Engineering and Environmental Sciences
Przegląd Naukowy Inżynieria i Kształtowanie Środowiska
Cast-in-situ piles encasements based on oil-bituminous rocks (kirs) in saline soils
UNAIBAYEV, B.Z. (0000-0002-4186-0010), UNAIBAYEV, B.B. (0000-0002-1593-2842), ANDREYACHSHENKO, V. (0000-0001-6933-8163)
corrosion, foundation, protective shell (encasement), mastic
A technology of building a pile foundation in saline soils with a protective and load-bearing shell based on bituminous rocks (kirs) is proposed that makes it possible to eliminate water permeability, to increase suffusion resistance and bearing capacity of the soil, as well as durability. The method of extracting natural bitumen from bituminous rocks (kirs) is based on the ability of kirs to self-grind or disintegrate into small parts at elevated temperatures in aqueous salt solutions. The proposed method excludes mechanical grinding and allows reducing the consumption of reagents and improving the quality of extracted natural bitumen. The compositions of the obtained mastics based on natural bitumen are not inferior in their properties to the known compositions of waterproofing cold mastics based on industrial bitumen at a lower cost.
APA style references: Unaibayev, B.Z., Unaibayev, B.B. & Andreyachshenko, V. (2021). Cast-in-situ piles encasements based on oil-bituminous rocks (kirs) in saline soils. Scientific Review Engineering and Environmental Sciences, 30 (1), 51-61. doi: 10.22630/PNIKS.2021.30.1.5
APA style citation in text: The first time citation in text: (Unaibayev, Unaibayev & Andreyachshenko, 2021), next citation: (Unaibayev et al., 2021)
Chicago style references: Unaibayev, Bulat Z., Bulat B. Unaibayev, Violetta Andreyachshenko. "Cast-in-situ piles encasements based on oil-bituminous rocks (kirs) in saline soils." Scientific Review Engineering and Environmental Sciences, 91 ser., vol. 30, no 1, (2021): 51-61. doi: 10.22630/PNIKS.2021.30.1.5.
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