Construcción de túneles. Bibliografía

Bibliografía empleada en la elaboración de la serie de post sobre construcción de túneles que iremos publicando en las próximas semanas:

  1. A code of Practice for Risk Management of Tunnel Works. ITIG, 2005.
  2. American Society of Civil Engineers 1997. Geotechnical Baseline Reports for Underground Construction, Guidelines and Practices. Geotechnical Reports of the Underground Technology Research Council.
  3. Atkins W.S; The Risk to Third Parties from Bored Tunnelling in Soft Ground. HSE, 2006.
  4. Bairaktaris et al, Detection and Assessment of Seismic Damage in Reinforced Concrete, Transportation, Primary Tunnel Linings.
  5. Best Practice Guideline #A5, Managing Construction Procurement Risk. CIDB, 2004.
  6. Bhalla S. et al; Structural Health Monitoring of underground Facilities; Technological Issues and Challenges; TUST20:2005.
  7. Bilfinger W; Design Procedures for Groundwater loads on Tunnel Linings.
  8. British Standards Institution, BS6164:2001, Code of Practice for Safety in Tunnelling in the Construction Industry.
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  10. Claudio Oggeri-Gunnar Ova; Quality in Tunnelling: ITA-AITES WG16. Final Report, 2004.
  11. Code of Practice for Safety in Tunnelling in The Construction Industry. BS6164 , 2001.
  12. D. Inaudi et al, Geo-Structural Monitoring with Long-gage Interferometic Sensors, 2000 (SOFO)
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  14. Decker, J.B. and Dove, J.E; Laser Scanning Techniques in Devie´s Slide Tunnels. ARMA, 2008.
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  16. Donald R. Lamont; Occupational Health Safety Risk Management in Tunnel Works.
  17. Draft Code of Practice; Tunnels Under Construction; NSW, 2006.
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  19. Einstein H.H.; Uncertainty in Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering. Then and Now.
  20. Elliot, D., Letza S.R., McGuiness, M. and Snallman, C. (2000). Governance, control and operational risk: the Turnbill effect. Syllabus. Crisis Management, NIMBAS University, Utrecht.
  21. Essex R. J, Geotechnical Baseline Reports for Underground Construction, Guidelines and Practices; ASCE 1997.
  22. ETWB (2005b), Geotechnical Control for Tunnel Works.
  23. Feigenbaum Total Quality Control, New York, Mc Graw-Hill 1983.
  24. FIDIC: Conditions of Contract for Design-Build ant Turnkey, Parts I and II, Fist Edition, 1995.
  25. Frank, R. 2002. Development and future of Eurocode 7 – Geotechnical desing. In Proc. Int. Workshop on Foundation Design Codes and Soil Investigation in view of International Harmonization and Performance Based Design, 51-58, Tokyo.
  26. GEO Technical Guidance Note nº (TGN25), Geotechnical Risk Management for Tunnel Works.
  27. Geoffrey D. Toll; Geo-Engineering Data: Representation and Standardisation Durham University U.K.
  28. Harvey W. Parker. Environmental Issuesard Benefits of Tunnels and Underground space; Workshop on Safety in Tunnels and Underground Structures, Riyadh nov. 2006.
  29. Harvey W. Parker; Planning and Site Investigation in Tunnelling.
  30. Hoek E. – Palmeiri A, Geotechnical Risks on Large Civil Engineering Projects, 1998.
  31. Hoek E.: A discussion on acceptable criteria for temporary support and final lining of large span transportation tunnels in poor rock. – Vancouver, March 1999.
  32. Institution of Civil Engineers, 2000, Geophysics for Civil Engineer: An Introduction, Thomas Telford, London.
  33. Institution of Civil Engineers, 2001, Inadequate Site Investigation, Ground Board, Thomas Telford, London. ITA Guidelines for Tunnelling Risk Management; WG2 2002.
  34. ITA Recommendations on Contractual Sharing of Risks; Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology, Vil. 3, 5 y 7, 1988 a 1992.
  35. ITA: ITA Recommendations on Contractual Sharing of Risks.Tunneling and Underground Space Technology, Vol. 3, 5 and 7, 1988 to 1992.
  36. ITIG (2005), A code of Practice for Risk Management of Tunnel Works.
  37. Jones, A.L., Kramer, S.L. & Arduino, P. 2002. Estimation of uncertainty in geotechnical properties for performance-based earthquake engineering. PEER Report 2002/16, Pacific Earthquake Enginnering Research Center, University of California, Berkeley.
  38. Jung-Ryul Kimetal; Integrated Tunnel Monitoring System using wireless automated data collection technology.
  39. K. Széchy. The art of tunneling.
  40. Kauvadas M.J; Monitoring and modeling ground deformations during tunneling. 11th FIG Symposium on deformation measurements, Santorini, Greece, 2003.
  41. Kenichi Soga; SMART INFRASTRUCTURE, Monitoring And Assessment Of Civil Engineering Infrastructure, UN. Cambridge.
  42. Khoury G.A; Common SAFET|UPTUN Safety Philosophy Leading to the Global Approach to Tunnel Safety.
  43. King J. The 2000 Harding Lecture; A century of Tunnelling and Where We go Now.
  44. Kleberger I. Pösch, Geotechnical Risk in Rock Mass Characterisation; A concept 2004. Kwon S. W. et al; Developement of Wireless vibration sensor using MEMS for tunnel construction and maintenance: TUST V21 May-July 2006.
  45. Kulhawy, F.H. & Phoon, K.K. 1996. Engineering judgment in the evolution from deterministic to reliability-based foundation design. In Uncertainty in the Geologic Environment – From Theory to Practice (GSP 58), ASCE:29-48, New York.
  46. Kulhawy, F.H. & Phoon, K.K. 2002. Observations on geotechnical reliability-based design development in North America. In Proc. Int. Workshop on Foundation Design Codes & Soil Investigation in view of International Harmonization & Performance Based Design, 31-48, Tokyo.
  47. Kulhawy, F.H. & Trautmann, C.H. 1996. Estimation of in-situ test uncertainty. In Uncertainty in the Geologic Environment – From Theory to Practice (GSP 58), ASCE: 269 – 286, New York.
  48. Lance Anderson, The risk to third parties from bored tunneling in soft ground; HSE 2006.
  49. Lee Y.J. – Bassett R.H. Application of a photogrammetic technique to a model tunnel; TUST V21, ISSUES. January 2006. Pág. 79-95.
  50. Leender A.Van Geldermalsen, Environmental Aspects in Tunnel Design, FIS. Prague, 2004.
  51. McCann et al, 1997, Setting the Standard for Geophysical Surveys in Site Investigation, in: McCann et al (ed.), Modern Geophysics in Engineering Geology, Geological Society Engineering Geology Special Publication No. 12.
  52. Mohamed A. Shahin et al; State of The Art of Artificial Neural Networks in Geotechnical Engineering; EIGE Bouquet 08. Nakait et al; Deformation Monitoring of large tunnel wall under construction by digital photogrammety measurement at Ritto Tunnel. 2003.
  53. Molag M. et al; Risk assessment guidelines for tunnels; 2º International Symposium Lausanne (2006).
  54. Nicholson et al, The observational Method in Ground Engineering: Principles and Applications, (CIRIA Report nº 185, 1999).
  55. Nilsson B. et al; Uncertainty in Geological and Hydrogeological data, 2006.
  56. Observational Methods and NATM; CIRIA 1997, EURCODE 7-BS 1995.
  57. Ohnishi Yuzo et al; Study on digital Photogrammety for monitoring system of deformation in tunnel.
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  62. Prof. Hehna ZHU, Dr. Xiaojun LI, Tungji University Shanghai, Digital Tunnelling.
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  65. Rinske Van Gosliga et al, Deformation Analysis of a Bored Tunnel by Means of Terrestrial Laser Scanning, 2007.
  66. Risk Management un Tunnelling; British Code of Practice, 2003.
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  68. Schubert W. et al, Consistent Excavation and Support Determination for the Design and Construction of Tunnels, Felsbau (oct. 2001)
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  70. Sivaran M.S.L. Cheekiralla; Massachusetts institute of technology, 2004.
  71. Søren Degn Eskesen; ITA-Waterproofing for Urban Underground Works, Hanoi 2008.
  72. Sou-Sen Leu and Shin-lin Chang. Digital image processing based approach for tunnel excavation faces.
  73. Sou-Sen Leu and Shiu-lin Chang; Digital image processing based approach for tunnel excavation faces.
  74. Stacey, T.R. Terbrugge. P.J. and Wesseloo, J. (2006) Risk as a rock engineering design criterion. Proceedings of Deep and High Stress Mining, 2006.
  75. The International Tunnelling Insurance Group, A code of Practice for Risk Management of Tunnel Works, ITIG 2006.
  76. The Joint Code of Practice for Risk Management of Tunnel Works in the UK, ABI-BTS 2005, britishtunnelling.org. Tonor F.Kottenstette J.T.; Laser and Photogrammetic methods for rock face characterization, ARMA 2006.
  77. TUNCONSTRUCT Project; tunconstruct.org
  78. US Army Corps of Engineers, 1999, An Overview of Probabilistic Analysis for Geotechnical Problems, ETL 1110-2-556.
  79. Us Army of Engineers 1999, An Overview of Probabilistic Analysis for Geotechnical Problems ETL110-2-556.
  80. Van Staveren M. Th, Extending to Geotechnical Risk Management ISGSR 2007.
  81. Van Staveren, M. Th. (2006). Uncertainty and ground conditions: a risk management approach. Butterworth Heinemann, Oxford.
  82. Van Staveren, M. Th. (2007). Geo risk management: a new engineering education approach. Proc. 2nd Int. Conference World of Construction Project Management. Delft, The Netherlands, 23-25 May (in press).
  83. Van Staveren, M. Th. and van der Meer, M.T. (2007) Educating geotechnical risk management. Proc. 1 st Int. Symposium on Geotechical Safety and Risk. Shangai, China, 1819 October (in press).
  84. Wattimena Ridho K, New Austrian Tunnelling Method (NATM), Laboratory of Geomechanics Institute Technology Banding.
  85. Winston K.G. Seah and G.H. Tan; Wireless multihop networks realtime monitoring.
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  87. Xiaojun Li and Hehua Zhu; Digital tunnel and HS Application in an Undersea Tunnel.

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