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Analysis on Surface Collapse of the Road NATM Tunnel through the Weathered Rock
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 Title & Authors
Analysis on Surface Collapse of the Road NATM Tunnel through the Weathered Rock
Shin, Eun-Chul; Yoo, Jai-Sung;
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 Abstract
The construction of the road NATM tunnel, which undergoes the weathered zone of the mountain, was in process with the reinforcement methods such as the rock bolt, shotcrete depositing, and the multi step grout with large diameter steel pipe. The collapse from the ceiling, and on the ground surface area(sink hole), of which were measured to be 25m from the ground surface($V
 Keywords
NATM;Surface collapse(Sink hole);Multi step grout with large diameter steel pipe;Core stone;
 Language
Korean
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