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The Tiny Vibration of Structure Induced by Tunnelling Blasting

Author: LiuXiaoLiang
Tutor: ChenWenHua
School: Beijing Jiaotong University
Course: Bridge and Tunnel Engineering
Keywords: tunnel construction blasting vibration structure
CLC: TU435
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2008
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At present, along with development of underground engineering, Blasting technology is used in more and more projects, including tunnels and subways. Because the drilling and blasting way is a economical, fast and efficient construction method, most of tunnels are excavated by using drilling and blasting which can cause the destruction of ground building along waves. This thesis, by numerical simulation, finds some laws of waves to the ground biuldings. The ANSYS is uesed by this thesis. It is a modeling program, by which the model is finished, and boundary conditions are loaded. The analysis program is LS-DYNA , which is used for calculating with the key words that is created by ANSYS. The LSDYNA-LSPREPOSTD is the later program, which can transform data to noline curve. The thesis researchs the acceleration, the velocity and displacement of ground biulding, due to waves of blasting, and study five different styles, viz: the waves of blasting effect to ground biulding in the pebbles and broken stone layer; the waves of blasting effect to ground biulding in the different layer; the waves of delay blasting effect to ground biulding in the pebbles and broken stone layer; the waves of blasting effect to ground high biulding in the pebbles and broken stone layer; the waves of deeper tunnel blasting effect to ground biulding in the pebbles and broken stone layer. At last, the thesis obtains the result and the law that variational acceleratin,velocity and displacement are induced by tunnelling blasting. The thesis has some meaning for some cities tunnel construction that base on bedrock for rock, for example Qingdao and Chongqing.

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