Essays about: "grouting pressures"

Found 3 essays containing the words grouting pressures.

  1. 1. Evaluation of high pressures in grouting using RTGC - a case study

    University essay from KTH/Jord- och bergmekanik

    Author : Simon Nikolaev; [2015]
    Keywords : grouting; grouting pressures; tunnelling project; RTGC-theory; injektering; injekteringstryck; tunnelprojekt; RTGC-teorin;

    Abstract : “Real time grouting control method” är ett koncept för att övervaka och bedöma spridningen av injekteringsbruk under injektering. Målet är att kunna använda penetrationsavstånd som stopkriterium och att kunna övervaka hur injekteringsarbetet fortskrider i realtid, vilket skulle göra injekteringsarbetet mer tids- och kostnadseffektivt. READ MORE

  2. 2. Evaluating and Comparing of Three Penetrability Measuring Devices : Modified Filter Pump, Modified Penetrability Meter, and Short Slot

    University essay from KTH/Jord- och bergmekanik; KTH/Jord- och bergmekanik

    Author : Saman Ali Akbar; Manar Al-Naddaf; [2015]
    Keywords : grouting; penetrability; filtration; fitter pump; penetrability meter; short slot; cement-based grout;

    Abstract : Rock grouting is a commonly used process for sealing rocks in tunnels to reduce water ingress. In order to achieve sufficient sealing level the grout must effectively penetrate into rock fractures while the limiting factor is filtration of cement based grout. READ MORE

  3. 3. Evaluation of a concrete plug : From the Dome Plug Experiment DOMPLU at Äspö HRL

    University essay from KTH/Betongbyggnad

    Author : Anders Kristiansson; [2014]
    Keywords : DOMPLU; DOPAS; concrete plug; KBS-3V; measurement; full scale test; SKB; nuclear waste repository; DOMPLU; DOPAS; betongplugg; KBS-3V; mätningar; fullskaleförsök; SKB; kärnavfallsförvaring;

    Abstract : In SKB’s Äspö Hard Rock Laboratory (HRL) a full scale test of a concrete plug,part of a sealing structure for the depository of spent nuclear fuel, has been carriedout. The aim of this thesis is to evaluate the behavior of the concrete plug and howit corresponds to assumptions made during the design. READ MORE