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Record #94406:

State of the art: tunnelling using artificially frozen ground / J.S. Harris.

Title: State of the art: tunnelling using artificially frozen ground / J.S. Harris.
Author(s): Harris, J. S.
Date: 1988.
Publisher: Rotterdam: A.A. Balkema
In: Ground freezing 88. Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Ground Freezing, Nottingham, 28-28 July 1988. (1988.), Vol. 1.
Abstract: Reviews achievements which demonstrate versatility and reliability of this technique. Main advances relate to control of heave by careful use of intermittent freezing, minimizing thaw settlement and dealing with groundwater movement, but advances in, and everyday use of, finite-element modelling computing techniques to produce thermal and structural designs are particularly significant.
Notes:

In: Ground freezing 88. Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Ground Freezing, Nottingham, 28-28 July 1988. Vol. 1. / R.H. Jones, J.T. Holden, eds.

Keywords: 624.139.62 -- Permafrost control.
624.19 -- Tunnels and tunnelling.
556.324 -- Groundwater.
E12 -- Glaciology: frozen ground / snow and ice engineering.
SPRI record no.: 94406

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