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Double-shield tunnel boring machine

double-shield tunnel boring machine
double-shield tunnel boring machine
double-shield tunnel boring machine
double-shield tunnel boring machine
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Water-pressure Shield Machines These shield machines offer safe construction especially in a high water-pressure environment, such as under rivers and oceans, as well as deep underground. As they require a small amount of power for excavation and feature less wear of the cutter, they are also suitable to construct long-distance and large-diameter tunnels. They pressure mud water, treated according to soil types, and supply water in the cutterhead chamber by the slurry pump and stabilizes the face by counteracting face water and mud pressure. Excavated earth is transported to the ground in the fluid form through waste sludge exhaust pipes, and then it is treated in the muddy water treatment plant and separated into earth and water. Other shield technologies Based on the slurry shield and water pressure shield machines, Komatsu supplies a variety of forms of application-specific TBMs by incorporating special technologies. These TBMs include models for use in long-distance construction, sharp-curve construction, simultaneous construction, which performs boring and segment assembly at the same time, rectangular shield, underground-junction shield, and master-slave shield. TBMs (for bedrock) These TBMs are designed to excavate bedrock for construction of tunnels in the mountains. They don't create mud or water pressure in front of the cutterhead, as they break bedrock by their disc cutters. Their models include open-type, double-shield type and inclined shaft TBMs.

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