Cases of swelling in tunnels excavated through Triassic sulphate-bearing rocks from the Gipskeuper and the Anhydritgruppe are presented and discussed in this series of papers in order to gain a better understanding of the expansive phenomena in these materials and to identify the most relevant ones. Part I deals with main features of swelling in tunnels and
alternative supports designs for their control an mitigation, as well as with the phenomenology of swelling in tunnels from Baden-Württemberg (Germany) excavated through the Gipskeuper.
CitationBerdugo, I. [et al.]. Tunnelling and swelling in triassic sulphate–bearing rocks: part I: case studies from Baden–Württemberg. "Epsilon", Juny 2009, núm. 12, p. 13-37.
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