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|’’Jaroslav Cerni’’ Institute In Charge Of Site Investigation for ’’South Stream’’ Pipeline on the Republic of Serbia Territory|
Together with its associates and co-operants, the ''Jaroslav Cerni'' Institute for the Development of Water Resources is in charge of the complex research work necessary for the development of the Preliminary and General Designs for the ''South Stream'' backbone gas pipeline on the Republic of Serbia territory.
The route of the gas pipeline ''South Stream''
The site investigation currently being performed should define the site and surrounding area characteristics including:
The route of the gas pipeline ''South Stream'' in the territory of the Republic of Serbia
The purpose of studying geotechnical conditions is to obtain results necessary for engineering and geologic analyses which, together with other types of analyses, make up the basis for the development of the preliminary and general designs of the ''South Stream'' backbone gas pipeline on Serbia's territory, including branches leading towards the Republic of Croatia and the Republic of Srpska.
Studying the hydrogeologic conditions helps define hydrogeologic characteristics of the main route and branch sites, with special attention paid to locating natural and artificial obstacles.
The complex hydrologic and hydrotechnical studies are carried out in the extent necessary for designing a plan of the pipeline's route over water obstacles, and they therefore include: collecting data from the proper Serbian institutions, conducting complex field and laboratory researches at the water crossing sites, performing meteorological and hydrologic analyses, as well as hydromorphological calculations and analyses.
The goal of the site investigation pertaining to cathodic protection is to determine geoelectric characteristics of the ground in order to produce a proper protection design important for ensuring a secure and lasting pipeline function and not endangering existing structures along the route and near the stations.
The environmental condition study primarily aims at obtaining analysis results which would enable the development of an environmental impact assessment and a survey defining aggressive environment focused on the environmental impact on the backbone pipeline and the accompanying structures.