Some prospects for heat pump applications in permafrost engineering
Stability of constructions in frozen ground is one of the most responsible and important goals in permafrost engineering. To solve this problem pile foundations are used widely, usually with a ventilated crawl Under certain conditions shallow raft foundations on gravel pads have proved to be more suitable. Unfortunately these methods are of fairly high price.
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