Tunnelling. A Decade of Progress. GeoDelft 1995-2005
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Following years of research, the first bored tunnel in soft soil in the Netherlands, the Tweede Heinenoord tunnel, was completed in 1998. Since then, Dutch engineers have increased their knowledge of soft soil tunnelling, with a significant and important part of this research being carried out by GeoDelft, the Dutch National Institute of Geo-Engineering. This book contains the most important publications by GeoDelft on the subject of soft soil tunnelling, focusing on the period from 1992 to the present, it is divided into four main headings: field measurements; grout behaviour; model testing; and numerical analysis. This impressive overview of the progress made in the Netherlands in soft soil tunnelling research over more than a decade is a valuable resource to those working in soft soil tunnelling worldwide.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Field MeasurementsIntroduction to Field MeasurementsMonitoring soft soil tunnelling in the Netherlands: an inventory of design aspects P. van den Berg, K.J. Bakker & J. RotsGround deformations due to the boring of the Second Heinenoord Tunnel E.P. van Jaarsveld, J.W. Plekkenpol & C.A. Messemaeckers van de GraafETAC two-component grout field test at Botlek rail tunnel A. Feddema, M. Möller,W.H. van der Zon &T. HashimotoPore pressures in front of tunnel, measurements, calculations and consequences forstability of tunnel face A. Bezuijen, J.P. Pruiksma & H.H. van MeertenThe influence of soil permeability on the properties of a foam mixture in a TBMA. BezuijenPressure gradients and muck properties at the face of an EPB A. Bezuijen, J.F.W. Joustra, A.M. Talmon & B. GroteIn-situ frost heave loads in artificially frozen ground for tunnellingR.H.B. Rijkers, B. Hemmen, N.M. Naaktgeboren & H.WeiglMonitoring and modelling during tunnel construction A. Bezuijen &A.M. TalmonPart 2: Grout BehaviourIntroduction to Grout BehaviourModelling the grouting process around a tunnel lining in a geotechnical centrifuge H.E. Brassinga &A. BezuijenGrout pressures around a tunnel lining A.M. Talmon, L. Aanen, A. Bezuijen &W.H. van der ZonField measurements of grout pressures during tunnelling of the Sophia Rail Tunnel A. Bezuijen, A.M. Talmon, F.J. Kaalberg & R. PluggeGrout the foundation of a bored tunnel A. Bezuijen &A.M. TalmonSimultaneous backfill grouting, pressure development in construction phase & in the long-term T. Hashimoto, T. Konda, J. Brinkman, A. Feddema &Y. KanoGrout pressures around a tunnel lining, influence of grout consolidation
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