Fathoni, M.Rais (2014) PEMODELAN PEMASANGAN PENYANGGA SEMENTARA MENGGUNAKAN PERANGKAT LUNAK PHASE 2 PADA HEADRACE TUNNEL CHAINAGE 155 M – 265 M DI PLTA TULIS KABUPATEN BANJARNEGARA, JAWA TENGAH. Undergraduate thesis, Diponegoro University.
The tunnel is a copy below the ground or mountains. The tunnel was built aims to ensure a continuity of a system in the form of the transfer or objects from one place to another. Tulis Hydro Power Station is located in the Village Sokaraja, District Pagentan, Banjarnegara regency, Central Java. In the construction of Tulis Hydropower, made headrace tunnel that serves as a time tunnel leading Merawu upstream dam plan Maung. In the construction of the tunnel, it is necessary as an alternative modeling in analysis and evaluation. Finite element method is a numerical solution method, which in geomechanics used to determine the stress field and the displacement of rock mass modulus of elasticity or deformation if known by the behavior of the rock mass deformation is applied. Phase software program is a program designed for the purpose 2D finite element analysis of the process of excavation. Rock mass displacement in the tunnel was calculated using a software program Phase2. Meanwhile, as a supporter of the parameter values used to obtain the required form Roclab software. The parameters used in the calculation include the tunnel geometry, boundary conditions, the main stress on the tunnel, geological conditions, the material around the tunnel, physical and mechanical properties of rocks, rock strength parameters that include the type material and the failure criteria, the installation of a tunnel support along the physical and mechanical properties of the tunnel support . Tunnel support systems were installed in the tunnel includes rockbolt, wire mesh and steel support. While the installation of a tunnel support modeling used in the form rockbolt, shotcrete and liner. Determination of a tunnel support combinations based on the values and classes that are the result RMR rock mass classification. Simulation results show the total displacement of the excavation to be done after the installation of the a tunnel support is as follows: 1. Simulation results chainage 198 m to the rock mass class IIIb, elastic material types for m 0.0117161 - 0.0113736 m 2. Simulation results chainage 205 m to the rock mass class IIIa, elastic material types for m 0.0122892 - 0.0119034 m 3. Simulation results chainage 230 m to the rock mass class IIa, elastic material types for m 0.0119481 - 0.0116411 m 4. Simulation results chainage 250 m to the rock mass class IIb, elastic material types for m 0.0103595 - 0.0100815 m Based on the fourth simulation results show the number of damaged elements ranging from 8 to 23 damaged elements. The simulation results based on the finite element indicates stability can be said to be stable tunnel. Keywords: Tunnel, Simulation Installation Tunnel Support, Tunnel Support System Stability.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Undergraduate)|
|Subjects:||Q Science > QE Geology|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Engineering > Department of Geological Engineering|
Faculty of Engineering > Department of Geological Engineering
|Deposited By:||Mr Geologi Undip|
|Deposited On:||10 Jul 2014 10:26|
|Last Modified:||10 Jul 2014 10:26|
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