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Professional paper

UDC: 625.721:628.52 (497.6 Doboj)

DOI: 10.7251/afts.2014.0611.017D

COBISS.RS-ID 4571416

 

GEOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE TERRAIN ON THE HIGHWAY CORRIDOR Vc SECTION JOHOVACDOBOJ JUG, stac. km 10+754 – 15+820
 
Đurić Neđo1

 

ABSTRACT  Full text (pdf)

HighwayCorridor Vc as the most significant route in Bosnia and Herzegovina requires detailed analysis of geological characteristics of the field along the route of its propagation. The route is divided into several parts, according to geographical, geological and spatial properties of the field. One of the most complex sections of the highway is the section JohovacDoboj Jug, subsection UsoraKaruse. It is not that complicated because of natural properties of the ground only but also because of inability to choose the most optimal route due to the presence of a number of residential buildings. Selected route is quite demanding in terms of field research and its construction, since it will be entirely built in the embankment, and there arefive bridges and another roadjunction along the route.

By the field examination, geological properties were defined with analyzed seismicity level for the area, as well as engineering – geological and hydrogeological characteristics of the terrain. At the construction sites of prospective facilities, additional investigations will be carried out and resulting data will together with existing, constitute a basis for development of geotechnical project.

 

Key words: route, facilities on the route, sediments, relief, faults

 

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