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  • English
    Authors: 
    Central Zagros Archaeological Project;
    Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

    This collection comprises the archive reports and core data from investigations conducted by the Central Zagros Archaeological Project between 2012 and 2017 in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. This includes images, reports, site records, spreadsheets and databases.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Oxford Archaeology (East);
    Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

    Cambridgeshire has been subject to widespread gravel (aggregates) extraction throughout the 20th century and, like much of the rest of the country, intensively since World War 2. The county is crossed by three great river valleys - the Cam, the Great Ouse and the Nene - that produced large swathes of river gravels thus creating the local resource for extraction. A considerable amount of archaeological records have been generated by this extraction activity and collectively these records provide details of human habitation and impact on the Cambridgeshire landscape from the Palaeolithic through, unbroken and often in great detail, to the modern day. An investigation of this material affords an opportunity to chronicle the landscape history of great swathes of Cambridgeshire and to contribute to both the archaeological and palaeontological records. A study by Oxford Archaeology East has been carried out as part of an Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund (ALSF) commission to identify and assess the full spectrum of archaeological records and interventions on the Cambridgeshire Gravels, and subsequently to identify the degree to which backlogs of analysis and publications exist.

  • Authors: 
    W Barnes; C B Bailey; H Fairclough; A F Holden; B W Huntsman; J P Kriel; J P Mcnamara; H K Scott; E G Walker;
    Publisher: Thomas Telford Ltd.
  • Restricted Croatian
    Authors: 
    Grgić, Katja;
    Country: Croatia

    This Bachelor Thesis describes excavators and their application in earthworks in construction of high-rise buildings. Excavators are universal machines that have constructions of different tools. Because of their diversity, they are applicable not only in construction, but in mining, agriculture and forestry. There are different excavator variants because of their shapes and sizes, those are: excavators with a high shovel, excavators with a gripping shovel, excavators with a towing shovel, multipurpose excavators and mini excavators. This Bachelor Thesis describes and lists roles in earthworks of the beforementioned excavators. Excavator tools which are important for specific works are also listed. An example of a calculation and a comparison of excavator effects is also listed. The differences in different types of excavators are also described. U završnom radu su opisani bageri te njihova primjena u zemljanim radovima pri građenju građevina visokogradnje. Bageri su univerzalni strojevi koji imaju konstrukcije različitih alata. Zbog svoje raznovrsnosti moguće ga je primijeniti ne samo u građevinarstvu nego i u rudarstvu, poljoprivredi te u šumarstvu. Razlikujemo različite vrsta bagera zbog njegovih različitih oblika i tipova, a to su: bageri s visinskom lopatom, bageri sa zahvatnom lopatom, bageri s povlačnom lopatom, bageri s dubinskom lopatom, bageri utovarivači i mini bageri. U radu su gore navedeni bageri opisani i navedena je njihova uloga u zemljanim radovima. Navedeni su i radni alati bagera koji su važni za obavljanje određenoga rada. Naveden je primjer u kojemu se izračunavaju i uspoređuju učinci bagera te se opisuju razlike svakog bagera.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Cotswold Archaeology;
    Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

    A programme of archaeological work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in October 2011 prior to groundworks associated with a residential development at land off Crookbarrow Road, Norton, Worcestershire. Four ditches were identified (A-D), expanding on the results of the evaluation and providing a chronology for three phases of archaeological activity at the site from the mid to late Iron Age to the Roman period. Ditch A/B contained pottery dating to the mid to late Iron Age and was orientated north-east/south-west, returning to the north-west towards Crookbarrow Road and possibly defining the north-east corner of an enclosure. It had been re-cut by Ditch D, which extended beyond Ditch A/B to the north-east and contained Roman pottery broadly dating from the 1st to the 4th-centuries AD. The third phase of activity was marked by the addition of Ditch C, which provided three sides of a small, square paddock, using Ditch D as the final boundary to the north-west. The characterisation and dating of discreet features was hampered by two phases of post-Roman ridge and furrow and poor ground conditions. Four undated pits and three areas of animal poaching were recorded within the site.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Oxford Archaeology North;
    Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

    This digital archive consists of images from an archaeological excavation, undertaken by Oxford Archaeology, extending an earlier evaluation trench where archaeological remains had been encountered, at the site of a proposed housing development on the former Belle Vue Stadium, Kirkmanshulme Lane, Gorton, Manchester in 2021.

  • Publication . Master thesis . Doctoral thesis . 2014
    Open Access Turkish
    Authors: 
    Tabur, Sermet;
    Publisher: Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü
    Country: Turkey

    Çalışmada, üç boyutlu sonlu elemanlar programı olan Plaxis 3D Foundation V2.2 programı kullanılarak, dört farklı zemin tipi için farklı kazı derinliklerinde modeller oluşturulup köşe etkisinin deplasman ve yanal toprak gerilmeleri üzerindeki etkisi incelenmiştir. Konu ile ilgili çalışmalar bölümünde, konuya ilişkin gerçekleş olan çalışmalar ele alınmış ve sunulmuş, daha sonra ise üç boyutlu sonlu elemanlar çözümüne ve teorik zemin modellerine ilişkin kısa bilgiler verilmiştir. Son bölümde ise kurulan modeller analiz edilmiş, bu analizlerin sonuçları grafiksel olarak sunularak konuya ilişkin değerlendirmeler yapılmıştır. Yapılmış olan analizler için, iki farklı kazı boyutlarına sahip kazı çukurlarında dört farklı zemin tipi kullanılmış olup her zemin tipi için iki ayrı kazı derinliği olan modeller oluşturulmuştur. İksa yapısının konsol olduğu durum incelenmiştir. Analizde kullanılmış olan bütün modeller tek tabakalı zeminde kurulmuştur. Analiz sonuçlarında deplasmanlar, gerilmeler ve toprak basıncı katsayıları incelenmiştir. Yapılan analizlerde köşe noktalarında deplasmanların en düşük değerlerde olduğu, köşelerden, her iki köşeye eşit mesafede bulunan merkez noktaya doğru uzaklaşıldıkça deplasmanın arttığı ve belirli bir mesafeden sonra yakın değerlere ulaştığı görülmektedir. Gerilmeler incelendiği zaman ise en büyük gerilmelerin, köşe noktalarda oluştuğu ve köşelerden, her iki köşeye eşit mesafede olan merkez noktaya doğru gittikçe gerilmenin azaldığı ve köşe etkisi etki mesafesinden sonra da gerilmelerin bir birine yakın değerler aldığı görülmüştür. Yanal toprak gerilmelerinin, derinlik ve zeminin birim hacim ağırlığına bölünmesi ile Khesap yanal toprak basıncı katsayıları bulunmuş olup, her modelde kazı taban kotu için köşeye değişen mesafelerde hesaplanmıştır. K0 ve Ka ile ilişkisi de oluşturulmuş olan grafiklerde verilmiştir. Her model için yapılan hesaplarda, hesaplanan değerlerin köşeye yakın noktalarda büyük olduğu, bu mesafe arttık sonra Khesap değerinin azaldığı ve köşe etki mesafesinden sonra Ka durumuna ulaştığı görülmüştür. Derinliğin artması ve zeminin rijitliğinin artmasının köşe etkisi etki mesafesine etkisi olduğu görülmüştür. In this study, Plaxis 3D Foundation V2.2 software which is a 3D finite element program is used. Moreover with the help of this software different excavation depth models constructed for 4 different type of soil structures, in order to examine the effects of the corner on displacements and lateral soil stresses. Firstly the previous studies about the effect of the corner in the excavation pits are presented. Then a brief description about 3D finite element models and theoretical soil models are given. In the last section, constructed models are analyzed and results of this analysis are evaluated according to graphics. In the analysis; 8 models are used for excavation pits with two different depths which both have 4 different type of soil structures. Moreover console which was a retaining structure was studied as well. All the models used in the analysis are contructed on a single soil layer. In the results of analysis displacements, stress and earth pressure coefficients are observed. In the analysis it is found that the displacement is maximum in the center, while it is minimum on the corners. Furthermore when stresses are observed in the models, opposite result are found which is minimum stres is found in the center while maximum stress is found on the corners, when depth is increasing in the soil. Lateral earth pressure coefficient, Kcount, is calculated by dividing the lateral soil stres by unit volume weight of the depth & soil. Kcount is calculated at varying distances from the corner for each model and each excavation elevation. Relationship of Ka and K0 is presented with the graphics in the analysis part. It is observed that values, which are calculated for each model, are greater at the corner points. Moreover Kcount is decreased when the distance is increased and it reached Ka value after the effective corner effect distance. Finally it is found that rise of depth and stiffness of the surface have impact on corner effects’ effect distance. Thesis (M.Sc.) -- İstanbul Technical University, Instıtute of Science and Technology, 2014 Tez (Yüksek Lisans) -- İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi, Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü, 2014 Yüksek Lisans M.Sc.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Nagham Ghamraoui; Diala Tabbal;
    Publisher: Avestia Publishing
  • English
    Authors: 
    Council For British Research In The Levant;
    Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

    This collection comprised research reports published by the Council for British Research in the Levant. Data in the collection has been removed at the request of the depositor and the publications are no longer available to download from the ADS. The Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that conducts, supports and promotes research in the history, culture, society and archaeology of Jordan, Israel, the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Syria, Lebanon and Cyprus. The Levant Supplementary Series is deigned to present significant new contributions to the study of the humanities and social sciences, as relevant to the countries of the Levant.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Council For British Research In The Levant;
    Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

    This collection comprised monographs published by the Council for British Research in the Levant. Data in the collection has been removed at the request of the depositor and the monographs are no longer available to download from the ADS. The Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that conducts, supports and promotes research in the history, culture, society and archaeology of Jordan, Israel, the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Syria, Lebanon and Cyprus. The Levant Supplementary Series is deigned to present significant new contributions to the study of the humanities and social sciences, as relevant to the countries of the Levant.

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  • English
    Authors: 
    Central Zagros Archaeological Project;
    Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

    This collection comprises the archive reports and core data from investigations conducted by the Central Zagros Archaeological Project between 2012 and 2017 in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. This includes images, reports, site records, spreadsheets and databases.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Oxford Archaeology (East);
    Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

    Cambridgeshire has been subject to widespread gravel (aggregates) extraction throughout the 20th century and, like much of the rest of the country, intensively since World War 2. The county is crossed by three great river valleys - the Cam, the Great Ouse and the Nene - that produced large swathes of river gravels thus creating the local resource for extraction. A considerable amount of archaeological records have been generated by this extraction activity and collectively these records provide details of human habitation and impact on the Cambridgeshire landscape from the Palaeolithic through, unbroken and often in great detail, to the modern day. An investigation of this material affords an opportunity to chronicle the landscape history of great swathes of Cambridgeshire and to contribute to both the archaeological and palaeontological records. A study by Oxford Archaeology East has been carried out as part of an Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund (ALSF) commission to identify and assess the full spectrum of archaeological records and interventions on the Cambridgeshire Gravels, and subsequently to identify the degree to which backlogs of analysis and publications exist.

  • Authors: 
    W Barnes; C B Bailey; H Fairclough; A F Holden; B W Huntsman; J P Kriel; J P Mcnamara; H K Scott; E G Walker;
    Publisher: Thomas Telford Ltd.
  • Restricted Croatian
    Authors: 
    Grgić, Katja;
    Country: Croatia

    This Bachelor Thesis describes excavators and their application in earthworks in construction of high-rise buildings. Excavators are universal machines that have constructions of different tools. Because of their diversity, they are applicable not only in construction, but in mining, agriculture and forestry. There are different excavator variants because of their shapes and sizes, those are: excavators with a high shovel, excavators with a gripping shovel, excavators with a towing shovel, multipurpose excavators and mini excavators. This Bachelor Thesis describes and lists roles in earthworks of the beforementioned excavators. Excavator tools which are important for specific works are also listed. An example of a calculation and a comparison of excavator effects is also listed. The differences in different types of excavators are also described. U završnom radu su opisani bageri te njihova primjena u zemljanim radovima pri građenju građevina visokogradnje. Bageri su univerzalni strojevi koji imaju konstrukcije različitih alata. Zbog svoje raznovrsnosti moguće ga je primijeniti ne samo u građevinarstvu nego i u rudarstvu, poljoprivredi te u šumarstvu. Razlikujemo različite vrsta bagera zbog njegovih različitih oblika i tipova, a to su: bageri s visinskom lopatom, bageri sa zahvatnom lopatom, bageri s povlačnom lopatom, bageri s dubinskom lopatom, bageri utovarivači i mini bageri. U radu su gore navedeni bageri opisani i navedena je njihova uloga u zemljanim radovima. Navedeni su i radni alati bagera koji su važni za obavljanje određenoga rada. Naveden je primjer u kojemu se izračunavaju i uspoređuju učinci bagera te se opisuju razlike svakog bagera.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Cotswold Archaeology;
    Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

    A programme of archaeological work was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in October 2011 prior to groundworks associated with a residential development at land off Crookbarrow Road, Norton, Worcestershire. Four ditches were identified (A-D), expanding on the results of the evaluation and providing a chronology for three phases of archaeological activity at the site from the mid to late Iron Age to the Roman period. Ditch A/B contained pottery dating to the mid to late Iron Age and was orientated north-east/south-west, returning to the north-west towards Crookbarrow Road and possibly defining the north-east corner of an enclosure. It had been re-cut by Ditch D, which extended beyond Ditch A/B to the north-east and contained Roman pottery broadly dating from the 1st to the 4th-centuries AD. The third phase of activity was marked by the addition of Ditch C, which provided three sides of a small, square paddock, using Ditch D as the final boundary to the north-west. The characterisation and dating of discreet features was hampered by two phases of post-Roman ridge and furrow and poor ground conditions. Four undated pits and three areas of animal poaching were recorded within the site.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Oxford Archaeology North;
    Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

    This digital archive consists of images from an archaeological excavation, undertaken by Oxford Archaeology, extending an earlier evaluation trench where archaeological remains had been encountered, at the site of a proposed housing development on the former Belle Vue Stadium, Kirkmanshulme Lane, Gorton, Manchester in 2021.

  • Publication . Master thesis . Doctoral thesis . 2014
    Open Access Turkish
    Authors: 
    Tabur, Sermet;
    Publisher: Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü
    Country: Turkey

    Çalışmada, üç boyutlu sonlu elemanlar programı olan Plaxis 3D Foundation V2.2 programı kullanılarak, dört farklı zemin tipi için farklı kazı derinliklerinde modeller oluşturulup köşe etkisinin deplasman ve yanal toprak gerilmeleri üzerindeki etkisi incelenmiştir. Konu ile ilgili çalışmalar bölümünde, konuya ilişkin gerçekleş olan çalışmalar ele alınmış ve sunulmuş, daha sonra ise üç boyutlu sonlu elemanlar çözümüne ve teorik zemin modellerine ilişkin kısa bilgiler verilmiştir. Son bölümde ise kurulan modeller analiz edilmiş, bu analizlerin sonuçları grafiksel olarak sunularak konuya ilişkin değerlendirmeler yapılmıştır. Yapılmış olan analizler için, iki farklı kazı boyutlarına sahip kazı çukurlarında dört farklı zemin tipi kullanılmış olup her zemin tipi için iki ayrı kazı derinliği olan modeller oluşturulmuştur. İksa yapısının konsol olduğu durum incelenmiştir. Analizde kullanılmış olan bütün modeller tek tabakalı zeminde kurulmuştur. Analiz sonuçlarında deplasmanlar, gerilmeler ve toprak basıncı katsayıları incelenmiştir. Yapılan analizlerde köşe noktalarında deplasmanların en düşük değerlerde olduğu, köşelerden, her iki köşeye eşit mesafede bulunan merkez noktaya doğru uzaklaşıldıkça deplasmanın arttığı ve belirli bir mesafeden sonra yakın değerlere ulaştığı görülmektedir. Gerilmeler incelendiği zaman ise en büyük gerilmelerin, köşe noktalarda oluştuğu ve köşelerden, her iki köşeye eşit mesafede olan merkez noktaya doğru gittikçe gerilmenin azaldığı ve köşe etkisi etki mesafesinden sonra da gerilmelerin bir birine yakın değerler aldığı görülmüştür. Yanal toprak gerilmelerinin, derinlik ve zeminin birim hacim ağırlığına bölünmesi ile Khesap yanal toprak basıncı katsayıları bulunmuş olup, her modelde kazı taban kotu için köşeye değişen mesafelerde hesaplanmıştır. K0 ve Ka ile ilişkisi de oluşturulmuş olan grafiklerde verilmiştir. Her model için yapılan hesaplarda, hesaplanan değerlerin köşeye yakın noktalarda büyük olduğu, bu mesafe arttık sonra Khesap değerinin azaldığı ve köşe etki mesafesinden sonra Ka durumuna ulaştığı görülmüştür. Derinliğin artması ve zeminin rijitliğinin artmasının köşe etkisi etki mesafesine etkisi olduğu görülmüştür. In this study, Plaxis 3D Foundation V2.2 software which is a 3D finite element program is used. Moreover with the help of this software different excavation depth models constructed for 4 different type of soil structures, in order to examine the effects of the corner on displacements and lateral soil stresses. Firstly the previous studies about the effect of the corner in the excavation pits are presented. Then a brief description about 3D finite element models and theoretical soil models are given. In the last section, constructed models are analyzed and results of this analysis are evaluated according to graphics. In the analysis; 8 models are used for excavation pits with two different depths which both have 4 different type of soil structures. Moreover console which was a retaining structure was studied as well. All the models used in the analysis are contructed on a single soil layer. In the results of analysis displacements, stress and earth pressure coefficients are observed. In the analysis it is found that the displacement is maximum in the center, while it is minimum on the corners. Furthermore when stresses are observed in the models, opposite result are found which is minimum stres is found in the center while maximum stress is found on the corners, when depth is increasing in the soil. Lateral earth pressure coefficient, Kcount, is calculated by dividing the lateral soil stres by unit volume weight of the depth & soil. Kcount is calculated at varying distances from the corner for each model and each excavation elevation. Relationship of Ka and K0 is presented with the graphics in the analysis part. It is observed that values, which are calculated for each model, are greater at the corner points. Moreover Kcount is decreased when the distance is increased and it reached Ka value after the effective corner effect distance. Finally it is found that rise of depth and stiffness of the surface have impact on corner effects’ effect distance. Thesis (M.Sc.) -- İstanbul Technical University, Instıtute of Science and Technology, 2014 Tez (Yüksek Lisans) -- İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi, Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü, 2014 Yüksek Lisans M.Sc.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Nagham Ghamraoui; Diala Tabbal;
    Publisher: Avestia Publishing
  • English
    Authors: 
    Council For British Research In The Levant;
    Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

    This collection comprised research reports published by the Council for British Research in the Levant. Data in the collection has been removed at the request of the depositor and the publications are no longer available to download from the ADS. The Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that conducts, supports and promotes research in the history, culture, society and archaeology of Jordan, Israel, the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Syria, Lebanon and Cyprus. The Levant Supplementary Series is deigned to present significant new contributions to the study of the humanities and social sciences, as relevant to the countries of the Levant.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Council For British Research In The Levant;
    Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

    This collection comprised monographs published by the Council for British Research in the Levant. Data in the collection has been removed at the request of the depositor and the monographs are no longer available to download from the ADS. The Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that conducts, supports and promotes research in the history, culture, society and archaeology of Jordan, Israel, the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Syria, Lebanon and Cyprus. The Levant Supplementary Series is deigned to present significant new contributions to the study of the humanities and social sciences, as relevant to the countries of the Levant.