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Publications tagged with [diaphragm wall]

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<p>The performance of diaphragm walls in excavation for Shandao Temple Station of Taipei Metro is evaluated by using the concept of wall deflection path which is a plot of maximum wall deflections versus depth of excavation. Finite element analyses were performed ...
Reference: Journal of GeoEngineering, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 001-012, April 2012
After the collapse of the subway excavation in the Nicoll Highway, extensive in-situ investigations were carried out to identify causes of the accident. The results of detailed studies disclosed that lack of toe-in depth of the diaphragm wall into the stiff ...
Reference: International Symposium on Backward Problems in geotechnical Engineering TC302-Osaka 2011
<p>The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE), in particular the Geotechnical Division (GD) and the Hong Kong Geotechnical Society (HKGES) promote close collaboration with other Professional Engineers&rsquo; Institutions within the region to enhance sharing ...
Reference: Geotechnical Division, The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
<p>In the UK, assessment of the Ultimate Limit State (ULS) is to be carried out using Eurocode 7 Design Approach 1. In most cases this involves two calculations, one which primarily involves an &ldquo;action factor&rdquo; approach (Design Approach 1, Combination ...
Reference: Ground Engineering, November 2011
<p>In the paper problems related with the execution of 29m deep excavation of Nowy Swiat Station (S11) of 2nd metro line inWarsaw are discussed. In the central section,Warsaw 2nd metro line runs below the center of the city (office and housing buildings and ...
Reference: Geotechnical Aspects of Underground Construction in Soft Ground – Ng, Huang & Liu (eds), © 2009 Taylor & Francis Group, London
<p>The Tugun Bypass Tunnel in Gold Coast, Australia was constructed using diaphragm walls with the top-down cut-and-cover method to allow simultaneous construction of an airport runway extension above the tunnel, whilst excavation of the tunnel continued underneath. ...
Reference: Geotechnical Aspects of Underground Construction in Soft Ground – Ng, Huang & Liu (eds), © 2009 Taylor & Francis Group, London
<p>Embedded retaining walls commonly comprise steel sheet piling or concrete walls, built as diaphragm walls in slurry trenches or using piling methods. Since the early 20th century, sheet piling has been in common use, particularly for waterfront structures ...
Filed under: Soil Mechanics
Reference: 15th International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Istanbul, August 2001
<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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