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5th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
CONTEMPORARY ACHIEVEMENTS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 2017 , 2017.y., pp. 527-534


CHARACTERISTICS OF THE TERRAIN AND EXISTING DEFENSIVE EMBANKMENT ALONG RIVER SAVA ON NORTHEAST PART OF TOWN SAMAC
 
DOI: 10.14415/konferencijaGFS2017.056
UDC: 627.418
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Author : Đurić, Neđo
 
 Summary:
 North town area of Samac defends itself from floods with Sava embankment, that is built during the sixties. Embankment has a dual role, on one side it defends the town from floods, and on the other side are located infrastructure and economic objects in elevation of top of embankment. On that part along the embankment route is built parapet wall which firms embankment towards river Sava, and also the other side, where are more important construction objects. During time, embankment was damaged, and with that also the parapet wall to the extent that it was necessary to revitalize them, and some part completely renew. Damaging of embankment withdrew damaging of parapet wall, that is wavy leaning towards river Sava. Crucial damages caused catastrophic floods during May in 2014 and 2015. Conducted research of the terrain along parapet wall in embankment, gave the characteristics of existing embankment and subsoil, based on which are given propositions of new wall foundation and sanation of existing defensive embankment.
 
 Keywords:
 embankment, parapet wall, natural sediments