Numerical Simulation of Phases Digging a Tunnel

Noura Boucerredj(1*), Mouloud Belachia(2)

(1) Dept of Civil Engineering, University 20 août 1955 of Skikda, B. P. 26 Rue el-hadeik, Skikda 21000, Algeria
(2) Dept of Civil Engineering, University 20 août 1955 of Skikda, B. P. 26 Rue el-hadeik, Skikda 21000, Algeria
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Abstract


During construction of a tunnel in urban areas, engineers are faced with a difficult problem for the control of landslides induced by widening that may affect the stability of existing structures. A good estimate of these landslides is necessary. This work is a contribution to numerical study of ground movements, related to a shallow tunnel construction in a coherent medium specially the deconfining and reconfining cycles due to the boring of a tunnel corresponding to real phases of realisation work
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Keywords


Boring; Numerical Simulation; Elastoplastic; Deconfining; Reconfining; Shallow Tunnel; Bolting

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