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Grouting Reinforcement of Large Building Foundation over Old Gob Areas: A Case Study in Huaibei Mining Area, China

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Medium: Fachartikel
Sprache(n): Englisch
Veröffentlicht in: Advances in Civil Engineering, , v. 2018
Seite(n): 1-11
DOI: 10.1155/2018/8738752
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There are more than 14,000 square kilometers of mining subsidence areas in China, most of which have been reclaimed for the construction of new buildings. In the past, few special measures were required for the foundations of small buildings above old gob areas. But a plan was created to construct a large office building 100 m in length, 90 m in width, and 100 m in height, above old gob areas in the Huaibei subsidence area. However, the results of exploration borehole data and borehole TV observation indicated a broken bedrock stratum and developmental fractures above the old gob areas, and thus, the space stabilities of the building foundation were poor. Therefore, grouting reinforcement measure was adopted for the old gob and foundation areas. And the grouting effect was examined using borehole TV observation and the water injection test, where the detection results of boreholes TV observation showed that the filling ratio of the stratum fracture was over 85%, and the stability of the foundation was obviously enhanced. In addition, we monitored the settlement of the foundation continuously for 930 days. The results show that the maximum cumulative subsidence was 15.3 mm and the maximum slope was 0.05 mm/m, which verifies that grouting reinforcement is feasible in terms of the safety of large buildings constructed over old gob areas using bedrock stratum grouting in the Huaibei subsidence area.

Copyright: © 2018 Wenyan Guo et al.
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