”Recent advancement of computational methods for tunneling and underground construction”

The Introduction of the Special Issue

The aim of this special issue is to introduce the latest development of computational methods and their applications in tunneling and underground space engineering.

We develop this special issue around the theme of computational methods for tunneling and underground construction to highlight the critical importance of these topics for ongoing progress in geotechnical engineering.

In particular, it showcases the advantages, characteristics, and shortcomings of these computational methods in solving problems of tunneling and underground space engineering. All included papers will be contributed by the domain experts in the corresponding filed, which could provide guidelines for the potential users of these new computational methods and prospects of further development of computational methods for tunneling and underground space engineering.

JAESER is now accepting manuscripts for a special issue on Recent advancement of computational methods for tunneling and underground construction.

The Research Scope of the Special Issue

  • the numerical assessment of the stability  of tunnels and other underground structure
  • computational simulation and monitoring in mechanized tunneling
  • numerical modeling and design of retaining structures
  • optimizing of numerical methods for geotechnical engineering 
  • constitutive modeling and parameter selection of soft soils 
  • back analysis and inverse problems
  • pipe jacking three dimensional simulation

Submission Guideline

 

Important Dates:31, October, 2020.


Lead Guest editor:

Jianyong Han, Lecturer

Shandong Jianzhu University, School of Civil Engineering

Email: hanjianyong19@sdjzu.edu.cn

 

Guest editor:

Yue Zhao, Research Assistant

Shandong Academy of Sciences

Email: zhyue_1991@126.com