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Construction of semi-underground type power plant in close vicinity of existing structures. Kisetsu kozobutsu ni kinsetsu shita han chika shiki hatsudensho no seko

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Abstract

The second Akashiba power station is of a semi-underground type and located on a steep slope between the Arakawa River and a national road. Therefore, there were many such problems to be solved for its construction as safety precaution for steep slope ground including the closely located national road, underwater work for the intake and outlet works, construction of tunnel below the present water level of the river in which deluges can be expected. Very severe conditions were imposed for the plan of the retaining walls, which are required for the prevention of landslide on the national road side, because of the problems of boundaries of the site, proprietary right, etc. The plan and design were studied for 3 cases, i.e. during drilling, at regular time and at the time of earthquake occurrence. Outlines of the drilling of the power plant shaft, mucking, timbering, spraying and spring water treatment are given. In connection with the control of measurement, subjects for measurement and the result of measurement are reported. Although this construction work was carried out under very severe conditions, it was completed in August, 1990 with no serious disaster. 13 figs., 5 tabs.
Authors:
Saito, K; [1]  Suda, H; [2]  Kanazawa, S [3] 
  1. Toshiba Ceramics Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan)
  2. Nippon Koei CO. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan)
  3. Hazama-Gumi Ltd., Tokyo (Japan)
Publication Date:
Jan 30, 1991
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
NEDO-91-910658; EDB-91-090001
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Denryoku Doboku (Electric Power Civil Engineering); (Japan); Journal Volume: 230
Subject:
42 ENGINEERING; POWER PLANTS; BUILDINGS; CONSTRUCTION; UNDERGROUND; REVIEWS; SAFETY ENGINEERING; DOCUMENT TYPES; ENGINEERING; LEVELS; 422000* - Engineering- Mining & Underground Engineering- (1980-)
OSTI ID:
5807644
Country of Origin:
Japan
Language:
Japanese
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 0386-2895; CODEN: DEDOD
Submitting Site:
NEDO
Size:
Pages: 79-88
Announcement Date:
Jul 15, 1991

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Citation Formats

Saito, K, Suda, H, and Kanazawa, S. Construction of semi-underground type power plant in close vicinity of existing structures. Kisetsu kozobutsu ni kinsetsu shita han chika shiki hatsudensho no seko. Japan: N. p., 1991. Web.
Saito, K, Suda, H, & Kanazawa, S. Construction of semi-underground type power plant in close vicinity of existing structures. Kisetsu kozobutsu ni kinsetsu shita han chika shiki hatsudensho no seko. Japan.
Saito, K, Suda, H, and Kanazawa, S. 1991. "Construction of semi-underground type power plant in close vicinity of existing structures. Kisetsu kozobutsu ni kinsetsu shita han chika shiki hatsudensho no seko." Japan.
@misc{etde_5807644,
title = {Construction of semi-underground type power plant in close vicinity of existing structures. Kisetsu kozobutsu ni kinsetsu shita han chika shiki hatsudensho no seko}
author = {Saito, K, Suda, H, and Kanazawa, S}
abstractNote = {The second Akashiba power station is of a semi-underground type and located on a steep slope between the Arakawa River and a national road. Therefore, there were many such problems to be solved for its construction as safety precaution for steep slope ground including the closely located national road, underwater work for the intake and outlet works, construction of tunnel below the present water level of the river in which deluges can be expected. Very severe conditions were imposed for the plan of the retaining walls, which are required for the prevention of landslide on the national road side, because of the problems of boundaries of the site, proprietary right, etc. The plan and design were studied for 3 cases, i.e. during drilling, at regular time and at the time of earthquake occurrence. Outlines of the drilling of the power plant shaft, mucking, timbering, spraying and spring water treatment are given. In connection with the control of measurement, subjects for measurement and the result of measurement are reported. Although this construction work was carried out under very severe conditions, it was completed in August, 1990 with no serious disaster. 13 figs., 5 tabs.}
journal = {Denryoku Doboku (Electric Power Civil Engineering); (Japan)}
volume = {230}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Japan}
year = {1991}
month = {Jan}
}