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A Study of Shield TBM Tunnelling-induced Volume Loss Estimation Considering Shield Machine Configurations and Driving Data
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  • Journal title : Tunnel and Underground Space
  • Volume 25, Issue 5,  2015, pp.397-407
  • Publisher : Korean Society for Rock Mechanics
  • DOI : 10.7474/TUS.2015.25.5.397
 Title & Authors
A Study of Shield TBM Tunnelling-induced Volume Loss Estimation Considering Shield Machine Configurations and Driving Data
Park, Hyunku; Chang, Seokbue; Lee, Seungbok;
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 Abstract
Estimation of shield TBM tunnelling-induced volume loss is of great importance for ground settlement control. This study proposed a simple method for evaluation of volume loss during TBM tunnlling, which is able to take into account of shield machine configurations and main driving data in calculation. The method was applied to analyze the tunnelling cases with earth pressure balanced and slurry pressure balanced shiled TBM, and mostly, reasonable agreements with monitoring results were found. Additional discussions were made for some disagreements.
 Keywords
Volume loss;Shield TBM;EPB TBM;SPB TBM;Tunnelling;
 Language
Korean
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