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A Basic Study on the Prediction of Collapse of Tunnels Using Artificial Neural Network
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 Title & Authors
A Basic Study on the Prediction of Collapse of Tunnels Using Artificial Neural Network
Kim, Hong-Heum; Lim, Heui-Dae;
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 Abstract
Collapse of a tunnel can occur anytime, anywhere due to the special characteristics of tunnel structures and unexpected geological conditions during construction. Tunnel collapse will lead to economic losses and casualties. So various studies are continually being conducted to prevent economic losses, casualties and accidents. In this study, we analyzed data from 56 domestic construction tunnel collapse sites, and input factors to be applied to the artificial neural network were selected by the sensitivity analysis. And for the artificial neural network model design studies were carried out with the selected input factors and optimized ANN model to predict the type of tunnel collapse was determined. By using it, in 12 sites where tunnel collapse occurred applicability evaluation was conducted. Thus, the tunnel collapse type predictability was verified. These results will be able to be used as basic data for preventing and reinforcing collapse in the tunnel construction site.
 Keywords
Collapse;Tunnel;ANN (Artificial neural network);Sensitivity analysis;Training;
 Language
Korean
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