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Handbook of Tunnel Engineering II

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In new construction and major refurbishments, the standard track spacing in straights and curves should be exactly 4.While in the past each bore was often laid out with two lanes without a hard shoulder, the changing composition of the traffic and ever increasing traffic loading will also demand three lanes without hard shoulder, and in exceptional cases even three lanes with a hard shoulder.This Volume II devotes its first chapters to the fundamentals of design, aspects of engineering geology, structural verifications and instrumentation for monitoring with the intention of providing a clear classification of the known theoretical and practical methods.
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The various construction processes and characteristic cross-sections are described in more detail in Chapter 7 of volume 1.The design of the cross-section of road tunnels has to consider road traffic aspects, operational equipment and the tunnel structure. Rescue areas and access roads.The following guidelines are applicable for all new design and design revisions for underground railway and underground tramlines: The total width of the clearance gauge is the sum of the widths of the side safety margins, the carriageway, the verges and any additional lanes (for example hard shoulders) (Fig. A Short History of the Middle East Most of the tunnels that are still in operation were built in the years 1860 to 1880.The cross-section of a rail tunnel for express traffic only differs from that for high-speed travel in the specified dimensions according to the guideline detail.

Road tunnels with two-way traffic and those with one-way traffic are fundamentally different.The reduced form of special cross-section 26 Tr should only be considered for tunnels to be driven with shield machines. This choice then influences further parameters of cross-section design but not the total area of the cross-section.The dimensions of the tunnel cross-section derive from the size of a standard bus. Therese von Bayern Uwe von Diecken for the overall leadership of the group.KG The publisher has assisted me greatly with this volume by looking through the manuscript critically, suggesting improvements and have also presented the work excellently.

The clearance gauge denotes the space for the road cross-section, which has to be kept clear of obstructions.Emergency pavements are provided on each side of the carriageway, which are 1. The outline of the clearance gauge includes areas solely reserved for traffic.The safety space must be at least 2. Happy Hashimoto S-Bahn tunnels can have either round, vaulted or rectangular cross-sections.The following section describes some important design principles from this guideline.