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Author Li, Cangsong, 1971- author.

Title Groundwater chemical kinetics and fractal characteristics of karst tunnel / Cangsong Li, Jianfang Ding, Yankai Liao, Song Lu
Published Singapore : Springer, [2020]


Description 1 online resource (xxiii, 245 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents Introduction -- Analysis of Environmental Factors Influencing the Karst Dynamics System of Tunnel in Typical Area -- Dynamic Characteristics of Groundwater and Hydrochemical Dynamics in Karst Tunnel -- Karst Morphology and Its Fractal Characteristics Revealed by Tunnel Excavation -- Experimental Study on the Dissolution Mechanism of Rock under the Condition of Tunnel Excavation -- Correlation between Fractal Characteristics of Karst Morphology and Hydrochemical Dynamics -- Hydrochemical Kinetics-Fractal Index Evaluation of Karst Development Degree
Summary The key to the solution of geological hazards such as Karst water inrush and mud burst in tunnel lies in the accurate prediction or detection of Karst and groundwater. By means of on-site monitoring, theoretical analysis and indoor simulation experiments, the authors conduct in-depth research on the characteristics of water-bearing media and their mechanism of action, and explored the relevance of "Karst morphology", "Karst groundwater" and "fractal characteristics". An evaluation model of Karst development degree based on hydrochemical kinetic parameters and fractal index of Karst morphology is established. Based on the combination of Karst groundwater dynamics, hydrochemistry, water-rock interaction theory and fractal theory, the hydrochemical Kinetics and fractal index evaluation technique for Karst development is proposed. It provides a new theory and method for improving the accuracy of Karst and groundwater forecasting. The research results are of practical and guiding significance to the construction, Karst geological disasters prevention and management of various underground projects in Karst areas. Engineers and technicians, hydrogeological engineering geologists, and college students engaged in tunnel and underground engineering will find it valuable
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed November 19, 2019)
Subject Hydrology, Karst.
Hydrology, Karst
Form Electronic book
Author Ding, Jianfang, author
Liao, Yankai, author
Lu, Song, author
ISBN 9789811399534