Design the Future Urban Plan of the Underground Construction from the Aspect of Geological and Geotechnical Features of Belgrade's Inner City Area

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This Issue provides an overview of all the allocated lito-genetic complexes of Belgrade's inner city area, based on a complex geological map of Belgrade (1: 10000), constructed on the basis of tens of thousands of the executed test drilling holes, from the aspects of all geological disciplines. Through various types of underground structures, it describes and discusses geological and geotechnical characteristics of the selected lito-genetic complexes, after the adopted typology of the underground facilities. The Issue attempts to provide substantial geological, geotechnical and technological data for the design of the future urban plan of the underground construction in Belgrade. Also, the data obtained through this process will represent a solid basis for both the future three-dimensional development of the cadaster and urbanism of a developing country, as for raising awareness of the opportunities and benefits of the underground construction with developers.

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Šipetić, N., & Kuzmić, P. (2016). Design the Future Urban Plan of the Underground Construction from the Aspect of Geological and Geotechnical Features of Belgrade’s Inner City Area. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 165, pp. 641–648). Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2016.11.761

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