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Tunnel induced deformation of strata and formation of surface settlement trought during construction process

Authors:
M. A. Karasev
About authors
  • Saint Petersburg State Mining Institute (Technical University)
Date submitted:
2010-08-18
Date accepted:
2010-10-22
Date published:
2011-02-01

Abstract

Analysis of tunnel induced settlement due to tunnel development with a help of TBM is given in current article. Surface settlement trough and settlement profile in longitudinal and transverse directions is shown below. A brief analysis of semi-empirical method of tunnel induced settlement calculation and determination of strains around excavation is given. Volume loss is given based on the in-situ observation.

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