parts of the world when constructing the wastewater networks, especially cracking the pipes as a result of many factors like bad structures, overloading the roads, erosion and agitation of soil. These factors lead to a series of problems and the collapse of networks, by the seepage of groundwater through the cracks into the pipes or wastewater from the pipes to the soil, which adversely affects the soil and leads to the occurrence of ground surface settlement and soil settlement around the pipes, which causes settlement of adjacent buildings and structures, in many cases. Because of the difficulty of handling this problem, as it involves more than one factor (soil, structures and wastewater flow), and the delay in exploring the causes or lack of experience in this area, severe damages occurred along with the inability to manage such crisis in the proper time or finding economic solutions with accurate mitigation measures.

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Autor: Kamal Metwally
ISBN-13: 9783330842496
ISBN: 3330842490
Einband: Paperback
Seiten: 316
Gewicht: 487 g
Format: 220x150x19 mm
Sprache: Englisch
Autor: Kamal Metwally
PERSONAL INFORMATION Name:Kamal Ghamry Metwally MohamedNationality:EgyptianProfession Associate Professor of Structural Eng. at Beni-Suef UniversityACADEMIC QUALIFICATION .Structural Engineering Ph.D.,2009.Structural Engineering Master,2004.Structural Engineering Diploma,2000.BSc.in Civil Eng., Cairo University,1991

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Autor: Kamal Metwally
ISBN-13:: 9783330842496
ISBN: 3330842490
Verlag: Noor Publishing
Gewicht: 487g
Seiten: 316
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 220x150x19 mm