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Our research employs the concept of building information modelling (BIM) in environmental impact assessment for urban deep excavation projects. BIM is a relatively new technology that facilitates better information integration and management. Many engineering ...
Reference: 2012 Proceedings of the 29th ISARC, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
In this paper, engineering geological properties of the entrance portal section of Konakönü Tunnel, located on Black Sea Coastal Highway, Turkey, is studied. Moderately weathered basaltic and andesitic tuffs orderly to be driven by the entrance ...
Reference: Scientific Research and Essays Vol. 6(31), pp. 6566-6583, 16 December, 2011
<p>The communication shows an alternative for introducing soil-structure interaction in the analysis of cut-and-cover tunnels. An uncoupled method is illustrated through two examples representative of the situations found in practice. The main features of ...
Reference: Symposium International ELU/ULS 2006
Three methods of in situ deformation modulus (Em) measurements of rock masses have been described, analysed and compared. The plate jacking (PJT) test, where the deformations are measured by extensometers in drill holes, gives generally the best results. A ...
Reference: Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology, Vol. 16, No. 3, 2001, pp. 115 - 131.
Excavation for a cut and cover highway tunnel underpass was designed and constructed using deep soil mixing in order to limit ground movements.
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<p>This publication discusses the general outline of the railway tunnel project around and below the new city hall. It explains the geotechnical engineering and construction of the retaining and supporting function of the railway tunnel wall while facing the ...
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