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Preliminary report
UDC: 628.112:622.587(497.6)
DOI: 10.7251/afts.2014.0610.031D
COBISS.RS-ID: 4225304

 

 

GEOPHYSICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE FIELD AT THE LOCATION OF THE UGLJEVIK 3 THERMAL POWER PLANT IN UGLJEVIK

Đurić Neđo1, Nedeljković Slobodan1, Stojanović Lazar2

1Technical Institute Bijeljina, e-mail: Ova adresa el. pošte zaštićena je od spam napada, treba omogućiti JavaSkript da biste je videli

2Comsar Energy Republika Srpska, Banja Luka

 

ABSTRACT  Full text (pdf)

RESUME

Location for the construction of the Ugljevik 3 Thermal Power Plant is planned within the complex of existing Thermal Power Plant Ugljevik 1 and previously commenced Thermal Power Plant Ugljevik 2. During the field research, the presence of the faults was identified, which is particularly significant for the part of planned main facilities of thermal power plant. For a detailed definition of the presence of faults and their elements, geophysical investigations of the field were carried out. Seismic scanning of the field was performed at six profiles as well as geoelectrical investigations. Obtained results showed that faults are not seismogenic, and that thermal power plant facilities can be built in this area.

Key words: geoelectrical measurement, seismic surveys, fault, hazard

 

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