Ground freezing 91 proceedings of the sixth International Symposium on Ground Freezing, Beijing, 10-12 September 1991 by International Symposium on Ground Freezing. (6th 1991 Beijing, China)

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  • Engineering -- Cold weather conditions -- Congresses.,
  • Frozen ground -- Congresses.,
  • Soil freezing -- Congresses.

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Statementedited by Yu Xiang & Wang Changsheng.
ContributionsHsiang, Yü, 232-202 B.C., Changsheng, Wang
LC ClassificationsTA713 I57 1991
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20926024M
ISBN 109054100168, 9054100176, 9054100184

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ground water. Confining conversion products to the process area requires a robust containment system. One of the groundwater control technologies that Shell has pursued is the ground freezing process (Fowler and Vinegar, ). The circulation of coolant through tightly spaced subsurface pipes causes the formation water to freeze and plug off.

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Ground freezing (also known as soil freezing) is a comprehensive alternative to other shoring methods and is especially applicable for projects involving soil nailing, soldier piles and lagging, sheet piles, caissons, slurry walls, or secant piles. More than half of the land in the Northern Hemisphere has some seasonally frozen ground.

Permafrost is a type of frozen ground that stays at or below 0° Celsius (32° Fahrenheit) for at least two years. Permafrost does not have to contain water or ice. As long as the temperature of the ground stays below freezing, it is still considered frozen.

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Dash. Chang-Yu Ou et al.: Performance and Analysis of Artificial Ground Freezing in the Shield Tunneling 29 Manuscript received February 9, ; revised Ap ; ac-cepted Ap 1 Professor (corresponding author), Department of Construction Engineering, National Taiwan University of.

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