Methodology for the risk monitoring of geological hazards for buildings and structures
In this article, technology for monitoring geological hazards is proposed to reduce the risk of the collapse of buildings and structures. The example considered in the article shows that the reduction of the landslide hazard of the soil massif on the slope can be achieved by: equipping drainage and storm systems that ensure the effective removal of groundwater; monitoring the state of the soil massif for the timely determination of dynamic and geophysical parameters and the exclusion of the occurrence of resonant phenomena from dynamic impacts; complex monitoring of the "soil-construction" system. Thus, the proposed technology of integrated soil-structure monitoring can provide timely warning of the geological hazard risk and thereby reduce the likelihood of destruction of buildings and structures by taking appropriate measures.
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