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research-article | 21-July-2020

APPROACH TO ASSESSING THE CONSEQUENCES OF EMERGENCIES IN SEWER TUNNELS

times higher than in 2014. The most vulnerable to deterioration are reinforced concrete structures of sewer tunnels, sewers and inspection shafts. In recent years, many of the accidents have occurred in the wastewater disposal network with a diameter of more than 1500 mm. Sewer tunnel – a distribution network of wastewater, the diameter of which is more than 1500 mm. The ecological component of the operation of sewer tunnels and sewers should also be highlighted, as accidents and failures result in

Olha STARKOVA, Alevtyna ALEINIKOVA, Dmitro BONDARENKO

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment, Volume 13 , ISSUE 2, 65–73

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