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Principles for Tunnel Design 20th to 21st April 2017– 2017– Kuala Lumpur Tunnel Design Philosophy Bored Tunnel, Segmental Lining Design Andreas Raedle/Dr. Leo Suhaendi Principles for Tunnel Design 20th to 21st April 2017– 2017– Kuala Lumpur Disclaimer a) The speakers are presenting their own personal views and are not expressing the view of the Foundation. b) Papers and documents displayed or handed out during the Event are copyrighted. The participants must observe and comply with all applicable law regulations concerning the copyright. Tuen Mun – Chek Lap Kok Link (Hongkong) • 3 nos. 14m dia. TBM, and 1 no. 17.6m dia. TBM (biggest TBM of the world) • Mix-Shield TBM with very shallow overburden • Approximately 4.17km sub-sea bored tunnels • Varying geology of marine deposits and alluvium Principles for Tunnel Design Tunnel Design Philosophy, Segmental Lining Design 20th to 21st April 2017– Kuala Lumpur Andreas Raedle/Dr. Leo Suhaendi Road Tunnel, Airport Link, (Brisbane, Australia) • 12.8km of Underground Mined Tunnels • Twin EPB TBM in Soft Rock and Hard Rock • 12.48 m TBM Excavation Diameter • 11.34 m Internal Diameter • SFRC Segmental Lining – At time of construction – Biggest SFRC Lining in the world • Precast Invert Units and side planks, installed 80 m behind face Principles for Tunnel Design Tunnel Design Philosophy, Segmental Lining Design 20th to 21st April 2017– Kuala Lumpur Andreas Raedle/Dr. Leo Suhaendi Istanbul Strait Road Crossing (Turkey) • 13.66 m diameter Mix-Shield TBM • Tunnelling under high hydrostatic pressure; ~10 bar underneath Bosporus • State of the art accessible cutter head technology (400 discs) • 4 Hyberbaric interventions with up to 12 bar pressure (Saturation Divers usage for repair works on Stonecrusher) Principles for Tunnel Design Tunnel Design Philosophy, Segmental Lining Design 20th to 21st April 2017– Kuala Lumpur Andreas Raedle/Dr. Leo Suhaendi Road Tunnel, SR-99 Alaskan Way Viaduct (America) • 17.5 m TBM diameter • EPB TBM • 15.85 m internal diameter • Two 3.35 m traffic lanes in each direction with a 2.45 m shoulder Principles for Tunnel Design Tunnel Design Philosophy, Segmental Lining Design 20th to 21st April 2017– Kuala Lumpur Andreas Raedle/Dr. Leo Suhaendi SMART Tunnel (Malaysia) • 13.26 m TBM diameter • 9.7 km long tunnel • Mixshield TBM • Double-deck motorway with water channel at the invert. The tunnel will be converted from motorway tunnel into water tunnel in the event of flood. Principles for Tunnel Design Tunnel Design Philosophy, Segmental Lining Design 20th to 21st April 2017– Kuala Lumpur Andreas Raedle/Dr. Leo Suhaendi Klang Valley MRT (Malaysia) • 5.8 m Internal diameter • 9.5km (SBK) and 13.5 km (SSP) long twin tunnels • Variable-density TBM Principles for Tunnel Design Tunnel Design Philosophy, Segmental Lining Design 20th to 21st April 2017– Kuala Lumpur Andreas Raedle/Dr. Leo Suhaendi Tunnel Design Philosophy Segmental Lining Design Introduction Some Conceptual Questions Terminology Why do you want one? How big should it be? Materials? How do I design a segment Codes & Client Requirements Section Design Joint Design Watertightness Assembly Systems Principles for Tunnel Design Tunnel Design Philosophy, Segmental Lining Design 20th to 21st April 2017– Kuala Lumpur Andreas Raedle/Dr. Leo Suhaendi What is a segmental lining? Principles for Tunnel Design Tunnel Design Philosophy, Segmental Lining Design 20th to 21st April 2017– Kuala Lumpur Andreas Raedle/Dr. Leo Suhaendi Segment Terminology Radial Longitudinal Circle Circumferential Principles for Tunnel Design Tunnel Design Philosophy, Segmental Lining Design 20th to 21st April 2017– Kuala Lumpur Andreas Raedle/Dr. Leo Suhaendi Why would I want one? Three inter-related issues: • Excavation Method (Tunnel Boring Machine); • Ground Conditions; • Ground Movement induced; Why would I not want one? • When the ground supports itself; • When you want to do things cheaply; • When geometry is getting complex; Principles for Tunnel Design Tunnel Design Philosophy, Segmental Lining Design 20th to 21st April 2017– Kuala Lumpur Andreas Raedle/Dr. Leo Suhaendi How big does it need to be? The tunnel must be sufficiently sized to accommodate: • All operational envelope requirements • Include prov

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