Structural Responses of Secondary Lining of High-Speed Railway Tunnel Excavated in Loess Ground

@article{Zhang2013StructuralRO,
  title={Structural Responses of Secondary Lining of High-Speed Railway Tunnel Excavated in Loess Ground},
  author={Dingli Zhang and Qian Fang and Pengfei Li and Louis Ngai Yuen Wong},
  journal={Advances in Structural Engineering},
  year={2013},
  volume={16},
  pages={1371 - 1379}
}
To systematically study the mechanical properties and structural responses of the secondary lining for high-speed railway tunnels excavated in loess ground, on-site monitoring was performed to measure the contact pressure between the primary lining and secondary lining. It is found that the contact pressure reaches its first peak value when the tunnel formwork carriage is removed. The load acting on secondary lining is in the form of deformation pressure, which is different from the loose… CONTINUE READING

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