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LABORATORY TESTING OF SAMPLES AT THE LOCATION OF THE THERMAL POWER PLANT - UGLJEVIK 3

By
Neđo Đurić ,
Neđo Đurić

Technical Institute Bijeljina, Bijeljina, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Perica Đuran ,
Perica Đuran

Technical Institute Bijeljina, Bijeljina, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Jovo Miljanović
Jovo Miljanović

Faculty of mining Prijedor, University of Banja Luka, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Abstract

Field research for the purpose of the construction of the Thermal Power Plant Ugljevik 3 wasconducted in two phases. In the first phase for the smaller scope of the fieldworks, more laboratory analyses were performed. In the second phase, fieldworks were conducted in a larger scaleand laboratory analyses were considerably smaller.Designers dictated different volume of laboratory tests. In the first phase local legislation was respected while in the second phase Chinese planners considered that there was no need for larger volume of laboratory tests thereby giving more importance to the field study of drilling cores, SPT experiments and chemical analyses of the soil.

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