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06. August 2015

Geomechanics and Tunnelling 04/15

Cover_Geomechanics and Tunnelling_2015-04Cover story: TBM muck processing usually comprises several steps (primary crushing, main crushers, screening and grain-size classification) and usually occurs outside the tunnel. The cover shows the material management plant at Sigirino where the spoil of the Ceneri base tunnel is processed (see page 315). Photo: Alptransit AG

Table of contens:

  • Results of the European research project DRAGON
  • Direct use of excavated material in mechanized tunneling
  • Automation of rock selection and aggregate quality for reuse
  • MineralBay – the portal for raw materials and projects
  • Assessing the environmental benefits of DRAGON technology
  • Recycling of tunnel excavation material – case history Koralm Tunnel

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