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<p>This Geoguide presents a recommended standard of good practice for rock cavern application and design in Hong Kong. The contents of this guide are derived from Scandinavian practice with suitable modifications for application in Hong Kong.</p>
Reference: Geotechnical Engineering Office, Civil Engineering Department, The Government of the Hong Kong, 1998
Details are given of the analytical methods used to design rockbolts and shotcrete support for tunnels and large span caverns under relatively low cover in the near horizontally bedded Triassic sandstones of the Sydney region.
Reference: International Journal of Rock Mechanics & Mining Sciences, Vol 39, 2002
Norwegians have a long tradition in underground work which is clearly exhibited in Oslo. Although a small (500,000 inhabitants) and fairly spacious city, with variable rock quality, the underground is utilised to a large extent. The ever increasing focus on ...
Reference: International Conference on Tunnels for the Third Millennium, Prievidza Slovakia 1996, pp. 103-114
The paper presents the method for design of primary roof support for the large todoidal cavern constructed with 7m of rock cover beneath Sydney's Royal Botanic Gardens. Design of rock reinforcement using a combination of fully grouted rock dowels.
Reference: Tunneling and Underground Space Technology, Vol 9 No. 2, pp 201-207, 1994
<p>Tunnel construction is one of the most interesting yet most diffi cult disciplines of civil engineering. It combines theory and practice to form an engineering art of its own, requiring wide-ranging knowledge and long years of experience in the fields of ...