Usage of Empirical-Statical-Dynamical (ESD) method for data extrapolation in Tunnel Construction
University Ss. Cyril and Methodius in Skopje, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Partizanski odredi 24, 1000 Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
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This article describes a methodology that shows how it is possible to integrate all these approaches in a problem for extrapolation of the parameters for hydrotechical tunnels. During the design process for tunnels in hydrotechics, one of the main problems is how to extrapolate the deformability and shear strentgh rock mass parameters from the zone of testing to the whole area (volume) of interes for interaction analyses between structure abd natural environments. Computers development in recent decades has contributed to the development of numerical calculation method in rock mechanics which enabled new and wider possibilities of stress and deformation calculation. This had significantly stimulated the development of rock mechanics and tunneling as scientific and technical discipline as well as the wider application of research results into practice.
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