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Publications tagged with [road tunnels]

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<p>Within the project entitled &ldquo;Models of formation and spread of fire to increase safety of road tunnels&rdquo;, it was necessary to devise a method how to record airflow velocity during the fire in situ tests in road tunnels. Project is in first year ...
Reference: MATEC Web of Conferences 117, 00035 (2017)
<p>Tunnels, constructions used to shorten transport routes and to improve road safety, are specific engineering structures where the safe operation is very important. Tunnel Traffic &amp; Operation Simulator (Simulator) was created as a solution of research ...
Reference: MATEC Web of Conferences 86, 04058 (2016)
<p>Based on CFD method, this paper conducted simulation analysis of lorry and car fires for large cross-section road tunnel. The smoke distribution feature was discussed and the corresponding results of critical ventilation velocity were also compared with ...
Reference: Geotechnical Aspects of Underground Construction in Soft Ground – Ng, Huang & Liu (eds), © 2009 Taylor & Francis Group, London
<p>The increased use of underground space for transportation systems and the increasing complexity and constraints of constructing and maintaining above ground transportation infrastructure have prompted the need to develop this technical manual. This FHWA ...
Reference: Publication No. FHWA-NHI-10-034, December 2009
 
The purpose of this manual is to provide highway and rail transit tunnel owners guidance for establishing procedures and practices for the inspection, documentation, and priority classification of deficiencies for various elements that comprise an existing ...
Reference: FHWA 2005 Edition
<p>The analytical design of rock bolt and shotcrete support of roofs of wide span tunnels under moderate cover in Sydney&rsquo;s Hawkesbury Sandstone is described. The simple process allows rapid parametric studies to be carried out prior to detailed numerical ...
Reference: Australian Geomechanics – June 2002
The focus has been on the development of a predictive tool for assessing the probable damage to buildings
Reference: Proceedings of the International Conference on the response of buildings to excavation-induced ground movements, London, United Kingdom, 17 - 18 Jul 2001