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Title: Strata control in tunnels and an evaluation of support units and systems currently used with a view to improving the effectiveness of support, stability and safety of tunnels.
Authors: Haile, AT
Grave, DM
Sevume, C
Le Bron, K
Keywords: SIMRAC
GAP 335
Tunnel
Strata control
Issue Date: Dec-1998
Citation: Haile, AT, et al.1998. Strata control in tunnels and an evaluation of support units and systems currently used with a view to improving the effectiveness of support, stability and safety of tunnels. Safety in Mines Research Advisory Committee, GAP 335, December, 1998, pp 1-135
Abstract: This report details a methodology for rational design of tunnel support systems based on a mechanistic evaluation of the interaction between the components of a tunnel support system and a highly discontinuous rock mass structure. This analysis is conducted under both static and dynamic loading conditions. Due to the highly complex and variable nature of the rock mass structure and the dynamic loading environment, a large component of the practical work of the evaluation of the mechanisms of rock mass deformation and support interaction is based on rock burst case studies.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1705
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