Review Of Information For The Problem Statement While Studying Dispersed Rocks For Urban Planning

Nadezhda Khansivarova, Yuri Kostyuk

The article objective is to make a review based on the analysis of references devoted to the problems of studying dispersed rocks with the aim of setting the task of planning an experiment to research the colloidal activity of soil strata in the European part of southern Russia. Studies are relevant for all areas of dispersed soil distribution, due to the fact that they are used as the footing of buildings and structures. The stability of such soils is determined by the nature of structural bonds, which easily pass into the category of “soft soils”. Laboratory process modeling of pollution of the geological environment by liquid effluents containing heavy metals is necessary to solve environmental problems. It is also important to identify the mechanism of structural restructuring, and, consequently, the changes in the properties of dispersed rocks upon receipt of chemical elements with a high surface-charge density. Studying the colloidal activity of soil strata will provide an understanding of the geoecological situation and will serve as the basis for identifying areas that are least stable in engineering-geological site relations. The synthesis of information will serve as the basis for setting goals and a research plan on a selected topic.

Volume 12 | 06-Special Issue

Pages: 798-807

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12SP6/SP20201097