Engineering geodynamics of industrial and urban agglomerations

Major: Geotechnical Engineering
Code of subject: 7.103.03.E.016
Credits: 5.00
Department: Engineering Geodesy
Lecturer: PhD Iryna Zayats
Semester: 2 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Мета вивчення дисципліни: The goal of teaching this discipline is to form in the future specialist the knowledge, skills and abilities specified in the qualification characteristics of a master in geotechnical engineering, including revealing the peculiarities of the development and activation of various geological processes and phenomena in urban agglomerations. To prepare the master, it is necessary to provide the organization and conduct of engineering-geodetic, engineering-geological, engineering-hydrological, geotechnical surveys and surveys for the rational use of the environment, which are most widely used to assess the complexity of geotechnical construction, solve specific technical and production tasks aimed at solving technogenic problems of the metropolis that arise during the development of underground space, construction of engineering structures, laying and repair of roads, arrangement of water bodies and watercourses, as well as in planning and conducting measures to monitor the state and protect the environment of the city.
Завдання: General competencies: K07. Ability to develop and manage projects. Specialized (professional) competencies: K11. Mastery of modern research methods used in industrial and scientific organizations for studying the Earth, its geosphere and their components. Professional competencies of the professional direction (PCPD): K 1.3. Ability to apply geotechnical, geological, and geophysical exploration methods to determine the geological environment conditions and mechanical properties of soils and rocks. K 1.4. Ability to carry out geotechnical, geodetic, and geo-technogenic monitoring aimed at assessing the risks associated with the stability of soils of natural slopes and technogenic deposits of minerals.
Learning outcomes: PR01. Analyze the features of natural and anthropogenic systems and objects of the Earth's geospheres. PR03. Be able to communicate with experts and professionals of different levels in other fields of knowledge, including in an international context, in a global information environment. PR07. Know modern methods of researching the Earth and its geospheres, and be able to apply them in industrial and scientific research. PR09. Develop and implement mechanisms for territorial management of geoplanning, carry out monitoring of regional development, and create plans and programs. PR01.2. Ability to apply geotechnical, geological, and geophysical exploration methods to determine the geological environment conditions and mechanical properties of soils and rocks. PR01.4. Ability to use computer technologies to solve tasks in geotechnical engineering (geological mapping, determination of soil properties, calculation of loads on foundations, etc.).
Required prior and related subjects: Planetary and Engineering Geodynamics, Geotechnical Investigations, Master's qualification work
Summary of the subject: This educational course expands and consolidates theoretical knowledge in the subject area of the application of engineering geodynamics principles for industrial and urban agglomeration territories. Specifically, the course covers the main structures in urban agglomeration territories, their types, and the nature of their impact on the geological environment. Modern exogenous and endogenous geological processes developed in cities under different natural and geological conditions are characterized. The course discusses the peculiarities of landslides and slope processes, river and ravine erosion, flooding, suffusion, and collapse phenomena on urban territories. The occurrence of flooding in urban areas is assessed, and the deformation of rocks under load from structures, excavation works, tunneling, and underground cavities of different purposes is studied. The course provides an overview of the methods for engineering geological study of modern geological technogenic processes and their forecasting. Information is provided on the organization of monitoring to observe changes in the geological environment as a result of technogenic impact. The course emphasizes the main principles and requirements for conducting engineering surveys for construction in Ukraine, the composition, and content of design documentation for new construction, reconstruction, major repairs, and technical re-equipment of buildings, structures, facilities of any purpose, their complexes, or parts, as well as linear objects of engineering and transport infrastructure. Relevant legislation, requirements for urban planning documentation, construction norms, standards, and rules are noted.
Опис: The subject and tasks of engineering geodynamics. Current problems of engineering geodynamics in cities and urban-industrial agglomerations. Modern exogenous and endogenous geological processes of urban areas under different natural and geological conditions. Comprehensive assessment and prediction of changes in the geological environment. Engineering-geological zoning. Evaluation of seismicity of urban areas and principles of seismic microzoning. Organization and design of engineering surveys for construction.
Assessment methods and criteria: Current control is carried out in the form of an oral survey during the defense of laboratory, control and calculation-graphic works. Semester control is provided in the form of a written component with a theoretical and practical component and an oral component.
Критерії оцінювання результатів навчання: written reports on laboratory work - 40 points Examination work (control work - 50 points, oral survey - 10 points)
Порядок та критерії виставляння балів та оцінок: Grades for knowledge evaluation: 100-88 points ("excellent") are awarded for a high level of knowledge (with some inaccuracies) of the main and recommended additional literature sources, ability to analyze phenomena studied and their interrelationships and development, clear, concise, logical, and sequential responses to questions, and ability to apply theoretical principles in practical problem-solving. 87-71 points ("good") are awarded for generally correct understanding of the studied material, including calculations, well-argued responses to questions that contain some minor (insignificant) shortcomings, and ability to apply theoretical principles in practical problem-solving. 70-50 points ("satisfactory") are awarded for weak knowledge of the studied material, inaccurate or poorly argued responses, violations of the sequence of presentation, and weak application of theoretical principles in practical problem-solving. 49-26 points ("not evaluated" with the possibility of retaking the semester exam) are awarded for significant gaps in knowledge of the studied material, significant errors in responses to questions, and inability to apply theoretical principles in practical problem-solving. 25-0 points ("unsatisfactory" with mandatory re-learning) are awarded for significant gaps in knowledge of the studied material, significant errors in responses to questions, inability to orient oneself during practical problem-solving, and lack of knowledge of fundamental principles.
Recommended books: Educational and Methodological Support Tserklevych A.L., Hlotov V.M., Petrov S.L., Shylo Ye.O. Planning and organizing a complex of topographic and geodetic works for creating a topographic (cadastre) plan at a scale of 1:2000. - 2016. - p.20. Babushka A.V., Burshchynska Kh.V. Construction and accuracy analysis of a digital elevation model using the ArcGIS software environment: guidelines. Lviv: Lviv Polytechnic Publishing House, 2013. Basic Hontareva I. V. Project Management. Textbook / I. V. Hontareva. - Kharkiv: Publishing House of Kharkiv National Economic University, 2011. - 444 p. Dovhan L.Ye Project Management: a study guide / L.Ye. Dovhan, H.A. Mokhonko, I.P. Malik. - Kyiv: Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, 2017. - 420 p. Fesenko T. G. Project management: theory and practice of project actions: a study guide / T. G. Fesenko; Kharkiv National Academy of Municipal Economy. - Kharkiv: Kharkiv National Academy of Municipal Economy, 2012. - 181 p. Hnatchenko Ye. Yu. Lecture notes on "Legislation and Architectural and Project Affairs" / Ye. Yu. Hnatchenko; O.M. Beketov Kharkiv National University of Urban Economy. - Kharkiv: Kharkiv National University of Urban Economy, 2013. - 50 p. Matveev V.T. Economics of geodetic production: Monograph / Edited by V.T. Matveev - Novosibirsk: State University of Geodesy and Cartography, 2002. - 268 p.
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