Norway

ITA-CET Training Course during WTC 2017

Young professionals and students from all over the world were invited by the ITA-CET Committee and the ITACET Foundation to join the Training Course, June 9–10, 2017. The annual event was organized as part of the World Tunnel Congress in Bergen, Norway.

Hard Rock and Soft Ground Tunnelling

Tunnelling in Norway is dominated by typical hard rock conditions and unlined tunnels supported with sprayed concrete and rock bolts as the prime rock support methods. Despite this, hard rock tunnelling has experienced soft ground in weak zones in between the surrounding hard rock. Moreover, there is a global...

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