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Practical tunnel construction

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Practical Tunnel Construction fills a void in the literature for a practical guide to tunnel construction. By taking the reader through a brief introduction and history to a comprehensive discussion of how the geological factors affect tunneling, the author covers the stages and technology that are common today without using complex equations.


Características

  • ISBN: 978-0-470-64197-2
  • Páginas: 432
  • Tamaño: 18x25
  • Edición:
  • Idioma: Español
  • Año: 2012

Compra bajo pedidoDisponibilidad: 15 a 30 Días

Contenido Practical tunnel construction

Practical Tunnel Construction fills a void in the literature for a practical guide to tunnel construction. By taking the reader through a brief introduction and history to a comprehensive discussion of how the geological factors affect tunneling, the author covers the stages and technology that are common today without using complex equations. Written for the individual who does not have an extensive background in tunneling but who has to make tunneling decisions, the various tunneling methods are discussed to help in the determination of the appropriate method. The methods discussed are: hand mining, drill/blast, Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM), New Austrian Tunnelling Method (NATM), Norwegian Method of Tunnelling (NMT), Roadheader, Earth Pressure Balance Machine (EPBM), and Slurry Pressure Balance Machine (SPBM). This book focuses on driven tunnels.
This versatile handbook:
Offers clear and accessible coverage of the state of the art in tunnel construction
Introduces the essentials of design and construction of many types of tunnels, including TBM, EPB, Roadheader, NATM, drill and blast, and soft ground tunneling
Provides nontechnical guidance on selecting the most appropriate tunneling methods for various situations
Includes a brief history of tunneling and an introduction to geotechnical considerations
Discusses tunnel access shaft construction, mucking methods, tunnel haulage, grout, water handling, and much more
Practical Tunnel Construction is an important resource for students, construction managers, tunnel designers, municipal engineers, or engineers who are employed by government agencies or corporations that are exploring the feasibility of planning and designing or building a tunnel.

INDICE:
1 Introduction

2 Geotechnical Considerations—Rock

Site Investigation
Borings
Obtaining Samples and Testing of Rock
Geophysics
Types of Rock
Igneous Rocks
Sedimentary Rocks
Metamorphic Rocks
Discontinuities
Folds
Fractures
Faults
Joints
Shear Zones
Hardness
Tunnel Orientation
Tunneling Under the Water Table
Rock Mass Classification
References

3 Soft Ground (Soil)

Engineering Properties
Squeezing Ground
Swelling Ground
References

4 Soft Ground Tunneling

Unitary Excavation
Full-Arch Mining
Shields
Slurry Machines
Earth Pressure Balance Machine
References

5 Tunneling In Rock

Factors Considered When Selecting Tunneling Method
Tunneling in Rock by Drilling and Blasting
Drilling
Explosives
Blasting
Tunnel Driving by Blasting
Hydraulic Impact Hammer
References

6 Roadheaders

Operating Principle
Mucking
Machine Parameters
Cutting Bits
Operational Parameters
Roadheader Cutting Capacity
Performance Prediction
Advantages of Roadheader
Roadheader Shortcomings
References

7 Tunnel-Boring Machines

History of Tunnel-Boring Machine
Channel Tunnel
Beaumont/English Machine
Operating Principle
Cutting Tools
Kerf Principle
Disc Cutter Spacing
Backup Equipment
References

8 Ground Control

Support System Objectives
Types of Rock Support
Active Support
Passive Support
References

9 Mucking and Haulage

Mucking Methods
Load–Haul–Dump Machines
Mine Trucks
Continuous Mucking Machine
Rail Transport
References
 
10 Grout

Objectives of Grouting
Geotechnical
Grouting Materials
Chemical Grout
Grouting Pressures
Stage Grouting
Backfilling
Contact Grouting
Grouting Equipment
Operating Tips
References

11 Portals and Shafts

Portals
Shafts
Locating Shafts
Shape of Shafts
Construction
Collar
Wood Sheet Piles
Steel Sheet Piles
Soldier Piles and Lagging
Ribs and Lagging
Liner Plate
Slurry Walls
Secant Piles
Ground Freezing
Drilling and Blasting
Rock Shaft Mucking and Sinking
Raise Borer
Boxhole Borer
Raise Climber
Other Mechanical Methods
Reference

12 Sprayed Concrete (Shotcrete)

Dry Mix
Wet Mix
Additives
Reinforcement
Steel Fibers
Synthetic Fibers
Welded Wire Fabric
Reinforcing Bar
Application
References

13 New Austrian Tunneling Method and Norwegian Method of Tunneling

References
14 Water Handling
Panning
Pumping
Dewatering
Deep Wells
Wellpoint
Compressed Air
Ground Freezing
Reference

15 Trenchless Excavation

Ramming
Auger Boring
Horizontal Directional Drilling
Pipejacking and Microtunneling
Drive Lengths
Types of Excavators
Box Jacking
Reference

16 Tunnel Ventilation

Introduction
Fundamentals of Air Flow
Fan Characteristic Curves
References

17 Tunnel Lining

Shotcrete
One- and Two-Pass Lining
Concrete Segments
Cast-in-Place Concrete
References
Bibliography

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