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# Modern Tunneling Science and Technology

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Modern Tunneling Science and Technology book

Volume 1

# Modern Tunneling Science and Technology

DOI link for Modern Tunneling Science and Technology

Modern Tunneling Science and Technology book

Volume 1

Edited ByT. Adachi, K. Tateyama, M. Kimura

Edition 1st Edition

First Published 2001

eBook Published 25 October 2017

Pub. Location London

Imprint Routledge

Pages 628

eBook ISBN 9780203746653

Subjects Engineering & Technology

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Adachi, T., Tateyama, K., & Kimura, M. (Eds.). (2001). Modern Tunneling Science and Technology: Volume 1 (1st ed.). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.1201/9780203746653

## ABSTRACT

First Published in 2017. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an Informa company.

## TABLE OF CONTENTS

part 1|65 pages

Keynote Lectures

chapter 1|6 pages

#### Safety Aspects of the Lötschberg Railway Tunnel & Mont-Blanc Road Tunnel

ByF. Vuilleumier, A. Weatherill, Y. Trottet, B. Crausaz

chapter 3|8 pages

#### Flexible Response to Difficult Ground and Controlled Tunnelling Technology

ByH. Wagner

chapter 6|11 pages

#### Underground Space Networks in the 21st Century: New Infrastructure with Modal Shift Technology and Geotechnology

ByT. Hanamura

part 2|138 pages

1. Mechanism of tunneling

chapter 9|6 pages

#### Surface displacements due to pressure modifications induced by tunnels

ByMohamed El Tani

chapter 10|6 pages

#### Short and long-term load conditions for tunnels in low permeability ground in the framework of the convergence-confinement method

ByA. Graziani, R. Ribacchi

chapter 11|6 pages

#### 3-D FEM Analysis for Layered Rock Considering Anisotropy of Shear Strength

ByZhang Yujun, Liu Yiping, Xiong chuanyi

chapter 12|6 pages

#### A consideration on apparent cohesion of unsaturated sandy soil

ByR. Kitamura, K. Sako

chapter 13|4 pages

#### Identification of the soil parameters in the analysis of a shallow tunnel

ByC. M. C. Moreira, J. Almeida e Sousa

chapter 14|6 pages

#### A simple technique to improve the prediction of surface displacement profiles due to shallow tunnel construction

ByA. Burghignoli, A. Magliocchetti, S. Miliziano, F.M. Soccodato

chapter 15|4 pages

#### Numerical modeling of a nonlinear deformational behavior of a tunnel with shallow depth

ByS. Akutagawa, T. Kitani, K. Matsumoto, S. Mizoguchi

chapter 16|6 pages

#### Prediction of ground settlements due to tunneling in clayey soils using advanced constitutive soil models: a numerical study

ByA. Burghignoli, S. Miliziano, F.M. Soccodato

chapter 17|6 pages

#### Analysis of Three-dimensional Effect of Tunnel Face Stability on Sandy Ground with a Clay Layer by the Three-dimensional Rigid Plastic Finite Element Method

ByS. Konishi, T. Tamura

chapter 18|6 pages

#### Hydraulic conductivity change around tunnel due to excavation

ByA. Kobayashi, M. Nishida, K. Hosono, T. Fujita

chapter 19|4 pages

#### Displacement measurement in a two-dimensional tunneling experiment.

ByN. Dolzhenko, Ph. Mathieu

chapter 20|4 pages

#### Centrifugal model test on the clay arching

ByW. Binglong, Z. Shunhua, G. Quanmei, Y. Longcai

chapter 21|6 pages

#### Arching effects on the deformation of sandy ground induced by tunneling

ByT. Honda, T. Hibino, A. Takahashi, J. Kuwano

chapter 22|6 pages

#### Numerical simulation of centrifuge test of trapdoor by 3-D FEM

ByT. Adachi, F. Oka, M. Kimura, K. Kishida, M. Kikumoto, T. Takeda, F. Zhang

chapter 23|6 pages

#### Earth pressure and ground movements due to tunneling – model tests and analyses

ByT. Nakai, D. Yamaguchi, H. M. Shahin, T. Kurimoto, M. M. Farias

chapter 24|6 pages

#### Experimental study on the distribution of earth pressure through three-dimensional trapdoor tests

ByT. Adachi, M. Kimura, K. Kishida

chapter 25|5 pages

#### Behaviour of a tunnel face reinforced by bolts : Influence of the soil/bolt interface

ByD. Dias, Y. Bourdeau, R. Kastner

chapter 26|6 pages

#### 3-D energy damage model for bolted rockmass and its application in a tunnel engineering

ByQ.Y. Zhang, P.Y. Lu, W.S. Zhu

chapter 27|6 pages

#### Centrifuge model test of tunnel face reinforcement by bolting

ByH. Kamata, H. Mashimo

chapter 28|6 pages

#### Development of MGF Method Based on the Evaluation of Forepiling Supporting Mechanism

ByY. Kitamoto, K. Date, T. Yamamoto, K. Hibiya, H. Ohta

chapter 29|6 pages

#### Experimental study on tunneling in the ground with inclined layers and its simulation

ByS. H. Park, T. Adachi, M. Kimura, K. Kishida, M. Kikumoto

chapter 30|3 pages

#### Study on the strength enhancement theory of surrounding rock by bolting

ByC. Hou, N. Zhang, X. Li, P. Gou

chapter 31|6 pages

#### An experimental study on the nonuniform tunnel lining

ByN. Yingyongrattanakul, T. Adachi, K. Tateyama, M. Kurahashi

part 3|118 pages

2. Field measurements, monitoring, geophysics and site characterization

chapter 32|6 pages

#### Seismic Prospecting in Underground Excavation to Investigate the Behavior of Surrounding Bedrock

ByH. Sasao, A. Hirata, Y. Obara, K. Kaneko, M. Yamazoe, N. Nakamura

chapter 33|6 pages

#### Evaluation of the geological condition ahead of the tunnel face by geostatistical techniques using TBM driving data

ByT. Yamamoto, S. Shirasagi, S. Yamamoto, Y. Mito, K. Aoki

chapter 34|6 pages

#### Application of CSAMT monitoring method and observational construction management to mountain tunnel

ByT. Fukui, T. Hirai, T. Morioka, A. Suga, T. Matsui

chapter 35|6 pages

#### Nondestructive survey of shallow underground by electromagnetic method

ByT. Katayama, K. Ozaki, Y. Yoshizu, E. Kurata, T. Kozato, Y. Ashida

chapter 36|6 pages

#### A study on the evaluation of in-situ rock conditions by the tomographic method in tunnel geological investigations

ByS. Miki, H. Shiroma, K. Inoue, K. Nakagawa

chapter 37|6 pages

#### Systems for forward prediction of geological condition ahead of the tunnel face

ByT. Yamamoto, S. Shirasagi, M. Inou, K. Aoki

chapter 38|6 pages

#### Deep excavation in Bangkok-characterization, measurement and prediction

ByS. Shibuya, S.B. Tamrakar, T. Mitachi

chapter 39|4 pages

#### Rock response during construction of cavern station at Bagatza (Metro Bilbao)

ByJ. Madinaveitia

chapter 40|6 pages

#### Excavation monitoring of a large cross section tunnel underpassing an existing railway

ByR. Sasaki, T. Takayama, M. Tsukada, M. Kimura, S. Torii, H. Nakagaki

chapter 41|6 pages

#### Evaluation of the load on a shield tunnel lining in gravel

ByH. Mashimo, T. Ishimura

chapter 42|4 pages

#### Tunnel Convergence Measurement using Vision Metrology

ByS. Miura, S. Hattori, K. Akimoto, Y. Ohnishi

chapter 43|4 pages

#### Sequential application of several survey systems in tunnelling for ground classifications

ByM. Okamura, T. Hara, T. Kimura, K. Ishiyama, T. Hirano

chapter 44|4 pages

#### Application of Several Electric Resistivities of Rock Masses for Tunnel Supporting Design

ByM. Nakamura, H. Kusumi, E. Kondo

chapter 45|4 pages

#### Development and Application of Seismic Reflection Survey Looking Ahead of Tunnel Face using Hydraulic Impactor

ByT. Kato, H. Murayama, T. Yanai, M. Murayama, N. Shimizu

chapter 46|4 pages

#### Application of CCD Photogrammetry System to Measurement of Tunnel Wall Movement due to Parallel Tunnel Excavation

ByY. Ohnishi, H. Ohtsu, S. Nishiyama, N. Okada, T. Seya, Y. Yoshida, T. Nakai, M. Ryu

chapter 47|4 pages

#### Semi-automated tunnel measurement by vision metrology using coded-targets

ByS. Hattori, K. Akimoto, Y. Ohnishi, S. Miura

chapter 48|4 pages

#### Development of vision metrology combined with auxiliary observations for tunnel profile measurement

ByK. Akimoto, S. Hattori, S. Miura, Y. Ohnishi

chapter 49|4 pages

#### Assessment of grouting effect in rockmass using borehole jack tests

ByG. Zhang, J. Chen, S. Wang, Y. Li

chapter 50|6 pages

#### Rock stress measurement using the compact conical-ended borehole overcoring (CCBO) technique

ByY. Ishiguro, Y. Obara, K. Sugawara

chapter 51|4 pages

#### Blast Vibration Monitoring and Control of Twin Tunnels with Small Spacing

ByWu Congshi, Liu Houxiang

chapter 52|4 pages

#### The monitoring result and consideration of vertical closed tunnels

ByK. Umeda, S. Koyama, T. Omichi, H. Sakamoto, K. Okaichi

chapter 53|6 pages

#### Study on the tunnel load generation mechanism of twin tunnel

ByM. Yoshinaga, H. Kasamatsu, K. Ogawa, S. Ito, S. Azetaka, H.S. Tezuka

chapter 54|6 pages

#### Determination of the horizontal subgrade reaction coefficient for the backside of shoring systems in clayey soil

ByH. Nakamura, H. Suzuki

part 4|46 pages

Maintenance of tunnel structures

chapter 55|4 pages

#### Detection of Cracks on Tunnel Concrete Lining with Electric Conductible Paint

ByT. Okada, S. Konishi, T. Mohri, K. Tateyama

chapter 56|4 pages

#### Soundness investigation of tunnel concrete by core sampling

ByH. Saito, T. Uebayashi, N. Tasoko

chapter 57|4 pages

#### Comprehensive Safety Inspections of Sanyo Shinkansen Tunnels

ByT. Kondo, M. Ichida

chapter 58|6 pages

#### A New Non-Destructive Testing Method for Crack and Its Application to Tunnel Structure

ByT. Nakamura, N. Kawamura, Y. Hattori, K. Egawa, J. Wu

chapter 59|4 pages

#### Development of new grouting material for tunnel rehabilitation

ByT. Asakura, S. Kohno, T. Kiuchi

chapter 60|4 pages

#### A fundamental study on dynamic response of tunnel reinforcement structure for high speed railway

ByT. Kameda, T. Nishioka

chapter 61|6 pages

#### Damage to mountain tunnels by earthquake and its mechanism

ByT. Asakura, S. Matsuoka, K. Yashiro, Y. Shiba, T. ŌYa

part 5|242 pages

Design and construction of mountain tunnels

chapter 64|7 pages

#### A proposal of new rock mass classification for tunneling

ByW. Akagi, T. Ito, A. Sano, M. Shinji, T. Nishi, K. Nakagawa

chapter 65|6 pages

#### Rock mass classifications study with the neural network theory

ByP.G.C. Lins, T.B. Celestino

chapter 66|6 pages

#### Rock Support Design for Tunnelling in Nepal Himalayan region (With a Case study of Khimti I Hydropower Project, 60 MW)

ByGyanendra Lal Shrestha

chapter 67|6 pages

#### Assessment of Susceptibility of Rock Bursting in Tunnelling in Hard Rocks

ByÖ. Aydan, M. Geniş, T. Akagi, T. Kawamoto

chapter 68|6 pages

#### Design of large scale road tunnel based on the behavior of discontinuous rock mass -Ritto Tunnel-

ByY. Sakayama, H. Niida, Y. Ohnishi, Y. Tanaka, S. Inosaka

chapter 69|4 pages

#### Behavior of mountain tunnel with large cross section in earth ground

ByN. Tomisawa, T. Matsui, M. Hino

chapter 70|6 pages

#### Simplified behavior models of tunnel faces supported by shotcrete and bolts

ByL. Cosciotti, A. Lembo Fazio, D. Boldini, A. Graziani

chapter 71|6 pages

#### Simulation Analysis on Deformation of Soft Rockmass Due to Excavation of Tunnel

ByW. Zhu, S. Li, S.C. Li, Y. Zhang, S. Wang

chapter 72|6 pages

#### Behavior of tunnels built in sedimentary rocks with joints dominant in one direction

ByT. Koyama, S. Nanbu, Y. Suzuki, Y. Tasaka, K. Kudo

chapter 73|7 pages

#### Research of Observational Method on the Groundwater in the Tunnel Approach Crossing

ByY. Ohnishi, H. Ohtsu, H. Ishihara, N. Okamoto, T. Yasuda, K. Takahashi

chapter 74|6 pages

#### Main considerations on UDEC modeling of tunnel excavations and supports

ByS.G. Chen, H.L. Ong, K.H. Tan, C.E. Tan

chapter 75|6 pages

#### Analysis on Tunnel Lining Deformation and Effect of Counter-measures for Earth Pressure

ByT. Asakura, Y. Kojima, K. Yashiro, H. Shiroma, K. Wakana

chapter 77|6 pages

#### Experimental study on static behavior of road tunnel lining

ByH. Mashimo, N. Isago, H. Shiroma, K. Baba

chapter 78|6 pages

#### Applicability of steel fiber reinforced high-strength shotcrete to a squeezing tunnel

ByM. Hisatake, T. Shibuya

chapter 79|6 pages

#### Use of Electric Gradient to Increase Shotcrete Early Age Strength

ByD. A. Ferreira, T. B. Celestino

chapter 80|5 pages

#### Influence of Invert Construction Procedure on the Deformation And Internal Force of Tunnel Lining

ByZhu Hehua, Liu Xuezeng, Ye Bin, Liu Jun

chapter 81|6 pages

#### Efficient TBM Driving by Observational Construction Management

ByH. Niida, F. Kamada, T. Nishizono, H. Shigenaga, S. Mutaguti, Y. Miyajima, Y. Sawamura

chapter 82|6 pages

#### Study on the application of a large TBM to Hida Highway Tunnel

ByK. Miura, M. Kawakita, T. Yamada, N. Sano, K. Ryoke

chapter 83|6 pages

#### Constructing a Tunnel through the Embankment of National Road No. 4 Using the AGF Method

ByM. Miwa, M. Ogasawara

chapter 84|4 pages

#### Ground reinforcement for a tunnel in weathered soil layer beneath Han riverbed in Korea

ByTae. Yang, J. Woo, S. Lee

chapter 86|6 pages

#### Development of long face reinforcement method with GFRP tubes

ByY. Mitarashi, T. Matsuo, T. Okamoto, T. Tsuji, T. Haba, T. Okabe

chapter 87|6 pages

#### Study on effect and evaluation of auxiliary methods for mountain tunneling in weak ground

ByT. Fukui, T. Hirai, Y. Kawamura, S. Nishimura, Y. Mitarashi, S. Azetaka, H. Tezuka, T. Matsui

chapter 88|6 pages

#### Numerical evaluation of environmental impact on surrounding ground water by tunnel excavation

ByY. Ohnishi, H. Ohtsu, H. Okai, M. Saga, T. Nakai, K. Takahashi

chapter 89|4 pages

#### Back analysis for the bolted gate by coupling method of FEM and BEM

ByTan Yunliang, Han Xianjun, Wang Tongxu, Ma Zhitao

chapter 90|4 pages

#### Application of back analysis in assessing the stability of an Indian tunnel

ByAnil Swarup, Shinichi Akutagawa

chapter 91|4 pages

#### Predicting surface settlement at shallow tunnels using Gompertz’s curve as a stress release curve

ByT. Suzuki, T. Domon, K. Nishimura

chapter 92|6 pages

#### Deformation and stability analysis of rectangular tunnel in soft rock ground using a strain softening type elasto-plastic model

ByT. Adachi, F. Oka, T. Kodaka, J. Takato

chapter 93|6 pages

#### Study on tunnel design and construction method for New Tomei-Meishin Expressway

ByIkuo Suzuki, Hiromichi Shiroma, Tetsuo Ito, Shinobu Kaise

chapter 94|5 pages

#### Construction Work of Yamba Tunnel TBM Test Section

ByK. Takagi, M. Tsukada, Y. Watabe, H. Iizuka

chapter 96|6 pages

#### Slope failure at tunnel entrance due to excavation and its countermeasure

ByA. Yashima, A. Matsumoto, K. Tanabe

chapter 97|6 pages

#### Design and construction of tunnel through counterweight fill

ByHong-Gyu Lee, T. Suzuki, K. Ookubo

chapter 98|4 pages

#### Causes of Primary Crusher Conveyor Tunnel Failure in Sar Cheshmeh Copper Mine in Iran

ByM. M. Toufigh, M. E. Mirabedini

chapter 99|4 pages

#### Study on the construction and design method of bolting support in coal roadway

ByN. Zhang, J. Bai, J. Zhou, C. Min, S. hai

chapter 100|6 pages

#### Rapid excavation for small section tunnel using TBM

ByH. Namura, H. Imaoka, T. Takamichi, Y. Kobayashi

chapter 101|6 pages

#### The use of neurofuzzy modeling for performance prediction of tunnel boring machines

ByP.A. Bruines

chapter 102|4 pages

#### Construction of Kamosaka Tunnel by the NARAI Excavation System

ByH. Haga, N. Takahashi, S. Morishima, H. Kamiyama

chapter 103|6 pages

#### Development of low noise and vibration tunneling methods using slot by single hole continuous drilling

ByT. Noma, T. Tsuchiya

chapter 104|6 pages

#### Experimental Study on Rock Cutting by Use of Actual Size Disc Cutter with Round Tip

ByH. Takahashi, T. Sato, H. Yamanaka, K. Kaneko, K. Sugawara

chapter 105|6 pages

#### Establishment of ventilation design method for New Tomei-Meishin Expressway Tunnels

ByT. Iwasaki, K. Takekuni, T. Otsu, M. Yamada