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Published by Tapir in Trondheim, Norway .
Written in English

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SeriesPublication- Norwegian Soil and Rock Engineering Association -- no 7
ContributionsNorwegian Soil and Rock Engineering Association.
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Open LibraryOL17387090M

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The only modern guide to all aspects of practical tunnel construction. Practical Tunnel Construction fills a void in the literature for a practical guide to tunnel construction. By taking the reader through a brief introduction and history to a comprehensive discussion of how the geological factors affect tunneling, the author covers the stages and technology that are common today without /5(3). The code is put together by the International Tunnelling Insurance Group (ITIG), which comprises representatives from insurance companies, the tunnelling industry and other industry bodies including the International Tunnelling Association (ITA), British Tunnelling Society (BTS) and International Association of Engineering Insurers (IMIA). norwegian tunnelling methods This article reports four presentations and the subsequent discussion at a meeting on Norwegian tunnelling methods held in March T Skjeggedal introduced the project for designing and constructing a 61m span cavern at Gjoevik, Norway, for the 17th Winter Olympic Games. After 43 weeks’ tunnelling, the TBM holed through on April 22 into a water-filled receiving pit on the Sinai peninsula east of the Suez Canal. The 13m-diameter machine has excavated a total of 3,m through mainly sound geology comprising very hard, cohesive clay of high shear strength and low permeability.