Clogging phenomena and water carrying capacity of a tunnel drainage system

In Mo Lee, S. H. You, L. N. Park

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Abstract

The clogging phenomena of geotextile filters located between the ground composed of residual soils and the lining of a tunnel were studied in this paper. The in-place flow characteristics of two typical weathered residual soils in Korea - Shinnae-dong soil and Poi-dong soil - through the filters were determined with varying normal stresses applied on the filters and with various hydraulic gradient conditions. The effect of the ratio of the effective pore size of geotextile to the particle size of base soil on the clogging phenomena was studied and clogging criteria for the in-plane flow of the residual soils through geotextile filters were proposed. Finally, the water carrying capacity of a tunnel drainage system was assessed with the consideration of clogging phenomena.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationChallenges for the 21st Century. Proceedings of the World Tunnel Congress '99, Oslo, June 1999. (2 vols).
EditorsT. Alten, L. Backer, P. Bollingmo, E. Broch, K. Holmoy, K.G. Holter, K. Nielsen, T. Alten, L. Backer, P. Bollingmo, E. Broch, K. Holmoy, K.G. Holter, K. Nielsen
PublisherA.A.Balkema
Pages393-397
Number of pages5
ISBN (Print)9058090639
Publication statusPublished - 1999 Dec 1
EventProceedings of the World Tunnel Congress '99. Challenges for the 21st Century. - Oslo, Norway
Duration: 2099 May 312099 Jun 3

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OtherProceedings of the World Tunnel Congress '99. Challenges for the 21st Century.
CountryNorway
CityOslo
Period99/5/3199/6/3

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carrying capacity
residual soil
geotextile
tunnel
filter
water
soil
particle size
hydraulics
drainage system

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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Lee, I. M., You, S. H., & Park, L. N. (1999). Clogging phenomena and water carrying capacity of a tunnel drainage system. In T. Alten, L. Backer, P. Bollingmo, E. Broch, K. Holmoy, K. G. Holter, K. Nielsen, T. Alten, L. Backer, P. Bollingmo, E. Broch, K. Holmoy, K. G. Holter, ... K. Nielsen (Eds.), Challenges for the 21st Century. Proceedings of the World Tunnel Congress '99, Oslo, June 1999. (2 vols). (pp. 393-397). A.A.Balkema.

Clogging phenomena and water carrying capacity of a tunnel drainage system. / Lee, In Mo; You, S. H.; Park, L. N.

Challenges for the 21st Century. Proceedings of the World Tunnel Congress '99, Oslo, June 1999. (2 vols).. ed. / T. Alten; L. Backer; P. Bollingmo; E. Broch; K. Holmoy; K.G. Holter; K. Nielsen; T. Alten; L. Backer; P. Bollingmo; E. Broch; K. Holmoy; K.G. Holter; K. Nielsen. A.A.Balkema, 1999. p. 393-397.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Lee, IM, You, SH & Park, LN 1999, Clogging phenomena and water carrying capacity of a tunnel drainage system. in T Alten, L Backer, P Bollingmo, E Broch, K Holmoy, KG Holter, K Nielsen, T Alten, L Backer, P Bollingmo, E Broch, K Holmoy, KG Holter & K Nielsen (eds), Challenges for the 21st Century. Proceedings of the World Tunnel Congress '99, Oslo, June 1999. (2 vols).. A.A.Balkema, pp. 393-397, Proceedings of the World Tunnel Congress '99. Challenges for the 21st Century., Oslo, Norway, 99/5/31.
Lee IM, You SH, Park LN. Clogging phenomena and water carrying capacity of a tunnel drainage system. In Alten T, Backer L, Bollingmo P, Broch E, Holmoy K, Holter KG, Nielsen K, Alten T, Backer L, Bollingmo P, Broch E, Holmoy K, Holter KG, Nielsen K, editors, Challenges for the 21st Century. Proceedings of the World Tunnel Congress '99, Oslo, June 1999. (2 vols).. A.A.Balkema. 1999. p. 393-397
Lee, In Mo ; You, S. H. ; Park, L. N. / Clogging phenomena and water carrying capacity of a tunnel drainage system. Challenges for the 21st Century. Proceedings of the World Tunnel Congress '99, Oslo, June 1999. (2 vols).. editor / T. Alten ; L. Backer ; P. Bollingmo ; E. Broch ; K. Holmoy ; K.G. Holter ; K. Nielsen ; T. Alten ; L. Backer ; P. Bollingmo ; E. Broch ; K. Holmoy ; K.G. Holter ; K. Nielsen. A.A.Balkema, 1999. pp. 393-397
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