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The aim of this paper is to present a landslide remediation based on research and testing of samples, and to list those measures that will help to remediate the landslide or partially mitigate its further effects. These measures include: closing cracks, collecting and draining surface water from landslides, terrain planning, making supports from st...

By Zlatan Talić, Dženita Cerić

The aim of the paper is to show the landslide that damaged the transmission line pole, and its remediation. The landslide is located in Tuzla, and the microlocation of the facility is located in the area of the Dolina and the settlement of Vrapče. The remediation was made on the basis of a study on the characteristics of the terrain and the design ...

By Zlatan Talić, Medina Mešić

The issues addressed in this paper are dedicated to the balancing and analysis of coal reserves for the system of underground exploitation in the Republic of Serbia, both in active mines – deposits and in prospective deposits for activation in terms of production. The basic message emphasizes the importance of coal as the leading domestic ene...

By Zorica Ivković, Dražana Tošić, Dejan Dramlić

Chromium, ammonium, and potassium compounds are pollutants in the environment released mainly by industrial wastewater and they can negatively influence the quality of surface water. Zeolites and bentonites are commonly used adsorbents for removal of pollutant from water. In the study, the adsorbents were used in their natural form, without chemica...

By Tomáš Bakalár

The paper presents results of detailed geological research of quartzite in the wider area of Smrčevice, southeastern of Gornji Vakuf-Uskoplje. Based on the defined boundaries of surface distribution and research results, geological reserves of about 12 million tons have been determined in the wider area of Smrcevica. The quartzite reserves that hav...

By Dževad Forčaković, Rejhana Dervišević

Natural disasters during May 2014 caused a flood of water outside the unregulated bed of the river Tinja in the local area of Gornji Hrgovi. The flood effect affected the undermining and destruction of the foot part of the slope, reactivation and regressive development of the landslide, which was manifested by further secondary “breaking&rdqu...

By Jasenko Čomić, Aida Hrustić

The mineral resources of the Republic of Srpska enable the exploitation and processing of mineral raw materials in the metal, metal processing, construction, chemical industry, cement industry, ceramics and construction materials, etc. The largest part (over 90% in terms of value) are reproductive materials for processing in other industries and a ...

By Vladimir Malbašić

In the present paper, the authors develop a methodology for stability monitoring of the hydrotechnical-defensive embankment that is exposed to heavy frequent traffic. The proposed methodology envisages several phases of observation, work and monitoring: (1) macroscopic observations, (2) geophysical-geoelectric tests, (3) group of exploration works,...

By Srđan Kostić, Nebojša Nikolić, Vladimir Malbašić

In many projects, piles are designed and installed as the ultimate solution in foundation construction, load transition to the resistant subsurface layers, providing lateral resistance, and overcoming the poor performance of surface soils. Pile design should be done with respect to structural consideration, the load-carrying capacity of the surface...

By Karamjavan Abbas Firouzi, Hojjat Hashempour

When building new roads in BiH, reconstruction or rehabilitation of existing roads, construction or replacement of asphalt layers is a mandatory part of construction works. The lifespan of the entire pavement structure depends on the quality of the final asphalt layers of the pavement structure. One of the most significant characteristics of the as...

By Zahid Bašić, Amir Džananović, Elmedin Tabaković