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A study on the treatment of external water pressure for the water pressure tunnel at the structural analysis of concrete lining
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A study on the treatment of external water pressure for the water pressure tunnel at the structural analysis of concrete lining
Lee, Hyeon-Sub; Lee, Young-Joon; Seo, Seung-Woo; Hwang, Young-Chul;
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 Abstract
When the structural analysis is performed for the concrete lining of the water pressure tunnel, many parameters are considered such as relaxed ground loads, internal water pressure, external water pressure, the shrinkage of the concrete lining, grouting pressure, etc. But, there are no standards and manuals for the structural analysis for the concrete lining of the water pressure tunnel. Above all, the external water pressure has an much effect on the stability of tunnel. So, in case that permeability of ground is large, the external water pressure should be decreased by installation of weep hole, or reinforced ground by ground improvement grouting should be pressed by the external water pressure instead. But, when weep hole is installed to reduce the external water pressure, the many problems may me occurred. Thus, reasonable approach for treatment of the external water pressure is necessary if weep hole is not installed. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to analyze design cases and studies for treatment of the external water pressure in performing structural analysis for the concrete lining of the water pressure tunnel, and to find reasonable method for tunnel lining modeling which is the treatment of the external water pressure according to permeability of ground and consequently the design of ground improvement grouting.
 Keywords
Water pressure tunnel;Weep hole;Concrete lining modeling;External water pressure;Internal water pressure;
 Language
Korean
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