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 ENG  Vol.12 No.6 , June 2020
Comparative Analysis of Tunnel Seepage Field under Different Waterproof and Drainage System Using Analytical Methods
Abstract: Tunnel seepage is an important factor affecting the progress and safety of tunnel construction. In this paper, the mining method tunnel construction in the water-rich weathered granite stratum is taken as the research object. Through the analytical calculation method, the distribution law of tunnel seepage field under different waterproof and drainage types is studied, and the comparative analysis is carried out. According to the analytical solution, the influencing factors of grouting parameters are proposed. The sensitivity of the tunnel seepage field to the variation of grouting parameters is analyzed. A novel waterproof and drainage system, and construction technology suitable for subway tunnels with large buried depth below groundwater level were proposed.
Cite this paper: Meye, S. and Shen, Z. (2020) Comparative Analysis of Tunnel Seepage Field under Different Waterproof and Drainage System Using Analytical Methods. Engineering, 12, 401-423. doi: 10.4236/eng.2020.126030.
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