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Publications tagged with [final lining]

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<p>This paper aims to summarize all the main criteria to carry out the design and supervision of in situ concrete lining. It is shown what are the main points to make it easier the supervision. Once excavation, support and waterproofing phases are finished, ...
Reference: World Tunnel Congress 2013 Geneva, Underground the way to the future
<p>The analyses considered soil-structure interaction and an evaluation of the transverse and longitudinal effects of the design earthquake. This paper describes the seismic analyses and the design measures recommended to minimize potential adverse effects ...
Reference: North American Tunneling Conference (NAT) Conference Proceedings, 2008
<p>Tunnels lined with concrete formed on site are subject to ageing and developments that may endanger their stability, functions, safety and the required level of service. A certain number of defects are inevitably noted during or after tunnel construction. ...
Reference: AFTES Recommendations, Association Francaise Des Tunnels GT36R101
 
<p>This manual and the training course developed to accompany it are intended to provide guidance to ODOT personnel and otehr non geotechnical professionals in recognizing factors that may contriubte to tunnel problems</p>
Reference: Shannon & Wilson Inc
 
This manual provides technical criteria and guidance for the planning, design, and construction of tunnels and shafts in rock for civil works projects. Specific areas covered include geological and geotechnical explorations required, construction of tunnels ...
Reference: EM 1110-2-2901
 
<p>This second report by the ITA Working Group on General Approaches to the Design of Tunnels presents international design procedures for tunnels. In most tunnelling projects, the ground actively participates in providing stability to the opening. Therefore, ...
Reference: Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology Vol3, No3 1988