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A research on the excavation, support, and environment control of large scale underground space

Abstract

With the growing necessity of the underground space due to the deficiency of above-ground space, the size and shape of underground structures tend to be complex and diverse. This complexity and variety force the development of new techniques for rock mass classification, excavation and supporting of underground space, monitoring and control of underground environment. All these techniques should be applied together to make the underground space comfortable. To achieve this, efforts have been made on 5 different areas; research on the underground space design and stability analysis, research on the techniques for excavation of rock by controlled blasting, research on the development of monitoring system to forecast the rock behaviour of underground space, research on the environment inspection system in closed space, and research on dynamic analysis of the airflow and environmental control in the large geos-spaces. The 5 main achievements are improvement of the existing structure analysis program(EXCRACK) to consider the deformation and failure characteristics of rock joints, development of new blasting design (SK-cut), prediction of ground vibration through the newly proposed wave propagation equation, development and In-Situ application of rock mass deformation monitoring system and data acquisition software, and trial manufacture of the environment inspection system in closed  More>>
Authors:
Kang, Pil Chong; Kwon, Kwang Soo; Jeong, So Keul [1] 
  1. Korea Institute of Geology Mining and Materials, Taejon (Korea, Republic of)
Publication Date:
Dec 01, 1995
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
KR-95-T-8
Reference Number:
SCA: 422000; PA: KR-96:000339; EDB-96:121994; NTS-97:004268; SN: 96001629567
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: Dec 1995
Subject:
42 ENGINEERING NOT INCLUDED IN OTHER CATEGORIES; UNDERGROUND SPACE; ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING; SUPPORTS; SUBSURFACE STRUCTURES; GEOLOGIC FISSURES; UNDERGROUND EXPLOSIONS; GROUND MOTION; WAVE EQUATIONS; STABILITY; EXCAVATION
OSTI ID:
267526
Research Organizations:
Korean Ministry of Science and Technology (Korea, Republic of)
Country of Origin:
Korea, Republic of
Language:
Korean
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE96768117; TRN: KR9600339
Availability:
OSTI as DE96768117
Submitting Site:
KR
Size:
556 p.
Announcement Date:

Citation Formats

Kang, Pil Chong, Kwon, Kwang Soo, and Jeong, So Keul. A research on the excavation, support, and environment control of large scale underground space. Korea, Republic of: N. p., 1995. Web.
Kang, Pil Chong, Kwon, Kwang Soo, & Jeong, So Keul. A research on the excavation, support, and environment control of large scale underground space. Korea, Republic of.
Kang, Pil Chong, Kwon, Kwang Soo, and Jeong, So Keul. 1995. "A research on the excavation, support, and environment control of large scale underground space." Korea, Republic of.
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title = {A research on the excavation, support, and environment control of large scale underground space}
author = {Kang, Pil Chong, Kwon, Kwang Soo, and Jeong, So Keul}
abstractNote = {With the growing necessity of the underground space due to the deficiency of above-ground space, the size and shape of underground structures tend to be complex and diverse. This complexity and variety force the development of new techniques for rock mass classification, excavation and supporting of underground space, monitoring and control of underground environment. All these techniques should be applied together to make the underground space comfortable. To achieve this, efforts have been made on 5 different areas; research on the underground space design and stability analysis, research on the techniques for excavation of rock by controlled blasting, research on the development of monitoring system to forecast the rock behaviour of underground space, research on the environment inspection system in closed space, and research on dynamic analysis of the airflow and environmental control in the large geos-spaces. The 5 main achievements are improvement of the existing structure analysis program(EXCRACK) to consider the deformation and failure characteristics of rock joints, development of new blasting design (SK-cut), prediction of ground vibration through the newly proposed wave propagation equation, development and In-Situ application of rock mass deformation monitoring system and data acquisition software, and trial manufacture of the environment inspection system in closed space. Should these techniques be applied to the development of underground space, prevention of industrial disaster, cut down of construction cost, domestication of monitoring system, improvement of tunnel stability, curtailment of royalty, upgrade of domestic technologies will be brought forth. (Abstract Truncated)}
place = {Korea, Republic of}
year = {1995}
month = {Dec}
}