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# Modern Tunneling Science and Technology

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# Modern Tunneling Science and Technology

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Modern Tunneling Science and Technology book

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

Edition 1st Edition

First Published 2001

eBook Published 8 October 2020

Pub. Location London

Imprint CRC Press

Pages 604

eBook ISBN 9781003077534

Subjects Engineering & Technology

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Adachi, T., Tateyama, K., & Kimura, M. (Eds.). (2001). Modern Tunneling Science and Technology (1st ed.). A.A. Balkema Publishers. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781003077534

## ABSTRACT

This book introduces the latest frontier of the tunneling science and technology in Japan. It contains a collection of 175 papers presented at the International Symposium on Modern Tunneling Science and Technology held in Kyoto, 2001.

## TABLE OF CONTENTS

part 5|386 pages

Design and construction of urban tunnels

chapter |6 pages

#### Dangerous Gap between Theory and Practice in Earth Pressure Balance Shield Tunneling in Japan

ByK. Kimura

chapter |6 pages

#### Blow-out pressures measured in a centrifuge model and in the field

ByAdam Bezuijen, Henk E. Brassinga

chapter |4 pages

#### Numerical Analysis of a Shield Driven Tunnel in Lisbon

ByL. M. Ribeiro e Sousa, U. Arslan, R. Katzenbach, G. Festag, K. Dölz

chapter |6 pages

#### Time-dependant infiltration and groundwater flow in a face stability analysis

ByW. Broere, A.F. van Tol

chapter |6 pages

#### Three dimensional numerical simulation of tunnelling

ByJ.A.M. Teunissen, J. Brinkman, P.S. Jovanovic

chapter |6 pages

#### Simulation of shield behaviour at start to use copy cutter

ByM. Sugimoto, A. Sramoon, Y. Satou, S. Konishi

chapter |6 pages

#### Planning for shield driven double track subway tunnel of box shape

ByH. Nakamura, M. Furukawa, N. Yamaguchi, S. Mizota

chapter |4 pages

#### Using 3D FEM models for predicting damage during assembling of shield driven tunnel lining of the Green Heart Tunnel

ByW.L. Leendertse, P.S. Jovanovic, C.B.M. Blom

chapter |6 pages

#### Development of a precast concrete lining technique using prestressed concrete structures

ByK. Nishikawa, M. Yasuda, M. Sugimoto, J. Kondo

chapter |6 pages

#### Structural characteristics and design method of in-situ steel framed concrete liner

ByH. Okubo, S. Nishizawa, N. Kondo, T. Hamada, Y. Suzuki

chapter |6 pages

#### Structural performance test on hybrid segments of the “double-O-tube” shield tunnel

ByT. Watanabe, K. Mizuguchi, T. Waki, K. Kohge, E. Saito, T. Sasaya, T. Okumatsu

chapter |6 pages

#### Numerical and analytical modelling of the seismic behaviour of shallow tunnels

ByJ.V. Lemos, A. Vieira, L.R. Sousa, N. Fotieva, A. Sammal, N. Bulychev, S. Antziferov

chapter |6 pages

#### Study on large section shield tunneling for practical use

ByY. Sakayama, T. Kodama, A. Sunami, T. Hashimoto

chapter |6 pages

#### The new technologies of constructing the shield tunnel for the power cable in Osaka

ByK. Umeda, S. Koyama, H. Tomioka

chapter |6 pages

#### Construction of urban expressway tunnel with special large cross section by NATM –Metropolitan Inter-City Highway (Ken-O-Do) Ome Tunnel–

ByK. Haruyama, S. Teramoto, H. Harada, M. Mori

chapter |6 pages

#### Analysis of a large underground station in the Lisbon Metro and its interaction with nearby structures

ByA. Vieira, L.R. Sousa, J. Barreto

chapter |6 pages

#### Planning of Construction of Metro Station below the heavily built up area in Delhi.

ByM. Singh, K. Nayan

chapter |6 pages

#### Countermeasures for Surface Settlement in Constructing Shallow Overburden Urban Tunnels Penetrated through Active Fault

ByH. Sekimoto, Y. Kameoka, H. Takehara

chapter |6 pages

#### Analysis of the behaviour of an old railway tunnel due to the construction of a Lisbon Metro tunnel

ByJ.V. Lemos, L.R. Sousa, F. Pinto

chapter |5 pages

#### Engineering project of removing obstacles using new freezing technologies

ByT. Deguchi, T. Kamata, T. Shibata, Y. Kitahama, H. Fukumoto, T. Konda

chapter |6 pages

#### Experimental Study on Seismic Performance of Corner Part in New Composite Tunnel Structure

ByT. Hirose, F. Hakamada, K. Ono, Y. Hishiki

chapter |6 pages

#### Diaphragm wall stability during excavation in alluvial sand deposit

ByK. Takagi, T. Hosoi, H. Akagi

chapter |6 pages

#### A new urban tunnelling method adopted to the soft ground with high groundwater level

ByT. Itoh, T. Isozaki, M. Iwata, K. Oniki, K. Fujimoto

chapter |6 pages

#### New pre-support method using pipe roof by semi-shield and chemical grouting for shirasu fill

ByY. Matsumoto, N. Kurose, T. Inoue, M. Kurazono, K. Nodomi

chapter |6 pages

#### Behavior and Effect of Pre-lining in tunnel construction

ByM. Maeda, S. Kenmochi, Y. Yamaguchi, K. Kagawa

chapter |6 pages

#### Laboratory investigation of the behavior of tunnel face reinforced with longitudinal pipes

ByChungsik Yoo, Ki-Ho Yang

chapter |6 pages

#### Evaluation of a measure taken for controlling subsidence for a large-scale double deck tunnel at shallow depth

ByK. Haruyama, K. Taira, K. Tanaka, S. Morikawa, T. Namikawa, K. Hibiya, S. Akutagawa

chapter |6 pages

#### Design and construction of a steep incline for entrance staircase of subway station

ByK. Kashio, S. Yamamoto, T. Kobayashi, T. Matsuo

chapter |6 pages

#### Influence of Neighboring Construction of Shield Tunnel on the Existing Structure by Two-Dimensional Model Test

ByS. Sugimoto, H. Ochiai, N. Yasufuku, K. Omine, H. Imanishi

chapter |4 pages

#### Unified design method of urban NATM and shield tunneling method

ByY. Nagayama, Y. Okabe, S. Sakurai

chapter |4 pages

#### Design, Construction and Monitored Behavior of Urban Tunnels under Existing Railways

ByM. Kobayashi, S. Seki, I. Iwamura, H. Nagai

chapter |4 pages

#### Ground Measurement and Prediction with Large Shield Tunnelling Adjacent to Shinkan-sen Track

ByY. Sato, T. Hattori, T. Kawabata, Y. Sugano, K. Hamaguchi, Y. Araragi

chapter |6 pages

#### Pore pressures in front of tunnel, measurements, calculations and consequences for stability of tunnel face

ByAdam Bezuijen, Jitse P. Pruiksma, Hans H. van Meerten

chapter |4 pages

#### Evaluation of stress released ratio and ground deformation due to shield tunneling in sandy and gravelly ground

ByT. Hashimoto, J. Nagaya, T. Konda

chapter |7 pages

#### ETAC two-component grout field test at Botlek rail tunnel

ByA. Feddema, M. Möller, W.H. van der Zon, T. Hashimoto

chapter |6 pages

#### Grout pressures around a tunnel lining

ByA.M. Talmon, L. Aanen, A. Bezuijen, W.H. van der Zon

chapter |6 pages

#### Application of Soil-cutting Model to Slurry Shield Tunnelling Machine

ByJisong He, W.J. Vlasblom

chapter |5 pages

#### New method of underground structures using multi elements for non-open cut constructions

ByT. Masuda, A. Watanabe, T. Nagao

chapter |4 pages

#### Strategy and results of calibration for complex 3D finite element models for tunnel linings in soft soils

ByC. van der Vliet, A. de Boer, C.B.M. Blom, P.L.M. Ros

chapter |6 pages

#### Bending behavior of flat-type RC segment with large width taking into account the splice effect

ByD. Yuan, Y. Kimura, A. Takano, A. Koizumi

chapter |6 pages

#### Capacity of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete for Extruded Concrete Lining Method

ByH. Kawaguchi, Y. Nagasawa, M. Kurita, M. Watanabe

chapter |6 pages

#### Development of a segment with steel-pipe-inserted joints

ByM. Katou, T. Kawamoto, A. Minezaki, A. Imoto

chapter |4 pages

#### Reasonable design method of shield tunnel lining under internal water pressure

ByN. Okano, S. Konishi, K. Kobayashi, A. Koenuma, K. Ohishi, A. Dan

chapter |5 pages

#### Internal forces analysis on non-axially symmetrically pipe slices with different rigidities in the joint for the shield tunnel

ByG. Quanmei, Z. Shunhua, W. Binglong

chapter |4 pages

#### Development of High-performance Shield Tunneling System using Honey-comb Segmental Lining

ByHideaki Katayama, Yoshihisa Nawa, Shozou Sakurai, Shigeki Kinoshita

chapter |4 pages

#### Application of Wing Segments to Construct the Kuwana Cable Tunnel

ByI. Oe, S. Yamauchi, K. Mito, M. Nomoto, H. Katayama, Y. Nawa

chapter |4 pages

#### Development of an effective secondary tunnel lining method

ByY. Matsunami, S. Date, H. Hashimoto, K. Aizato

chapter |6 pages

#### Soil Disturbance Extent Due to EPB Tunnelling in Shanghai Soft Clay

ByY.F. Xu, H. Matsuoka, D.A. Sun

chapter |6 pages

#### Predicted Ground Displacement for the First MRTA Subway in Bangkok Subsoils

ByW. Teparaksa

chapter |6 pages

#### Stability & Settlement due to Bored Tunnelling for Singapore LTA

ByC. Izumi, A. Norrish

chapter |6 pages

#### Possibility of Long Distance and High Speed Construction in Shield Tunneling Method –Case Study on Undersea Tunnel Project in Osaka Bay–

ByT. Adachi, T. Hashimoto, K. Tateyama, N. Fukazawa

chapter |6 pages

#### Concept of the DPLEX shield method and applicability of the method to large-diameter shields for long-distance excavation

ByN. Kondo, K. Okubo

chapter |6 pages

#### Challenge to cylindrical enlargement of shield machines and underground docking

ByK. Takahashi, N. Fukazawa

chapter |6 pages

#### Mechanical connection for enlarging and docking of parent-child machines

ByM. Ichino, H. Seiji, H. Tomabechi, K. Saiki, N. Okamura, Y. Shimizu

chapter |4 pages

#### Construction of a T-type cable route using the branch shield method

ByA. Iso, T. Watanabe, M. Hirota, S. Koyama, K. Watanabe

chapter |6 pages

#### The report on the construction of large section tunnel by the MMST method

ByK. Mori, M. Ukegawa, Y. Abe, Y. Yamanaka

chapter |6 pages

#### Simulation of the EPB-shield TBM in model tests with foam as additive

ByAdam Bezuijen, Paul E. L. Schaminée

chapter |6 pages

#### A proposed method for predicting ground response induced by multi-excavation technique

ByI.J. Maulidya, T. Domon, K. Nishimura

chapter |5 pages

#### Seismic Design of Large-scale Cut and Cover Tunnel

ByY. Adachi, Y. Fujii, H. Ishizaki

chapter |6 pages

#### Optimization of soil improvement for seismic isolation design of urban tunnels

ByK. Kojima, A. Kawabata

chapter |6 pages

#### Behavior of retaining walls and adjacent structures during braced excavation

ByN. Morioka, K. Tanaka, H. Ito

chapter |4 pages

#### Lubrication and soil conditioning for pipejacking and tunnelling in clays

ByA.S. Merritt, R.J. Mair

chapter |4 pages

#### Tunnel lining with an arching structure constructed by soilbags

ByH. Matsuoka, S.H. Liu, T. Kubo, Y. Yokota

chapter |6 pages

#### Experimental study on stability of the pre-cast concrete tunnel

ByT. Adachi, M. Kimura, K. Kishida, R. Samejima

chapter |6 pages

#### Centrifuge model tests on stability of pre-cast panel made tunnel during and after construction

ByN. Irie, Y. Taira, A. Takahashi, O. Kusakabe

part 6|54 pages

Design and construction of underground space

chapter |6 pages

#### Development and Application of the Large-Section Shallow Tunneling Methods

ByT. Yasuda, T. Tamura, T. Hashimoto

chapter |6 pages

#### A study on historical value evaluation, preservation and utilization of MINATOGAWA ZUIDOU ( EGEYAMA tunnel)

ByR. Sasaki, T. Yasuda, K. Takagi

chapter |4 pages

#### A trial of the underground space use evaluation

ByTadashi Tanaka, Junji Nishi, Takafumi Seiki, Kenji Okuyama

chapter |6 pages

#### The Development of Underground Space Utilization in Japan underground or aboveground —in Case of Parking lot

ByJunji Nishi, Tadashi Tanaka, Sadaharu Ikenoue, Takafumi Seiki

chapter |6 pages

#### Use of underground spaces and their flood at the central urban area

ByT. Chishaki, Y. Kajita, O. Itikawa, H. Nakamura

chapter |6 pages

#### Application of MBC analysis for support design of underground cavern

ByK. Hibiya, T. Mori, S. Morikawa, K. Tabei, N. Goto, H. Horii, H. Yoshida

chapter |6 pages

#### Evaluation of the loosened zone on excavation of the large underground rock cavern

ByT. Maejima, H. Morioka, T. Mori, K. Aoki

chapter |6 pages

#### Rock behavior during underground cavern excavation

ByT. Yoshida, Y. Hirakawa, S. Mori

part |147 pages

The State of Art of “Tunneling in Japan”

chapter |8 pages

#### Seismic Imaging Technique for Looking Ahead of the Tunnel Face Using 3-Component Receivers

ByY. Ashida

chapter |26 pages

#### Maintenance of Tunnels

ByToshihiro Asakura, Yoshiyuki Kojima, Shigeru Onoda, Hiromichi Shiroma, Ichiro Suzuki

chapter |24 pages

#### Back analysis for observational methods in tunneling engineering

ByShunsuke Sakurai, Shinichi Akutagawa, Kunifumi Takeuchi, Masato Shinji, Norikazu Shimizu