Compendium

2018 Tunnelling Pocketbook

The Tunnelling Pocketbook is a practice-related guide for clients, designers and contractors. The current 2018 edition deals with numerous contributions referring to projects, divided up into various groups of subjects.

Conventional Tunnelling: Here a report on driving the 3.5 km long Bad Cannstatt Tunnel in leached gypsum keuper is provided as part of the major Stuttgart–Ulm project, especially with regard to undertunnelling buildings and tracks, subsidence, forecasts and measurement results.

Machines and Equipment: The advantages of the introduction of very large TBMs for soft ground are...

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