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19.02.2019 | Original Paper | Ausgabe 7/2019

Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment 7/2019

Supporting mechanism and mechanical behavior of a double primary support method for tunnels in broken phyllite under high geo-stress: a case study

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Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment > Ausgabe 7/2019
Autoren:
Ziquan Chen, Chuan He, Guowen Xu, Gaoyu Ma, Wenbo Yang

Abstract

Large squeezing deformation has always been a critical concern in the construction of deep-buried tunnels in soft-weak rock masses. This paper describes a case study on the large deformation mechanism and supporting method of the Maoxian tunnel in Sichuan Province, China, which is located in the core area influenced by the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake and suffered severe large deformation in broken phyllite under high geo-stress. Through a survey on the geological features, the deformation mechanism of surrounding rock and the failure characteristics of supporting structures of the Maoxian tunnel in F1 fault zone were studied. It was found that the occurrence of large deformation was due to the combined action of the high geo-stress and poor self-stability of carbonaceous phyllite. In order to control the squeezing deformation, single and double primary support methods were adopted in succession. A comparative field test was conducted to study their supporting mechanism and mechanical behavior in terms of surrounding rock pressure, internal stress of the steel arch, and axial force and bending moment of the secondary lining. The results revealed that the single primary support method cannot ensure the long-term safety of the tunnel, since many cracks in concrete occurred after about 180 days. The double primary support method, however, was able to control the large deformation and rheological effects of broken phyllite under high geo-stress effectively.

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