Influence of Small, Clear Distance Cross-Tunnel Blasting Excavation on Existing Tunnel below
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|Publié dans:||Advances in Civil Engineering, 2019, v. 2019|
The vibration effect generated during tunnel excavation can influence or damage adjacent tunnels. Studying and controlling the blasting vibration effect has important theoretical and practical significance, especially for new tunnels. This paper takes the tunnel project of Gao Jiu Lu-Jia Hua Cross Tunnel in Chongqing as the research background and assesses the blasting vibration influence in the up-down cross-tunnel. Onsite monitoring and numerical simulation were used to analyze peak particle velocity (PPV) changes, stress distribution, and crown settlement during the excavation process of Gao Jiu Lu I Tunnel at Jia Hua Tunnel Left Line in the cross-section. Influence laws of blasting excavation in a small, clear distance cross-tunnel on an existing tunnel below were obtained. Results show that new tunnel blasting vibrations exerted the largest influence on the crown of the existing tunnel below in the cross-section. The maximum tensile stress of the secondary lining of the existing tunnel below was mainly concentrated in the crown area. The maximum compressive stress during excavation was concentrated in the crown foot, and the stress value was less than the tensile and compressive strength of the concrete. The loosening of the surrounding rock from blasting excavation of the new tunnel caused secondary settlement of the existing tunnel crown below. The cumulative settlement value at the cross-section of the two tunnels was the largest. With an increase in axial distance from the cross-section of the existing tunnel crown, the settlement value gradually declined and became stable. These research results have reference value for the construction of a small, clear distance cross-tunnel and provide theoretical guidance for similar tunnel excavation projects in the future.
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