## ABSTRACT

Geotechnical Aspects of Underground Construction in Soft Ground comprises a collection of 118 papers, four reports on symposium themes, and four invited lectures presented at the seventh International Symposium on Geotechnical Aspects of Underground Construction in Soft Ground, held in Rome, Italy, 16-18 May 2011.The symposium was organized by the

## TABLE OF CONTENTS

chapter |18 pages

#### Special lectures Mexico City deep eastern drainage tunnel

M.A. Aguilar-Téllez & R. Méndez-Marroquin J.L. Rangel-Núñez M. Comulada-Simpson & U. Maidl

chapter |16 pages

#### Evaluating the effects of tunnelling on historical buildings: The example of a new subway in Rome

S. Rampello & L. Callisto F.M. Soccodato

chapter |8 pages

#### Manipulations of the sticky clays regarding EPB tunnel driving

G. Spagnoli M. Feinendegen R. Ernst

chapter |8 pages

#### Flow around a TBM: A Comparison of analytical and numerical models

A. Bezuijen F. Nagel

chapter |8 pages

#### Design of jet-grouting for tunnel waterproofing

Marcos Arroyo & Antonio Gens Paolo Croce & Giuseppe Modoni

chapter |8 pages

#### Micro-measurement and monitoring system for ageing underground infrastructure (Underground M3)

K. Soga A. Ledesma

chapter |8 pages

#### Settlement monitoring and tunnelling process adaptation—case of South Toulon tunnel

J.P. Janin, D. Daniel & R. Kastner F. Emeriault

chapter |8 pages

#### Modelling and monitoring of a urban underground excavation

A. Cantone R. Fico F. Cavuoto

chapter |8 pages

#### Aicha-Mauls on the Brenner Base Tunnel—status of the works and results

H. Quick & J. Michael K. Bergmeister

chapter |10 pages

#### A new tunnel bored in alluvial soft soil under the Malaga Airport

C.S. Oteo J. García Pérez H. Moreno

chapter |10 pages

#### Analysis of convergence data and 3D numerical modelling of tunnels excavated in fine-grained soils

P. Perazzelli & T. Rotonda D. Boldini

chapter |6 pages

#### Physical and numerical modelling of deep excavations and bored tunnels Review of Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids behaviour in the context of grouts

Sina Kazemian Arun Prasad

chapter |8 pages

#### Tunnelling-induced deformation on a masonry structure: A numerical approach

A. Amorosi D. Boldini

chapter |8 pages

#### The dynamic behavior of shield circular tunnels and surrounding granular soils during earthquakes

M. Hatambeigi Y. Pashang Pisheh

chapter |8 pages

#### Effect of pressurized grouting on anchor behavior in residual soils

Tae-Sub Kim Bo-Kyoung Sim Jong-Sun Kim

chapter |6 pages

#### Detection of imperfections in diaphragm walls with geophysical measurements

R. Spruit V. Hopman

chapter |8 pages

#### Design control and monitoring of a jet grouted excavation bottom plug

N. Eramo & G. Modoni M. Arroyo Alvarez de Toledo

chapter |8 pages

#### Dewatering tests results for underground C Line stations construction

Massimo Grisolia & Giuseppe Iorio Antonio Zechini

chapter |8 pages

#### Geotechnical design of a railway tunnel and an underground station supporting the new city hall, Delft, The Netherlands

M.J.C. Everaars, E. Kwast & C.M. Meulblok S. Delfgaauw

chapter |6 pages

#### Effect of cement on tropical peat stabilized by deep mixing method

Sina Kazemian Arun Prasad Bujang B.K. Huat

chapter |8 pages

#### Strains and failure characteristics of pyroclastic materials in deep excavation

Alessandro Lombardi & Aldo Capata

chapter |14 pages

#### Simplified numerical method for tunnel design under seismic condition: Some examples about Istanbul Metro design, Kadikoy-Kartal Line

Giuseppe Maria Gaspari, Giovanni Quaglio & Vincenza Floria

chapter |8 pages

#### FEM analyses of deep excavations and earth retaining structures in soft clay

Takao Kono & Yoshimasa Shigeno

chapter |8 pages

#### The influence of jet-grout constitutive modelling in excavation analyses

M. Ciantia M. Arroyo R. Castellanza

chapter |8 pages

#### Prediction of surface settlements induced by TBM using Artificial Neural Networks method

R. Boubou F. Emeriault

chapter |8 pages

#### Ground movements, interaction with existing structures and mitigation measures Compensation grouting: Mechanisms determining the shape of the grout body

A. Bezuijen & A.F. van Tol

chapter |6 pages

#### Compensation grouting of piled foundations to mitigate tunneling settlements

F.J. Kaalberg R.D. Essler

chapter |8 pages

#### Settlement behaviour after compensation and corrective grouting

A. Bezuijen, F.J. Kaalberg Remco Kleinlugtenbelt

chapter |8 pages

#### Prediction of the effects induced by the Metro C construction on an old masonry building

F. Buselli, A. Logarzo & S. Miliziano F. Formato

chapter |8 pages

#### Mitigation of the effects induced by shallow tunneling in urban environment: The use of ‘compensation grouting’ in the underground Line B1 works in Rome

A. Sciotti A. Desideri

chapter |8 pages

#### Jacked piles as mitigation measure of surface settlements due to tunneling in clay

M. Marchi, G. Gottardi & G. Marchi P.M. Masoli

chapter |18 pages

#### Activities of TC204 working groups Urban tunnels in soft ground: Review of current design practice

Vinicius da Mota Wedekin Richard Kastner Alain Guilloux