Georgios Anagnostou: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2017
|Name||Prof. Dr. Georgios Anagnostou|
Institut für Geotechnik
ETH Zürich, HIL D 12.1
|Telephone||+41 44 633 31 80|
|Department||Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering|
|101-0317-00L||Tunnelling I||3 credits||2G||G. Anagnostou, E. Pimentel|
|Abstract||Basic aspects of design and analysis of underground structures. Conventional tunnel construction methods. Auxiliary measures (ground improvement and drainage, forepoling, face reinforcement). Numerical analysis methods.|
|Objective||Basic aspects of design and analysis of underground structures. Conventional tunnel construction methods. Auxiliary measures (ground improvement and drainage, forepoling, face reinforcement). Numerical analysis methods.|
|Content||Numerical analysis methods in tunnelling. |
Conventional excavation methods (full face, top heading and bench, side drift method, ...)
- Jet grouting
- Ground freezing
- Face reinforcement
|101-0329-00L||Tunnelling III||4 credits||2G||G. Anagnostou, E. Pimentel, M. Ramoni|
|Abstract||Deepen the knowledge on selected topics of underground construction as well as learning working out conceptual solutions of complex problems.|
|Objective||Lecture: Deepen the knowledge on selected topics of underground construction.|
Exercises: Conceptual solutions of complex problems.
|Content||Caverns: Geometry, construction methods, support.|
Shafts: Construction methods, support.
Urban tunnelling: Boundary conditions, system choice, alignement, design.
Field measurements: Principles, monitoring layout, applications, interpretation.
Cut and cover tunnels: Modelling, design.
Exercising conceptual solution of complex tunnelling problems based upon discussion of current tunnel cases with particularly demanding problems in small groups.
|Prerequisites / Notice||Prerequisite: BSc course "Tunnelling", MSc courses "Tunnelling I" and "Tunnelling II".|
|101-1387-00L||Colloquia in Geotechnics||0 credits||A. Puzrin, G. Anagnostou, I. Anastasopoulos|
|Abstract||The Institute for Geotechnical Engineering invites distinguished speakers from research and practice, nationally and internationally. The colloquia are directed towards staff and students from Universities as well as engineers and scientists working in industry. Details can be obtained from www.igt.ethz.ch by following Events & Public Events. Some colloquia are available via webcast.|
|Objective||Learn about recent research results in geotechnics.|