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Rock grouting technology for reducing groundwater inflow in deep underground

Tsuji, Masakuni*; Ikeda, Koki; Mikake, Shinichiro ; Matsui, Hiroya 

We have recently conducted pre- and post-grouting works at a gallery in 500m depth of MIU. The groundwater pressure was maximum 4.0MPa. As a result, water ingress was reduced to a one-hundredth of an assumed amount with no grouting were performed, which is reduction from approx. Moreover, after a later post-grouting work repeated in the most wet section of the relevant gallery, all dripping spots turned out to be lower than 1 L/min. Especially for the post-grouting technologies, three new concepts were demonstrated and found to be effective; which is the Colloidal silica grout for a new material, Complex dynamic grouting method for a new injection method, and sealing outer area of pre-grouted zones for a new grouting area as design concepts.



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