Introduction to Tunnel Construction: Volume-3


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 Tunnelling provides a robust solution to a variety of engineering challenges. It is a complex process, which requires a firm understanding of the ground conditions as well as structural issues. This book covers the whole range of areas that you need to know in order to embark upon a career in tunnelling. It also includes a number of case studies of real tunnel projects, to demonstrate how the theory applies in practice.

The coverage includes:

  • Both hard-rock and soft-ground conditions
  • Site investigation, parameter selection, and design considerations
  • Methods of improving the stability of the ground and lining techniques
  • Descriptions of the various tunnelling techniques
  •  Health and safety considerations
  • Monitoring of tunnels during construction
Clear, concise, and heavily illustrated, this is a vital text for final-year undergraduate and MSc students and an invaluable starting point for young professionals.

Content:-
Preface
Acknowledgements and permissions
Abbreviations
Symbols
1. Introduction

2. Site investigation
5. Tunnel construction techniques
6. Health and safety, and risk management in tunnelling
7. Ground movements and monitoring
8. Case studies
Appendix A: Further information on rock mass classification
systems

Appendix B: Analytical calculation of a sprayed concrete
lining using the continuum method

References and bibliography
Index



Author Details
David Chapman is Professor of Geotechnical and Underground Engineering at the University of Birmingham, UK.

Nicole Metje is a Reader in Infrastructure Monitoring at the University of Birmingham, UK.

Alfred Stärk is Senior Tunnelling Manager with the tunnelling contractor BeMo Tunnelling GmbH, Innsbruck, Austria.






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