METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF RESEARCHING GABIONIC STRUCTURES IN TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

Keywords: gabions, gabion structure, method, retaining wall, system analysis, technologies

Abstract

The wide and scientifically grounded use of gabion structures was restrained due to the lack of regulatory and methodological foundations and documents for the design and construction of these structures in road and bridge construction, in which technical requirements, design solutions, conditions and scope of gabion were worked out, systematized and formulated designs.
It is very important to have a high-quality methodological and regulatory framework necessary to regulate the use of gabion structures, develop new, improve and expand the current standard solutions for strengthening the slopes of the subgrade, drainage devices and other structures, as well as in order to improve the quality of individual design of road and bridge structures using gabion structures, scientific, methodological and expert support of this design. So, the purpose of the work is to analyze domestic and international experience in the use of gabion structures in the construction industry in order to study calculation methods and technology for the construction of gabion structures. The object of research is gabion structures.
The paper studies the theoretical and technological aspects of the use of gabion structures in road construction.
The domestic and world experience of using gabion structures in the construction industry is analyzed. The advantages of using gabion structures in the development of design and construction solutions for the device and strengthening are considered.
Methods for calculating gabion structures and their analysis are investigated. Due to this, the possibility of calculating gabion retaining walls with a height of more than 8 m was presented. Based on the calculation method, it was concluded that the use of gabion retaining walls of such a height requires lower costs than the devices of concrete and reinforced concrete retaining walls.

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2020-09-07
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Kulbovskyi Ivan Ivanovich, Kyiashko Vladimir Timofeevich, Holub Halyna Mykhaylivna, Skliarenko Inna Yuriyivna, & Tkachuk Nikolay Sergeevich. (2020). METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF RESEARCHING GABIONIC STRUCTURES IN TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS. Science Review, (6(33). https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_sr/30092020/7189
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