Correction

Master Formulas and basic Rules for Tunnelling Logistics, tunnel 3/2018

In tunnel issue 3/2018 in the article “Master Formulas and basic Rules for Tunnelling Logistics” (pp. 34–43) the axis labels for two diagrams were unfortunately false. We apologise for reproducing these diagrams incorrectly and now provide you with the Figures with the correct labels:

In the legend at the vertical axis in Fig. 2 on p. 35 “accumulated transport costs [mill. €]” should read “accumulated transport requirement [mill. t-km]” (please also see Fig. above)

In the legend at the vertical axis in Fig. 4 on p. 39 “accumulated transport costs [mill. €] should read “accumulated transport...

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