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28. February 2021

Journal Geomechanics and Tunnelling 1/21 published

Cover picture:

geomechanics_and_tunnelling_1-2021_coverThe Pflaurenz Tunnel, which is roughly 1 km long, is being built to provide a bypass which relieves pressure on the St. Lorenzen municipality in South Tirol. Half of the tunnel (approx. 417 m) passes through loose rock and was driven by excavators. To provide advance support, the innovative AT – Pipe Umbrella System with 139 [mm] squeezed connection developed by DSI Underground was successfully used in the loose rock sections of the Pflaurenz Tunnel to quickly and safely connect the tubes when driving the tunnel. (photo DSI Underground)

Table of Contents Journal Geomechanics and Tunnelling 1/2021

  • Long-term monitoring of tunnel linings using fibre optic sensing
  • Long-term monitoring of railway tunnels
  • Scale-oriented landslide monitoring and early warning system
  • Monitoring system in challenging operating conditions
  • Standards for geotechnical monitoring and instrumentation
  • Risk assessment of route alternatives
  • Settlements caused by mechanised tunnelling in hard rock

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