INTERPRETATION OF MEASUREMENTS WITH THE AID OF COMPUTATIONAL MODELS

The following papers were presented at this session of the proceedings. Long term measurements in underground openings and their interpretation with special consideration to the rheological behaviour of the rock (Lombardi, G); Interpretation of field measurements in undersea tunnels with the aid of mathematical models (Sakurai, S); A contribution to the common application of field measurements and the finite element method (Dolezalova, M); Interpretation of in-situ deformational behavior of a rectangular test shaft using finite element method (Chan, SSM and Beus, MJ); Consideration of natural stresses in the rock massif and the technology of construction with respect to the calculation of underground opening by means of the finite element method (Christov, T and Iliev, S); Instrumentation of a tunnel in extremely bad ground and interpretation of the measurements (Meister, D and Wallner, M); Forecast and measurement of the behaviour of rock masses during underground excavation works (Hibino, S, Hayashi, M, Kanagawa, T and Motojima, M); experimental investigation of room and pillar coal mining in the eastern United States (Langland, RT); Rockmeter deformations at the Emosson Arch Dam. Comparison between computation and measurements (Bossoney, C); Re-Calculation of stress analysis of a rock face based on results of direct measurements (Socha, K); Interpretation of flat jack tests and field measurements in tunnels by means of finite element analyses (Wittke, W). /TRRL/

  • Supplemental Notes:
    • Proceedings of the International Symposium on Field Measurements in Rock Mechanics, Volume 2, Zurich, April 4-6, 1979.
  • Corporate Authors:

    AA Balkema

    99 Main Street
    Salem, NH  United States  03079
  • Publication Date: 1979

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  • Accession Number: 00302913
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: Transport Research Laboratory
  • Files: ITRD, TRIS
  • Created Date: Dec 29 1979 12:00AM