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Finite element analysis of short-term and long-term building response to tunnelling

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Tunnelling in urban areas causes short-term and long-term ground movements under existing buildings. Finite element analysis provides a useful option for assessing the likely extent of damage induced in these buildings. Although finite element analysis is suggested to be used in the later phases of the building damage assessment procedures employed in practice, only the effect of short-term ground movements is typically considered and there are no detailed guidelines on the specification a...

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University of Oxford

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Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford
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Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Imperial College London
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Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford
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Wing Nam Yiu
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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