Rapid Excavation and Tunneling Conference: 2007 Proceedings

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The RETC conference continues to advance the tunneling industry by encouraging attendees from around the world to share their experiences, successes, challenges, and valuable lessons learned. The papers from the successful conference are contained in the 1344-page hardbound volume and on the enclosed CD. They provide excellent technical content and vaired case histories from some of the most difficult tunneling projects on the drawing board and under construction. Call SME customer service for availability of proceedings from previous RETC meetings.
 

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16TBM Case Studies
6
Cracking the CodeAssessing Implementation in the United States
12
NATM Design for Stanford LINAC Coherent Light Source Tunnels
21
New York Subway Stations and Crossover CavernsUpdate
32
Risk Management in ActionControlling Difficult Ground by Innovation
44
Tunneling Alternatives for Subway Connection in Downtown Chicago
56
Design and Planning of Underground Projects II
69
Groundwater Control for TwoPass Soft Ground Tunneling Cary Hirner
80
Planning and Design of the A3 Hindhead Tunnel Surrey
673
Planning and Design of the Bay Tunnel R John Caulfield
685
Pressurized Face Tunneling I
703
Construction of the Sacramento River Tunnels on the Lower Northwest
741
Factors in the Variability of Measured Surface Settlements over
757
The Madrid Renewal Inner Ring Calle 30 with the Largest
769
Pressurized Face Tunneling II
783
Planning and Construction of the Metro Gold Line Eastside Extension
808

New Crystal Springs Bypass Polhemus TunnelDesign Challenges
91
New Test Methodology for Estimating the Abrasiveness of Soils
104
Outline Design and Construction of the 10 km 6 25 mile Croydon
117
Difficult Ground Conditions I
147
Forensics of Difficult Ground Conditions Leading to Advanced Solutions
160
Gas Mitigation in the Mill Creek Tunnel M Schafer R Pintabona
168
Inner City Slurry TunnelingProject ASDAM Antwerp Belgium
176
The Sir Adam Beck II Intake TunnelsHomage to the Builders
185
Support of the Leipzig CityTunnel Extension Using a TieBack
197
Difficult Ground Conditions II
207
Focus on Canada
287
Geotechnical and Ground Improvements
345
Moving
360
Innovative Retaining Wall with Jet Grout for New Metro Tunnel
369
Monitoring Used as an Alarm System in Tunneling G Borgonovo
381
PreExcavation Grouting Through WaterBearing Zone Under High
396
ProgramWide Geolnstrumentation Monitoring for the MTA East Side
407
Innovations in Underground Construction
417
Innovations in Underground Communication Infrastructures
466
Los Angeles Metro Gold Line Eastside ExtensionTunnel Construction
472
Mega Projects
495
The KensicoCity Tunnel Will Add Reliability to New York Citys Water
520
Tunneling for the Eastlink Project Melbourne Australia
534
Water Tunnel in Liaoning Province Northeast China
551
New and Future Projects I
563
Durban Harbour TunnelFirst Use of a Slurry Tunnel Boring Machine
579
Joint Water Pollution Control Plant Tunnel and Ocean Outfall Project
594
New York Citys Harbor Siphons Water Tunnel Michael S Schultz
605
Preliminary Design of the Caldecott Fourth Bore Bhaskar B Thapa
616
Upper Rouge Tunnel CSO Control Wernping Chen Mirza M Rabbaig
627
New and Future Projects II
637
The Lake Mead Intake 3 Water Tunnel and Pumping Station Las Vegas
647
Moving Forward on New Yorks Second Avenue Subway Anil Parikh
663
Slurry Shield Tunneling in PortlandWest Side CSO Tunnel Project
830
Soft Ground Tunneling Issues Handled by PartneringA WinWin
843
Comparing Three
852
Rock Tunneling Project Case Histories
869
DesignBuild of the Lake Hodges to Olivenhain Pipeline Tunnel
882
An Innovative Approach to Tunneling in the Swelling Queenston
901
Urban Blasting Essential to ScheduleDriven West Area CSO Tunnel
913
Sequential Excavation Methods
927
Construction of the C710 Beacon Hill Station Using SEM in Seattle
943
Evaluation of Large Tunnels in Poor GroundAlternative Tunnel
964
Monitoring Successful NATM in Singapore K Zeidler T Schwind
976
NATM Through Clean SandsThe Michigan Street Experience
988
Overcoming Challenges in the Construction of the Dublin Port Tunnel
998
Shafts and OutfallsDesign and Construction
1011
Design Risk Mitigations for Contract CQ028 of the East Side Access
1023
Development of Slurry Wall Technique and Equipment and CSM Cutter
1031
Drop Shafts for Narragansett Bay Commission CSO Abatement Program
1047
Shaft Construction in Toronto Using Slurry Walls Vince Luongo
1058
The Relationship Between Tunnel Convergence and Machine
1094
Successful Tunneling for Water Tunnel No 3 New York City
1109
Prediction and MachineRock Interaction
1118
Extending the Limits
1131
Tunnel and Shaft Rehabilitation
1143
Heartland Corridor Tunnels Frank P Frandina Michael J Loehr
1152
Arne Fareth Francis Lo Paul S Fisk
1162
Middle Rouge Parkway Interceptor ExtensionA Case History
1172
Rehabilitation of a BrickLined Aqueduct Nikolas Sokol
1181
Tunnel Lining Technology
1191
Seismic Response of Precast Tunnel Linings Gary J E Kramer
1225
SteelFiber Reinforced SelfCompacting Concrete on the San Vicente
1243
Underground Project Case Studies
1261
Index
1321
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