Analysis of Engineering Geology Condition for Qingdao Tongan Area
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As economies develop dramatically fast, more and more engineering projects are being constructed near Qingdao Tongan areas. This issue is written to harmonize engineering activities with geo-environment and avoid occurrence of geological hazards and damages of environment, as well as to provide reliable fundamental data for the exploitation and utilization of Qingdao Tongan areas. This paper is supported by the engineering geological condition of the Qingdao Tongan. Many methods are applied to gain detailed original data, including engineering geological drilling, in situ tests in seabed soil, side sonar measurement, taking superficial soil samples and column soil samples. Many years’ engineering reconnaissance data of Qingdao Tongan and research results are also combined in this paper. We study many aspects of this area, such as, regional geology, topography and geomorphy, lithostratigraphy, geological structure, hydrogeologic condition, soil mechanical characteristics and existing major engineering geo-environmental problems. On the basis of the study, we find out the types, regularities distribution, development tendency, hazard level of bad geological process in the study area, and then, offer some advices to manage it. Find out the types, depth, distribution, engineering properties of rock and soil bed in this study area and analyse and evaluate the stability, homogeneity and bearing capacity of ground base. Evaluate the seismic effects of this area. According to characteristics of the proposed building and site engineering geological conditions, select the appropriate foundation bearing stratum, and made a economic, reasonable suggestion.
KeywordsEngineering geology Geological structure Layer
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