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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. INTRODUCTION

2. METHOD OF WORK

3. The study of engineering-geological conditions

4. The geographic and technogenic conditions

4.1. climate

4.2. relief

10

5. GEOLOGICAL STRUCTURE

10

6. hydrogeological conditions

11

7. Soil properties

12

8. Specific soils

13

9. Geological and engineering-geological processes

13

10. EVALUATION geotechnical conditions

13

11. Corrosive conditions

16

12. CONCLUSION

16

REFERENCES

18

APPLICATIONS
Appendix A: Terms of Reference

20

Appendix B. The program for the production


of engineering and geological surveys

21

Appendix B. Product developments

23

Appendix D: Summary results of the determination


Physical and mechanical properties of soils

24

Appendix D. Passports mechanical testing of soil

31

Appendix E. Chemical analysis of water

55

Appendix G: Chemical analysis of soil

61

Appendix I. Map of factual material

63

Appendix K. Geological and lithological column

64

Appendix L. engineering geological section

68

Appendix M. Charts static sensing


the results of the static processing

70

Electronic version In the instance of archival drilling journal Magazines static sensing
Magazines determining soil corrosion
Statement of the results of determination of physical and mechanical properties of soils
Graphical application to the customer's specifications
1. INTRODUCTION
Engineering and geological surveys performed LLC "KlinStroyIzyskaniya" (testimony of admission to
work on the implementation of the SRO engineering surveys 01-by-0075-2 19.09.2011 g,
registration number AIMS AND-01-0075-2-19091011) in November 2014
The basis for the production of works are contract 2264-14-AI from 12.11.2014 g with "DELFIN
LOGISTICS" and the terms of reference for the production of engineering and geological surveys.
Research carried out to support the design documentation placing the adjusted cleaning glycerol.
Administratively, the site is located at: Moscow region, Pushkin District,. Sofrino Street. Victory, d.
10, in the territory of LLC "DELFIN LOGISTICS".
Geotechnical investigations were performed in order to obtain materials about the natural
conditions of the object, a constructive solution, the engineering design protection, as well as the
bases of calculations, foundations and building structures, earthworks, preparation of decisions on
issues arising at the coordination and approval project documentation.
Technical characteristics of the projected building is given in Appendix A. The projected building
dates back to II (normal) level of responsibility (TSN PPS-99 MO MO TSN 11-303-2001 * n. 2.11, GOST
R 54257-2010).

During the plan's mark adopted mark the surface of the earth as of Nov. 2014
11-304-2005 MO, "Order of engineering surveys for preparation of project documentation,
construction, reconstruction, repair of capital construction in the Moscow region" and NTD acting in
their development, based on the technical characteristics of the projected building, complexity
conditions PLO - schadki and design stage.
The composition of the work performed, and the volume of responsible persons by type of activity
are shown in Table 1. Table 1
Types of works Unit Scope of Work

Responsible
executors
2

name

position

4
Fists VE Engineer

Breakdown and binding wells

point

Breakdown and linking static probing points

point

Reconnaissance survey

p.km

0.5

Drilling operations (mechanical shock rope,


AR-2)
Selection monoliths

rm

88

mon

50

Sampling of the broken structure

arr

24

Water Sampling

Sample

Static ground sounding (setting SP-59, I type),

point

1
FIELD WORK

Laboratory work

Gorelik
S.A.av.laboratoriey

a full range of physical and mechanical


properties

cpl

24

a full range of physical properties

- "-

26

gransostav

objectified.

24

humidity

- "-

Angle of repose

- "-

maximum density

- "-

density in the loose state

- "-

organic matter content

- "-

11

chemical analysis of water


chemical analysis of the soil

- "- "-

6
6

soil corrosion

- "-

Office work

Smirnova OV
inzhenergeolog

Office processing and reporting

As used topographic master plan 1: 500, provided by the customer. Shooting is made in October
2014
Coordinate System - MSK-50.
Height system - Baltic.
2. METHOD OF WORK
Engineering and geological surveys were carried out in accordance with the standards, as a result of
compliance with requirements of the Federal Law "Technical regulation on safety of buildings and
structures."
Collection, processing, analysis of available information on library materials was starting work.
Reconnaissance survey was conducted to identify geomorphological cal supplies territory, its
development, describing the topography, determining the existence of communications and assess
the possibility of works by types, depending on local conditions.
Carrying out excavations carried out in nature based on the availability of communication with the
preliminary agreement with the operating organization. Horizontal and vertical binding workings
performed instrumentally.
Drilling operations were carried out to study the geological and lithological structure of the
elementary area, soil conditions of occurrence and distribution of groundwater, as well as sampling
of soils and waters.

Drilling was conducted rig PBU-2 cable-way diameter of 146 mm.


Location workings are shown on the map of factual material (Appendix I).
Documentation of field work was carried out according to VNMD 34-78, classification of soil according to GOST 25100-2011 "Soils. Classification."

Soil sampling was conducted as opening lithological, in an amount to allow for the allocation of IGE,
to trace the patterns of their propagation, followed by the results of the definition and calculation of
normative and design characteristics according to GOST 20522-2012 "Soils. Methods of statistical
processing of test results. "Selection, transport and storage of samples conducted in a accordance
with GOST 12071-2000" Soils. Selection, packing, transportation and storage of samples. "Sampling
of undisturbed cohesive soils produced corer.
As the opening of groundwater conducted surveillance of the emergence and installed leniem their
level. Water sampling was carried out in accordance with the requirements of GOST 24481-80 "Vo
yes drinking. Sampling."
To determine the density of sand holds static sounding installing SP-59, I type 36 mm diameter probe
(probe area 10 cm2), the resistivity of the soil under the cone tip resistance and on the lateral surface
of the probe determined in accordance with GOST 19912-2001, processing results performed on the
PC in accordance with GOST
20522-96 program "STZ". Location points static sensing see. And the annex, graphics static sensing Annex M.
Laboratory studies of soils and waters are made to determine their nomenclatural species, physicomechanical properties and chemical composition according to standard methodologies are in
accordance with GOST 30416-96 "Soils. Laboratory tests. The general position of the" 5180-84 "Soils .
laboratory methods for determining the physical characteristics ", GOST 12536-79 -" Soils. laboratory
methods for determining grain (particle size) and microaggregate of "12248-2010" Soils. laboratory
methods for determining characteristics of strength and deformability, "a group of guests for
drinking water and PND F (GOST 4192-82; 3351-74; 4389-89; PND F 14.1: 2. 111-97, PND F 14.1: 2.9897; PND F 14.2.99-97; PND F 14.1: 2.114-97 ; PND F 14.1: 2,4-95; PND F 14.1: 2.50-96), a group of
guests "of the soil. Methods for determination of cation-anion composition of the aqueous extract"
(26423-85 - 26428-85), GOST 9.602-2005 "Installations underground. General requirements for
corrosion protection," SP 28.13330.2012, actualization lysed edition SNIP 2.03.11-85 - "protection of
building structures from corrosion" and other types of analysis on the NTD.

Water permeability of sandy soils was determined by calculation according to the formula Kruger
connected - on schedule Maslov and Nesterov.
Strength characteristics of cohesive soils were determined by odnoploskostnaya cutoff scheme
consolidated-drained test in water-saturated state at 100, 200, 300 kPa, for soils with a consistency
index of> 0.5 CU at loads of 100, 150, 200 kPa; Expansion - by compression compression heating
water saturated condition with loads of 0.05-0.4 MPa, modulus of deformation is defined for the
interval pressure of 0.1-0.2 MPa; characteristics of sandy soils - the results of static probing,
according to SP 47.13330.2012, pril.I, tabl.I.2, I.3, SP 22.13330.2011, pril.B, t.B.1.
To determine the corrosion properties with respect to the low-carbon steel in the laboratory to
perform certain electrical resistivity of soils and the cathode current density device ULPK-1 according
to GOST 9.602-2005.
Statistical processing of physical and mechanical characteristics performed on the PC program
"Geostat", the construction of engineering and geological section and geological lithological columns
used system "CREDO_GEO".
Technical Report and laboratory processing performed in accordance with the requirements of SNIP
11-02-96, 6.3; 6.7; 6.24; SP 11-105-97 p.5.14; 7.20; 8.20.
Technical report issued in accordance with GOST R 21.1101-2013 ASAP "Basic requirements for the
design and working documents", GOST 21.302-2013 "Conditional graphical notation in the
documentation for engineering and geological surveys."
Information about the methods, means and metrological parameters of the measurements are
shown in Table 2.

Num
ber p
/p

Type of
work.
object
measure
ment

Measure
and

Meas
ure

demands
project

allowa
ble
error

wellboring

depth

0.2 m

Characteristics used
measuring
instruments

The
recommen
ded
method of
measurem
ent

The
actual
method
of
measure
ment

Measure
ment of

Measure
ment of

A
measuri
ng
instrum
ent
type,
Head.
number
drilling
meter

Place
calibration,
date and
number of
the
certificate
of
verification

Calibra
tion
interval
for
NTD

Date
(period)
measure
ments

Ltd.
"CSI"

Before
startin

29.12.201
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shells
straight
measure
ment

shells
straight
measure
ment

indirect
measure
ment

indirect
measure
ment

wellboring

Level of
water
depths
NAU

0.01
m

static
sounding

qz

MPa

0,1M
Pa

static
sounding

fz

kPa

1kPa

stamped
test

0.1
mm

straight
measure
ment
rainfall
stamp

straight
measure
ment
rainfall
stamp

Planning
Benchma
rk

Distance,
angle

0.05
0.01
degre
es

Theoden
stroke
tech.
leveling

Theoden
stroke
tech.
leveling

laborator
y studies

weight
weight

0.01
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weight

weight

weight

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straight
measure
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straight
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straight
measure

straight
measure

degre
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laborator
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time

laborator
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Deforma
tion,

0.01
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0.01
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0.01
mm

Electrolevel
measur
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RE-75
Manom
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MO
head
number
19177
Manom
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MO
head
number
19177
Type
Indicato
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number
256183
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M3 DR
pfd #
130293
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VLKT
500M,
Head
631
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number
281
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SOPrzav
number
9501
Type
Indicato

Ltd.
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Before
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29.12.201
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FGUTTSSM
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02.11.11
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number
101
02.11.11
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St.
FGUTTSSM
number
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from
23.11.200
9g
FSUE
"CNIIGAiK"
St. number
02 / 802072012

1 year

29.12.201
5g

1 year

22.12.201
5g

3years

23.12.201
5g

1 year

25.12.201
5g

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Saint
number
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from
15.07.11
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number
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from
15.07.1
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15.12.201
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29.12.201
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laborator
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electrical
resistanc
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ohm

0.5
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straight
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straight
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11

laborator
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Acids of
the slot

ye

0.01
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straight
measure
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straight
measure
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12

laborator
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load

ton

0.1
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straight
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straight
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13

laborator
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color

ye

1%

straight
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straight
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r ICH-10
Head
number
638217
4
Device
ULPK-1
Head
number
1248
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meter
PH150M
Head
number
802
Press
MC100,
head
number
115
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electric
meter
KOLORI
KFK2,
head
number
861610
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number
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23.11.200
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3. The study of engineering-geological conditions


Information on the availability of materials engineering and geological surveys, formerly The compensation United at the
site is not available.
4. The geographic and technogenic conditions
4.1. climate
The climate is temperate continental.
wind
Balance of solar radiation (income and expenditure of heat) is not decisive for the of the thermal regime of the Moscow
region. To a large extent depends on the thermal regime of the conditions of circulation of air masses. For most of
European Russia is the predominant transport of warm air masses from the west. The predominance of west winds can
be seen from the wind rose.

January
July

From

NE

SE

Yu

SW

NW

9
17

7
10

7
10

15
8

16
6

20
11

13
16

13
22

The standard value of wind pressure of 0.23 kPa (SNIP 2.01.07-85).


temperature
The minimum temperature is in January and February, the maximum - in July and August.
Average monthly temperature (SNIP 23-0 1-99)
I
-10.2

II
-9.2

III
-4.3

IV
4.4

V
11.9

VI
16.0

VII
18.1

VIII
16.3

IX
10.7

X
4.3

XI
-1.9

XII
-7.3

Year
4.1

-42oS Absolute minimum, absolute maximum of 37 C.


Lowering the temperature are usually associated with the invasion of arctic air, increasing in all seasons related to the
intrusion of warm air masses (in the warm season - tropical, in the cold - maritime temperate latitudes).
The transition of average daily temperatures of air through April 3-4 0C in spring and early
November autumn
precipitation
The value of deposits as part of the climate is great.
During the year, the most in the summer months. The sharpest increase in precipitation occurs in May - June, the
minimum number - in January.
Annual rainfall 704 mm, including liquid and mixed 528 mm.
evaporability
Evaporation precipitation exceeds 70 mm per year, i.e. The Moscow region is in the zone of excessive moisture.
4.2. relief
Geomorphologically, the area is confined to the suburbs pologovolnistoy moraine plain, slightly disjointed, with welldeveloped river valleys.
Playground free of buildings, located in the industrial zone, adjacent areas built.
Natural topography altered as a result of economic activity.
Surface area, characterized marks 201,3-201,7 m abs.
Man-made education wells opened everywhere and have significant power.

Surface and underground drainage difficult.


5. GEOLOGICAL STRUCTURE
Quaternary sediments in the Moscow region are ubiquitous, and in the vast majority belong to the glacial formations.
Lithologic log area to a depth of 22 m is represented by modern education, upper and mid-Quaternary sediments.
Under the terms of occurrence and the number of layers of the site should belong to the second category.
Below is a description of the layering (top to bottom):
Modern technological education (tIV) opened everywhere, presented anthropogenic soil. Power penetrated by wells, 2,33,2 m, with an average value of 2.7 m.
Man-made ground is represented dump soil and debris (mainly loam tugoplastichny, interbedded with
myagkoplastichnogo, with frequent interlayers of sand, gravel, pebbles, gravel, brick rubble, metal, concrete, wood,
remains of the foundations of previously existing structures), blocked with concrete .
Upper overburden (prIII) presented loam
Autopsy universally under modern education, at a depth of 2,3-3,2 m. Thickness 1,7-2,8 m, with an average of 2.4 m.
Loam taupe, brown, layered, with ocher inclusions, interbedded with clay and sand saturated with water, fine gravel rare,
heavy silty, tugoplastichny, interbedded with myagkoplastichnogo.
Mid-Quaternary glacial sediments of the Moscow skyline
(f, lgIIms) represented by clay, sand medium size, fine sand and loam.
Clay opened everywhere, under the overburden at a depth of 4.8-5.4 m. The thickness 0.9-1.4 m, with an average of 1.2
m.
Clay gray-brown, brown, slabosloistaya, interbedded with clay loam, gravel and pebbles, light dusty, semi-solid, with
interbedded tugoplastichnoy.
Sand average size opened widely for clay at a depth of 5,8-6,6 m, the capacity of 1.0-2.5 m, with an average value of 1.9
m.
Sand medium size, brown, gravel and pebbles, the average density, saturated with water.
Fine sand density of addition is divided into two types: fine sand medium density and fine sand tight.
The sand is fine, medium density opened everywhere under the sand medium size or clay at a depth of 7,5-9,1 m. The
thickness 1.5-3.2 m, with an average of 2.2 m.
The sand is fine, greenish-gray, gray, gravel and pebbles, the average density, saturated with water.
The sand is fine, dense opened everywhere under the sand to small medium density naglubine 10,0-10,7 m. Thickness
4,4-6,3 m, with an average of 5.4 m.
The sand is fine, greenish-gray, gray, gray-brown, with gravel and pebbles, dense, saturated with water.

Loam opened almost universally as a thicker lens in fine sand at a depth of 11,5-12,2 m. The thickness 0.6-1.4 m, with an
average value of 0.9 m.
Greenish-gray loam, slabosloisty, gravel and pebbles, light silty, with streaks of heavy, myagkoplastichny.
Mid-Quaternary moraines of the Moscow skyline (gIIms)
presented clay excavated everywhere under glacial sediments at a depth of 15,8-16,9 m. penetrated thickness 5,1-6,2 m,
with an average of 5.6 m.
Black-brown clay, rich in Jurassic sediments with mica, with lenses of sand saturated with water, gravel, pebbles, boulders
separate, easy dusty, semi-solid.
Occurrence and spread of soil annexed to, L.
6. hydrogeological conditions
Opened groundwater, which are attributed to factors rezhimoobrazuyuschim perched, interstratal and waters sporadic
distribution.
Perched opened almost everywhere at elevations 198,48-199,60 masl. in technogenic soil at a depth of 1,7-3,1 m. Power
comes from precipitation, atakzhe potential technological leaks from underground water communications.
In periods of snowmelt and abundant rainfall likely level rise and widespread vadose its distribution in modern education.
Hydrochemical composition of water chloride-bicarbonate calcium. The total mineralization of 0.72 g / l.
Interstratal water everywhere revealed at a depth of 5,8-6,6 m (m 194,73-195,78 abs.), Water-bearing soils are waterglacial sands of medium size and fine sand. Have local water pressure, the value of which is 0.8-1.5 m. Set the level fixed
at 196,50-196,58 masl. Relative upper confining layer is water-glacial clay bottom - moraine clay.
Nutrition and unloading are located off-site.
Seasonally adjusted, the forecast for the piezometric level interstratal waters take fixed for a period of research.
The terms of design, construction and operation of buildings, these waters have a practical impact will be.
Hydrochemical composition of water calcium bicarbonate. The total mineralization of 0.81 g / l.
Water sporadic distribution confined to the lenses and interbeds of sand in the thickness of the coating of loam and
moraine clay. Different lens power, fragmented and not seasoned aquifer.
Taking into account the geological and lithological structure, the existing hydro-geological conditions and the following
possible changes, given the projected depth of the foundations (Hc = 2.0 m), according to SP 11-105-97 part II, adj. And
the northern and southern part of the site, should be attributed to elevated groundwater levels, the remaining area - to
seasonally waterlogged vadose waters.
7. properties of soils
In the area of interaction with the projected building geological environment is allocated 8 geotechnical elements (IGE):

IGE number 1 - man-made ground (tIV): heterogeneous in composition and density of addition, a dump soil and debris
(mainly loam tugoplastichny, interbedded with myagkoplastichnogo, with frequent interlayers of sand, gravel, pebbles,
gravel, brick rubble, metal, concrete, wood, remnants of foundation cops from pre-existing structures,
slabovodopronitsaemy), blocked betonom.
IGE number 2 - loam (prIII), heavy silty, tugoplastichny, srednedeformiruemy waterproof.
IGE number 3 - clay (f, lgIIms), light dusty, semi-solid, srednedeformiruemaya waterproof.
IGE number 4 - sand medium size (f, lgIIms), heterogeneous (Cu = 7,5), medium density sredneuplotnenny (Id = 0,40),
saturated with water, silnovodopronitsaemy.
IGE number 5a - fine sand (f, lgIIms), homogeneous (Cu = 2,5), medium density sredneuplotnenny (Id = 0,51), saturated
with water, silnovodopronitsaemy.
IGE number 5b - fine sand (f, lgIIms), homogeneous (Cu = 2,5), dense, silnouplotnenny (Id = 0,73), saturated with water
permeable.
IGE number 6 - loam (f, lgIIms), light silty, myagkoplastichny, srednedeformiruemy, slabovodopronitsaemy.
IGE number 7 - clay (gIIms), light dusty, semi-solid, srednedeformiruemaya waterproof.
As a natural base of foundations should be treated soils IGE number 2-4,5a, 5b-7, the grounds of road constructions and
laying communications medium soils IGE 1,2.
Regulatory and design characteristics of isolated IGE, are shown in Table 3.
8. specific soils
Specific soils that have spread to the site referred technogenic soil. Power penetrated by wells, 2,3-3,2 m, with an
average value of 2.7 m.
Man-made ground is represented dump soil and debris (mainly loam tugoplastichny, interbedded with
myagkoplastichnogo, with frequent interlayers of sand, gravel, pebbles, gravel, brick rubble, metal, concrete, wood,
remains of the foundations of the pre-existing structures, slabovodopronitsaemy) blocked with concrete.
Ground heterogeneous in composition and properties, has uneven compressibility and the possibility of selfconsolidation.
By prescription dumping is not packed, belongs to a group of connected, the subgroup of natural displaced (bulk)
formations.
Not recommended for use as a base foundation.
9. geological and engineering-geological processes
From the combination of natural conditions and severity of the processes studied area is characterized by simple
conditions with moderately hazardous processes (SNIP 01.22.95, t. A and B), of which it should be noted:

- Flooding of the northern and southern parts of the area, the rest of the seasonal podtaplivaemost;
- Heaving soils, as Frost on the degree of compliance with GOST 25100-2011, technogenic soil and covering loam soils
classified srednepuchinistym with relative deformation heaving 0.05.
The standard depth of seasonal freezing of soils under bare of snow platform for loam - 1.32 m (according to SP
22.13330.2011).
According to SP 14.13330.2011 intensity of seismic effects on a scale of the construction area adopted on the basis of a
set of maps of general seismic zoning of the territory of the Russian Federation (SRF-97). The area is situated within an
area characterized by a seismic intensity of less than 6 points.
10. EVALUATION geotechnical conditions
According to a combination of factors playground attributed to the II category of complexity inzhenernogeologicheskih
conditions (SP 11-105-97, Part 1, App. B):
- Playground within one geomorphic features; horizontal surface, undivided;
- Opened perched, interstratal and sporadic water;
- Geological and geotechnical processes influence the choice of design solutions, construction and operation of the
facility;
- Specific primers in the interaction of the building with the geological environment influence the choice of design
solutions;
- Man-made effects and changes in cultivated areas have no influence on the choice of design decisions and carrying out
geotechnical investigations.
11. corrosive conditions
11.1. According to the degree of exposure to aggressive materials of concrete and reinforced concrete structures,
according to SP 28.13330.2012, actualized edition SNIP 2.03.11-85, soils are non-aggressive for any parameters,
groundwater distributed torfahobladayut slightly aggressive, materials of metal structures, according to
SP 28.13330.2012, underground water have an average aggressiveness (see. Annex E, F).
11.2. Soil corrosion (GOST 9.602-2005, Table. 1,2,4) against:
to the aluminum cable sheath - high;
to lead sheathed cable - high;
to steel - high.
11.3. Corrosiveness vadose (GOST 9.602-2005, Tab. 3.5) with respect kalyuminievoy cable sheath - high to lead sheathed
cable - high; interstratal water to the aluminum cable sheath - high to lead sheathed cable - average.
12. CONCLUSION

12.1. According to a combination of factors playground attributed to the II category of complexity


inzhenernoeologicheskih conditions (SP 11-105-97, Part 1, App. B).
12.2. According to the degree of danger engineering-geological processes studied area is characterized by simple
conditions with moderately hazardous processes (SNIP 22.01-95, t. A and B), of which it should be noted flooding of the
northern and southern parts of the area, seasonal podtaplivaemost rest of frost heave and soil.
The standard depth of seasonal freezing of soils under bare of snow platform for loam - 1.32 m (according to SP
22.13330.2011).
12.3. According to GOST 25100-2011, technogenic soil and covering loam soils classified srednepuchinistym with relative
deformation heaving 0.05.
12.4. As a natural base of foundations should be treated soils IGE number 2-4,5a, 5b-7, the grounds of road constructions
and laying communications medium soils IGE 1,2.
Regulatory and design characteristics of isolated IGE, are shown in Table 3.
12.5. Opened groundwater, which are attributed to factors rezhimoobrazuyuschim perched, interstratal and waters
sporadic distribution.
Perched opened almost everywhere at elevations 198,48-199,60 masl. in technogenic soil at a depth of 1,7-3,1 m. Power
comes from precipitation, as well as potential technological leaks from underground water communications.
In periods of snowmelt and abundant rainfall likely level rise and widespread vadose its distribution in modern education.
Interstratal water everywhere revealed at a depth of 5,8-6,6 m (m 194,73-195,78 abs.), Water-bearing soils are waterglacial sands and medium size peskimelkie. Have local water pressure, the value of which is 0.8-1.5 m. Tired-2264-14-IG
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Doc. Curled leaf level fixed at 196,50-196,58 masl. Relative upper confining layer is water-glacial clay bottom - moraine
clay
Nutrition and unloading are located off-site.
Seasonally adjusted, the forecast for the piezometric level interstratal waters take fixed for a period of research.
The terms of design, construction and operation of buildings, these waters have a practical impact will be.
Water sporadic distribution confined to the lenses and interbeds of sand in the thickness of the coating of loam and
moraine clay. Different lens power, fragmented and not seasoned aquifer.
Taking into account the geological and lithological structure, the existing hydro-geological conditions and the following
possible changes, given the projected depth of the foundations (Hc = 2.0 m), according to SP 11-105-97 part II, adj. And
the northern and southern part of the site, should be attributed to elevated groundwater levels, the remaining area - to
seasonally waterlogged vadose waters.
12.6. Specific soils that have spread to the site referred technogenic soil. Power penetrated by wells, 2,3-3,2 m, with an
average value of 2.7 m.

Man-made ground is represented dump soil and debris (mainly loam tugoplastichny, interbedded with
myagkoplastichnogo, with frequent interlayers of sand, gravel, pebbles, gravel, brick rubble, metal, concrete, wood,
remains of the foundations of the pre-existing structures, slabovodopronitsaemy) blocked with concrete.
Ground heterogeneous in composition and properties, has the ability to self-sealing szhimaemostyui uneven.
By prescription dumping is not packed, belongs to a group of connected, the subgroup of natural displaced (bulk)
formations.
Not recommended for use as a base foundation.
12.7. According to the degree of exposure to aggressive materials of concrete and reinforced concrete structures,
according to SP 28.13330.2012, actualized edition SNIP 2.03.11-85, soils are non-aggressive for any parameters,
groundwater, common in peat have a slightly aggressive, materials of metal structures, according to
SP 28.13330.2012, underground water have an average aggressiveness (see. Annex E, F).
Soil corrosion (GOST 9.602-2005, Table. 1,2,4) against:
to the aluminum cable sheath - high;
to lead sheathed cable - high;
to steel - high.
Corrosiveness vadose (GOST 9.602-2005, Tab. 3.5) with respect to the aluminum cable sheath - high to lead sheathed
cable - high; interstratal water to the aluminum cable sheath - high to lead sheathed cable - average.
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PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
Generation number
Skv.1
Skv.2
Skv.3
Skv.4
TK-1
TK-2

coordinates
X
511,683.42

511,676.32
511,702.18
511,695.82
511,678.32
511,700.18

Note: The coordinate system - MSK-50.


Height system - Baltic 1977

Mouth elevation, m

Y
2,216,438.32
2,216,454.82
2,216,446.87
2,216,460.84

2,216,454.82
2,216,446.87

201.20
201.60
201.23
201.58
201.50
201.20