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Development of Tunnel-Environment Monitoring System and Its Installation II -Measurement in Gumjung Tunnel-
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 Title & Authors
Development of Tunnel-Environment Monitoring System and Its Installation II -Measurement in Gumjung Tunnel-
Park, Won-Hee; Cho, Youngmin;
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 Abstract
This paper is a follow-up paper to the publication, "Development of Tunnel-Environment Monitoring System and Its Installation I - Monitoring System and Measurement in Subway Tunnel" [1]. An environment monitoring system was installed in the 20.3-km-long Gumjung tunnel, which has the general structure of a high-speed double-track railway tunnel. Data were collected for approximately one year. Monthly and daily data were obtained and analyzed for the temperature and relative humidity in summer and winter months. This paper discusses the environmental characteristics at different positions in the tunnel. The results are expected to be widely used in studies on tunnel ventilation and the improvement of air quality and thermal environments.
 Keywords
Monitoring System in Tunnel;Tunnel Environment;Temperature;Humidity;
 Language
Korean
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