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Reliability analysis of surface settlement during shield TBM tunneling
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 Title & Authors
Reliability analysis of surface settlement during shield TBM tunneling
Han, Myeong-Sik; Cho, Kuk-Hwan;
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 Abstract
This study is to evaluate the uncertainty of the soil parameters associated with the Gap parameter during shield TBM tunnel excavation of International Airport Terminal 2 connecting railway construction basic design. And This study is to evaluate the adequacy of the shield TBM design by performing a reliability analysis of the Surface settlement. In addition, By analyzing the reliability indices of the design constants and Sensitivity probability of failure to be used in designing an integer parameter Gap, and By evaluating the design constants of a great influence on the surface subsidence, it was to provide a basis for carrying out an optimum design.
 Keywords
Surface settlement;Reliability analysis;Shield TBM;Probability of failure;
 Language
Korean
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